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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by djh22, Jan 17, 2021.
"The evil that men do lives after them;
The good is oft interred with their bones."
I see your point. “Rational Thought” had its beginnings during the Enlightenment. One could say Charles Manson was an “abstract impressionist”. But he wasn’t. He was a Psychopath imitating a musician.
At the risk of being tarred and feathered around here:
The Drifters "On Broadway" 1963. Guitar solo at 2:00. Phil Spector.
Phil Spector served ten years of his sentence of nineteen years.
Not many will mourn what he became but some will mourn what he could have been.
You know, long pause, deep exhalation it never crossed my mind about Charlie that way , which is to say I never much thought about Charlie Manson. If I was forced to come up with a reason for his problem it would be that he missed his calling to be in congress or the senate.
Not tar and feathering you but I don't consider that a solo. I know that it always gets listed as such. I would call it a very minor contributing fill. (No pun intended.) Another bit of overhyping as far as Phil Spector is concerned IMHO.
Most of the solo is in the outtro fade out