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    Just K New Member

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    No, I think you are thinking of Marvin Gaye. :D he was actually good. IMO :) Manilow was sort of smaltzy easy listening-type pop. On the same level as Kenny G, Donny Osmond & Abba. If you like that sort then Neil Diamond is actually the King in that category...IMO, again. Of course that is not my thing ;)
     


  2. MoonUnderfoot

    MoonUnderfoot Former Member

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    See, I'm clueless!!
     
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    fred&edna Well-Known Member

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    Nope Marvin Gaye is the Lets get it on guy...I love me some Marvin!

    I am VERY versatile when it comes to music. So much so that it's easier for me to say what I don't like.

    I don't like opera
    I don't like heavy metal
    and I don't like "twangy" country
     
  5. Morning Glory

    Morning Glory What's the story?

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    Love me some Marvin too, his cover of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" is chilling and his album "What's Going On?" is a time-withstanding classic.
     
  6. Justiceforever

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    Not to mention Sexual healing!

    Inner city blues was the shyt!

    I gotta figure out how to upload a video of his music...

    I will...but in the meantime Rest peacefully Marvin!

    Damn shame he was killed by his own fathers hands at the height of his career.

    http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/marvin-gaye-is-shot-and-killed-by-his-own-father
     
  7. Samantha Spade

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    Well, I told my manilow concert story to my husband last night and he said, "are you sure they were women?"

    So, LINative maybe a Barry Manilow concert isnt for you.
     
  8. deedee21

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    I like Manilow. Alot of solo artists and groups from yesteryear are still around. Their music is timeless. Theres 3 generations of people listening to the same. You dont really see any artist of today that will have that same longevity.
     
  9. LINative13

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    I am waiting for Pearl Jam to come back around again.
     
  10. Samantha Spade

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    :tears:
    Moon,
    Your grandparents would most likely know this but just to clue you in on my husband's humor, Barry Manilow has a HUGE fan base in the transvestite community. something I never thought of when I brought poor heterosexual Harry with me to the concert.
     
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    :waitasec: Sorry to hijack your cool music thread with my Manilow story Native.

    I'm moving on.... what's a Pearl Jam?


    :laugh:
     
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    Beady Eye is basically Oasis without the talent. I've heard their first album, and it wasn't bad, but far from anything I'd go back to again and again. Noel Gallagher was the brains behind the operation that was Oasis. I haven't got into his High Flying Birds material much, but I suspect at some point I will. The last Oasis album I thought was listenable is Heathen Chemistry. I didn't enjoy much after that personally. Oasis had one hell of a run. It's just over.
     
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    Here's another 90's gem. More proof that a woman can indeed do anything as well as a man.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH_rfGBwamc"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH_rfGBwamc[/ame]
     
  14. mcme

    mcme Driven away

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    That's funny, here they are, they are great live.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qM0zINtulhM"]Pearl Jam - Alive - YouTube[/ame]
     
  15. Just K

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    My two favorite pearl jam songs are:
    Wishlist
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THnabGK7mPs"]Pearl Jam - Wishlist - YouTube[/ame]
    Last Kiss (a cover of of 1960s smaltzy/sappy song and Eddie Vedder just knew exactly how to make that song perfect.)
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_sEtNrYlC4"]Pearl Jam - Last Kiss - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    HeyyyYY!!! Are you mocking me?! :D

    :couch:
     
  17. Samantha Spade

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    Yes, my little moonbeam. I mean moonfoot.
    But it gave mcme a good laugh. He thought I was serious :)

    My belly is still hurting from your "whats a barry manilo?"
     
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    For some reason (possibly this thread) but I listened to Nirvana all week. "Lounge Act" was played the most I think. That song is so ****ing simple but its got that Nirvana twist to it and Cobains voice is a constant crescendo. Its sick.
     
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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj0KeBxLy9Y"]Nirvana - Lounge Act - YouTube[/ame]




    YUP,IVE SEEN THE LIVE...........NO BIG DEAL
     
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