posted on Feb, 21 2013 @ 08:42 AM
reply to post by LizardSlicks
I would rather listen to a drunk hobo hit a broken bongo and slur about what's brought him to this than any King Crimson or Yes record.
can't tell the tonal differences in the vocals of said bands or the general style of riffing each musician brings to the table
Obviously you have not listened to much KC Their styles varied and progressed through the years, Same with Yes, their lineup changes brought different
subject matter and composition style.
Dinosaur Jrf The Wagon sounds great, simple rock song but nothing outstanding.
"As a guitar player I can appreciate both the force and raw emotion of noise and the technique and tension build up and release of a good solo
If the above statement holds true...try The Court Of The Crimson King, or Epitaph from In the Court Oe The Crimson King 1969...
To the earlier guitar player who bad mouthed synthesizers, well I guess those 101 pedals that guitarists use came from R & D developed by
By the way I love my synths and I love a good guitar but why do "guitarists" always have to slam electronic music and shove it all into the same
category? Its a bit like me saying that Paco de Lucia sounds like Ozzy Osbourne.
Dont lump it altogether. The Shadows of the 60s as an example were great hits and yet if you analyse them carefully their songs were formulaic,
"paint by numbers" compositions. Much the same could be said of thrash metal riffs or metal vocalists who sound like they're using a vocoder.
Music is so subjective and yet thats what makes it great...something for everyone. Now about modern "manufactured hits with models/cleavage/ass lip
syncing" produced for the masses...well I guess the masses need their Kool Aid, I mean how else would these poor Record Co's survive without