- Hell, I have Yodeling CDs and Beer Hall Song CDs-I can t imagine being embarrassed by anything I have including Windham Hill Piano Samplers and my ex-wifesMessage 1 of 44 , Jun 7, 2001View SourceHell, I have Yodeling CDs and Beer Hall Song CDs-I can't imagine being
embarrassed by anything I have including Windham Hill Piano Samplers and
my ex-wifes' Lionel Ritchie discs. No Autechre tho. Now my face is red.
On Thu, 7 Jun 2001 16:38:47 -0400 (EDT) "R. Lim"
> On Thu, 7 Jun 2001, Daniel DiMaggio wrote:________________________________________________________________
> > Steve Miller band is great because everything about it is so
> > non-descript. He has the plainest voice imaginable, and
> > about the music is typically "classic rock". He has some great
> Hey, Children of the Future is a pretty decent chunk of bluesy, West
> psych... I don't mind the hits & I certainly wouldn't be ashamed to
> them. I mean, does everybody just throw away their records once
> aren't "cool" anymore? I've got tons of stuff that your average
> reader would think is dodgy; I'm not embarrassed to admit I have 'em
> and I
> certainly don't feel any need to justify their presence within my
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- ... I don t think this is true- I ve heard a lot of people talking about these records. Whether or not they qualify as a hipster, I dunno. I mean, does suchMessage 44 of 44 , Jun 14, 2001View SourceOn Fri, 8 Jun 2001, Rob Thornton wrote:
> Yeah. As far as i can tell, the US hipsters are generally treatingI don't think this is true- I've heard a lot of people talking about these
> Timbaland and the rest of the electrobreak-style R&B in the same
> fashion. That's sad indeed. For example, an early Timbaland-produced hit
records. Whether or not they qualify as a hipster, I dunno. I mean, does
such a thing really exist beyond a general class of people invoked as
straw men for rhetorical purposes? Outside of Williamsburg, I mean.