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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

goodrob13 music show 4 – Screaming Orphans! (2/15/11)

33:58 – Screaming Orphans!

Goodrob13 Music Show episode 4: the Goodrob13 Music Show on the Overnightscape Underground podcast network, the 53rd annual Grammy Awards (2011), today’s pop stars focusing on outlandish costumes and gimmicks instead of good music (Lady Gaga, Cee Lo Green, etc.), wondering how people in the future will judge today’s music, feeling stupid saying current artist’s names, today’s music having no lasting value (disposable music), the New Kids on the Block revival, nostalgia, current music I actually like (Screaming Orphans and Dean and Britta), clips of Screaming Orphans songs (“Liar,” “City of Chicago,” “Give a Little,” “Here Comes Your Man,” “Don’t You Cry,” and “Circles”), L’Avventura (2003), Tony Visconti, good arrangements, and clips of Dean and Britta songs (“Out Walking,” “Night Nurse,” and “Moonshot”).
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Released February 2011 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts, 24/7.


posted by pqribber at 4:25 pm filed in Feb11,music,Rob  

5 Comments »

  1. Now I’m not defending the music, but don’t you think the spectacle is part of the theatrics in live music?
    like you pointed out, elton john, KISS, etc. it’s all about the moment. it will most likely will be dated,
    but at least they made an effort to be grand and spectacular, no?

    Comment by into the ether — February 16, 2011 @ 12:22 pm

  2. I see your point, but I don’t want theatrics in music. I don’t need wacky costumes and a crew of dancers on stage. I want good, catchy songs performed well by likable people.

    Obviously, I’m not a fan of Broadway musicals or bands like the Insane Clown Posse. 🙂

    Comment by Rob — February 16, 2011 @ 9:41 pm

  3. i get what you’re saying, i think it’s just within the realm of the music these people are producing it goes hand in hand with the type of music that’s being produced
    As in Peal jam doesn’t need that because that’s not the type of imagery they’re not trying to represent (unless it’s a TARGET ad, haha)
    I smell a bit of put down towards the other acts because they don’t fit your musical tastes which is understandable, and I’m not trying to bust chops,
    but it’s a big circus and there’s tons of other venues to look for the music you want instead of just dismissing something because of a visual representation it gives.

    everything has its look from NIN’s black clad clothing, to nirvana’s plaid shirts, to WEEZER’s hipster get ups and Bruce springsteen’s blue collar get up.
    All music has been given a make over, meticulously no matter what’s being shown. There is no unplanned step, you’re being sold something, brotha.

    it’s just the level of pomp and circumstance behind it.

    Comment by into the ether — February 17, 2011 @ 11:55 am

  4. I know sometimes I put down things I don’t like. I admit that. 🙂 I just want music to go back to the way it was.

    Comment by Rob — February 17, 2011 @ 12:32 pm

  5. it’s out there somewhere, probably only live and scattered about the globe, unfortunately.

    Comment by into the ether — February 17, 2011 @ 2:05 pm

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