Amused to learn that "Call Me Maybe" is G, Em, C, and D - over and over and over. Just like "End Of The Line" by the Traveling Wilburys or Neil Young's "Heart of Gold". So, before you talk about how you don't listen to pop music, remember that YOU LISTEN TO POP MUSIC. Have a nice day.
It's all pretty solidly pop music.
Lots of great stuff, no doubt. But I don't think I'd classify any of this as "pop music". Great list regardless!
This sounds great - I'll be looking for it!
Danny, have you seen GeniusTheMovie.com yet? Wonder what Yoko thinks about it?
I've recently watched LFDH's performances of "I Can't Go For That," first with Meyer Hawthorne and then with Cee-Lo, backed by top-notch bands and Daryl Hall, of course. Both versions killed it... I was sold immediately.
I am delighted to learn you are a "neighbor". Here's hoping we "run" into each other! :) I am a great admirer of LFDH and relish the idea of some of the episodes being conceived/filmed here!!!
Live from Daryl's house is intense, awesome, and one of my favorite shows.
Suddenly cool "again"?? When were they not?
what an asshole...
This is a really old thread, so my input is probably meaningless, but it's for anyone who happens to come across this like me.
I know Clem personally and just wished him a happy birthday and just decided to check what's said on the web about him. Douchebag is purely subjective and everyone is titled to their own opinion. As for talent, he is VERY talented. I heard him play all sorts of styles and he does a great job in it. Recently he's played with the group called International Swingers and you should catch their show if you can. They sound nothing like Blondie and his drumming was great. So while I disagree strongly with Mad Max, I'll respect his opinion on that.
As for arrogant, Mad Max, you are completely wrong. He is one of the nicest guy I know and one of the MOST HUMBLE person that I know. He has respect for other musicians. I have never heard him once be critical of another musician's talents (famous or just when we are in some dive bar) though I have often him bitch that if they are assholes. His respect extends to people who are talented in other non entertainment fields as well. So if you call him 'arrogant', I KNOW that either 1. You don't know him at all or 2. You do know him, but something happen and you have a ax to grind.
Thanks for writing this article on this multi-talented local gem!
laws of powers was never released
Back in the day, my 2 favorite drummers were Levon Helm and Charlie Watts, kind of an odd couple on the surface but their stock-in-trade was an almost off-hand appearance, seemingly sitting in the background, no flash, but steady as an electronic metronome, with just the perfect texture for every piece they played..Listen to an old Band or Stones tune and block out the drumtrack. All of a sudeen that music loses half it's feeling. Parker is the first drummer I've seen who is like that in maybe 20 years. Keep it up kid! Btw - I liked the lion's mane look....
RETRACTION: "There's kind of like a spectrum on my album, those that are all the way very electronica stuff all the way to the just acoustic stuff."
"There's a wide spectrum of songs on the album; they move from being heavily electronic to some that are entirely acoustic"
As someone who listens to people talk about music all-day, every-day, whether I like or not, my only comment on this story is; you know need to talk more about music.
@jenna lyles i'm confused too. how come they're all so cute? why are they out in a cornfield? who is their manager? WHERE IS THE PERSON TELLING THESE LADIES WHAT TO DO AND WHEN. this looks dangerous.
hey uh, where is the band? i only see one dude in this photo. wrong photo maybe? that girl with the guitar is kinda in the way.
yes yes sofem! fabulous feminist rockers ftw!
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