53. "RE: an classic album is not necessarily an iconic one." In response to In response to 20
>> >> >>Nope...Diana and The Boss are looked at as classics..... > > >with the iconic album... you can hold up the cover >and normal people (meaning, not music heads) recognize the >album >cover. > >the naked baby from nevermind... >the beatles walking across the street on abbey road... >prince on his purple motorcyle in purple rain... >MJ in his glowing white suit on thriller... > > >that's iconic. > >normal folks might think that "rock with you" was on >the thriller album... but that doesn't change that >the fact that the album itself is iconic. > > >"diana" and "the boss," although are great (really great) >albums... but they're not iconic.
Hmmm...You talking about album covers now?...lol
"I'm Coming Out" is an iconic song from an iconic album no matter how you slice it..."Upside Down" was an iconic song...Iconic production from Nile Rogers...Iconic music that was later sampled by one of the greatest hip-hop artist of all-time (Biggie) for one of his biggest hits? And yeah, an iconic album cover...(see: iana_ross.jpg" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fil iana_ross.jpg)
I know folks on Lesson like to downgrade Ross' impact....But I'm not getting on that train...