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Posted June 27th, 2009 at 03:40am
Friday Night...work to do...despite weatehr being beautiful.
Got a ton of Korean albums for my proposal of a radio show.
Can someone plase translate the Korean parts of these tracklists, into English, PLEASE!?
The tracklists can also be found at http://heygreenrhythm.livejournal.com/2193.html
If you can assist, I will gladly give you contributor credit on my site, once the show is up!
Posted June 26th, 2009 at 02:57pm
I did not grow up watching Charlie's Angels. Not because it was a bad show, but because I was too young to understand it.
However, Farrah Fawcett was a fine actress, beautiful woman, and definitely an influence later future blonde-bombshells in hollywood. Women killed to have her perfect hair and men would've killed to have HER.
As an 80's kid, I definitely identified more with Michael.
The entire industry owes him...MTV and music channels worldwide, music video directors, dance choreographers, fellow artists who imitate him, and yes EVEN HIP HOP.
Michael did not create the Moonwalk, but he did bring it to the mainstream. It's cause of him that the entire world, at some point in their lives, attempted to do it.
And let's not forget artists who've sampled from him/covered his work. Without the Jacksons, there would be no "OPP".
And what about the comedians/artists who've done spoofs of him (Eddie Murphy, Wierd Al?
At the height of his popularity, his arch-rival artist was Boy George. Can you picture Boy George being the King of Pop, had Michael never existed? No disrespect to Mr.George, but I'm not sure that kids would have donned the dress and long hair, the same way they did the zipper-jackets.
I'm still in disbelief that he's gone. One year after his idol, another whom Hip hop owes, James Brown.
It's like a real bad dream.