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Old 06-03-2019, 04:23 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 06-03-2019, 04:36 PM   #22 (permalink)
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What do you think of my take on Guided By Voices?
That's a pretty good statement.
On the last line, I not only agree with you but I also have some objections on using "indie rock" to classify a music genre. I usually say, to me, indie is just a condition of a band without label or signed to an independent label, it may be even a heavy metal, a reggae or a boy band act.

But I wouldn't figure I would meet someone who's a big fan of Pollard. He's one of the greatest artists to me, and when I say that I'm comparing him to the major stars like Jagger or McCartney and all.

I also read something once about some cities declaring a "Guided by Voices day" or something like that. I can't remember exactly what it was.

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Briefly met Jon Spencer before a Pussy Galore show.
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Old 06-03-2019, 04:41 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Pussy Galore had a huge influence on me.
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Pussy Galore had a huge influence on me.
As a musician (if you are one) or a human being?
It took me some time til I got into Pussy Galore and other guitar/garage/noisy stuff.
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Hey, bud
Is this an actual question or are you just joking? lol
Anyways, the girl is Iggy Azalea.

My favorite bands, that's pretty complicated because I must forget some. Uh, Folk Implosion, Fugazi, Pixies, Pavement, Guided By Voices, Sonic Youth, Galaxie 500, Garbage, Yo La Tengo and the list could definitely go on.
Talking about metal and punk rock, I prefer the old fashioned stuff.
I like all those bands
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I like all those bands
That's great, plenty of good fellows here.
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^ Wow! Someone mentioning the JonSpencer Blues Explosion:- https://www.musicbanter.com/jazz-blu...-burnside.html

Like everyone here, I have lots of favourites, Mo. Some that come to mind:-
The Allmans, Soft Machine, La Bottine Souriante, John Fahey, Beefheart, Roy Buchanan, Big Blood, Moondog, Cabaret Voltaire, Hugh Masekela, Dead Combo, Joe Strummer, Dylan etc etc ...
the Cab Vol fandom threw me for a loop here
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As a musician (if you are one) or a human being?
It took me some time til I got into Pussy Galore and other guitar/garage/noisy stuff.
I’m not a musician. As a human being.
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I also have some objections on using "indie rock" to classify a music genre. I usually say, to me, indie is just a condition of a band without label or signed to an independent label, it may be even a heavy metal, a reggae or a boy band act.
Indie as a sound is still p much The Smiths

originated from them becoming huge on Rough Trade
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OK, thanks for that homework assignment, OH. I'll report back later if I can.

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^ Yes, it surprised me too, elphenor, but I really like bands like Can, Faust, T Gristle and Cab Voltaire, mainly when I'm driving around town under pressure, which happens several times every day.
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