I love the Postmodern JukeBox. I was a 60's, 70's and early 80's guy, whose interest in modern music fizzled in the mid 80's. Give me a group of real musicians, real singers without EFX and a catchy tune and I am all in.....with the exception of 98% of country (Sorry, just can't get into it even though I have lived in the Middle Tennessee region for 35 years)You asked . Once a week, I'll play something from Roy Clark, Gary Moore, Postmodern JukeBox (Scott Bradlee changes the genre and/or decade of songs, sampling below), or go classical with Chopin.
+1 on the songs telling a story. Dire Straits "Sultans of Swing" is probably my all time favourite and i cant see it changing lol.Ok so don’t listen to this during the busy day. Wait until the quiet of the evening, make yourself a drink, then make another.
Turn down the lights, fire up a cigar, if you’re fortunate to have a good sound system or at least a pair of good headphones, all the better.
Sit back unwind, and let Mark Knopfler tell you a story..
Robert Palmers video needed a choreographer that got the chicks legs dancing in sync. Still, was a great tune from the 80's. The other video was exact same stuff we saw at the Gym back in 1986. Obviously, nothing has changed except a newer generation falling for the same old "Sex Sells Lifetime Gym Memberships" scam.I'm not sure about the music but the video is artistically somewhere between these 2
Apologise in advance to any Steve Winwood fans