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Old 02-14-2011, 05:41 PM   #21
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Old 02-14-2011, 06:24 PM   #22
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Here's one for ya Ha. Good for the ladies too

IMHO, this is The.Sexiest.Music.Video.Ever

Good one for Valentine's day.

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Old 02-14-2011, 06:46 PM   #23
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Do you wonder how many of the people that appeared or won Grammies you would remember in 50 years like you do Streisand, Jagger & Dylan? I think the answer is 0.
I suggest this year's "Best New Artist" winner, Esperanza Spalding, has the potential to be remembered 50 years from now--even though she is primarily a jazz artist. She has just too much talent to be ignored.

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Our son and daughter-in-law took us to an Arcade Fire concert at the Holiwood Bowl a couple years ago. I think DW and I were the only ones over 35 in the whole stadium. DS thinks has been a big fan of theirs for several years.
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While I don't claim to be huge fans of theirs, I do own the Arcade Fire album that won and enjoy it. I am ecstatic that a band that approaches quality music won instead of the usual Top 40 B.S. Loved that the Black Keys won as well. And the two bands that jammed with Bob Dylan were very good too.
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I find Gaga very entertaining. I like her performances and crazy outfits too for the most part. The major exception being the raw meat dress
Yuk.
yeah that raw meat dress is way over the top!

i saw the anderson cooper interview on 60 minutes. she is really a hoot. i saw a much longer interview of her on fuse (a music tv channel) and she is pretty interesting.

i hate to dance but i love dance music. her big hits are phenomenal, i'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite. her music videos are as good as the music. she really is brilliant and not hard on the eyes either.
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