Fortunes of Failure | The Road Taken
Chick Corea R.I.P. 1941-2021
GRBERENDZEN Productions 19 саат мурун
You realize that only us sound engineers know what you're talking about. Everybody else hears jibberish they'll never understand. It's nice hearing your style and choices. Some, we may agree with and others we may not.
Amadeu Liberto Fraga
Amadeu Liberto Fraga 19 саат мурун
well said, fully deserved rant. from what I've read, you can't even call that news or critique, it simply sounds like some bitter person just spilling venon. does he even know that at some point in time michael jackson bought the beatles rights? what would he have to say on that? Paul Simon is a great singer and a sophisticated composer. as timeless as the beatles if you ask me.
Sky Dawg
Sky Dawg 19 саат мурун
Rhythm of the Saints will always be a favorite of mine. That “journalist” is trying too hard to be Rolling Stone magazine.
Dan G.
Dan G. 19 саат мурун
I see the rock scene changed every 10 years. What’s disappointing is no big movement for 2010-2020. I was hoping it was going to be some of the cool indie rock, but it never seemed to go big. Then Highly Suspect, but still didn’t catch a movement. I hope something happens soon, not a fan of modern rap and pop. Very few artist I feel is worth listening to. I do dig Small Town Titians.
tjhumphreys 19 саат мурун
22 x 14 kick drum? WTH?
Gus green
Gus green 19 саат мурун
"Late in the Evening" is my favorite Paul Simon song.
jpoortman 19 саат мурун
Imagine hiring 60 people working full time in order to make sure that struggling musicians don't get any exposure on one of the most popular platforms out there, and believing you are doing it in their best interest... One of the main reasons I like this channel is because it introduces me to great music I have either forgotten about or would otherwise have never heard of (In a fun and interesting way). KGglobal should implement a system where the 'striker' has to state how many seconds of a song are actually being used or have an algorithm in place that can perfectly determine that. If it happens to be more than 30 seconds or so, the strike is automatically validated and the video is taken down. If it's shorter, it's considered fair use and nothing happens. Then two options pup up: 'I am done here' or 'I have a PROPER reason to file a complaint anyway'. The latter for cases when it actually makes sense (absolutely no credits given, unauthorized use to promote a product, unwanted political associations, etc.) and both parties can make their case in a certain amount of time, while the content is pending or temporarily de-monitized (depending on the reason given) until the case has been manually reviewed by KGglobal. If the claim is found perfectly valid and the song has been used commercially, they should have the option to claim the proceeds generated by the views. If not, they should lose some credibility as a 'copyright striker'. Three failed strikes and you're out. Something like that.
Abigail Slade
Abigail Slade 19 саат мурун
Zac de la Rouche
phantomempire 19 саат мурун
AGE GAP issues remembering who a singer is years from now ....I live here in Phoenix Az ,Alice Cooper (who lives here in Phoenix also) has a music dept building named after him at Arizona State University ,they were asking students one day (on the local TV news channel if they knew who the man was ''whos name was over the Entrance of the building ,sorry to say most of the students didn't know who Alice Cooper was...As for a music artist selling their catalog of tunes ..i remember ''' Nancy Sinatra saying her father Frank told her ''always own your Master tapes'' .look at Murray Wilson he sold the Beach boys catalog ..i heard when Brian found out what his Dad did ..he was very upset to say the least
Matt B.
Matt B. 19 саат мурун
Cream - Sunshine of Your Love? Got to be one of the best base intros
Udo Matthias drums
Udo Matthias drums 19 саат мурун
love it!!
Mr. Groove
Mr. Groove 19 саат мурун
There won't be a UMG after their next fire. As for NBC Nooz? No thanks, I'll pass. Life's too short to waste time on them.
Adam Taylor
Adam Taylor 19 саат мурун
Love seeing my fellow Torontonian Phil X on this. Used play the Phil X jam way back when, every weekend.
