Liberace Does Aquarius

Posted By: Paul - Thu Feb 09, 2017
Category: Eccentrics, Bohemians, Beatniks, Hippies and Slackers, Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art, Music, Television, 1960s, 1970s





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Say what you will about Liberace, he was a talented musician with a flair for showmanship. I think the category listings of Eccentric, Television and Music really only apply here.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 02/09/17 at 11:55 AM
I agree with KDP in OK, the following are not needed or true: Bohemians, Beatniks, Hippies and Slackers, Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art,

Liberace was the showman's showman.
Posted by Muddy Valley in McMinnville, Or on 02/09/17 at 01:58 PM
how can you apply this classification to a showman like Liberace, when you have the illustrious Madonna and equally non-talented Lady Gaga to compare
Posted by gr in arizona desert on 02/10/17 at 03:11 PM
Then again, who is the better artist: someone who has little talent but makes the best of it, or someone who has masses of talent and only uses it to play the buffoon? Liberace tried to be a cross between Victor Borge and Elton John, and he ended up as a cross between a saloon pianist and a flamingo. Talentness may not be strictly applicable, but Kitsch and Crudity? Come on, of course they are! As for Bohemians... well, just look at him.
Posted by Richard Bos in The Netherlands on 02/11/17 at 05:36 AM
If they could only remove the kitch accompaniment and leave only the piano, it would be better, especially "Let the Sunshine In". It fell like a cheesy cream sauce over garlic lobster; it's heavy, useless and makes the whole thing bland.
Posted by Yudith on 02/12/17 at 07:30 AM
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