Cat Stevens

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Re: Cat Stevens

Post by vladimir » Wed Jun 11, 2014 4:42 pm

This is one guy I'd place at the top of my list: Guys I'd like to meet

There was always a spiritual element to his music: those of you who don't see it should sue lobotomy lawyers.

An incredible musician and singer/poet
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Re: Cat Stevens

Post by JBTrain » Wed Jun 11, 2014 4:53 pm

vladimir wrote:This is one guy I'd place at the top of my list: Guys I'd like to meet

There was always a spiritual element to his music: those of you who don't see it should sue lobotomy lawyers.

An incredible musician and singer/poet
Not to mention a serious audiophile. You still hear Tea for the Tillerman as demo material in the finer audio salons.
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Re: Cat Stevens

Post by Milord » Wed Jun 11, 2014 4:56 pm

Peace brother. Best fucking music ever. Literally.










Or Moody Blues, or whatever, I like to fuck to music and I think that worked.
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Re: Cat Stevens

Post by Soi Dog » Wed Jun 11, 2014 7:29 pm

vladimir wrote:This is one guy I'd place at the top of my list: Guys I'd like to meet

There was always a spiritual element to his music: those of you who don't see it should sue lobotomy lawyers.

An incredible musician and singer/poet
Definitely a major talent and a led a fascinating life, before the final conversion anyway. But he did voice support for the fatwa to kill an author for a book. How do you feel about that, Vlad? "Hi Cat, I don't agree with your philosophy on killing writers for their ideas, but I really loved Peace Train !"
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Re: Cat Stevens

Post by Sailorman » Sun Jun 22, 2014 8:29 am

There is a fine line between genus and crazy.
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Re: Cat Stevens

Post by vladimir » Sun Jun 22, 2014 9:47 am

Sailorman wrote:There is a fine line between genus and crazy.
Wildebeest are known to be crazy.

I obviously don't agree with his fundamentalist side, but if I had to stop listening to music because the writers were nuts, there would be very little to listen to.
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