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Old 02-24-2003, 02:24 PM   #181
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To each their own I said.

... And I like Norah Jones.

That's what makes life interesting. Differences of opinions.
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Oh well-that's a matter of opinion

I think many groups/artists that people here love are "over -rated", but I just keep that to myself

"Washed up" is a matter of opinion too. He's a better live performer than most of the people who were nominated last night, and can write better lyrics than most of them too.

Just wanted to add my opinion here-he certainly doesn't need me to defend him

I agree. I don't think Bruce is "washed up" either. It's an honest disagreement. I was watching my unscrewed-up version of "London Calling" and he sounded great on that thing. Wow!
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Old 02-24-2003, 04:51 PM   #183
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The clash tribute rocked. I had no idea Elvis Costello was such a punk rocker!
Then you should definately check out his early stuff. In his early days he wasn't called The Angry Young Man for nothing. Great songs with venomous lyrics. Great singer!

Oh, after seeing the pictures in this thread... Gavin, please divorce Gwen. I WANT TO MARRY HER! aahhh, yummy!

And a bit more on-topic. I want to mention one Grammy winner for which I'm very happy.
Solomon Burke won in the category Best Contemporary Blues Album (Vocal or Instrumental) with his album Don't Give Up On Me. Well deserved after so many years without even one. Thumbs up big man.
(And why is it Best Contemporary Blues Album? Doesn't Soul exist anymore? I don't mean R&B or so, but real Soul, you know, the Otis/Marvin/Aretha type)

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solomon burke played along with david letterman's band last week. he's cool.
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Grammys are just not the same without Bono's ramblings,

I thought that N-Sync did a very nice tribute to Bee Gees and the Clash tribute and Bruce Springsteen's performance were awesome, and I'm not even a Springsteen fan! He looks mighty good for his age too; sorta like a handsome retired pirate. I'm sorry to say it, but Chris Martin's spastic jig around the piano left me with unintentional giggles rather than wowed. And I got reminded again why I dislike Alicia Keys so much. Poor Norah Jones looked positively embarrassed to have won so many awards; I hope the Grammy winner curse (hello Lauren Hill) doesn't claim her as well.
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No offense taken, Angel.

I love me some Boss, though. Thank you MrsSpringsteen for providing that link!
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Question: *points* Does that say Bono?





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Who was the drummer in The Clash tribute? Anyone know?
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Wtf, I dunno why some of these are different sizes.









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Kickass.
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*coughs* could someone shrink this down for moi? Pwese?
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Those pics rock!

I made this thing too.
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angie aparo is from Atlanta. i really think Faith Hill performance was terrible. i was shocked at how bad it was. oh well i guess more people were interested in her micro-mini. and by the way good for her to have a great body after having children.

i love jazz music and do not think Norah is overrated. i think the music industry loves her right now because she is different from the popular music right now. i am sure she will fade from the mainstream scene but i am sure she will be around for awhile in the adult contemp charts and jazz scene.
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Ummmmmm....

I liked avril's performance.


Overall, the Grammys were boring.
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