Agent Fresco

     Posted By: Paul - Wed Jun 15, 2011
     Category: Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art | Music | Europe

The thing is, I get what he was saying before the music started. That happy dream you want to stay in with a loved on who is gone. That thought of holding on to the dream and therefore the person. A beautiful, if sad, thought. The music was nice, smooth and soft, but the lyrics were unintelegible. It was like the singer was fighting against the melody rather than flowing with it. A shame really as it could have been very good with the right vocals and lyrics.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 06/15/11 at 11:32 AM
The keyboards, strings and percussions were quite good as was the melody. But the Vox Humana could have been eliminated or replaced as it ruined the piece.
Posted by yogi in Kennesaw GA on 06/15/11 at 12:00 PM
The title reminds me of the story about the guy who goes into a tavern that has an upright piano in the rear area. There is someone at the piano playing the most beautiful tune he has ever heard. The guy goes over to him and asks if he wrote the song himself and the player replies in the affirmative. Over the next hour or so the player proceeds to play one fabulous song after another. Finally the bar patron asks if he had ever tried to get his work published. The player replies that, yes, he has sent his pieces to several music publishers but has been repeatedly rejected. The patron then asks if the player has any idea why his work has been rejected. To which the player says, "no I don't have a clue". Then the patron says he knows some people in the music business and maybe he can help and asks "what was the name of that lovely tune you were playing when I came in. The piano player replies "I'm so F*&%ing Happy I Could Just S#!t".
Posted by yogi in Kennesaw GA on 06/15/11 at 12:27 PM

I am also a teenager in a septuagenarian's body.

My music collection includes, but is far from limited to, Styx, Kansas, Concrete Blonde, Doggy in the window, Day O, and the gamut from contemporary christian to hard rock.
Posted by yogi in Kennesaw GA on 06/16/11 at 08:04 PM
'Honestly' by Styx is my husband's and my song. It played when I walk down the steps to him on our wedding day. We got married at his mother's house. 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 06/16/11 at 09:52 PM
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