|Rating(1-10)||Knowledgeability = 10||Clarity of Response = 10||Politeness = 10|
|Comment||i lived in kamuning manila and if you hunted them down you could find places bar/rest 77 in kamuning road was good but only to hang out no live bands but music was more thoughtful the outstanding place for was CONSPIRACY GARDEN CAFE 59 visayas ave tel. (02)4532170 this place would be right up your street artist hang-out place with weekly singers and sessions acoustic mostly all the acts i saw there were good the place was like a sanctuary from the outside hell of manila....getting back to my provoking question i like Filipinos im married to one but you are culturally different from us in u.k. where they are very happy people that get on with the troubles of life hard working always have a smile on their face and a happy with a simple life and of course they have undying faith in the church and thats reflected in their music tastes simple pop and soppy ballads. we in the u.k. are the miseries of the world we do misery and thoughtfulness much better.... we have lost our faith completely egged on by governments look at our literary achievements we think hard about and question everything and we moan about everything and thats reflected in our music which is quite often deep and meaningful and sad. we are basically unhappy people that feel life has given us a bum card where as Filipinos are happy just to eat and be merry. the philippines could never produce an ADELE it would be unthinkable. i think by writing this ive worked out my own question and by the way ive gotten into trying to write songs at 52 its a second coming!!!!|
Although born in the mid-60's, i learned to love music dating back to the 50's and specifically during the mid-70's and late 80's. Knowledgeable and can answer questions relating to 70s maintream rock, love songs, disco, etc. I'm not much into OPM. Used to listen to American Top 40 hosted by Casey Kasem every week.
Mostly by listening to radio and quite a lot of background research on artists. Huge collection of 45's and LPs from mid-70's to 80's. I find music very therapeutic. Watches game shows about music and plays musical trivia stuff. Hangs around in DJ's booth. Buys old and rare music albums. Collects mp3 music of different genres.
Choir member in high school.