old ass music is amazing.

AcridMeat

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Oct 26, 2017
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So is this a 60's thread then?

I also don't understand how you can like 60's and say f the 70's, because the 70's is fuckin' fantastic for music.
 

Mona

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my mom was telling me about a band that was big back then, think they're called the beetles or something, you should give them a shot
 
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I was expecting old music like what is in Fallout 3/NV. Love that shit. Nat King Cole, Ella and Billie, and Cole Porter
 

MrSunshine

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Gotta at least make this a little older for some credibility.

People in Hattiesburg, MS claim that rock 'n' roll was born there. They've got a case based on the recordings made by Roosevelt Graves in 1929-1936. Some will argue that the first rock song was from the 1929 material, but to my unschooled ears, this 1936 (mostly) instrumental is the most clearly rock 'n' roll.

 

jerf

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I've always loved 50' and 60's music, but hated 70's and 80's music growing up (I grew up in the 80's). The older I get the more into the older stuff I get. Out of nowhere here lately I've been on a Fleetwood Mac trip. I never gave them the time of day because when I was young I saw them as an "old hippie band" but put on some headphones and it bangs.
 
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60’s and 70’s funk, soul, and R & B are the soundtrack of my life. There are lifetimes of amazing music that can groove you down to your bones.
 

ShadowAUS

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Some great stuff in here, I'll add the first band from the 60s that I ever fell in love with thanks to my parents great taste in music.

 

SABO.

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I had an emotional moment one time when I was high, listening to music from the 60s/70s and realizing none of these artists had fancy computers and that helped them piece together music and make it sound good.

The true MVPs
 

Nilson

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lol I’m reminded of when my co worker who is in his late teens told me he loves classic rock like Pearl Jam.
 

Skade

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"Old"

But yeah, recent popular music tend to suck, so obviously, good music is therefore amazing.
 
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Here's some classic house music from the 90's :)
(Yuzo Koshiro borrowed heavily from this song for the track "Go Straight in Streets of Rage 2"!)
 

Servbot24

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So is this a 60's thread then?

I also don't understand how you can like 60's and say f the 70's, because the 70's is fuckin' fantastic for music.
The only way anyone could possibly dismiss a decade of music is if they literally have only heard the top 10 pop hits from that decade.
 

ducktape

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Old ass music makes today’s music look like a sad joke. It’s gotten to a point where even mumble pop became a thing (Billie Eilish yuck).

I’m consistently unimpressed by new music, so literally all my music is older stuff.