Music Posts Tagged as 'Celebration'
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Carol Of The Bells - Epic Music Version
Recreating the best Christmas dad gave him. 22-Nov-2019
I Must Get Into Heaven/He's The Greatest Dancer
Barney Takes A Dump
Ribs & Soul Food
MCU vs DC
Bad Girls - Donna Summer
Elmo On The Moon
Somewhere - BS
Old lovers reunite but Daddy Legend is currently involved. The boy glides like a deer and runs like a twink. Old ex can't let it go. He's lonely. He doesn't want to be a present that Santa opens only once a year. He gives Santa an ultimatum. "Me or that cute little slut?" Santa replies that his minions are working on it. Godfather Christmas chooses. Yay and Merry X-mas to those that participate. 04-Dec-2021
Bloom (Rokston Remix) - Troye Sivan
Giulio Dilemmi Black/White Tribal
TRR Photo - Giulio Dilemmi
Nobody Knows Me (Peter Rauhofer's Private Life Mix) - Madonna
Madonna (MDNA Tour)
Blonde Ambition Tour
Wonderland (Fraser White Remix) - Natalia Kills
Royal Opera House
Mad Hatter's Tea Party
"Broken" - Lovely TheBand
They were meant for each other. 28-Apr-2018
Koop Island Blues
A woman celebrates freedom. 02-Apr-2018
Love You In The Dark
Unspoken Ch. 3
Without LGBTQ People, Modern Music Wouldn't Exist
VICE: What initially made you decide to write this book?
Darryl W. Bullock: I wanted to write a book about LGBTQ people making records, but to be honest, it was a bit dull. It was starting to look a bit like an encyclopedia, an A-to-Z of gay musicians. Then, maybe three or four months into the project, David Bowie died, and his death struck me really viscerally.
But it was while I saw how others reacted to his death, especially the stars I grew up with—the Boy Georges and the George Michaels and the Madonnas—that I realized I was going down the wrong track. I realized the book shouldn’t just be about LGBTQ people making records, but how they influenced each generation that followed. You start to build up this timeline, and it stretches back over 100 years, almost back to the birth of commercially available discs.
It was also a definite decision to include voices you don’t hear of. It would be easy to write a book just about Elton John, George Michael, Boy George, Freddie Mercury, those kinds of people. But I really wanted to document the lives of people like Patrick Haggerty, Blackberri and John “Smokey” Condon (pic above), people who have made incredibly important contributions to music and to LGBTQ lives but have been basically ignored by the mainstream media.