What exactly did he do but write a couple of sing-songy stoner nursery rhymes and sing them in a voice that sounds like a dying frog and get painted as the voice of a generation when he felt embarrassed by that title and didn't want to be associated with it?
I would agree he's kinda overrated as a singer songwriter.
Ask any songwriter who their influences are, I guarantee they'll drop Dylan's name.
That being said, he's goddamn good at it.
Besides songs in the public domain, and old traditional standards, his song's are probably the most covered by popular artists.
How many people have done a cover of Knockin on Heaven's Door?
That's right all of them.
ITT: We write a song
last one has one feet on the grave. here's a new one for you.
My debut release, I spent a long time working on this. Enjoy.
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>Alan Rickman has died
Music for this feel?
Worked on this last night for my current wallpaper. Edited to MBP Retina 15'' resolution
Why do so many people refer to rappers as talentless and believe hip hop is less than other music?
his downfall is he didn't really influence anything (musically). he just hopped from one trend to the next.
Post recommendations, share, etc.
ive been listening to reflections in suspension practically on repeat for weeks. this album is great. any more steve roach i should check out?
also have been listening to eluvium and william basinski (pic related). I found melancholia pretty good so now i have high expectations for the disintergration loops, quite excited to listen to them
Great album but this is Roach's best.The Aboriginal influence and the concept of dream states is amazing.
Is it even possible to not like this album?
Have you ever introduced someone to it and gotten a negative reaction?
I like it, but I think it's pretty easy to dislike it - Jeff Mangum has a horrible voice, and all the talk of semen, the Jesus song, and "Oh Comely" are examples of him at his worst-sounding. I wouldn't show it to anyone.
ITT: we literally invent genres
>go on /mu/
>minimize all non-AnCo threads
>wait a few hours
it's still a month until PW and I'm not sure how I'll deal with it
>be time traveler
>hate animal collective
>go back in time to steal their earliest recordings in hopes that i'll never have to hear their shitty music again
>come back to the future
>see this thread
>it's still happening
underrated hip hop albums
One of my favourite rap albums of all time, never gets any love though
Still bingeing on his discography, knew I'd have to give this a go at some point
This album made me happy. It's just a happy album. Pretty well produced too, with cool musicianship. I would probably listen to this again.
I'm a fan of 80's Bowie and feel it's unfairly maligned. Never Let Me Down in particular is a pretty punchy album. Tonight can be viewed as a nice b-side for Let's Dance, which is a killer album.
What is some essential /goth/core?
>parents just divorced
give me some music for this feel /mu/ :-(