Listen: Rick, T-Bone Burnett Hall, Elton John discussed on DISGRACELAND
"Ladies, he adopted, a whole new persona made of flashy costumes and bold fashioned statements and turned his I patch into a signature cesary his years of practicing poetry storytelling set amongst rock the mic effortlessly with the different flow. Anybody had heard previous in a word. It was slick glitz, GAC and hustle, all his own stage name to match slick, Rick. All right. That's all you get. I'm stoked on this episode again it's coming at you next week on June eleven slick Rick, so all right? Let's get into what I'm listening to one reading one. I'm watching I just spun through my Spotify. Recently played list. And it's telling me that I've been listening to hall and Oates, chromium Elton John sap, T-Bone Burnett hall, and Oates because my wife and I recently heard for like the zillion time private is, but it was like we were hearing it for the first time for some reason, and try to imagine that song it sounded when it first hit Airways, we take it for granted. But at the time it was pretty groundbreaking pop production pop production to me, isn't just sugary mainstream friendly, hooks the breeze. The listener through verse chorus verse and under three minutes, and thirty seconds to me. Grape pop production figures out a way to meld the artists influences with the modern sounds and technology of the day, all in a manner. That is effortless and withstands tested time in. Oh, yeah. Has widespread mass appeal Holland oats like prince. Tom petty did this as well as anyone else in the eighties. So, yeah, I've been listening to haul notes, and I've also been listening to chrome oh, and trying to low key start dance parties in my kitchen with my two sons. And of course, I revisited honky Chateau by Elton John. It's so damn good. And finally, T-Bone brunettes, new record the invisible light acoustic space. It's great check it out, zap, lots of lots of zap because I'm reading the NWEA episodes, zap featured heavily into the big lurch episode because of their g funk influence, and here's a clip from the Bigler chip, and episode that I consider to be one, if not the best episode of disgrace."