Discussion in 'Jazz / Commercial' started by musicalmason, Feb 8, 2004.

  1. musicalmason

    musicalmason Forte User

    Dec 14, 2003
    I just saw Arturo sandoval on the gramies! he rocked it! really showed timberlake up! I was so happy to see some actual music on the grammies! If only there were more real musicians who got recognized
  2. latinjazzcat

    latinjazzcat Pianissimo User

    Nov 5, 2003
    West Virginia
  3. Krafty934

    Krafty934 New Friend

    Jan 11, 2004
    Yeah, I thought he sounded great too! Should have recorded it :cry:

    BADBOY-DON Piano User

    Jan 23, 2004
    Gig Harbor Wa.

    Nothing saddens me more than to see my beloved SANDOVAL and STING...reducing themselves to playing with that crowd of lack-lusters, they played with last night?
    Guess that is show bizz....

    Timberlake...and Sandoval!!! Talk about talents worlds apart. The Azz -n-Omega? That kiddy-larva LAKE.... should be tied to a timber and thrown into a lake!!!

    It has to be exposure or big $$$ that allows these giants of music to perform with such non-talent?

    However this hasn't been the first or last time that this kind of tragic piece of show-bizz will happen. A few years beloved Freddy Hubbard recorded with a Rap-crapper..and Dave Douglas, also has done more than his share of recording with less than stellar folks that claim to be musicians.

    Thankfully the moment with TL and Sandoval was but a breif encounter... and the highlight of this sad affair-----

    was when Sandoval litterally blew the kiddy-pornster'TL off the stage with a dubba D that was a good fair attempt at stripping all the dung off the walls that TL has been coating the wall of the entertainment tidy-bowls and grammy halls.

    But that is showbizz.......folks
    :? :twisted:
  5. Tootsall

    Tootsall Fortissimo User

    Oct 25, 2003
    Yee HAW!
    Come on, Don.... don't hold back. Tell us what you REALLY think! :)

    I agree... the whole show was a "yawner". Me 'n Thevor 'n one of our friends got together and had a good chat going in Messenger while watching/listening for any "good stuff". Arturo was about "it".

    BADBOY-DON Piano User

    Jan 23, 2004
    Gig Harbor Wa.
    That was pretty HARSE of me, huh?

    Guess that was pretty harsh of me...huh?

    I too must the end of the performance, when Sandoval and TL hugged and embraced....

    Hummm? It would seem....I am not the only one who noticed that it appeared that Little- Lava-Lake..was seen, reaching up under Sandoval's suit-coat jacket and was attempting to grip our beloved ICON's right breast?

  7. jamesfrmphilly

    jamesfrmphilly Piano User

    Oct 31, 2003
    the north philly ghetto
    yo, did you hear the trumpet player with Funkadelic?
  8. Lazorphaze

    Lazorphaze Piano User

    Feb 3, 2004
    are you kidding? "real music"?! god, the ratings for the Grammy's would go so far down, we'd be diggin' for ten years to find them. Let's face it, the general public doesn't like jazz, or instrumental.
  9. bigaggietrumpet

    bigaggietrumpet Mezzo Forte User

    Jan 23, 2004
    Nazareth, PA
    If the general public didn't care for that kind of music, why would TM and TH and Lord only knows how many other sites have as many subscribers as they do? Unfortunately, you have been brainwashed. Timberlake can't sing, neither can Spears, and rap is anything BUT music, all that is poetry and computer created drum beats. No, thank you, I believe I will stick to the true artistry of my jazz and classical works.
  10. Ash

    Ash Pianissimo User

    Jan 18, 2004
    It's defenitly true that jazz/classical/folk is NOT popular music. C'mon, pop is it's own genre. All the users on TH TM and can't be compared to the tv watching public for several reasons. 1: TH and TM members already play un-pop (trumpet isn't a pop/rock instrument) 2: TH and TM members COMBINED couldn't make a dent in the viewer ratings if we wanted to. We comprise a teensy, weensy small segement of the population, and that's most likely the way it will stay. I don't think he was arguing that pop is good and jazz/classical is bad. He merely stated the underlying reality.

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