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Isn't it a shame that neither of there performers would have made it past the initial interview in todays American Idol world?

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I'm just glad that a decent amount of their work was somewhat well captured for my generation and future ones to appreciate. God bless the hippies who could run a sound board while wasted!

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Isn't it a shame that neither of there performers would have made it past the initial interview in todays American Idol world?

Not on American Idol, but they would have still been successful. I'm part of the new gen and I still dabble with old school music. I would have loved to see Jimmy live. Most new artist are recording artists, meaning they sound like shit live. You couldn't pay me to go to a concert to see many of these recording artists perform. They sound way better on my mp3 player than live . The one thing I do like about American Idol, is that they at least have talented artists that can sing without using every piece of tech available to make them sound good, naturally talented singers.

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Not on American Idol, but they would have still been successful. I'm part of the new gen and I still dabble with old school music. I would have loved to see Jimmy live. Most new artist are recording artists, meaning they sound like shit live. You couldn't pay me to go to a concert to see many of these recording artists perform. They sound way better on my mp3 player than live . The one thing I do like about American Idol, is that they at least have talented artists that can sing without using every piece of tech available to make them sound good, naturally talented singers.
On American Idol do they even write their own stuff? It's sad that these pop stars can't write anything. What happened to bands who wrote the stuff they sing?

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On American Idol do they even write their own stuff? It's sad that these pop stars can't write anything. What happened to bands who wrote the stuff they sing?

I will have to agree there as well. Most newer artists don't write their own music. You can also somewhat blame the music executives for this, as they have made everything so restrictive on what the artists can do to stick to what they believe is a good current day business model and image. I was just commenting on their natural talent with their voices. They can sing well. Are they very creative? Not so much. The music industry has changed drastically, but there is still room for a Jimmy Hendrix .

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+1 to what everone else has said. There is very few talented musicians on radio these days. Very little feeling and passion. How many newer musicians give you goosebumps when you listen to their songs or make you feel anything? Not many.

A couple of other good ones. I love these tunes.






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+1 to what everone else has said. There is very few talented musicians on radio these days. Very little feeling and passion. How many newer musicians give you goosebumps when you listen to their songs or make you feel anything? Not many.
Generally speaking I agree but good ones come along now and then. This song grabbed me the first time I heard it.

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How many people do you know who bitch about a $5 cover charge?

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How many people do you know who bitch about a $5 cover charge?
Hell I'll even watch a crappy band for $5. Used to go to no-cover Reggae, $5.50 pitchers-night on Wednesdays up here at the Clearwater like it was church.

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I been listening to this band a lot lately and they are pretty good. This is the new singer and shes good. The band is called Nighwish.



This is them with the old singer who has a more "opera" like voice:


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I been listening to this band a lot lately and they are pretty good. This is the new singer and shes good. The band is called Nighwish.
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Edguy is great. i think this video from them is funny


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