Re: [Academy of Anvil] Foundation
- Hey Lips.
I think people tend to look for funny things in
music, and that's why the more serious Anvil songs get
Maybe they all see that the world is a sick, dirty
place. And maybe they all had enough of that.
So, instead of listening to a song like "No One to
Follow" - which I think is one of the best lyrics you
ever wrote -, people prefer banging their heads to
"Show Me Your Tits".
I get the same problem with my lyrics (I also have
a band). The ones I think are the best, more focused,
just get overlooked in favor of the funny rock'n'roll
anthems I also write.
That is to remind us that most people face music
just as another form of entertainment, nothing more,
--- anvilips2000 <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I haven't posted anthing because quite honestly__________________________________________________
> there is nothing to
> really report. There were about 50 people there at
> the high point in
> the night but by the time we played there might have
> been maybe 20.
> We played a shorter set with no encore. The band
> Annonamus from
> Quebec opened the night and were very tight but not
> what I like in
> metal. All in all it was just another typical gig in
> North America.
> I've been reading the last bunch of posts and I'm
> quite disappointed
> in the view of Anvil's so called fans and I only
> have myself to
> blame. For some stupid reason I expect people to
> precieve what I do
> the way I precieve it. This way of thinking has
> brought forth some
> great songs that for the most part are being ignored
> and if not
> ignored being critisized. I want all of you who read
> this to know
> that the only fan who I've ever met besides Mad Dog
> Colin Brown (the
> guy who drinks beer threw his nose)that precieves
> Anvil the way I do
> is Tange. It hasn't mattered were or who I've talked
> to about Anvil
> most are oblivious to what songs are the special
> songs, to Anvil as
> fans. Don't get me wrong I'm not saying that your
> opinion isn't
> worthy, I'm just saying I dissagree. Another aspect
> that really
> bothers me is that some people only focus on the
> joke lyrics, and the
> real great stuff is totally overlooked. The reason
> the joke lyrics
> were put there to begin with was to lighten up an
> otherwise dark
> dismal outlook. As examples Butterbust Jerky on the
> same cd as Shadow
> Zone and Winged Assasins. I hope this might help you
> in understanding
> me and my music a little better.
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- Okay Lips, I see you're in great shape, hmm... That's all I wanted to know. If North America is too hypnotized by "new metal", there's South America......and Europe, and Jupiter, and....................=========>
January is a tough month for us, I think. In fact, I was born during this month...long ago. I must say that all my life has been tough, and it's still goes like that... The thing I found the most difficult was to quit my native town and to stop to play music (bass) when I was 13 years old. Loosing all my friends to move to Quebec City was something, to quit my grand-parent too...but to stop playing music has been a shock.
You're damn lucky to be the musician that you are...no matter what is the "music world". Don't look at what you don't have, look at what you got. And, yunno...it's a chance I moved to Quebec City (whatever happened to me!)...cos I saw Anvil live many times. Smile, cos life is short. You know that song "Good times, bad times"?
Take care from now,
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- --- In email@example.com, anvilips2000 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> It hasn't mattered were or who I've talked to about AnvilI would think that they are all special to you in one way or another
> most are oblivious to what songs are the special songs, to Anvil as
otherwise why would you have written and recorded them.