Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

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Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Canis lupus » 20 Mar 2017, 21:46

...never done this before? Blimey


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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Canis lupus » 20 Mar 2017, 21:58

:D We have a voter!!!! :D
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Canis lupus » 20 Mar 2017, 22:05

:D And another!!! :D
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Dr. B. Eef » 20 Mar 2017, 22:36

erm...
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Canis lupus » 20 Mar 2017, 23:21

(bites nails)

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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Canis lupus » 20 Mar 2017, 23:27

:o

WTF?!!!

A registered member of the Republican Party, McGuinn donated $2,000 to the Ben Carson presidential campaign in 2015


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_McGuinn

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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby PresMuffley » 20 Mar 2017, 23:42

It's possible that I woke up once to hear Ben Carson giving a speech, though I'm still fairly certain I never woke up.
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Bride Of Sea Of Tunes » 21 Mar 2017, 10:18

Jim (Roger) by country miles.

Johnny Marr is a good player; but he never scaled the dizzying heights of 'Eight Miles High'.

Good craftman vs. genius, this is.
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Rayge » 21 Mar 2017, 10:43

Bride Of Sea Of Tunes wrote:Johnny Marr is a good player; but he never scaled the dizzying heights of 'Eight Miles High'.

But, having created one of the great guitar sounds and singles of the ’60s, he immediately turned his back on it in favour of squabbling with bandmates, chasing the buck, the appalling miscegenation of 'country rock' and thirty years of muso tedium.
Marr was also a far better, and more prolific, writer of hooks, riffs and tunes. While McGuinn was only part of the joy of the Byrds, Marr was pretty much solely responsible for the sound of the Smiths.
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Dr. B. Eef » 21 Mar 2017, 11:17

Rayge wrote:
Bride Of Sea Of Tunes wrote:Johnny Marr is a good player; but he never scaled the dizzying heights of 'Eight Miles High'.

But, having created one of the great guitar sounds and singles of the ’60s, he immediately turned his back on it in favour of squabbling with bandmates, chasing the buck, the appalling miscegenation of 'country rock' and thirty years of muso tedium.
Marr was also a far better, and more prolific, writer of hooks, riffs and tunes. While McGuinn was only part of the joy of the Byrds, Marr was pretty much solely responsible for the sound of the Smiths.


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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Bride Of Sea Of Tunes » 21 Mar 2017, 11:22

Rayge wrote:
Bride Of Sea Of Tunes wrote:Johnny Marr is a good player; but he never scaled the dizzying heights of 'Eight Miles High'.

But, having created one of the great guitar sounds and singles of the ’60s, he immediately turned his back on it in favour of squabbling with bandmates, chasing the buck, the appalling miscegenation of 'country rock' and thirty years of muso tedium.
Marr was also a far better, and more prolific, writer of hooks, riffs and tunes. While McGuinn was only part of the joy of the Byrds, Marr was pretty much solely responsible for the sound of the Smiths.


I respectfully disagree, Rayge, but will see if I can produce valid counter-arguments today.

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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Goat Boy » 21 Mar 2017, 12:05

Whatever you think about Morrissey I think Marr was at least verging on genius for a few years.

It's no contest really
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby fange » 21 Mar 2017, 12:09

Marr, easily.
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Bride Of Sea Of Tunes » 21 Mar 2017, 12:28

I don't understand this.

Is the problem Brexit-related?

Your own comes first?
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby fange » 21 Mar 2017, 12:36

No, i'm Australian.
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Tactful Cactus » 21 Mar 2017, 12:41

Marr was technically much better but also influenced by McGuinns originality, fleeting as it was.

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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Bride Of Sea Of Tunes » 21 Mar 2017, 12:49

I give up.
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby joels344 » 21 Mar 2017, 14:09

This a tough one to pick. Both are indeed excellent players. But, Roger McGuinn for melody and innovation. Also, Marr was never involved with an album like Sweetheart of the Radio.

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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby Goat Boy » 21 Mar 2017, 14:11

joels344 wrote:Also, Marr was never involved with an album like Sweetheart of the Radio.


And thank fuck for that
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Re: Roger McGUINN v Johnny MARR

Postby joels344 » 21 Mar 2017, 14:12

Goat Boy wrote:
joels344 wrote:Also, Marr was never involved with an album like Sweetheart of the Radio.


And thank fuck for that


Hating on that country rock masterpiece? :D


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