Little Richard

Debates and Opinions

Debates

  • I will not break a rule.

    Con failed to provide The lyrics of an Elvis song, for The PART of a song he posted (Wop-bop-a-loom-a-boom-bam-boom tutti frutti au rutti tutti frutti au rutti tutti frutti) is not an Elvis song but originally created by Little Richard and is not officially an Elvis song, and apologies for this sentence being so long. Con now must post a Japanese video that is over two minutes that contains no people, only animals, or else Con will lose and Elvis will become a cannib My Master stated "is not an Elvis song but originally created by Little Richard and is not officially an Elvis song" Most current artists do not write their own lyrics and yet the songs are considered their songs.

  • Queen is easily the most popular and influential band in the history of the post-Beatle era.

    Little Richard 11. However, the one argument you didn't address is perhaps the strongest and most obvious. I will concede all the influence the Beatles had prior to 1970 (which, in itself, is significant) and yet strongly contend that the influence exerted by the Beatles in the post-Beatle period (1970-2007) is easily greater than Queen.

Opinions

  • Was Britain the biggest influence in rock 'n' roll?

    America was the beginning of everything In the 1950s, as American Rock and Roll started to arrive in Britain and the rest of the world, singers like Cliff Richard and the Beatles in the UK, Bobby Solo and Little Tony in Italy, Johnny Holiday in France, Brendan Bowyer in Ireland etc. If you go to their museum in Liverpool you can see the set list for their first concerts, it was all covers of Elvis, Little Richard, Jerry Lee etc.

  • Was John Lennon the most influential musician of all time?

    Among his influences were many Rock N Roll musicians, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, etc.

Polls

  • Who is the best guitarist of all time?

    Soon afterward, he moved to Clarksville, Tennessee, and began playing gigs on the chitlin' circuit, eventually earning a place in the Isley Brothers' backing band and later finding work with Little Richard, with whom he continued to play through mid-1965. Soon afterward, he moved to Clarksville, Tennessee, and began playing gigs on the chitlin' circuit, eventually earning a place in the Isley Brothers' backing band and later finding work with Little Richard, with whom he continued to play through mid-1965. Soon afterward, he moved to Clarksville, Tennessee, and began playing gigs on the chitlin' circuit, eventually earning a place in the Isley Brothers' backing band and later finding work with Little Richard, with whom he continued to play through mid-1965.

  • Who's your favorite musician who sings about politics?

    Initially inspired by the performance style of Little Richard, and the songwriting of Woody Guthrie, Robert Johnson, and Hank Williams, Dylan has both amplified and personalized musical genres. His Born In The USA album expressed his strong feelings about politics at that time.

Forums

  • Top 10 favorite songs you like

    In order: (1) The cure (2) Death in Vegas (3) Gorilaz (4) Bonobo (5) Mattifix (6) Explosions in the sky (7) The Beatles (8) Air (9) The horrors (10) Kings Of LeonSurvivor Guilt - Rise Against Inertia Creeps - Massive Attack Cult - Slayer Blowing in the Wind - Bob Dylan Zombie - The Cranberries I was Only 19 - Redgum Polly - Nirvana Bullet in the Sky - U2 God Save the Queen - Sex Pistols Killing in the Name - Rage Against the Machine Not in any particular orderHmm....Basically anything by afrojack.Ten songs I would give my full endorsement: Lithium - Nirvana Creep - Stone Temple Pilots Your Eyes - Peter Gabriel natual blues - Moby (also everloving) Air on a G string - Bach (also Little Fugue in G minor, especially on organ) La Pathetique - Beethoven (also Moonlight Sonata) Shook Ones, part II - Mobb Deep Hello - Evanescence Long Tall Sally - Little Richard Dream On - AerosmithVindicated - Dashboard...

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