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  • Originally posted by Jimjamesak View Post
    I would honestly not be surprised if the reasoning was “he’s from Vermont”. Like Kepler posted the country industry is pretty backwards.

    The banjo part is ironic since that sound was what differentiated the “country radio” version of early Taylor Swift songs from her “pop version” that had more guitar.
    Black banjo music stolen by whites = country.

    Black piano music stolen by whites = jazz.

    Black guitar music stolen by whites = blues.
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    • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

      Black banjo music stolen by whites = country.

      Black piano music stolen by whites = jazz.

      Black guitar music stolen by whites = blues.
      Black blues music ?????? by whites = rock and roll

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      • Originally posted by burd View Post

        Black blues music ?????? by whites = rock and roll
        Rock and roll is black guitar music stolen by whites, part 2.
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        • Cowboy music ("Western") might be white, but I strongly suspect it's stolen from Messicans.
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          • Truth.
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            • Eric Burdon and War - Spirit/Love Is All Around/Mystery Train (Live, 1971)

              Been down a Burdon rabbit hole and this might be my favorite one so far today.

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              • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                Cowboy music ("Western") might be white, but I strongly suspect it's stolen from Messicans.
                There’s a segment of rock that does this too, specifically “Desert Rock”. Queens of the Stone Age being the big one that comes to my mind at the moment. Big Mexican and Spanish influence.
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                • Originally posted by state of hockey View Post

                  There’s a segment of rock that does this too, specifically “Desert Rock”. Queens of the Stone Age being the big one that comes to my mind at the moment. Big Mexican and Spanish influence.
                  There is a tradition of Czech-Mexican music (Norteno).

                  Emperor Maximilian I brought European music to Mexico during his reign (beginning 1863) in the Second Mexican Empire. By 1864, he had accumulated marching bands and musicians to entertain him. In 1867, the Mexican Republic executed Maximilian, thereby ending the Austrian empire in Mexico. Many of Maximilian's former soldiers and fellow countrymen fled north and dispersed into what is now the southwestern United States. Norteno music developed from a blending of Mexican and Spanish oral and musical traditions, military brass band instrumentation, and musical styles such as polka and waltz.

                  European immigrants from Germany, Poland, and Czechoslovakia to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States also brought dance traditions such as the varsovienne. The focus on the accordion in the music of their home countries was integrated into Mexican music, and became an essential instrument. It was called norteno ("northern") because it was most popular in the northern regions of Mexico.
                  Last edited by Kepler; 02-20-2024, 08:06 AM.
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                  • Originally posted by Jimjamesak View Post
                    I would honestly not be surprised if the reasoning was “he’s from Vermont”. Like Kepler posted the country industry is pretty backwards.

                    The banjo part is ironic since that sound was what differentiated the “country radio” version of early Taylor Swift songs from her “pop version” that had more guitar.
                    Will be really interesting when Beyoncé's country album comes out.

                    also, for what constitutes country vs pop, I think you can just look at the Taylor swift catalog and realize the issue. It's not easy to point to one album as the official abrupt end of her country phase. Obviously Taylor Swift is is country. Obviously 1989 is not. What happens in between is murky.
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                    He's probably going to be a superstar but that man has more baggage than North West

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                    • The examples are probably endless, since all of art is derivative, and the chain of attribution is probably also endless.

                      And yeah, I realize that statement did not add much, if anything, to the conversation.

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                      • Modern country radio isn't country at all, it's just pop music with a twang. And sometimes they'll throw in a banjo, fiddle, or harmonica for authenticity.

                        A somewhat problematic artist in his own right, but this is more country than today's country is.

                        What kind of cheese are you planning to put on top?

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                        • Wheeler Walker is more country than most country artists today.
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                          Originally posted by bigblue_dl
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                          Originally posted by Kepler
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                          He's probably going to be a superstar but that man has more baggage than North West

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                          • This is why Chuck Berry went to all that trouble. Hail, hail rock & roll.
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                              • The Top 10 from this week in 1979, and then re-calculating a new Top 10 today based upon total lifetime streams:

                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdlFS6Dwqm0

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