What Makes This Song Great? Ep.99 THE CARS
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Cassidy McHugh
Cassidy McHugh 4 цагийн өмнө
Couldn’t stop laughing when you told us what Layla did 🤣 cheeky bastard
Emerald Wood Archives
Emerald Wood Archives 4 цагийн өмнө
Tom is really brilliant. Dude got the record label to release an album by a nonexistent band. The original bedroom producer, but he happened to sell millions of albums. That tune is so fucking good.
enorth15
enorth15 4 цагийн өмнө
I'll throw in Dust in the Wind.
Pasquale
Pasquale 4 цагийн өмнө
We god damn miss the Rock n Roll on all.!!! Thats it
James Daley
James Daley 4 цагийн өмнө
Rick you should do a what makes this song great video on 311's Amber which came out in the early 2000's.
What would I know
What would I know 4 цагийн өмнө
How about Sin's A Good Man Brother- Grand Funk. Especially when the lead & bass come in!
Fritha71
Fritha71 4 цагийн өмнө
I'm pretty sure most people over 40 have very little time for today's pop - so this includes even the younger part of Gen X. I'm 49 so core Gen X and we may be the most opposed to modern Top 40 pop because we grew up with classic pop all around us in the 80s and early 90s. Boomers didn't even really like THAT stuff, lol - at least those like my Dad who were born in the late 1940s or my Mom who was born i the early 1950s. Rick could be thought of as part of Gen X already, especially since he is a musician and was obviously well versed in rock and pop music, unlike my Dad who would have listened to The Beatles in his youth but had no time for anything made after the 70s...
Josh Diaz
Josh Diaz 4 цагийн өмнө
Matt Pinfield worked on WRXP here in New York from 2008-2011. He was great in this market
C G
C G 4 цагийн өмнө
👍
robert wheeless
robert wheeless 4 цагийн өмнө
Goosebumps! Chills! Innovative, creative, astounding! What a fantastic idea. Frampton nailed! Eddie Van Halen resurrected from the dead! Eric Johnson has been one of my favorite"unknown"guitarist since I first heard a via musiccom in 1989. I have a big mouth, and a gift for gab and I'm speechless!
Stefan Nordström
Stefan Nordström 4 цагийн өмнө
Really cool segment, awesome to see you do your thing live :)
Jarrett McGregor
Jarrett McGregor 4 цагийн өмнө
Smashing Pumpkins, RATM and Oasis blew out. Metallica kept going. And PJ and U2 are still relevant!
Ricardo Pinto
Ricardo Pinto 4 цагийн өмнө
Hi Rick. Maybe if statistical data were available we would find that on average the success period of a band is short. Maybe this is would be true not only in the year 2000
BoogieManPHD
BoogieManPHD 4 цагийн өмнө
Where does Faith No More fit into your theory?
Bonavon Vovo
Bonavon Vovo 5 цагийн өмнө
I think CC Deville from Poison and Hideto Matsumoto from X Japan both deserve to be on this list.
Scott Frobel
Scott Frobel 5 цагийн өмнө
Today's pop?? No thanks!
Vishnuprasath K
Vishnuprasath K 5 цагийн өмнө
Key of the song Anyone???
Leo Boutilier
Leo Boutilier 5 цагийн өмнө
The Black Album or Metallica's self titled album was the beginning of the end.
masked mofo
masked mofo 5 цагийн өмнө
too many adds
Joe La Bianco
Joe La Bianco 5 цагийн өмнө
Love the channel Rick ! Finally someone with music knowledge !! Have not see the end of this video yet ! , but am betting all in 💰 💰 💰...... QUEEN.... WE WILL ROCK YOU !!! Oh ya baby ....PAY UP !!! I knew it , how could you not know Da........... Joe .... Navy Veteran
Mspec 507
Mspec 507 5 цагийн өмнө
What a brilliant song arrangement. Most of the arrangements of his songs took into account a live show feel. A lot of dynamics in the song. Every second of the song teases the listeners emotion. You don't find an artist like Bruno often. Amazing lyricist, song producer, a vocal like no other, an amazing dancer, charismatic and powerful showmanship.
