my favorite snare as to be the 99-early 00s
been listening to kelis first album and it hits so hard.
i like his brush snares and his percussion snares are tight (like the one in what happened to that boy) mr.me too
Wow! Great topic. I agree with @Mavis and I'll use Stevie Wonder as an example. The waltz of his lyrics w/ music has produced dozens and dozens timeless records. Not just songs, but like entire albums of timeless work. The ability to say a lot without saying much, mastering of simplicity and cleverness surrounded by chords or tones and textures pleasing to the sonics. So many songs that you hear nowadays that were hits or summer anthems that I can't bare to listen to ever again. I also refer to timeless records as Homecooked Meals versus like Fast-Food type of songs trendy songs. Both are feeding you, but there's a distinctive flavor and love that you can taste in food prepared w/ care, as opposed to quick and on the go type of burger or something.
You can't compare timeless music with my homecooked meals. But yes, great anology!
@Mika Hello sir! i'm a huge late comer to the neptunes after a friend introduced me recently. I've just finished listening to an interview with Tyler, The Creater where he talked about this wonderful 10 minute version of Pharrell's Smile. I found this amazing site searching for that very track and i can see your link has long since expired. I would be greatly indebted to you if you have the time to reupload or if you dont mnd i could send through an email to you.