Following on from Duncan's 'Shakin' Stevens' admission, time to list out this guilty pleasures.
Not quite in Shaky's league but for me a few Glam Rock bands that may have some credentials somewhere, someplace in time, The Sweet, Slade and T.Rex and some 70's UK and US Soul, Dexy's first album, The Temptations (masterpiece, what an album), Marvin Gaye and a fair bit of Tamla (in other words The Funk Brothers). TV and Film theme songs are another genre that draw me in now and then.
And then there's that Max Bygraves album......no, not really.
There's nothing I feel really guilty about, thinking about it. I mean, there might somethings, specialy in brazilian music, that is not everyone cup of tea in here, such as Secos e Molhados, but I don't feel guilty for enjoying it. I could make a poor comparison of Secos e Molhados with The Crazy World of Arthur Brown.
Post by progrockdeepcuts on Jun 5, 2014 2:40:07 GMT
There's no such thing as a guilty pleasure in music. If a style of music or artist makes you happy, go for it. I don't care if it's disco, rap, country, or prog, if it sounds good to you, there's no shame in liking it. IMO
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