Couldn’t Do It Today

Blowhard, Esq. writes:

This one is a two-fer: not only is it a celebration of street harassment and the male gaze, you got white boys appropriating soul music. Music for shitlords/Trump supporters.

HT to Callowman for reminding me of this gem.

About Blowhard, Esq.

Amateur, dilettante, wannabe.
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3 Responses to Couldn’t Do It Today

  1. Faze says:

    I had no idea these guys were white! Or that they were so sleazy/cool.

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  2. Paul Zahl says:

    I wouldn’t want to politicize the song too much. (And I realize you are really commenting on how politicized the song COULD be in this phantastic unreal age of identity politics.) For me, speaking personally, I listen to this song with great memories of beach trips with one’s “tres douce amie” in June/July of ’68. Summer blonde and Johnny Rivers and Rehoboth.

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