Thursday, January 28, 2010

To Grammy or not to Grammy

Do you watch the Grammys / Are you planning on watching Sunday night?
I usually can't stomach it.

I mean really, how did we go from this...

To this?

Ah, music. It ain't like it used to be.
I digress.

P.S. Thanks for the sweet comments-- I'm glad you guys like the new look! :)


carolina said...

I haven't watched the Grammys for several years. Just don't care for all the hype anymore.

Dan said...

Wow what a difference 36 years makes. The Grammys have always been about the money not about the talent. In my opinion of course.

drewzepmeister said...

I haven't watched the Grammys in years. I've always felt that they were sort of a joke. I remember Milli Vanilli being stripped of their awards for being impostors and Jethro Tull winning one for best heavy metal act over Metallica.

Sean Coleman said...

No time for award shows. Why bother watching other people live their lives when there's so much to do? I usually take five minutes and read the list of winners the next day. Saves three hours for something worthwhile :)

Charlie said...

Wow! I too love the new look of your blog. Way to go. It looks like 1974 was a really strong year!

Malcolm said...

I don't feel this year's crop of Album of the Year noms was necessarily bad. We'll have to wait and see if they stand the test of time like such 1974 albums as Fulfillingess' First Finale, Band On the Run, and Court & Spark.

Over the past couple of years, I have consistently watched the Grammys. However, as I said over at Layla's Classic Rock, I no longer get upset over who wins, loses, doesn't get nominated, etc.

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