It's also my personal (and probably unpopular) opinion that many of the greatest love songs ever written talk about things other than love. The Kinks' 'Waterloo Sunset' is a good example of that. But maybe that's my opinion because I'm not a particularly sentimental person...
SaturdayAfternoon wrote:That's the song that turned me onto 1960's music, unlike modern music which is sung by people who don't give a fuck about whatever it is they are singing about. I'm not going to say who I have in mind, but speeking generally, new artists just don't give a fuck.
Susan Butcher wrote:And you get what you want when you've forgotten that you wanted it.
I prefer "cool" in music to forced emotion, where you can hear someone trying to be hugely soulful. Which is why I prefer Grace to Janis. On the other hand, Grace sometimes sang nonsense with great conviction.
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