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  • Which "Rock Star" will historians of the future remember?

    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/29/ma...=top-news&_r=1

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    Keith Richards (cue mic drop)...who is in 2nd place?

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    Does anyone get the feeling that the author is trying to get too academic about the topic? Who thinks about this stuff when you hear a band? Does the music appeal to you or not? And even that is hardly universal.
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      I ain't no schoolboy but I know what I like.

      Beethoven
      Mozart
      Ray Davies

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        IMO memorable Rock singers, more than great Rock instrumentalists, will stand the longer tests of time:

        Janis Joplin
        Otis Redding
        Freddy Mercury
        Bob Dylan
        Aretha Franklin
        Bob Marley
        ---to name a few
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          Originally posted by Goheelz View Post
          IMO memorable Rock singers, more than great Rock instrumentalists, will stand the longer tests of time:

          Janis Joplin
          Otis Redding
          Freddy Mercury
          Bob Dylan
          Aretha Franklin
          Bob Marley
          ---to name a few
          Elvis
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          • #7
            1 The weirdest ones
            2 The richest ones
            3 the ones that died young
            4 maybe the ones with talent

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            • #8
              wrong thread sorry

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