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Discussion in 'Music' started by lindapret0186, Sep 9, 2008.
Angel - Aerosmith
Jellyhead (motiv8 mix)
More Than A Feeling - Boston
Because I'm old school-
At the moment, I have on:
This is Michael Giacchino's best work in a while for sure.
Belinda Carlisle - Heaven on Earth
Bad Reputation - Thin Lizzy
Stone Cold Crazy - Queen
Somebody is Watching Me - Rockwell (with Michael Jackson)
Beat It - Michael Jackson
rockin in the free world
back in the ussr
My 2 oldest granddaughters (ages 12 & 8) asked for so I've played:
This weekend Spotify, I believe, played a "listener's best of The Beatles" and the 12yo was devastated that "Hey Jude" wasn't #1 (it was #2 - "A Day in the Life" was #1). That's her absolutely favorite Beatles song. The 8yo prefers "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." Me? It's easier to provide a list of the songs I'm not so hot about - and that's a very short list.
(This is purely subjective).
I don't know if I'm just too tuned out, but I've been noticing that millennials don't seem to have any "rockstars" (or "popstars") they're looking up to. Basically in the sense of they don't see rockstars/popstars as "larger than life", and music is just "background noise" that is nothing special.
I see this in my younger relatives and their friends.
The only millennials who even care about music, seem to be the hardcore musician nerd types who actually play (or write) their own musical instruments. Otherwise it seems to be music doesn't have any gravitas anymore for young people. (For lack of a better description).
I don't know - Ozzy
more than a feeling - boston
heaven and hell - black sabbath
then and now - david cassidy