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Kira    1,249
On 17/09/2017 at 4:09 PM, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

 

 

This one is funnier , although I believe they're great with the instruments 

the guy trying to crowd surf though at 50 seconds. I died.

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Sukhvirk1976    199
On 17/09/2017 at 4:01 PM, sikhni777 said:

You posted it on a religious website, when I thought you should be posting other valid info that would encourage a youngster or a housewife like me into becoming a better Sikh. 

Just realised I just wasted five minutes of my precious life which I could have spent doing some simran, or learning a new shabad.

No time to waste 

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12 hours ago, Kaur501 said:

haha music can change the world because it can change people...

why do you think Guru Pita ji told us not to listen to aam gaaney but gurbani kirtan , dhadi vaar ? Guru ji is written in musical raags to get people hearts and minds to be open . 
Modern musical production is about creating pyschological hooks not lyric content

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14 hours ago, Kaur501 said:

haha music can change the world because it can change people...

That's exactly what music does. The power of songs is incredible, the only thing that can influence someone even more is Guru Sahib bimself and his Kirtan. Recommend you watch this guy explain the main corruption of modern white and black people music: 

 

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7 hours ago, jkvlondon said:

why do you think Guru Pita ji told us not to listen to aam gaaney but gurbani kirtan , dhadi vaar ? Guru ji is written in musical raags to get people hearts and minds to be open . 
Modern musical production is about creating pyschological hooks not lyric content

when did Guru ji say not to listen to aam gaaney ?

I agree modern songs are filled with sensual pleasures, esp sex . But back then even aam gaaney must have been innocuous 

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1 hour ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

when did Guru ji say not to listen to aam gaaney ?

I agree modern songs are filled with sensual pleasures, esp sex . But back then even aam gaaney must have been innocuous 

what  are the themes of aam gaaney look i want love, look i got love, look i lost love then there's the violent gansta, the pimping gangsta, the overtly sexualised teenybopper songs, the outright nonsense songs , maybe a handful of protest songs ... loads of great ideas ...not

 

 

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4 hours ago, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

when did Guru ji say not to listen to aam gaaney ?

I agree modern songs are filled with sensual pleasures, esp sex . But back then even aam gaaney must have been innocuous 

If you compare music in this era, to some older era, the topics in the past were diverse, whether it was western music or eastern music. Also writing songs was something which required actual talent, lyrics would be carefully written and instruments would be diverse. Today anyone who has no education in music or song-writing can make something up, and simply focus on making beats, (most of which are the exact same). 

 

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On 17/09/2017 at 4:09 PM, AjeetSinghPunjabi said:

 

 

This one is funnier , although I believe they're great with the instruments 

all the effort, they could have put into carrying shastars and training with them. They don't look like Singhs, just kurta guys wearing turbans.

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Sukhvirk1976    199
11 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

That's exactly what music does. The power of songs is incredible, the only thing that can influence someone even more is Guru Sahib bimself and his Kirtan. Recommend you watch this guy explain the main corruption of modern white and black people music: 

 

Music is a universal language.. Why have you called out the so called 'corruption' of white black music.. What even is white or black music? 

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2 minutes ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Music is a universal language.. Why have you called out the so called 'corruption' of white black music.. What even is white or black music? 

I never said white or black music, there's no quote like that.

11 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

modern white and black people music: 

This is what I said. 

Don't know how much Punjabi you know, but I'm directly referring to Gora Gaaney, and Khala Gaaney.

But again you are just some SJW self-hating Punjabi, so you'd want to defend whoever.

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30 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

I never said white or black music, there's no quote like that.

This is what I said. 

Don't know how much Punjabi you know, but I'm directly referring to Gora Gaaney, and Khala Gaaney.

But again you are just some SJW self-hating Punjabi, so you'd want to defend whoever.

What are gora gaaney or khala gaaney? 

Give over self hating.. Lol Please 

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35 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

I never said white or black music, there's no quote like that.

This is what I said. 

Don't know how much Punjabi you know, but I'm directly referring to Gora Gaaney, and Khala Gaaney.

But again you are just some SJW self-hating Punjabi, so you'd want to defend whoever.

Typical instead of qualifying your comments in a reasonable manner you just come with nindya.. 

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1 hour ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

What are gora gaaney or khala gaaney? 

 

You don't know Punjabi? 

59 minutes ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

Typical instead of qualifying your comments in a reasonable manner you just come with nindya.. 

Nindya can only happen if it's false, I'm saying straight as it is. Music has gone down-hill.

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Sukhvirk1976    199
40 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

You don't know Punjabi? 

Nindya can only happen if it's false, I'm saying straight as it is. Music has gone down-hill.

The nindya I was referring to was your comments about me.. 

My question about what is gora gaaney or kala gaaney was looking for you to clarify how you define those labels... 

You used the terms and suggested they were corrupted I'm interested in the logic behind your assertion.. 

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14 minutes ago, Sukhvirk1976 said:

The nindya I was referring to was your comments about me.. 

My question about what is gora gaaney or kala gaaney was looking for you to clarify how you define those labels... 

You used the terms and suggested they were corrupted I'm interested in the logic behind your assertion.. 

I won't post any modern crap music, but as an example on how great music was in the past compared to now, (only comparing western music), A Day in the Life, by The Beatles, which was a legend of it's time, talked about things that people could relate to other than money, sex, drugs, and other stuff, while modern songs are just terrible. (Not nostalgia, but the top records for modern time is all the same).

The legendary Mozart and Beethoven also made masterpieces, they were Gora musicians, so this isn't about Gora and Khala vs Punjabi songs, but rather the corruption in their industry.

 

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