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6topher 06-01-2010 03:45 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
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Originally Posted by vintagemore2000 (Post 74916)
about the only thing I don't care for is rap and Pop music!

and this isn't pop?

vintagemore2000 06-01-2010 03:47 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
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Originally Posted by SmokeUpJohnny (Post 74932)
and this isn't pop?

Kinda missed the boat on this ????

mendozart 06-01-2010 08:19 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
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Originally Posted by vintagemore2000 (Post 74640)
Greg was chad Playing bare footed?? and was he using his tama bell brass snare drum??

He wasn't playing, just hosting a hang at his shop.

big daddy 06-02-2010 11:03 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
Madonna is pop... Britney is pop...

311... way too clever to be pop :)

john rutsey 06-04-2010 07:24 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
michael jackson is pop. and hes kinda clever............derp.

6topher 06-06-2010 01:38 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
not a fan of this band - Sounds to me like the same song over & over.

But the pop comment was not a crack - The Who were a pop band as were the Beatles and Buddy Holly & The Crickets and many more of the all time greats...POP - it's not a dirty word.

vintagemore2000 06-06-2010 01:58 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
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Originally Posted by SmokeUpJohnny (Post 75584)
not a fan of this band - Sounds to me like the same song over & over.

But the pop comment was not a crack - The Who were a pop band as were the Beatles and Buddy Holly & The Crickets and many more of the all time greats...POP - it's not a dirty word.

Your definition of pop and most of the worlds is sure different than your definition of pop, the Who, and The Beatles a pop band and Buddy Holly, Yeah right! !Hurting

6topher 06-06-2010 06:33 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
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Originally Posted by vintagemore2000 (Post 75586)
Your definition of pop and most of the worlds is sure different than your definition of pop, the Who, and The Beatles a pop band and Buddy Holly, Yeah right! !Hurting

Pete Townshend coined the word "Power Pop" to descibe the Who. What charts do you think all these hits were on? Pop is a form, much like haiku - I would have expected most musicians to understand that.

Perhaps, You should send Pete that crippled icon and tell him how much you know.

mcjnic 06-06-2010 07:22 PM

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TOTP - Top Of The Pops

This BBC show started life in 64. It focused on the top POP songs of the day.

First show featured:
The Rolling Stones
The Beatles
The Dave Clark Five
The Hollies
Dusty Springfield
and others

The point here is POP music is just that ... what is popular of the day that pushes the creative and technological envelope. Rock and Roll, Classical, Jazz, whatever.

vintagemore2000 06-06-2010 07:36 PM

Re: 311 Come Original!!
 
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Originally Posted by SmokeUpJohnny (Post 75603)
Pete Townshend coined the word "Power Pop" to descibe the Who. What charts do you think all these hits were on? Pop is a form, much like haiku - I would have expected most musicians to understand that.

Perhaps, You should send Pete that crippled icon and tell him how much you know.

Well it's awful funny when the WHO among the other Three you mentioned where Inducted Into the Rock N roll hall of fame you may want to see which Category they are placed in, that's what I know!!!Lame Hey I was just listening to Tommy the pop opera, the who with song titles like long live pop etc?????????? D' DrummerDefinitions
Hatch and Millward define pop music as "a body of music which is distinguishable from popular, jazz and folk musics".[1] Although pop music is often seen as oriented towards the singles charts, as a genre it is not the sum of all chart music, which has always contained songs from a variety of sources, including classical, jazz, rock, and novelty songs, while pop music as a genre is usually seen as existing and developing separately.[2] Thus "pop music" may be used to describe a distinct genre, aimed at a youth market, often characterized as a softer alternative to rock and roll.[3]

[edit] Origin of the term


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