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Cameo, Emotional Violence*: I actually really like me some funk, and ironically enough, it is Cameo that got me started liking funk with the classic 80s hit, "Word Up." I so wanted one of those cod-pieces that Larry Blackmon wore, but I digress. I say ironically, because this isn't the funk I like. This is funk-lite or pop-funk or something like that, and it just isn't that good at all. 5/19/15

Cameo, Emotional Violence*: I actually really like me some funk, and ironically enough, it is Cameo that got me started liking funk with the classic 80s hit, "Word Up." I so wanted one of those cod-pieces that Larry Blackmon wore, but I digress. I say ironically, because this isn't the funk I like. This is funk-lite or pop-funk or something like that, and it just isn't that good at all. 5/19/15

Cameo, soul-influenced funk group. Initially a 13-member group (created by Larry Blackmon, center)

Cameo, soul-influenced funk group. Initially a 13-member group (created by Larry Blackmon, center)

Dolly Parton, Eagle When She Flies***: This was a nice, subtle, and very sweet album to listen to late in the afternoon when it feels like the world around me is falling apart a bit. I don't mean that my own world is falling apart. I and my family are happier than ever, but the job part of my world needs a little uplifting. Dolly gave my afternoon a bit of an uplift with the sweetness contained here. Lots of fun. 2/19/15

Dolly Parton, Eagle When She Flies***: This was a nice, subtle, and very sweet album to listen to late in the afternoon when it feels like the world around me is falling apart a bit. I don't mean that my own world is falling apart. I and my family are happier than ever, but the job part of my world needs a little uplifting. Dolly gave my afternoon a bit of an uplift with the sweetness contained here. Lots of fun. 2/19/15

Funk and R & B

Funk and R & B

Color Me Badd, C.M.B.: Ha ha ha ha heh he haw ha ha haw heh huh heh huh ha ha ha haw ha haw I can't... ha ha haw.. I can't I can't stop... ha ha ha ha ha haw haw haw ha he ha oh please make it stop make it stop make it stop ha ha he ha huh heh huh the horror the horror he he he heee ha ha ha aha ah ah aaah ha ha aaah aaah aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah huh oh my god! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah make it stop!!!!!!!!!! Make it stop!!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH 3/3/15

Color Me Badd, C.M.B.: Ha ha ha ha heh he haw ha ha haw heh huh heh huh ha ha ha haw ha haw I can't... ha ha haw.. I can't I can't stop... ha ha ha ha ha haw haw haw ha he ha oh please make it stop make it stop make it stop ha ha he ha huh heh huh the horror the horror he he he heee ha ha ha aha ah ah aaah ha ha aaah aaah aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah huh oh my god! aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah make it stop!!!!!!!!!! Make it stop!!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH 3/3/15

Prince and Stevie Wonder

Prince and Stevie Wonder

Bee Gees, High Civilization***: The Bee Gees have always been sort of a chameleon to me, hopping on whatever bandwagon was trending at the time. Early psychedelic folk moving into a bit of psychedelic rock into disco and beyond. But here, their sound seems so much more authentic than ever. It may have taken them a while, but I think they finally found their own voice with their latter day albums. And I dig it, and cheesily enough, I dig the brothers Gibb. 5/13/15

Bee Gees, High Civilization***: The Bee Gees have always been sort of a chameleon to me, hopping on whatever bandwagon was trending at the time. Early psychedelic folk moving into a bit of psychedelic rock into disco and beyond. But here, their sound seems so much more authentic than ever. It may have taken them a while, but I think they finally found their own voice with their latter day albums. And I dig it, and cheesily enough, I dig the brothers Gibb. 5/13/15

Anthrax, Attack of the Killer B's****: This is the album that really and truly got me interested in Anthrax. I'd listened to a couple of their albums before this one, but there was just a bit more on this that made me really pay attention to their music. And as a result, I understand why they are included in the big 4 of thrash metal. And as far as I'm concerned, nu-metal is invited on the collaboration with Public Enemy that appears here. 3/19/15

Anthrax, Attack of the Killer B's****: This is the album that really and truly got me interested in Anthrax. I'd listened to a couple of their albums before this one, but there was just a bit more on this that made me really pay attention to their music. And as a result, I understand why they are included in the big 4 of thrash metal. And as far as I'm concerned, nu-metal is invited on the collaboration with Public Enemy that appears here. 3/19/15

Grateful Dead, One From the Vault: This may be the most dangerous album that I have ever listened to. I say that because I listened to it in my car heading on a quick road trip to Augusta. It nearly put me to sleep on the highway... and we all know how that would turn out if it actually happened. Anyway, this one was boring as shit, and I again ask the question, what is so great about the Grateful Dead? 3/18/15

Grateful Dead, One From the Vault: This may be the most dangerous album that I have ever listened to. I say that because I listened to it in my car heading on a quick road trip to Augusta. It nearly put me to sleep on the highway... and we all know how that would turn out if it actually happened. Anyway, this one was boring as shit, and I again ask the question, what is so great about the Grateful Dead? 3/18/15

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Homebase***: I remember this duo as being fairly juvenile and childish when they first started out. "Parents Just Don't Understand" and "Girls Are Nothing But Trouble" gave me that impression. But this album is much more mature. Here, they drop the light-hearted juvenalia for such killer grooves as "Summertime," "Who Stole the DJ," and even "Ring My Bell." A solid effort from the future movie star and his DJ. 3/4/15

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Homebase***: I remember this duo as being fairly juvenile and childish when they first started out. "Parents Just Don't Understand" and "Girls Are Nothing But Trouble" gave me that impression. But this album is much more mature. Here, they drop the light-hearted juvenalia for such killer grooves as "Summertime," "Who Stole the DJ," and even "Ring My Bell." A solid effort from the future movie star and his DJ. 3/4/15

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