Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

When laughter meets percussion

  1. I understand the issues with fat old sun but it’s so nostalgic and sweet sounding to me that I can’t help but love it

  2. I'm glad someone mentioned her. Marie was sweet, for all her flaws she didn't deserve to lose her husband and be betrayed by pretty much her entire family.

  3. Marie is a kleptomaniac who spends her time impersonating people (fraud). She time and time again uses her connections to get herself out of situations she's been put in, seeing herself as above the law. She's a hypocrite.

  4. she is mentally ill and a hypocrite so she deserves to have her husband killed and her family torn apart? lol ok

  5. But why's the inside of the ear partially grey? /s

  6. Damn I clicked this expecting to get some nerd outrage but nope this guy is very thoughtful in his commentary. That youtuber is definitely a Major Dude.

  7. What about Cousin Dupree? I wouldn't call that happy, but tongue-in-cheek

  8. Name a recording act who was great in the 70s and 90s, there’s almost zero

  9. Summer '68 feels like a Beach Boys song

  10. That's nonsense. The Well Temperament of Bach was NOT equal temperament. We don't know exactly what it was, but we have other examples of well-temperaments from his day, and they were decidedly unequal.

  11. Although the Well-Tempered Clavier was the first collection of fully worked keyboard pieces in all 24 keys, similar ideas had occurred earlier. Before the advent of modern tonality in the late 17th century, numerous composers produced collections of pieces in all seven modes: Johann Pachelbel's magnificat fugues (composed 1695–1706), Georg Muffat's Apparatus Musico-organisticus of 1690 and Johann Speth's Ars magna of 1693 for example. Furthermore, some two hundred years before Bach's time, equal temperament was realized on plucked string instruments, such as the lute and the theorbo, resulting in several collections of pieces in all keys (although the music was not yet tonal in the modern sense of the word)

  12. So, I know you think because you've read a wiki article you're an expert, but I've read several books on exactly this subject. Enough to know both a) that I'm not an expert, and b) that you don't know what you're talking about.

  13. The point was that 12-TET wouldn't have been "completely alien" to the classical composers. At that point they would have been exposed to multiple tuning systems. That's not knowledge I gained from a wiki article, that's knowledge I gained from doing my masters degree in music.

  14. N-n-not th-these. These smell like b-b-bandaids.

  15. People always talk about how Walter turned into this horrible villain in the end, but I legit think that this attempted rape--all the way back in early S2--was one of the worst things he ever did.

  16. The dude was just hanging brain...

  17. It almost makes sense that way but I’d say it’s more of a nod to Weekly World news

  18. Also Camel and Jethro Tull. You can't go very wrong with any prog/psychedelic band from that era

  19. I love Camel and Jethro Tull, but I wouldn't describe that anywhere close to Pink Floyd. They each have quite unique aesthetic. But if you like one, you're bound to like the other. I recommend the Italian band Goblin, and since it's around Halloween, put on the album Roller. It's perfect for this time of the year, which makes sense since they're best known for their work on soundtracks to Horror movies.

  20. Who is that in the back between Kevin and Creed?

  21. He is a real bastard that you love to hate disliking him because he is a real genuine piece of shit to bad people in this universe

  22. In the early seasons. He also experiences humility and other forms of character growth as the story progresses.

  23. Hank is the one man who match Walt's brilliance in his respective field. Even when everyone thought he was nuts, time and time again he was right. For example with his hunch about Fring, and then his ultimate undoing of Walt. If the show wasn't a tragedy, it would have ended with Hank bringing in Walt. Unfortunately, where Walt is also incredibly lucky, Hank is not.

  24. Fr. They probably work 18 hours a day. Many in the entertainment business in Korea are worked to death.

  25. Crohn's? I thought it was IBS, which is why he starting taking Heroin.

  26. I always thought it was because Sonic Highways was the follow up to Wasting Lights, one of their most acclaimed albums and people thought it was a let down. Nevertheless, people need to listen to it fully!

  27. I thought it was because Dave had just made huge deal about the fact that he bought the mixing board from Sound City, then they went and made an album using 8 separate studios that weren't that one.

  28. I know the CGI hasn't aged well, but The Mist when the first attack takes place. We go from a world that's pretty grounded in realism to all of a sudden thrusted into some Sci Fi mode.

  29. I had an open back Marshall combo years ago and used a 57 right up on the speaker and a 58 on the back of the speaker... hard panned each signal left and right and it sounded so good. One of the coolest stereo sounds I've ever gotten on one performed track.

  30. Interesting! I never even considered micing the back of the speaker. I'll try it out.

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