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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by soulgeezer, Apr 14, 2017.
Maria Muldaur. Ok I'm done.
Another guilty pleasure of mine is the Spanish music stations on FM radio. You know the kind that the Mexican Nationals are blasting with their windows down, but I'll turn down at red lights so nobody hears me.
There seems to be a stigma against this music with most American citizens, even the ones ones of Mexican decent who I know. Bandas, Nortenos & other Mexican folk music. I love it all.
Nothin wrong with that.
If you are actually embarrassed to admit you like some music or any other cultural amusement, you just need to grow up and be yourself.
If growing up is too much just do what I did and get over it.
OK its true, I was terribly determined to be hip in my younger years.
in the past year, I have come to really appreciate this band
I don't wanna grow up 'cause I'm a Toys R Us kid.
I like that music too, but I only hear it in Mexican restaurants. So it makes me hungry.
This is a really scary thread.
And the sailors say "Brandy" you're a fine girl....
The male ego is a delicate flower.
Good point, but judging somebody because they care about how they are perceived by others is not really much different than judging somebody for what kind of music they like. Just some food for thought.
Well, I'm just playing along with the theme. I suppose if any of us were truly ashamed to like whatever we like, this thread wouldn't have gotten too far............
Exactly! I care way more about what you guys think of me anyway!
Fear not! Your bad reputation is safe with us...............
Says the guy with the mask!
Maybe, but I already know MY reputation was shot years ago...............
She's well-connected in Nashville and has a ton of talent. Unfortunately, her frontal lobe is not as well-connected.
Hadn't heard that one before, but I love a lot of the stuff she did with her ex:
Ditto on the Raspberries--great power-pop riffs. Also like pre-"Yellow Brick Road" Elton John. His guitar player (can't remember his name) was really good. Deepest, darkest secret--"Kiss Me" by Sixpence None the Richer (song and video), really good bass part.