Re: Brian, you are on stoney ground here.
Posted by: Brian ()
Date: April 11, 2001 07:07AM

Yeah , I see your point about outside writers...I've considered that, but most AOR bands at least "play" something...an instrument (lead singers are exempt obviously). To me, "musician" means having to do with a "musical instrument." But hey, there has been a lot of rap that I've enjoyed, don't get me wrong. I'm not against it, I just don't agree with labeing rappers as musicians.

Brian

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Koogles? Journey DID change music?? 88Eric Abrahamsen04/10/2001 07:45AM
Re: Koogles? Journey DID change music?? 83 koogles 04/10/2001 08:13AM
Re: Koogles? Journey DID change music?? 67Eric Abrahamsen04/10/2001 10:29AM
Re: Koogles? Journey DID change music?? 65 koogles 04/10/2001 11:47AM
Re: Koogles? Journey DID change music?? 70 Kevin 04/10/2001 12:17PM
Re: Rap / Hip-Hop 63 ddregs 04/10/2001 06:01PM
Re: Rap / Hip-Hop 60 Brian 04/10/2001 08:58PM
Brian, you are on stoney ground here. 67Surfpunk04/11/2001 04:51AM
Re: Brian, you are on stoney ground here.61 Brian 04/11/2001 07:07AM
So "voice" isn't an instrument? I must d 63joe04/12/2001 02:23AM
It's a simple question of language 55 Angus 04/13/2001 03:07AM
Re: It's a simple question of language 78 Brian 04/13/2001 06:52AM
Re: Music? 63Eric Abrahamsen04/10/2001 09:16PM
If AOR could integrate hip-hop... 63 koogles 04/12/2001 12:10AM


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