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Here is a link in case you are interested. It reminded me of that skin-crawling record-filing scene in Diner. I could see too much of myself and a lot of other people I know in both. Pepper as distinctive—after the band really found themselves as songwriters and collaborators, but before they began their obvious disintegration. In this period, John and Album) were both brilliant. I can only point to superficial supporting evidence. But what do you think? With Paul, especially during this middle period, did we miss more than we thought?

But John had a lot of trouble finding how many holes they needed to fill the Albert Hall. He may have thought of it. Paul may have. What I meant about changing my mind about Paul was that I thought he was, compared to John, shallow. So I missed paying attention to him when I could have.

I missed not taking what he said about his first solo album, in the press kit that came with it, where he disparaged the Beatles, more seriously. You heard them, they came across, did you care about authorship? They were a group.

My problem with it has always been the Lennon songs. I view Sgt. Pepper in a similar vein to Citizen Kane. Ambersons moves me in a way Kane never does. Rubber Soul moves me in a way Sgt. Pepper never does. This is a long-winded way of asking: leaving aside the Yellow Submarine soundtrack, is Sgt.

Pepper your least favorite Beatles album? The group was so wonderful that the cheesiness of the album titles and covers really took away from absolutely tremendous songs, one after the other, just making everything else on the radio except Smokey Robinson sound stupid. Start with the endless puns in the title, and the basic claim, that it was soul music, which they made good on, and then the cover, which managed to be threatening and welcoming at the same time.

And the songs—come on! Pepper —it has that same we-can-try-anything-and-get-away-with-it drive. One of my favorites. Just like the late Godfrey Cambridge should have played every dramatic role ever written. But Zuma has more consistent songwriting, and is the purest Neil. And go out with Way Down in the Rust Bucket. The first five tracks of Americana? Who says you have to choose and rank? All concept, no cattle. It convinces me that the stories about shady music business hustlers and con men told by Nik Cohn in Rock From the Beginning were, if anything, too polite.

You can see and hear Exile on Main Street coming round the corner. While it contains some of her greatest songs, I do think it is leaning into becoming more of a brilliant Lizzie Grant record rather than a Lana del Rey record. The sense of vertigo and falling from previous albums is gradually being replaced by a more traditional singer-songwriter approach. I think the commitment to abstraction and drift continues as the foundation of her view of the world.

Accents and points of inflection will change. Some rhythms will not work. Or any particular Scorsese moment? I am always impressed and stirred! Thank you for always sparking new insights into my reading, listening, and viewing habits.

Not exactly a song, but the best music video without music: the first Hitler-in-his-bunker Kiss Army routine in Downfall. What could that have been compensation for? Was it the year they closed the last segregated water fountain or something? The natural replacement stares us so hard in the Waiting For The Day - Erasure - Chorus (Cassette that we might overlook it: Elvis.

The American Studies question I have for you is, besides civil rights figures, what sort of historical figures could represent the South in its entirety?

Who would represent California? Not that would stop me or anyone. But whoever it is would have to embody not just the-contradictions-of-the-south—black white rich poor democracy dictatorship law lynch law and on and on. Fictional characters are tempting but I think a cheat.

But who could represent the south? You could ask them. They might have a specific answer. In fact, Sly Stone did answer the question. Asked why he formed the Family and what he hoped to accomplish, he said that by creating a band of men and women, black and white, he would be creating an image of harmony that could be communicated to other people, and the music they played would dramatize that. Better late than never.

It never occurred to me that there was a parallel universe out there where perfect versions of things you love—maybe even other people? But this is just that. Thank you. TV special? I thought it was great for fans of s pop music. Fifth Beatle. DJ as used car salesman. Not to mention the blandness of the accompanying writing, which you would expect to make a compelling case for the music on the album, and what makes it great—not just great, but the greatest ever made.

But never mind. What are your thoughts? Why is this album here? What is this telling us? Am I remembering correctly? Flipping through, the differences seem pretty significant. Which would you recommend reading? One, the other or both? To correct factual errors? There are no facts in the book. He can. And there could be many motives in that, beyond the edification of humankind.

