Why do songs from 40-50 years ago still sound great?
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Stuff by the kinks, fleetwood mac, cockney rebel, beach boys.....
- KittycatLv 53 weeks ago
Back then people had to be professionals in music. Today anyone can get into music and do whatever and however they want. 40+ years ago people needed real talents to get into the music industry but sadly it's not like that anymore.
- VelaLv 61 month ago
there's no reason why they shouldn't
- smitrixzLv 61 month ago
they took time to learn how to sing ,how to arrange songs and actually play there instruments well, it was a great time for great music and they had integrity to deliver the goods
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- BloatedtoadLv 61 month ago
I'll put a link to a few and I'll go in chronological order so as to get a sense of evolution as you go through these [note the date above each video]:
The Five Discs
New York Dolls
- JamesLv 71 month ago
Because there were real musicians back then. They wrote their own songs. They played real instruments. And they had to work much harder to market themselves.
- Anonymous1 month ago
It's not hard to beat disco, punk, hip/hop, rap, grunge, techno, or whatever other kind of music came out since then.
- Dead inside♀️Lv 61 month ago
Because that's our generation
- conley39Lv 71 month ago
Because there was a lot of good music then.
- ANDRE LLv 71 month ago
Everything that the Beatles recorded. Ditto for Led Zeppelin.