Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by purr1n, Oct 8, 2015.
This song always brings a big grin to my face!
Martha and the Muffins
I have a special place in my heart for this band. Their 4th album is right up there with King Crimson's "Discipline" and Talking Heads' "Remain in Light" for me. That's how highly I think of them!
Still playing with my old Kenwood KD-2070 and my new NuWave Phono Converter. VinylStudio sure makes "ripping" LPs to the computer easy.
Call me old or late to the party, but I'm just now realizing Vampire Weekend's whole career is essentially an inspiration from tbis album. In my defense, I didn't much listen to this record much growing up).
This song is pretty awesome just the bass and vocals.
And the demo to You Can Call Me Al was much more like the rest of the record and pretty damn fantastic.
Was just listening to that yesterday. I wonder if they updated this one again...
I'm just getting into them...good stuff, thanks!
Laugh if you want, but this track still stands up. Real drums and a very spacious sound overall for a dance tune. Niles Rodgers knew what he was doing. I still think the playback tape was sped up to give it more pep and make Madonna's voice sound more kid like.
Always thought this would be great accompaniment to freestyle ice skating. Not entirely sure why...
From now on every time someone says "Damn that television!" I might feel like dancing...
P.S. That bass line is one of the best.
When this song came out, I was too young to grasp how dark it really was.
A classic to me
Murder in the Graveyard
Love Stewart Copeland's drumming on this whole album...brilliant
The Stones new Studio Albums Box Set
MJ is the boss.
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