Mon Feb 4, 2013, 12:41 AM
demmiblue (5,548 posts)
THIS is the Beyonce performance to end all Beyonce performances (IMHO):
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Mon Feb 4, 2013, 03:34 AM
Number23 (16,433 posts)
2. K&R I'd heard about this but had never seen it. Very powerful
It's been interesting to see the comments from certain people here about how "untalented" she is or how she's only a "middling" talent.
These statements are of course immediately preceded by people who are deemed to be more "worthy" and "deserving" singers, 99% of whom nobody has ever heard of or who's day in the sun has been so long gone even they can't remember them. But yeah, "obscure rock group from 1972" is of course more talented/relevant/deserving than Beyonce.
I'm getting to the point where I think the stuff I listened to as a kid is better than anything that's out right now too. But that doesn't mean I refuse to recognize this beautiful, talented woman's rightful place at the top of the music industry right now.