Pinoy Indie SG
Pinoy Indie SG 5 цагийн өмнө
you heard the sus4 at the G chord refrain amazing
Joe La Bianco
Joe La Bianco 5 цагийн өмнө
1.2 K idiot's again ?
henderstoned
henderstoned 5 цагийн өмнө
This man gets it! the eye or ear of the beholder there is still beauty even in over produced and engineered 🎶 music
1pensar
1pensar 5 цагийн өмнө
What a cool shirt
Mr Bungle
Mr Bungle 5 цагийн өмнө
In my opinion that alternative to nu metal was the worst era of rock/metal music ever
henderstoned
henderstoned 5 цагийн өмнө
Watching Rick do his thing is like watching...The engineering version Bob Ross only WAY 😎 COOLER and its music!
James kershaw
James kershaw 5 цагийн өмнө
Kyuss - Un Sandpiper all day!
Ameet Hindocha
Ameet Hindocha 5 цагийн өмнө
Introduce yourself Faith No More
Julian Langan-Fox
Julian Langan-Fox 5 цагийн өмнө
Really good video. Great shirt Rick.
Bunnybeetle
Bunnybeetle 5 цагийн өмнө
A-Ha!
David Sharp
David Sharp 5 цагийн өмнө
My condolences Rick. Such a sweet, touching video. Thank you for sharing it. ❤️
Parick Henry
Parick Henry 5 цагийн өмнө
Fiona is as relevant as ever.
Roeland Rutgers
Roeland Rutgers 5 цагийн өмнө
No mentioning of the disastrous Woodstock '99 festival; making everybody kind of fed up with this aggresso-music?
matotuHELL
matotuHELL 5 цагийн өмнө
I missed Bombtrack by RATM. Would by Alice in Chains is my favourite on this list.
henderstoned
henderstoned 5 цагийн өмнө
6:50 when this man says “I don’t have the chops to do it...” after watching Rick Beato play some of Eddie VanHalen...well else can you say!!!
Joshua Paroubek
Joshua Paroubek 5 цагийн өмнө
Sabbath?
Mark Wilkins
Mark Wilkins 5 цагийн өмнө
John Fahey?
vico 10x
vico 10x 6 цагийн өмнө
So what are going to happen with rock now folks? Because this already happened 21 years ago and it's rolling on
Mark Wilkins
Mark Wilkins 6 цагийн өмнө
No Mother Maybelle or Merle Travis?
lancasterphoto
lancasterphoto 6 цагийн өмнө
Goddamn I love this song. I loved it the day it came out, and I still love it the same way now. Thanks for diving into it!
Mike Cannon
Mike Cannon 6 цагийн өмнө
I despise the perfect music we have now, I especially dislike the vocal style that has become so prevalent. People sing in this weird put on slushy accent, its awful. Its become like the voice is the most important element so everyone is going for this homogenised perfect vocal. I am a musician, I use a laptop to record because, well I'm poor. But I plug in my own instruments (except drums, I live in a small flat and have respect for my neighbours). I appreciate the happy mistakes in my music. If anyone reads this and wants to check out my stuff on youtube, I'm called Pizza Weasel.
Irakli Devdariani
Irakli Devdariani 6 цагийн өмнө
Smashing Pumpkins?
henderstoned
henderstoned 6 цагийн өмнө
Not for nothing people should be begging you to replay their old tunes and reinvigorate audiences I’ve sold a lot of my 💿 s as I’ve bought them again online! I’ve forgot how good the music from that year was!!!
Nick Nicometi
Nick Nicometi 6 цагийн өмнө
Ricky: that 90's band list ia soooo much better than the post-2000 band list. Love a few of those bands, Counting Crows, Gin Blossoms, and I had wondered WTF happened to them?! I think you can elaborate on this topic, maybe a sequel.
