Archive for the 'music' Category

9 January, 2014

Posted by Socrates in black icons, Black racism, music, race, race-mixing, racism accusations, Socrates at 7:30 pm | Permanent Link

Seen: a TV documentary about the late reggae singer Bob Marley (above). I learned from that program that Marley caught all kinds of grief from Blacks in Jamaica because he was of mixed race (his father was White, his mother was Black). How shocking! Because listening to the media and Hollywood, you’d conclude that only […]

15 November, 2013

Posted by Socrates in music, Socrates at 10:12 pm | Permanent Link

“Epitaph” (1969) by the rock group King Crimson. Sung by Greg Lake (of Emerson, Lake and Palmer). Lake has a fine voice. (At YouTube, some versions of this song had good videos, but this non-video version sounds better). [YouTube].

27 October, 2013

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, jewed music, media, media heroes, music, Socrates at 4:46 pm | Permanent Link

The media loved Lou Reed because he was a Jewish homosexual who sometimes injected heroin onstage, i.e., he was the “perfect” man to help transform America’s culture from “traditional” to “anything goes.” [Article].

22 January, 2013

Posted by Socrates in movies, music, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, White music at 12:50 am | Permanent Link

Theme from the 1971 movie “Jane Eyre,” composed by John Williams, who also composed the music for the sci-fi movie “Star Wars.” [Here].

23 August, 2012

Posted by Socrates in anti-racism movement, Christianity, heavy metal/death metal, music, Scandinavia, Socrates at 6:56 pm | Permanent Link

Seen: a TV show in which a European rock musician, of the “death metal” style, says (paraphrasing) “Christianity, with its Semitic origins,” must be abolished in Scandinavia. Semitic? Oy veh! Now the “anti-hate” groups will have to “monitor” the death metal movement.

5 June, 2011

Posted by Socrates in Big Business, capitalism, jewed culture, music, plutocracy, radio, Socrates, supercapitalism at 3:22 pm | Permanent Link

Bye-bye, local media. Hello, “nationwide,” east coast programming. Supercapitalism sucks. One example: “corporate radio,” in which local radio disk jockeys can no longer play the music that they wish, because their radio stations – thanks largely to the Telecommunications Act of 1996 – are no longer locally owned and operated. Instead, they’re owned and operated […]

28 April, 2011

Posted by Socrates in music, Socrates, William Pierce, William Pierce Wednesday at 5:13 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. William Pierce. (Note: this week’s William Pierce Wednesday post is being posted today instead. Also, here’s some interesting music trivia: did you know that, back in the 1950s/1960s, Black singers were trained to “act White”? The music industry felt that White audiences would be more receptive to Black singers if the singers had […]

21 January, 2011

Posted by Socrates in movies, music, Socrates at 6:20 am | Permanent Link

“Beethoven is upright and honest, whereas jazz is sneaky and treacherous and effeminate and just plain foreign.” — from the movie “My Life So Far” (1999).

23 February, 2010

Posted by Socrates in music, rock music, Socrates, White art/architecture at 4:02 pm | Permanent Link

“A Passion Play” by Jethro Tull (1973). This music isn’t simple (if you want simple, listen to AC/DC or Black Sabbath). When I first heard “A Passion Play,” I found it confusing. I couldn’t follow the music. But I predict that it will grow on you and that you’ll love it after 15 or 20 […]

27 August, 2009

Posted by Socrates in Frankfurt School, jew mentality, jewed culture, music, Socrates at 11:08 am | Permanent Link

by Elizabeth Whitcombe. “The Frankfurt School was a group of predominantly Jewish intellectuals associated with the Institute for Social Research. It originated during the Weimar period in Germany, and became a bastion of the cultural left. With the rise of National Socialism, the Frankfurt School was closed by the German government, and many of its […]