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Octopus

Albany, NY

#4081 Oct 11, 2013
ononothimagin wrote:
If you ask me, "Michelle" was easily one of the deepest and best songs Paul wrote when he was with The Beatles.
If I thought the word "masterpiece" could be applied to music, I most certainly would call it that.
It's part of what makes the album "Rubber Soul" the MASTERPIECE it is!!
"Rubber Soul" was very good but I wouldn't call it a masterpiece.

Over rated, over hyped.

The Beach Boys "Pet Sounds" on the other hand...
Octopus

Albany, NY

#4082 Oct 11, 2013
ononothimagin wrote:
Tell us octo....
if you were a young, single man visiting France and become entranced by a stunningly beautiful girl there, but the only words she spoke that you could understand were, "Octo, my love..."
Would you call that "cheesy???"
I would call that getting lucky!

Come to ole Octo, baby...

ononothimagin

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#4083 Oct 11, 2013
Octopus wrote:
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I've always hated the song, "Michelle"
That's cuz your heart never developed into adulthood.

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#4084 Oct 11, 2013
Octopus wrote:
<quoted text>
I would call that getting lucky!
Come to ole Octo, baby...
You would.

Maybe yer pals could hold her down for you.

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#4085 Oct 11, 2013
You're a dumbass for saying, the "lyrics" to Revolution #9 really sucked, that's for sure!

ononothimagin

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#4086 Oct 11, 2013
You know what octo? I could list songs by Elvis Presley that make me cringe too and it would undoubtedly be longer than your list!

But I can't. Know why?

Cuz there are dozens of groaners from his movie soundtracks that I don't even want to listen to!

When I'm watching his movies and he's singing something like "Old McDonald Had A Farm" and mugging for the camera, curling his lip to make the girls in the audience squeal, I WANNA PUKE!!

ononothimagin

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#4087 Oct 11, 2013
You might that shit is cute but Elvis hated doing it so much, he thought he needed to take anti-depression medication to keep from blowing his brains out!!

ononothimagin

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#4088 Oct 11, 2013
You might "think" that shit is cute...

ononothimagin

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#4089 Oct 11, 2013
Seriously... that should show you how disgusted I am with what Elvis did to his career.

There are candy-ass songs from his soundtracks that I REFUSE TO LISTEN TO!!

It's cuz I admire Elvis Presley, and I can't stand to see him selling out like that!!

At least you've heard the Beatle songs you've listed!

I wouldn't want to wade through Col. Parker's tripe, on the remote possibility I might find a song he made Elvis sing that I actually like!!

ononothimagin

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#4090 Oct 11, 2013
Most of his movies were excruciatingly BAD!!

He knew it.

The Beatles knew it.

Hell.... everybody but Elvis floons know it!!

ononothimagin

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#4091 Oct 11, 2013
Try to imagine how you would feel if Michael Jackson had allowed himself to be made into a superhero cartoon character.

Each episode showed "SuperMichael" healing the world!

All children stricken with cancer would have to do is touch the hem of his garment and they would instantly be cured!

THAT'S how I feel about those ridiculous movies Elvis made!!
Octopus

Albany, NY

#4092 Oct 11, 2013
ononothimagin wrote:
Seriously... that should show you how disgusted I am with what Elvis did to his career.
There are candy-ass songs from his soundtracks that I REFUSE TO LISTEN TO!!
It's cuz I admire Elvis Presley, and I can't stand to see him selling out like that!!
At least you've heard the Beatle songs you've listed!
I wouldn't want to wade through Col. Parker's tripe, on the remote possibility I might find a song he made Elvis sing that I actually like!!
Elvis may have hated "Old McDonald Had A Farm" and was embarrassed singing it in "Double Trouble" BUT he never wrote love songs about lambs and sheep dogs. McCartney wrote and actually released ditties like:

"Martha, My Dear"
"Mary Had A Little Lamb"
"Wonderful Christmas Time"

McCartney destroyed his solo career putting out forty three years worth of sap but Beatle floons have the gall to pick on Elvis for only a handful of truly bad movie songs that were basically from the years 1964-1968?

Are you on drugs, Kracker?

But The Beatles were allowed to do children's songs like:

"Octopus's Garden"
"Yellow Submarine"
"Birthday"
"Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da"

And it is all fine and dandy because it is The Beatles, right?

Hypocrite.

ononothimagin

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#4093 Oct 11, 2013
Octopus wrote:
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Elvis may have hated "Old McDonald Had A Farm" and was embarrassed singing it in "Double Trouble" BUT he never wrote love songs about lambs and sheep dogs. McCartney wrote and actually released ditties like:
"Martha, My Dear"
"Mary Had A Little Lamb"
"Wonderful Christmas Time"
McCartney destroyed his solo career putting out forty three years worth of sap but Beatle floons have the gall to pick on Elvis for only a handful of truly bad movie songs that were basically from the years 1964-1968?
Are you on drugs, Kracker?
But The Beatles were allowed to do children's songs like:
"Octopus's Garden"
"Yellow Submarine"
"Birthday"
"Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da"
And it is all fine and dandy because it is The Beatles, right?
Hypocrite.
Yes, there were great Beatles songs, merely good ones and ones that shouldn't have been included on an album.

(You missed "All Together Now.")

