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Brilliant compilation I actually forgot a few of them till I stuck it in the car cd player. Not one bad track on it I love Saturday Night,It takes me back to the Disco nights. Having three 24 bars verses in a row with seriously similar arrangements sounds like a recipe for a serious snooze.
This story is not going anywhere riveting. After 8 bars of this we hit the turning point in the song. This is not a verse, this is now acting as a chorus by being repeated, exactly as is, for another 8 bars.
To me, this is another sign that this song was not written by someone sitting down and pouring their heart out, writing and rewriting until they get a gem of a song, neat and pretty with a deep message and exotic changes in E minor. It seems to me that exchange was probably more like this:. Maurice: Larry what was that riff you just played?
Larry: Which one? Maurice: you did something like la, la laaa, la la la lalala. Larry: I have no idea. I was just figuring the synth Moog just dropped off.
It was rad. Play it again. Larry: What was it? Phillip, what do you think? Etc, etc, etc…. Then we hit the bridge for 8 bars. Further cementing the falsetto perception as a chorus by gluing the bridge after it.
Then we hit a replay of the intro, first time we hear the vocoder since the beginning. Then we hit what we thought was the chorus until the verse started feeling like a chorus. Then we hit the falsetto chorus for 8 bars. Then an 8 bar instrumental break Back a falsetto chorus and fade.
A radio edit is when every song gets a crew cut instead of their original hair cut. It happens everyday. To really big bands. But that is a different discussion. The take away part here is that we have a very very very successful song that has parts that switch functions as you progress in the song, is long, and does not fit any mold whatsoever. Refreshing innit? Barnes and Jackson, who have played alongside two generations of All-Stars, will dish on the latest news and drama from on and off the court without boundaries.