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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Don Wassall, Feb 24, 2008.
"As long as we survive, our hope and our pride, they can't deprive."
I've been delving into white art history. I discovered this band, Trouble. They're a heavy metal band that has been described as white metal, as opposed to black metal. Here they do a version of the psychedelic classic The Porpoise Song. Listen to the extended guitar solo at the end of the song.
The Andrews Sisters were a huge musical act in the 1940s. They are best known for their song Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy. Here's a song that was a huge hit for them, Rum and Coca Cola. It was very controversial in its day with its reference to girls "working for the Yankee dollar. " Comedian Morey Amsterdam (Buddy in the Dick Van Dyke Show) tried to claim credit for lyrics that were written by somebody else and got sued for it.
The Andrews Sisters hailed from Minnesota. Overrated, over-hyped counterculture icon Bob Dylan also hails from Minnesota. To this day The Andrews Sisters have sold more records than he ever did.
Some may remember when the song One in a Million by Guns 'n Roses caused a stir because it used that most taboo of words when used by Whites, the n-word. But Guns 'n Roses was huge in the late 1980s and survived it with no lasting damage, though today they would not be able to get away with it, nor even try. Lead singer Axl Rose was thought for a while by some (including Tom Metzger) to be pro-White, but there's no real evidence of it and in recent years he's been sure to virtue signal as necessary. They were one of the last big rock bands even then as the system mainstreamed rap and hip hop and began methodically pushing talented rock groups to the margins, with MTV's arc being a great illustration.
Here's their best song (with some allusions to the beauty of White women):
Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth - Amazing dance scene - Duration: 2:38.
8 years ago
An incredible dance by two legendary Hollywood dancers of the golden era. This is a clip from the movie "You Were Never
These two could really "cut a rug" - two fantastic athletes.
Don I think I just found a new favorite song. This song is way too true to ever be made today haha. As a younger member I've really only heard the 3 songs by Guns n Roses they always play on the radio.
Nazareth wasn't a one hit wonder but they weren't far from it. But this song from the mid-1970s still kicks ass all these years later:
One of the few foreign language bands to find fame in America
I'm an ol' hard rock and metal head but I also have some commercial pop favs. This is one of them. And the marimba, yes, marimba solo in this is maybe the most famous and killer of all time. If you didn't grow up in the 70's I pity you in a certain way. Enjoy!
Mary Fahl, "Going Home." Beautiful song and beautiful spirit.
Nice! Thanks for posting this.
Here's the beloved blind singer Andrea Bocelli with a great romantic song, Sarah Brightman is also awesome:
Helluva live performance by the late great John Denver accompanied by the Boston Pops Orchestra:
Thanks much Don.
Played this at my mom's funeral. Every time I hear it, reminds me of her and her being a great mother.
At a desperate time when 99%+ of conservative Republican politicians are collaborators or cowards:
Great song. The only thing good about the current times is the world is seeing how bad the far left is around the globe. They are insane with power and blame whites for all the worlds problems. They also are chronological liars.
That song is great as well as "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler too.
And not a single non-White in the video, apparently Bonnie Tyler and whoever put the video together were "White supremacists" lol
Watching videos, movies and TV shows from even the '80s and '90s shows a mostly White America. What happened to our country in the past 20 years?
The scheme hatched in the late 60s, continued. Now in hyper mode. At my work whites, hispanics and some blacks reject all that is happening now. So there is hope.
Here are the Von Trapp singers, the real life singers on whom The Sound of Music was based. They were Austrian.
Franz von Suppe – Jolly Robbers Overture conducted by Maciej Tomasiewicz Teatr Wielki Opera Narodowa - Duration: 7:09.
Akademia Filmu i Telewizji
2 years ago
An adorable and likely future star:
Nice and refreshing videos and comments guys! In all of this it's good to remember the "good" that we are as a people. We are collectively a folk that is beloved of God. Never believe otherwise. We will not only survive but we will thrive, and whatever our enemies throw at us the best of us will rise to the top as we always have and always will.