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3 Stars 37%  37%  [ 10 ]
2 Stars 15%  15%  [ 4 ]
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 Post subject: Re: Song of the Moment: Glorified G
PostPosted: Fri June 03, 2016 11:37 pm 
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Why "hunting"

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Like, why the quotation marks. Were they not really hunting?

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I think because hunting with automatic or even semi-automatic rifles is not really a fair hunt. Here it's mostly bow-hunters. When those guys bag an elk with a bow, I have to say that I'm impressed.


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I think because hunting with automatic or even semi-automatic rifles is not really a fair hunt. Here it's mostly bow-hunters. When those guys bag an elk with a bow, I have to say that I'm impressed.


Yea, pretty much. Just doesn't really seem like hunting when one has such an enormous advantage, even some bow hunters can hit shots from 50+ yards away. Seems less like hunting and more like murder the easier it gets.


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Ed sounds great on this.

http://youtu.be/zd2xEi_thBM

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This just reminds me that mikejasond disappeared just as suddenly as he appeared.

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I've always had this one far down on my list despite liking Ed's vocal style with some catchy pop guitar work and the outro is good. The whole has never added up to the individual strengths to me.
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Living in MT is slowly changing my outlook on "gun nuts." I recognize those people exist, and they still terrify me. But MT seems unique in that the gun-lovers here are true freedom lovers: they love transgender people, they love the environment, and they love guns.

I see a lot of definite "gun nuts" where I live. Confederate flag on big obnoxious truck, mouth full of chewing tobacco, dead animal in back of obnoxious truck after "hunting," Trump bumper sticker, the works. Glorified G really speaks to my inner hatred of these kind of people.

Liberal condescension toward conservative stereotypes is the lamest, most boring thing in the world, and only ever makes art banal and embarrassing.

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I fucking love this song.

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Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

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Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

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evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

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PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

Is the "country guitar line" the main hook?

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evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

Is the "country guitar line" the main hook?

has to be. It has a certain twang.


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evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

Is the "country guitar line" the main hook?

I think it's a safe assumption.

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PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

Is the "country guitar line" the main hook?

I think it's a safe assumption.

"Opposite end of the groove spectrum" really gets me goin'.

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evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

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"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

Is the "country guitar line" the main hook?

I think it's a safe assumption.

"Opposite end of the groove spectrum" really gets me goin'.

Hence the boner.

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PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

Quote:
"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

Is the "country guitar line" the main hook?

I think it's a safe assumption.

"Opposite end of the groove spectrum" really gets me goin'.

Hence the boner.

New sig?

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evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
evenslow wrote:
Can anyone clarify what the fuck Bossman is talking about here?

Quote:
"Glorified G" was one that went through a series of changes, and barely held together the whole time. We all knew there were melodies and riffs in it we liked. But even listening to the song right up to the mixing stage I was going, "Does this work at all?!" Here was Mike playing a very up, country guitar line while I'm playing this choppy down riff on the opposite end of the groove spectrum. Meanwhile, Jeff's got this totally other bass line going that's not really steady, and he's going off in a melodic direction, too. So there's not really anybody holding it down, and Dave's got to decide either to play it more the country way or play it the funky way. There was this precarious balance, and then suddenly the bridge comes in from out of the blue, which, if Eddie doesn't sing it just right, sounds sort of foreign. Finally, it never goes back to the chorus at the end, it turns into something else."

Well, I'm aroused.

Is the "country guitar line" the main hook?

I think it's a safe assumption.

"Opposite end of the groove spectrum" really gets me goin'.

Hence the boner.

New sig?

It probably should be, but I drop a bomb like this nearly every single day.

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