Cassidy McHugh
Cassidy McHugh 6 цагийн өмнө
Rick you got the coolest hairstyle ever
Prancy Pooch
Prancy Pooch 6 цагийн өмнө
I'm late to the party on this video, but I feel it is one of the MOST important topics you have done. I am a few years older than you, and grew up with the all the 1960's music like The Byrds (remember sytars?) The Beatles, Stones, Doors, Cream etc. What made those groups so great were the "imperfections." They were part what made the songs and groups so real. And now, even some of those songs have been cleaned up and "perfected" in the digital era. Case in point, the Beatles song Nowhere Man had a small bit of feedback at one point, but it added real character to the song. Now, you can only buy the song with it "cleaned up." It's gone, and so is that anticipated point in the music. Or how about when Clapton came in on the wrong beat playing Crossroads. People thought it was genius. My uncle was an executive with Ampex back in the day when their multitrack machines were one of the gold standards in recording. The first Ampex 8-track recorder, installed in Les Paul's home studio in 1957, cost a pricy $10,000. It was installed by David Sarser and became known as the "Octopus." Then came 16, 24 tracks etc. There was a golden richness and quality to well engineered recordings. Musicians AND recording engineers had to do their homework, and you really had to know your craft for best results. I have some of the Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs UHQR series records with richness that gives their CD counterparts a run for their money. But that was back in the day when they would go back to the original multitrack master and half speed the making of the metal mother for superior sonic accuracy. They were expensive and limited, but what a listening experience on a good sound system. Enjoy all your great videos. You help us discover new dimensions in music with a better listening ear. Love the enthusiasm and expertise you share in the gift of hearing:)
Nick Nicometi
Nick Nicometi 6 цагийн өмнө
I shoulda known that POS Clinton had to be responsible. The media consolidation started then and now They seek to screen and monitor what We can see and listen to. Also, North Korea became nuclear capable via Bill Clinton's policies. Just sayin.
A Wanderer
A Wanderer 6 цагийн өмнө
I have an exam in an hour. Thank you!
BlueStingerAlive
BlueStingerAlive 6 цагийн өмнө
Fantastic interview.
Vaidotas Darulis
Vaidotas Darulis 6 цагийн өмнө
There's a good recent video by Finn McKenty (Punk Rock MBA) where he basically explains how rock music relevance went down when it just simply stopped being fun. Cultural relevance requires larger than life personalities doing larger than life things, no one cares about musicians complaining and crying at society or whatever in their music videos and being all serious cause ,,it's art dude''
Chronic Culcha
Chronic Culcha 6 цагийн өмнө
Pop Punk were big in the early 2000s
henderstoned
henderstoned 6 цагийн өмнө
No pro tools no auto tune TOO FUNNY!
5T3LTH
5T3LTH 6 цагийн өмнө
the ceos of those 6 media companies have something else in common, but if i tell you what i will be in trouble
kevin jones
kevin jones 6 цагийн өмнө
Rick you need to highlight Hackett and Howe before I unsubscribe and take every other self respecting fan with me. Are you deaf?
Tim Wallace
Tim Wallace 6 цагийн өмнө
its the same as why rock got killed by the eagles. Its good guitar based rock and then the eagles come and its all of a sudden country rock and that killed rock and brought up disco. Nirvana soundgarden pearljam was fine but then the mellow heads came along so to blow that out all of sudden its metal rock way more aggressive. When eras try to mellow out music and it becomes poprock then the alternative is always a harder edge. Now you have hip hop which smothered music. Rock and even decent music is dead and gone. This is why cover bands on youtube are making headway nobody wants to listen to that garbage anymore
mrkblmy123
mrkblmy123 6 цагийн өмнө
So much lush complexity in Sting’s writing. Yet it’s so appealing and consumable. The GOAT. Thanks for showing us what’s behind the why we love Sting and The Police, Rick.
Think About it
Think About it 6 цагийн өмнө
I was thinking fall apart post Malone
Recycle Bin
Recycle Bin 6 цагийн өмнө
heh metal isnt even music anyhow
Weirdunclebob V
Weirdunclebob V 6 цагийн өмнө
I reckon the Foof's first album was their only really good one so, for me, they didn't get over the Y2K curse, after all! lol
Steven Bradley
Steven Bradley 7 цагийн өмнө
I don't even closely agree with your # 20, but I am in total agreement on your # 1, just wished you had Ted Nugent " Stranglehold " somewhere in there.
Mick Moran
Mick Moran 7 цагийн өмнө
That EVH edition was SPOT ON!!!