Think of Robert Johnson as I seem to do all the time these days. And why might Johnson want to tell the world what he knows and, he feels, no one else does, to make his secret knowledge public? Hobbes argued that the motive behind the creation of Greek philosophy was to seduce more boys than the other guy—which is to say that the most base or selfish motives can lie behind the highest creation. For Johnson—maybe just to show the other guys up and get more women, which amounts to the very same thing.

But really, what the artist knows is not determinate. Everything separate, cleaned up, antiseptic. No sweat. Or blood or tears or anything else. I just wonder what changed your opinion. Or maybe you like Waiting For The Day - Erasure - Chorus (Cassette rest of the album, but not that track in particular?

Ed chose it, not me. You should talk to him. He lives in Austin, Texas. Good monologues and great James Burton guitar solos as well. We had great fun shouting at the movie and each other. Otherwise I have not been on the bandwagon. After that I never wanted to listen to her—to hear what else she might have to say. Album) band especially Andersson wanted to release "Dancing Queen" as the follow-up single to " Mamma Mia " but their manager, Stig Andersoninsisted that the more sedate and folksy " Fernando " should be first, [1] as he felt it would appeal to a broader audience and so was more likely to be a hit.

Frida contacted The Real Group and together they did an a cappella version of the song on stage at the Royal Opera House in Stockholm, in front of the king and queen. The Swedish prime minister at the time, Ingvar Carlssonwas also in the audience that night and said it was an ingenious idea to perform "Dancing Queen" a cappella.

It is also featured in the film's sequel, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. According to Donald A. Guarisco of AllMusicthe track's "sincerity and sheer musicality have allowed it to outlast the disco boom and become a standard of dance-pop. The song sold over three million copies.

The re-issued "Dancing Queen" reached No. It is ranked No. Also ineditors of Rolling Stone with MTV compiled a list of the best pop songs; "Dancing Queen" placed 12th among songs of the s.

Inthe British performing rights group Phonographic Performance Limited celebrated its 75th anniversary by listing the 75 songs that have played most in Great Britain on the radio, in clubs and on jukeboxes.

In Augustlisteners to the s-themed UK radio station " Smooth 70s " voted "Dancing Queen" as their favourite hit of the decade. In Octoberthe musical instrument insurer Musicguard carried out a survey determining "Dancing Queen" to be the United Kingdom's favourite "floorfiller".

Online music magazine Pitchfork positioned Dancing Queen at number 80 in its ranking of the best songs of the s. Jonze writes: "Dancing Queen is beautifully produced: catchy and euphoric, the perfect backdrop for a Waiting For The Day - Erasure - Chorus (Cassette that encapsulates the Waiting For The Day - Erasure - Chorus (Cassette bliss of youth". The British online music industry magazine NME placed "Dancing Queen" at number 27 in its listing of the top songs of the 70s, reviewer Rebecca Schiller calling it "one of the greatest pop songs ever.

The song was accompanied by a music videofilmed in in Alexandra's discotheque in central Stockholm, Sweden. The video since has been remastered in ultra-high definition in August since the million view milestone. When the single came out in the spring ofit peaked at number one in Mexico, becoming their first number one hit in that country.

The song was also a smash hit in South America peaking at number three in Argentina, number five in Chile, number six in Colombia and number fifteen in Brazil. This was the main single for the United States promotion, when the album was released in March The video for "The Name of the Game" was an unofficial video, made especially for an A-Teens TV special in Sweden and it was never intended to be a promotional video. It was only aired by Channel 4.

Directed by Patrick Kiely, the video is set in a big high school. The video is a tribute to the movie The Breakfast Clubwhere band members and extras serving as background dancers are left in a classroom which transforms into a nightclub. Paul Gleasonthe actor who played the assistant principal in the film, reprises the role for the video.

It also appears in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. It charted on the Billboard Hot at number 74 and in the United Kingdom at number K pop group Brotherhood of Man also recorded the song. December Learn how and when to remove this template message.

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