Monday, September 04, 2006

Monday Music Mambo - Week 115 – Bright Ideas

Rfduck, mememeister of this bit of musical mayhem, let fly the fowl feces of fate with this broadside:

Oh my! A mambo on a holiday! Well, let's do it anyway, because it's fun and not work. Today is (in addition to Labor Day) Bright Idea Day.”

Tell us your best idea to improve music - it could be a general idea, an idea for a specific genre, or a suggestion for a particular band or artist.

If you want to do a Labor Day question too, tell us who you think is the hardest working band/artist in music today - whatever "hardest working" means to you.

Until next time, this is your music-lovin' Mememeister saying have a good Monday and a good Mambo!

The rules are, there are no rules!!! All you need to do is copy and paste the above questions into your blog and add your responses. After you've finished, return here and leave us a comment so we'll know you've Mamboed. Be sure your Mambo is linked back to so others can dance too.

Remember, there are no right or wrong answers. If one of the questions doesn't inspire you then simply "pass" it. Just use your imagination and dance like crazy!

If you don't have a blog or you're an exhibitionist *woo hoo* feel free to Mambo right here in our comments section. There's absolutely no pressure ... although it's called the Monday Music Mambo you can Mambo on any day.

A bright idea concerning music, eh. How about this – henceforth, Madison Avenue may no longer employ popular, published music as the background for any advertising in any medium. Instead, new music must be commissioned for each new advertisement. Details regarding allowing theme music to appear in concurrent ad campaigns, repeats, etc. to be worked out by a newly established Federal Advertising Commission, operating in much the same way as the FCC does.

There, that'd screw up the media mogul little pinheads but good ... and make those assholes at the RIAA sit up and take notice, too.

Not terribly musical, but then again, that's what you get for making me labor on a Federal holiday without salary, benefits or pension.

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