Jacob Bockover
Jacob Bockover 19 саат мурун
I think if drop d as an open tuning
Allan Dunn
Allan Dunn 19 саат мурун
That was a grand old rant. Really enjoyed it. And Paul Simon is a genius.
Jon Smith
Jon Smith 19 саат мурун
Watching Rick try to groove to this pop garbage is highly entertaining.
Dennis Wade
Dennis Wade 19 саат мурун
I know who Paul Simon is. Who the hell is Jeff Slate? In 200 years people will still know who Paul Simon is. No one will remember Jeff Slate.
Victor Espinoza
Victor Espinoza 19 саат мурун
I love your positivity and appreciation for the composition of music that most people would roll their eyes to.
Common Ground
Common Ground 19 саат мурун
As far as timing of why labels are interested in this "now", could it be that they want to step in before the artist passes away, and their sales spike? I suspect you'll see a lot more compilations coming out and commercial jingles of our favorite songs. Just heard one with Homeward Bound.
Monte Lorne
Monte Lorne 19 саат мурун
BeesWaxMinder 19 саат мурун
Last 2 songs would really be improved by a guitar -listening to Rick, here IMHO
Hans-Jörg Riedel
Hans-Jörg Riedel 19 саат мурун
Txs Rick! You honored the genius so beautiful! 🙏
Dave Xxx
Dave Xxx 19 саат мурун
The magical harmonies of Joni! Thank you Joni..and thank you Rick for this video... of course!
Fromulus 19 саат мурун
Rick, I love you man. Love your positivity, that you seem to be a genuinely happy person. It's always good to see. Also impressed with the speed that you can decipher songs you hear. I can do it, just not that easily. Guess doing it daily as you probably do would help.
toppsseller321 19 саат мурун
Rick has a great way of taking a song you know is great and making your realize all the small reasons why it's exceptional
Thomas Meyer
Thomas Meyer 20 саат мурун
Semloc Lusa
Semloc Lusa 20 саат мурун
A lot of these “metal” songs are caricatures of classic metal. The vocals that try to sound heavy, deep and scary yelling are actually laughable and unlistenable. I keep laughing at the vocals. They think yelling and playing fast is heavy but it gets boring very fast. Yawn....
Miyo Linux
Miyo Linux 20 саат мурун
Best video I've seen in a long time. All 3 NAILED it with the prescribed styles. :o
Know Where
Know Where 20 саат мурун
Add Ian Anderson.
Sammy SideFX
Sammy SideFX 20 саат мурун
I'm always impressed by how quickly you here the chord changes, also really liked the voicings you did on Justin Bieber's song. very nice. Learned a lot today about what I should do production and songwriting wise as far as making pop songs. However, just cuz a song has the same chords through out doesn't make it "bad" in my opinion, that's where dynamics int he production style are super important. I don't need the chords to always change on me.
Abigail Slade
Abigail Slade 20 саат мурун
Simon Cowell is a big part of it.
Doug Meola
Doug Meola 20 саат мурун
The writer of this article is completely ignorant. It amazes me how people with limited knowledge, experience and a lack of research just spew out their small minded opinions as facts. Trying to change and rearrange history, just crazy...
Peeple Eeter
Peeple Eeter 20 саат мурун
More like rick BOOMER
casillasscorer 20 саат мурун
Rick is that classic old dude who hates on everything new and also hated everything before him because that generation treated him and his music the same way he treats music today
user98xp 20 саат мурун
All these songs need your guitar.
Geo Williams
Geo Williams 20 саат мурун
Don't let 'em get to you, Rick. Ignorance abounds.
somebodykillmeplease 20 саат мурун
"I know some of you watching this never heard of SRV" >me actually watching this for the SRV part
John Francis
John Francis 20 саат мурун
6:28 please tell me I’m not the only that noticed it’s the same exact drum fill from “Court of the crimson king”
Skylab14 20 саат мурун
Nice one Rick.
