I’ve wanted to talk about this for a long time. I have noticed a repeating characteristic shared by hundreds of “one hit wonder” songs, all probably written by the system we call “the Creepy Piano Player,” (taken from the movie, Under The Silver Lake.)

Many one hit wonders use voice inflections that even the more famous, experienced song writers don’t use properly. It seems like these voice inflections would be easy to place into song lyrics, but for anyone who’s tried to write a song, it’s not easy at all.

To listeners, it comes off as “simple” and the manipulated lyric flows and fits perfectly with the song, but that is a give-away of the brilliance of the writer, which certainly is not the band on the album cover! Of course, many people see that these bands “get help” in writing their one hit wonders, but this lyrical characteristic has not been talked about much and it gives the song away that it was written by what we call “The Creepy Piano Player” and what that represents inside the music industry. Milli Vanilli was a staged “truth drop” in my opinion, showing how useless these bands actually are.\

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George McFly
George McFly
7 months ago

I agree with a lot of what you’re saying, but you seem to have overlooked the role of music producers.
Bands don’t just go in the studio and record their song how it was written. Well, unsigned bands do who can’t afford a producer, so they just go in and record a few songs as quickly as possible over a couple of days with the house engineer. And that would be classed as a demo.
But when you have a record label behind you, a producer would be involved who’s role it is to go over every detail of the song and try to present it in the “best possible way” (according to them).
The producer would make these suggestions to the artists. And not just the singer. They’d tell you if the drum beat was too busy/cluttered, or whether there’s too much distortion on the guitar, or if the bassline sucked etc etc. That’s just how their brains work and is what they’re best at.
Also, on top of all that, a lot of artists do actually think that way when they’re writing the songs. Or after they’ve written the song and it’s just playing back in their head over and over constantly refining itself.
I do agree though that a lot of the one hit wonders artists didn’t write their own songs. If you look at the credits it will probably say that these songs were “co-written”. ie. Creepy piano player writes the music and melody, and the singer might write the lyrics, or some of the lyrics.
There are likely many ‘creepy piano players’; not just one. Also known as ‘music producers’.

Gustavo Brett
Gustavo Brett
7 months ago
Reply to  George McFly

I agree…

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James
James
7 months ago
Reply to  George McFly

True, and Matt has his own way of communicating some of these things that isn’t going to work with many. However, the fact is when we listen to these single hits – despite even hating their entire genre – we can sense a wondrous effect on the level of spirit. And in terms of music theory fitting into lyrics, they do have genius as good as anything within them. Whether that is because of a timeless piano man (as in Under the Silver Lake) or because of a spirit coming to the authors isn’t as relevant as its cultural and consciousness effects that instantly proliferated into society.
I would separate this aspect from the hidden message aspect: in order to derive that, I would first have an expert in music theory who likes these ideas break down each one-hit-wonder. I would try it but it has been over 10y since I beat myself over the head with theory during a music degree.

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free will of choice
free will of choice
7 months ago
Reply to  James

>spirit coming to the authors

SPIR’IT, noun [Latin spiritus, from spiro, to breathe] implies adaption as form (life) to flow (inception towards death) and it’s therefore flow that authorizes the form within to adapt; to mimic; to emulate; to transmute out of; to shape impressed (perception) through compressed (comprehension) into expressed.

>hidden message aspect

Each one perceives all perceivable (inspiration aka from within spirit); yet the choice of reaction allows the ignorance of perceived (inspiration) for suggested (information aka form within form). If one consents to the suggested information by others; then the other gains the power to define; redefine; contradict and “hide” it.

Example: If I suggest “I have a box; what’s in it?” Your consent puts your memory into the box; because you consent to me having the power to define whatever I choose is in the box. You now are tempted to want suggested information as confirmation; all while you ignore to adapt to perceived inspiration. I can even use Brad Pitt to sell what’s in the box and you still can’t perceive (reality) what I suggest (fiction).

