What Comes After Postmodern

Culture as an Evolutionary Force

3. Music representing THE NEOPRIMITIVE ERA

OH ME  

   Nirvana


WEDNESDAY

   Coco Robicheaux


DEAR PRUDENCE

   The Beatles

   


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∞ OH ME ∞

Oh Me
Nirvana (MTV Unplugged In New York)
0:00/3:26

If I had to lose a mile

If I had to touch feelings

I would lose my soul

The way I do

 

I don't have to think

I only have to do it

The results are always perfect

But that's old news.

 

Would you like to hear my voice

Sprinkled with emotion

Invented at your birth?

 

I can't see the end of me

My whole expanse I cannot see

I formulate infinity

And store it deep inside of me

 

If I had to lose a mile

If I had to touch feelings

I would lose my soul

The way I do

 

I don't have to think

I only have to do it

The results are always perfect

And that's old news

 

Would you like to hear my voice

Sprinkled with emotion

Invented at your birth?

 

I can't see the end of me

My whole expanse I cannot see

 

I formulate infinity

And store it deep inside of me

 

I formulate infinity

And store it deep inside of me

 

I formulate infinity

And store it deep inside of me

 

 NIRVANA

(Original song by The Meat Puppets)  

Note that all band names are linked


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∞ WEDNESDAY ∞

Wednesday
Coco Robicheaux (Revelator)
0:00/2:01

 

It's Wednesday

Anything can happen day

Wednesday

Anything can happen day

Wednesday

Anything can happen day

Wednesday

 

I told you so

 

Wednesday

Anything can happen day

Wednesday

Anything can happen day

Wednesday

Anything can happen day

Wednesday

 

Anything can happen day

Anything can happen day

Anything can happen day

 

I told you so

 

Anything can happen

Anything can happen day

Anything can happen day

Anything can happen day

Anything can happen day

Anything can happen day

Anything can happen day


Anything

COCO ROBICHEAUX 


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 From the revolutionary Revelator album, which is the last album from iconic New Orleans musician, Coco Robicheaux


CLICK HERE to watch second-line parade held in New Orleans to honor Coco Robicheaux 



 

∞ DEAR PRUDENCE ∞

Dear Prudence HI
Beatles (Unknown)
0:00/3:57

Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?

Dear Prudence, greet the brand new day

The sun is up, the sky is blue

It's beautiful and so are you

Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?

 

Dear Prudence, open up your eyes

Dear Prudence, see the sunny skies

The wind is low the birds will sing

That you are part of everything

Dear Prudence, won't you open up your eyes?

 

Look around round

(Round round round, round round)

(Round round round, round round)

 

Look around round round

(Round round round, round round)

(Round round round, round round)

Look around

 

Dear Prudence, let me see you smile

Dear Prudence, like a little child

The clouds will be a daisy chain

So let me see you smile again

Dear Prudence, won't you let me see you smile?

 

Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?

Dear Prudence, greet the brand new day

The sun is up, the sky is blue

It's beautiful and so are you

Dear Prudence, won't you come out to play?

 

 THE BEATLES 


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IN SEARCH OF THE NEOPRIMITIVE

What Comes After Postmodern?


Click below for the multimedia essay...

In Search of the Neoprimitive

The most explicit answer to the question posed by this site!


THE MODERN ERA:

click line segment to hear Modern music


THE POSTMODERN ERA:

click circle to hear Postmodern music



THE NEOPRIMITIVE ERA:

click spiral to hear Neoprimitive music



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