Zimba04 20 саат мурун
Well spoken :)
wheelzwheela 20 саат мурун
The music industry and music in general in this modern age is pretty much garbage. Sell what is worth something now buy things that will be worth something in the future (land and gold...) and give it to your kids/grandchildren. This country is probably going to implode in the next decade better set up the people that matter most to you if you can. I know that sounds insane... but when you are 80 your mindset changes.
Rael Matthews
Rael Matthews 20 саат мурун
Dude! Nuno...Get The Funk Out. It’s immense
Abigail Slade
Abigail Slade 20 саат мурун
Rick and buddies looking for some gigs post lockdown
GHAROCK STUDIO 20 саат мурун
Wow ... great sharing on different types of EQ / filters that are very usefull for song mixing. Tq
Jesse Balfour
Jesse Balfour 20 саат мурун
I love that you love it soooo much....xox
ubeuonly 1
ubeuonly 1 20 саат мурун
Putting one marginal artist featured with another and another is just manufactured crap. And kids buy it. Garbage is garbage. No matter how u package it..crossover mass appeal sell out for money. The only motivation
nash comp
nash comp 20 саат мурун
Deftones they not change , since 90s they are constantly improving our world of music
Mr Farky Hars
Mr Farky Hars 20 саат мурун
The mainstream media can't be trusted on any subject.
C.J. Delahunty
C.J. Delahunty 20 саат мурун
Rick I always thought you were a cool dude but never did I think you were a playing on a tour bus with Marty Friedman for 5 weeks cool lol
billbrovold 20 саат мурун
There is a terrible process that has been happening with music (and art) critics the last several years, maybe even decades now. The critics are trying to position themselves as important and integral a part of what they are writing about as the artists are that are making it. The writing has become more clever, important, condescending and maybe worst of all, cute. An objective, factual and straight up informative critique is becoming progressively more and more rare. Time for Jeff Slate to move back into his successful music career where the historians will be clamoring over themselves to praise his work in 200 years.
Mike Baker
Mike Baker 20 саат мурун
To "believe" in someone to that extent requires risk. It's much less risky to do what they are doing now. Sad, because there are so many musicians out there the world will never hear.
Jason Pike
Jason Pike 20 саат мурун
I remember in the late 1980's, record companies and TV and radio were only pushing old, established artists, presumably because they saw them as a safe bet, but then they had a slump in slaes and they had to buck up their ideas. Yes, these people (Sting, Phil Collins, Aretha Franklin etc) wrote their own material so it's not quite the same thing you are talking about but I think it had the same root: The big companies are competing to dominate the mass market, but anyone and anything new will initally be in a niche market; the new strategy is really the same as the old one buit instead of old faces they put new young new faces on the front of old writers. On the other hand, some artists who started out as a puppet of their producers and publishers in the 1980's or 1990's took the oppportunity to develop their real singing and/or songwriting skills - think of Madonna, Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears- It used to be an inult to say that somebody liked their music and was to blame for them being in the charts, but not any more! By contrast Jason Donovan, for example, did nothing with the opportunity that was handed to him ona plate- he was a star who stated out with no more genuine skills than aney of them, but unlike them doesn't seem to have bothered devolpointg his skills, since if he had, he would still be a star.
Berfras 20 саат мурун
Maybe I'm old, but it seems now 'metal' is electronic music with some faded distortion in the background.
Patrick Black
Patrick Black 20 саат мурун
That E flat diminished seven is wrinkling my brain
Harley 20 саат мурун
Would love for Rick Beato to do a video on Brand of Sacrifice! .... would love to hear his opinion on their music, it's really unique and great music
Kevin 20 саат мурун
Did Whitney Houston learn something from this song? The greatest love of all
daniel cardozo
daniel cardozo 20 саат мурун
This new music is not innovating at all, rock bands were big because they always wanted to be the most creative and complex musicians from other musicians. Thats what puts rock music in another level
Jotlz 20 саат мурун
Wouldn't it be called True Pitch if they learned it
Dave Roberts
Dave Roberts 20 саат мурун
Rick, you’re a treasure. Basically, journalist really likes Dylan and the Beatles and doesn’t like Simon. Last week, was driving my daughter home from choir practice and asked her if she knew who Paul Simon is. She said no, so I played some. Then I told her about Simon and Garfunkel and we laughed at Art’s last name and played some of that. When we got to Sounds of Silence, she said, “OK, I’ve heard this one. It’s a good song.” Father/daughter bonding moment right there.
