I have to second Aspeitia's opinion, though I guess because I don't
think the people who need to hear will be listening. And, never been
too fond of Vadim, so I guess it comes off on his guests. No matter,
because the revolution will be televised, webcast, etc., but, know
one will know it for what it is;)
She also does that Nike commercial right? Got to listen closer.
>"Annoying and tiresome" ? Nah, political and pointed...straight at the
>'other' gender. Maybe it's a woman t'ing. :-)
>(not intending to start a flame war or new thread here....lol... it's all a
>matter of taste and perspective)
>I agree though that the Dana Bryant version is wicked, in a different way
>mind you. I never heard the Labelle cover and would love to. Was it on a
>full-length? Thanks for the tip. Ciao for now.
>aspeitia axel arturo barcelo wrote:
>> My opinion (for whatever is worth) of 'Your Revolution" is completely
>> opposite to Denise's. I find it annoying and tiresome. . . but it may be
>> because I got Scott-Heron's original version recently and her new version
>> seems just so. . . gratuituos. Dana Bryant's version (on Giant Steps vol.
>> 1) is a much better (if 10 years old) update.
>> btw Labelle did another cover
>> back in 1997, right? has anyone heard it?
>> On Wed, 11 Oct 2000, Denise Benson wrote:
>> > I'm totally digging the new remixes of "Your Revolution," the Nappa mix
>> > in particular. I could swear though, I've heard a more uptempo, jazzy
>> > remix of this track than the new 12" on Ninja. Anyone know of such a mix
>> > or am I inventing it in my music-filled daydreams? I would hunt down
>> > practically ANY mix of this track as it's a winner and heart-warmer for
>> > its spot-on verbal flow.
>> : www.mp3.com/drxl :
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