Monday, December 19, 2016

Throwback Tuesday

Well, back to 2007 anyway...



Cheers.

6 comments:

TommyBoy said...

I really wanted to watch this video, but I had to fix my hair, I had a tanning appointment, plus I had to leave a anonymous snarky comment on Barry's blog, so I put it on my to do list. Thanks for posting, I'm sure I'll get around to it.

Being me takes all my time.

The Donald said...

Sounds like life's been good to you so far...

el chupacabra said...

Amigo- The Eagles may top the list of bands that I know that not only I should like them (but don't) I try to like- but can't.

The Donald said...

Lol. Liking the Eagles is totally non-compulsory. There are plenty of different tastes out there.

I have a colleague at work who is generally knowledgeable about music and likes stuff like Flock of Seagulls, Tears for Fears and several other outfits that for the life of me I can't understand. We do agree on a few artists. But, to each his own.

Despite the many appearances of the band on this blog, there are some of their popular songs I'd not be too disturbed if I never heared them again: Peaceful Easy Feeling, Best of My Love, Tequila Sunrise, Lyin' Eyes, most of The Long Run album. I can't tell you why.

Desperado and Hotel California albums I can enjoy tracking entirely. On the Border and One of These Nights, I pick and choose cuts. Long Road Out of Eden is I think a good album, but about a third is filler. With all due respect to Mr. Frey, I much tend to favor the Henley songs.

Back to your point - when Prince died, there was of course much outpouring of affection and accolades for his music. I have a copy of Purple Rain from the '80s (and like the title song), but otherwise never developed a particular taste for his music, though clearly many did.

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