Adolfo Marineto
Adolfo Marineto 20 саат мурун
You are the best
Fromulus 20 саат мурун
Bridge Over Troubled Water is one of the most beautiful songs ever created.
ubeuonly 1
ubeuonly 1 20 саат мурун
Not musucians. The don't read or write music ir play instruments. So call it what it is. Souless manufactured garbage
Is Yaboi
Is Yaboi 20 саат мурун
Chill out my guy
Fromulus 20 саат мурун
Wow, what an absurd commentary from that guy. Simon has at least a few timeless classics. I certainly prefer his music to Dylan's. Dylan isn't bad, just not my cup of tea. More lyrical than anything.
Alexander Garcia
Alexander Garcia 20 саат мурун
In my humble opinion of the music world, there are those who use it for unmusical purposes and those who use music for it's original purpose, to create bonds in a village, community, or city or world that can transcend terrible wars big and small. At the end of the day, we all need music in whatever form is most comfortable to us. Thanks R. Beato for your content. I appreciate it more than I like to see a million dots on lines.
Michael Fong
Michael Fong 20 саат мурун
Two people van Morrison and david Crosby.
Justin MJ
Justin MJ 20 саат мурун
So times change? Brilliant, got it.
Mike Baker
Mike Baker 20 саат мурун
I'm 4:20 in, so I don't know what you will say, but IMHO the music industry isn't looking for artists any more. They want cookie cutter style celebrities that look a certain way, act a certain way, etc. And they want to churn those out like an assembly line. Get as much use and cash out of them as they can before they move on to the next one.
Harley 20 саат мурун
Rob Zombie hasn't got the sauce to make good music like he used to anymore :D
Lane Atwood
Lane Atwood 20 саат мурун
You should review The Rockyts. Their a new band that has a beachboys/ early Beatles sound to them
Gregory Mattice
Gregory Mattice 20 саат мурун
I forgot to add how awesome the band was as a whole ..... Stellar musicians!!!!!
Stephan Weiler
Stephan Weiler 20 саат мурун
Dean Rick, if possible, I‘d give you a thousand thumbs up for this video. So true, thanks for this.
Colin Carlson
Colin Carlson 20 саат мурун
The nutjobs running the nut house have a computer algorithm that removes all common sense ......... if you're only paying attention to losing music as a form of expression then you should see what else we've lost and made illegal recently........ i'm certain there is a platoon of Karen's waiting to ban music that might make you feel bad or has a swear word ....... keep up the fight , walking away from this means you're next !!!!!
Julian 20 саат мурун
I guess at least their not going 1,4,5,6 all day anymore 🤷🏻
luccacamillo 20 саат мурун
Despite the WAP chord progression not being that "interesting", I think the beat and mainly the looping voice sample gives a nice simple drive to the song. When this gets topped off by punchy and full-of-personality rapping, I don't think we have a trash song at all, and I'm an old school Rock fan. Edit: Also Them Bones is one of my least favourite Alice in Chains songs, lol.
George P
George P 20 саат мурун
thanks Rick... loved this so much:)
Brandon Jontz
Brandon Jontz 20 саат мурун
Trashy music
Is Yaboi
Is Yaboi 20 саат мурун
Yo chiiilllll
bob hope
bob hope 20 саат мурун
Hail, Hail Fredonia, land of the Freeee and the Brave
Studio G
Studio G 20 саат мурун
Note to Rick: the modern top 10 will always suck no matter how many times you do it.
Camilo Espinazo
Camilo Espinazo 20 саат мурун
Noooo, what a shame he didn't did it today so he could listen taylor's me perfectly fine
MrP 20 саат мурун
I really enjoyed the Bach example.