So I was in the lab, crunching out some data. An interesting song came on my Curtis Mayfield station on Pandora...
I got a little excited. "Hold up, this that Snoop Dogg "Next Episode" right here!"
Not quite, though.
I frowned. I thought "Hold up, why is Snoop's "The Next Episode" on the Curtis Mayfield station? This is suppose to be all oldies!"
No, it wasn't Snoop. He sampled this cut by David Axlerod.
Then I was thinking. "Oh Snap! President Obama's campaign manager makes records on the side?"
Nope. They just have a name in common.
I told my cubicle mate CowgirlCre about it. And I emailed the youtube cut of it.
"This sounds like some 1960s strip club music, where the women are standing up on the table dancing," I said.
*LadyLee and the CowgirlCre sitting at desk with waving our hands in the air... chair dancing seductively*
"Club all full of smoke, and ladies dancing," said CowgirlCre.
Thank goodness management didn't happen upon us and see our chair dancing techniques...
I told Play Mama about this song. "It is fantastic," I said. "It's excellent."
She saw *crickets*. She said it sounded like some people tripping on acid.
Let's just say, she didn't share my glee over the song.
That's alright. I told her, she too young to appreciate such good music! LOL
However, I like the above version much better than Snoop's version.
Much better. More drama and more layers!
I like it much better!
*throwing Snoop Dogg/Dr. Dre version out the window*
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