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“The Chosen One” Music Video & Bob Seger Debate

Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by citygator, Jun 8, 2024.

  1. swampbabe

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    92 is smarter than that, you not so much. For someone that sells Christian materials online you certainly have posted some nasty unchristian things over the years. WWJD, hmm?
     
  2. gatordavisl

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    :emoji_thinking: Interesting thought . . .
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  3. channingcrowderhungry

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    Boy have I got two more hot takes for you.....
     
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  4. gatordavisl

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    Don't you dare!
     
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  5. channingcrowderhungry

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    I like them both for being revolutionaries in their genres. I respect that. But neither does it for me musically. Especially Dylan. Marley is fine but there's a lot better Reggae
     
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  6. 92gator

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    Oh boy...here we go...again...

    Let's hear who these mythical artists are who do Reggae "a lot better" than Marley

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  7. enviroGator

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    The beauty of music, is we all don't have to like the same things.
     
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  9. BigCypressGator1981

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    I can let Dylan slide. Besmirching Marley - arguably the most racially transcendental and brilliant artist of all time…

    Now we might really have to fight.
     
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  10. enviroGator

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    I almost put him on ignore for that one! lolz
     
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  11. channingcrowderhungry

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    Bob isn't even the best Marley. Ziggy > Bob
     
  12. BigCypressGator1981

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  13. channingcrowderhungry

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    Tell that to the folks defending Seger :)
     
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  14. channingcrowderhungry

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    Most people who are big Bob Marley fans can't name a single other Reggae artist. You know I'm right.
     
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  15. BigCypressGator1981

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    Most people are morons. I think most knowledgeable music fans would know about Toots, Tosh & Cliff. But none of them hold a candle to Marley. Ziggy? Was that a real opinion or are you f&cking with me?
     
  16. channingcrowderhungry

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    No, l legitimately prefer Ziggy to Bob. Ziggy has won a shit load of Grammys so it's not like my opinion is that far fetched. He's incredibly talented.

    Bob laid the foundation, and I enjoy his music fine But I've always been more of a dancehall guy over reggae anyway.
     
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  17. tilly

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    In case you havent noticed, this is a music thread now. Keep up.
     
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  18. tilly

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    I'll not to Dylan if for no other reason he was a big influence on Petty.

    Marley is really good, but his power lies in what he did for the genre and following generation.
     
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  19. BigCypressGator1981

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    I’ve seen Ziggy a few times. Including opening up for Tedeschi Trucks Band almost exactly one year ago. By FAR the best part of his show was him covering his dad’s songs which was roughly 1/3 of what he played. But ok.

    I can’t believe I’m having this argument.
     
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  20. dangolegators

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    I feel like people who are bagging on Dylan have probably only ever heard Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (the 'everybody must get stoned' song) and a couple other of the more common Dylan songs.