the word masterpiece is used far too frequently these days,use great dont use masterpiece."We hate to even take part in the controversy."
Uh-huh. Then maybe just don't? If you hate it?
And Wagner? Seriously?
Listen to it. It's a masterpiece.
The for Britain group are bad news I think, watched a few of their videos and the main woman as well as most of those who comment blame everything on muslims and praise Trump like he's a hero. I think if you follow these groups though and watch their stuff regularly it's probably easy to fall for what they are saying. They make a few good points but most of it is angry, prejudice and just depressing to me. Morrissey is obviously an angry man but I don't think he's a racist, I hope not anyway.
the word masterpiece is used far too frequently these days,use great dont use masterpiece.
its like national treasure,past treasures were olivier,geilgud,vera lynn.these days its kylie and stephen fry.
Loving the folks on here "Sparks, yeah, they used to be OK, then they fell out with Moz, and my misplaced loyalty means I now have to say, against my better judgement, that to a particular degree I'm not willing to otherwise specify, they're rubbish"
Still don't get why these guys don't just call Moz and talk to'em.
Especially since they keep gettin' asked about him.
Not if Wish You Were Here, Dark Side Of The Moon, Animals and The Wall turn up and piss on your bonfire.Sparks are the greatest band of the 70s. Maybe not in terms of impact, but musically they knock T.Rex, Bowie, the Sex Pistols and so in into a cocked hat. Kimono My House, Propaganda, Indiscreet and Big Beat can sit pretty smugly next to the four Smiths albums.
Wow. That’s great.
As a kid, I always wondered what Rula Lenska did when she wasn’t on Celebrity Squares or some such quiz show. Now I know.
There was Rock Follies & Rock Follies 77 about a girl band trying to make it in the macho world of rock - & then a sort of follow up in the 80s about a rock star turning 40 & falling apart in a Stately Home.
It's really all theatre people sitting about wondering what's more important - art, politics or money.