I have an old soul and all the songs these days, though catchy, seem to have a monochromatic theme consisting of all the joy that the material things in life can give you.
Old School music (in my mind I am still very young) just seemed to have a message that was individualized to the particular artist. You could tell who you were listening to as soon as the song started.
It’s hard to tell a true singer anymore, oops these days they are called artists due to the excessive use of the synthesizer and lack of singing talent. Oh well what was the point I was trying to make?…oh yeah I never get sick of these three songs…all I have to do is turn up the volume, and I feel like I can sing too. They are the perfect accompaniment to mind numbing house work and when you feel down, nothing can beat the antidote of screaming like Mariah.
I love Patti Labelle, big hair, big soulful voice, shiny and boldly designed outfits that I can never picture myself wearing, with a powerful message in her songs.
Whitney just wanted to dance, end of story!It gets the point quickly and you know she really means it because she shakes up a guy to make her point.
I have spent years screaming Mariah’s songs in the house much to my family’s chagrin and have yet to nail those notes. She-in my opinion- is the epitome of talent.
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