Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Fishon, Jul 8, 2013.
Peter Green - End of the Game
More guitar, same time period.
I've posted a couple of Fahey's albums in the previous thread of this nature quite some time ago. While I'm not always in the mood for his music, I maintain nothing but the deepest respect for the man himself as well as for his legacy...
When it comes to classical, I always come back to JS Bach.
Damn you, beer!
To be honest, I always thought Grand Funk was weak lyrically, a bit sophomoric and not in a clever way, and here is an example IMO. What on earth does this mean? Still a very good album and I do not dislike them.
Have you read Paint It Black lyrics? What is that song about?!?
Depression and despair. 'I [have to] turn my head until my darkness goes' - James Joyce’s Ulysses.
"I see a line of cars and they're all painted black" - The hearse and limos.
"With flowers and my love both never to come back" - The flowers from the funeral and her in the hearse. He talks about his heart being black because of his loss.
"I could not foresee this thing happening to you" - It was an unexpected and sudden death.
"If I look hard enough into the setting sun, my love will laugh with me before the morning comes" - This refers to her in Heaven.
And it has cool sitars on it.
Someone did his homework .
Ok ok, I promise, I won't listen to any Yoko Ono crappy music.
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