But then....I'm not the one claiming that even the Beatle's inferior material were freakin' "masterpieces," like someone else I could mention!!

ononothimagin

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#4094 Oct 11, 2013
Considering George tried to get the Beatles to record "All Things Must Pass" but they didn't cuz John didn't like it, yet "Polythene Pam" made it on "Abbey Road," clearly Lennon and McCartney weren't the best judges of what songs should be included.

ononothimagin

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#4095 Oct 11, 2013
Lesser tunes like "Polythene Pam," "Ob-La-Di-Ob-La-Da," "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" and "Birthday" were included to give the album more dimension.

"Yellow Submarine" should never have been a hit.

J-J-Jina Wild

“VITILIGO”

Since: Jun 10

IS A BIOTCH

#4096 Oct 12, 2013
ononothimagin wrote:
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Boy, you're dumb.
The whole idea behind "Michelle" is that the girl in the song doesn't speak the man's language!! "Michelle, my belle" were the only words she could understand!!
What good would it have done for the man in the song to elaborate on how he felt, dumbass??
Hell, even the "French" in that song isn't genuine French!! The guy recognizes the verbal handicap between them and is trying to fake it so he can win the girl's charms.
Open your ears!!
His rhyme, sublime
That's the way he wrote them all the time
His rhyme was sublime

est ce, je peu
floobie boobie woobie
je pe queu
non je pe queu

I'm joking, I'm joking, I'm joking
That's all I want to say
Until I find a way
I will say the only words
I know that you'll understand

His rhyme, a crime
It's not hard to write a rhyming line
His prose was a crime

I mean it, I mean it, I mean it
I want to make you see
That writing such trivial bullshit
Is not a skill, is not a feat
It's easy as can be

His rhyme, that slime
Is easy-peasy twaddle, not divine
His rhyme, it was slime

It's useless, it's useless, it's useless
I wish you'd understand
But you're just a starstruck idiot
who listens to his bullshit
with your penis in his hand

Oooh! I so missed my vocation! Shoulda been a Beatle!

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#4097 Oct 12, 2013
J-J-Jina Wild wrote:
<quoted text>
His rhyme, sublime
That's the way he wrote them all the time
His rhyme was sublime
est ce, je peu
floobie boobie woobie
je pe queu
non je pe queu
I'm joking, I'm joking, I'm joking
That's all I want to say
Until I find a way
I will say the only words
I know that you'll understand
His rhyme, a crime
It's not hard to write a rhyming line
His prose was a crime
I mean it, I mean it, I mean it
I want to make you see
That writing such trivial bullshit
Is not a skill, is not a feat
It's easy as can be
His rhyme, that slime
Is easy-peasy twaddle, not divine
His rhyme, it was slime
It's useless, it's useless, it's useless
I wish you'd understand
But you're just a starstruck idiot
who listens to his bullshit
with your penis in his hand
Oooh! I so missed my vocation! Shoulda been a Beatle!
Charming, as usual.

Talked to your sons lately?

J-J-Jina Wild

“VITILIGO”

Since: Jun 10

IS A BIOTCH

#4098 Oct 12, 2013
ononothimagin wrote:
<quoted text>
Charming, as usual.
Merci, perci
je suis une madame
La cup of tea
et ziggy pop li
Tu est une tit
et tu parle un seau c'est full of shit
tu est un tit

Je sais que
je sais que
je sais que...

<makes farting noise and leaves the building>

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#4099 Oct 12, 2013
Octopus wrote:
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Bob Dylan started out as strictly a folk protest singer in the early sixties. That movement had an audience as people like The Kingston Trio, Pete Seger, Peter, Paul And Mary were helping folk music gain a pop audience.
Pete Seger is another fascinating figure.

Anyone that loves music and has never heard these names should take note.

Other fascinating musicians include....

THE BAND - Its almost impossible to overstate the importance of this band too. Like "Randy Newman," The Band was music other musicians listened to. Their first two albums take a while to sink in but when they do, you'll be hooked.

Then there's other outstanding folkies in the 60s like "Odetta," a Afro American woman with a strong voice, all of Woody Guthrie's cronies, mostly nobly "Cisco Houston." The musicians octo listed... Certainly "Peter, Paul And Mary" deserve honorable mention and other mainstream folkies like "The Kingston Trio." They had a big hit with the old folk standard, "Tom Dooley."

You want "Folk Lite?"

There's always "John Denver!"

(I'm slightly embarrassed to admit that I'm a John Denver fan.)

Terrific stuff if you can get past the notion that music's purpose is to make people dance. Folk music was better than a newspaper in hill country. It was a way to pass down stories of legendary figures. It's the oldest music we have and more important than all the other genres of music combined and yet.... it didn't become "Pop" music until these guys came along.

The made their marks for a few years at the end of the 60s and by 1970, the Beatles were the main influence in "Pop Music." They spawned bands like "The Small Faces, The Babys, The Bay City Rollers... etc.) The folk movement held on with New Age folkies like "Jackson Browne, James Taylor and Joni Mitchell."

It's pretty much over now.

Now "selling out" seems to be the norm.

ononothimagin

Since: Aug 12

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#4100 Oct 12, 2013
Boy, the "judge it" votes suggests Jina's Hyenas are on the prowl today!

Hey Jina.... why'd you delete that Twitter account you directed toward me?

I'm ready to duke it out anytime you want!!

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