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    Re: What's your secret musical pleasure

    Eiffel 65 - Blue (Da Ba Dee) - YouTube

    I think that's more ashame-worthy.

    But I like it to a degree.

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    THE SCATMAN - Scatman John HD1080p - YouTube

    That should have been included in the montage.

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    Re: What's your secret musical pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by MRD View Post
    Got into a long musical discussion with friends last night and while we talked about a lot of really good and varied music, we got around to talking about what is the one band or singer or group that you don't want anyone else to know you listen too?

    Before I could even answer it, my husband blurted it out for me.

    I love all kinds of music, but rock is my favorite and The Rolling Stones are my very favorite band.

    But when I'm alone, sometimes I listen to John Denver. And my family teases me mercilessly about it. I also like Disco era Bee Gees. Jive Talking came on the radio the other day and I was so thrilled. But I would have changed the radio station had anyone else been in the car with me.
    But I really love some John Denver songs. And they make both my husband and daughter groan when they catch me listening to him.

    So who do you listen to that is your secret you wouldn't normally let out?
    John Denver as your uplifting shortcoming. How sweet. Makes sense too. Considering those that couldn't begin to understand, not having stood there.

    Your post reminds me of a time in the late '70's. I'm in the Marine Reserves in Sacramento, California, making up some time I'd missed on a weekend. There I am, listening to (I believe) KYHL, which is playing some wickedly good ( to me tunes). I''m listening to one song, thinking for a moment about how good it is, another to the long, long, time since I've heard it, and then, realizing WHY it was that I haven't heard it for so long, looking about to see who may have witnessed me digging music so out of step with the norm.

    Since then, I've become more able to embrace what I like and to growl or worse at those trendy wusses that don't. Liking wussy music only defines you as a wuss is you allow others to do the defining. I bite back instead.

    Edited to add: Walk in OUR shoes, babies.

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    Re: What's your secret musical pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyK View Post
    Should I be ashamed of loving this song on continuous repeat?:

    Haddaway - What Is Love (HQ) - YouTube


    I found this amazing video with a lot of similar 90s hits:

    90s Dance Music: Hi Energy Dance Hits from the 1990s - YouTube

    I like a lot of those, too.
    I like that song too.
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    I feel like those are all feel good songs that we could all use at one time or another. It's upbeat without being vulgar like gangsta rap.

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    Re: What's your secret musical pleasure

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyK View Post
    I feel like those are all feel good songs that we could all use at one time or another. It's upbeat without being vulgar like gangsta rap.
    My husband sometimes rolls his eyes at what I listen to. I like traditional rock, punk, pop, country.... anything. I like deep meaningful songs with real messages, but sometimes its nice just to hear a full out silly fun song.
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