Kyle Camacho
Kyle Camacho 7 цагийн өмнө
Great video. I was mesmerized by your shirt and amused with the one button being unbuttoned then re buttoned
motokev
motokev 7 цагийн өмнө
Hmmmm, I'll just buy tab book with chords
Angie Georgiou
Angie Georgiou 7 цагийн өмнө
I saw Cake play in Camden, London two years ago. They’ve still got it!!
Shayne S.
Shayne S. 7 цагийн өмнө
And that was when I really started to lose interest in music again, right as the 90s Alt Rock scene was on the decline. I liked some Korn and Deftones, an occasional song of Slipknot. I love System of a Down. Rob Zombie was another of those guys that survived the 90s, though as a solo artist instead of with White Zombie. Marilyn Manson kept a fanbase too, though not as much as with the first 3 albums. Nine Inch Nails kept strong past the 90s too. But I just couldn't get much into the full meld of Metal/ Rap of some of the Nu Metal scene. To be honest, it wasn't until about 2008 or so that I found a bit of interest in some of the second wave of Power Metal bands, in particular I liked Primal Fear, Hammerfall, Sonata Arctica. Some of those bands started up in the 90s, but I didn't get on to them until the scene got popular in the mid 2000's. Also in the 2000s, I got into some of the Horror Punk and Psychobilly bands. But I think the last time I was fully into a music scene was the early to mid 1990s. I am hopeful though. With all the great resources of recording instruction online and the high quality of more affordable gear, it is a matter of time before some new band or a music scene happens.
Vlad S
Vlad S 7 цагийн өмнө
Why didn’t he just ask Eddie? Guess Eddie was in the best shape at the time 🙁
john paul de guzman
john paul de guzman 7 цагийн өмнө
Now its K-Pop
Steven Bradley
Steven Bradley 7 цагийн өмнө
Are you F - N kidding me ? # 20 should be in the top ten of all time.
Dr Pepper Kev
Dr Pepper Kev 7 цагийн өмнө
Rick, steven Tyler was one of the best singers still is one of the best
dJong Mauro Poozle
dJong Mauro Poozle 7 цагийн өмнө
The Low End Theory (September 24, 1991) !!!
Michael Lamb
Michael Lamb 7 цагийн өмнө
Thank You Rick. A Brilliant observation that I witnessed with so many Australian bands to as The grunge scene impacted Hair Metal and we got the Surf Metal scene.
Jordan Whisson
Jordan Whisson 7 цагийн өмнө
If jazz was a painting it would be considered a poor painting because it was to busy.
Rezzco9
Rezzco9 7 цагийн өмнө
I still think its a chance that rock comes back or maybe its just a dream but based on how big it is in some asian countries. but i guess its more about mass producing nowadays.
Mike Churchill
Mike Churchill 7 цагийн өмнө
I remember not liking bands like Everclear, Third Eye Blind, etc. because they sounded too "radio". I liked Collective Soul, Soundgarden, etc and started listening to Korn, Limp Bizkit, etc. But then didn't go as far as Slipknot. Fast forward and now I prefer Everclear and grunge and don't listen to any Nu Metal at all.
Ian KH
Ian KH 7 цагийн өмнө
Cake. Great great band. I still listen to them.
Nigel Tufnel
Nigel Tufnel 7 цагийн өмнө
love that shirt! :D
Nigel Tufnel
Nigel Tufnel 7 цагийн өмнө
you dress very cool!
Bren Detta
Bren Detta 7 цагийн өмнө
You forgot to mention matchbox20. They sound very 2000s
No.Comply
No.Comply 7 цагийн өмнө
i was born in 1997. my parents grew up on guns n roses, motley crue, ac/dc, etcetera. then changed my diapers to ramnstein, disturbed, pantera, etcetera. then i grew up on ALL OF that PLUS the offspring, blink 182, sum41, this explains my music taste / identity immensely :') *edit: RIP RoadRunner Records </3*
Schlemiel Schlimazel
Schlemiel Schlimazel 7 цагийн өмнө
The bands werent melodic. They sucked at their instruments too. Muse was great.