Erik Jacobsen
Erik Jacobsen
7 months ago
Reply to  George McFly

Well said McFly! My brother wrote Sex and Candy ,his one hit wonder. I was there no one but us and a guitar and a girlfriend. No creepy guy for this one. Refine Refine find the groove.Drummer wrote the drum part and bass the same day. Self Produced by John with Ken Gioia and Jim Sabella engineering. The drummer played and wrote this bass part. I worked on alot of records and the producer would probably not listen to creepy guy anyway. LOL

George McFly
George McFly
6 months ago
Reply to  Erik Jacobsen

Hi Erik. That’s a very interesting tale, but I think you misunderstood slightly what I was getting at. I was basically saying that the ‘creepy piano player’ Matt speaks of are just ‘music producers’ – and many of them.
Maybe I didn’t articulate it well enough.
You probably already know from your brother’s one hit wonder that the role producers play is on a spectrum, and not an exact defined science.
Some will take a back seat and just encourage the band to shine by making suggestions to improve the song (like what sounds happened with your bro). Whereas others will take a more dominant role, basically dictating what they want out of the band. Sometimes writing the entire tune.
I think these one hit wonders type of bands will fall in the latter category; producer makes a beat, music, melody, and often the lyrics, or a lot of the lyrics. And then gets a band, or manufactures a band, to front/sell the song.

The reason these musical details Matt speaks of are more prominent in one hit wonders artists is because they’re more likely to get bossed around and submit to the producer. And the ‘well established’ artists are more likely to remain true to themselves and be more assertive in what they were going for. They are more likely to say no to the producer.

Not saying one is better than the other. It’s just the way it works.
You can’t imagine Paul McCartney (for example) taking orders from a producer, but maybe that would actually benefit his more recent songs?

George

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free will of choice
free will of choice
7 months ago
Reply to  George McFly

Consider…BAND (bound together); STUDIO (from study; setting of the mind); DEMO (to suggest; also demon; to divide); PRODUCER (pro and duco, to lead or draw; hence to tempt by suggestion); SONG (incantation for enchantment) and of course RECORD (mind aka memory).

Those who consent to suggested over perceived are not in harmony (music) with the perceived.

John Senior
John Senior
7 months ago

Only 10 minutes in and I’ve got to say something. I actually really like a-ha. My biggest crush when I was a kid was really into them so as kind of a nostalgic throwback I’ve listened to a lot of their stuff and I got into it.They may have been a one-hit wonder in the US but they had a bunch of hits in the UK and have made a few very good albums.Morten Harket has a hugely distinctive voice so why wouldn’t you use it?

But the point I do want to say is that Matt’s disdain for the Notnilc actually seems to be disdain for people. Man didn’t work towards genius by putting a man on the moon, it was just a Notnilc fake. All these musicians aren’t hard-working talented people, they’ve just sold their souls for the fame.It gets to the point that if you believe Matt then people would still be living in caves and wooden shacks if it wasn’t for the Notnilc giving people a shove every now and again.

According to Matt he thinks the Notnilc have massively advanced technologies and NEVER make mistakes. Every time you conspiracy theorists catch them it’s because they want you to see it. Is there any person that Matt actually likes or respects? Is Matt pro or anti-Notnilc?

Richard Clark
Richard Clark
7 months ago
Reply to  John Senior

I would not be surprised if Matt has a similar notion towards the collective presentation as I do but I cannot speak for him. Matt seems, to me, neither pro or con notnilc and is indifferent for the most part but does sense the notions of things being forced upon a sovereign. I may just be projecting as this is what I have come to comprehend about myself. Take care.

free will of choice
free will of choice
7 months ago
Reply to  Richard Clark

>things being forced upon a sovereign

As form (life) within flow (inception towards death)…flow represents the force of ongoing velocity and form the force of temporary resistance within.

Form can only temporary exist within the momentum (balance) of ongoing flow…as the responding choice at its center. Being “free” will of choice within the “dom”inance of balance aka free-dom; represents the sole authority over oneself aka sovereignty.

Others utilize suggestions to deceive choice to ignore its response-ability within perceived balance for the suggested choices by others. Choice (consent) to choice (suggestion) represents contract law; which ignores perceived balance (offer) to choice (response) natural law.

Most of what we view as forced upon us represents frequency of suggestion (be afraid; have hope; fall for temptations; shirk responsibility; want more; indulge: lust after; have pride in etc.) The more others use frequency od suggestion; the more oneself is tempted to ignore resisting perceived (need) for suggested (want).

Tremendous Lad
Tremendous Lad
6 months ago
Reply to  John Senior

Aha was big in a lot of European countries throughout the 80’s

Vehemently Flat
Vehemently Flat
7 months ago

wow, great observation, once you name the pattern it is clear to see (hear) !!

Richard Clark
Richard Clark
7 months ago

“You got a purdy mouth for singing.” I am very bitter about mainstream songs seemingly pushed on us. I find myself rolling my eyes whenever I go to a place and the expected songs are playing. In honesty, though, when a song that I like was not mainstream but is now playing on the radio, I get very frustrated because I am concerned that I was duped into liking it. As of late, I try and focus on the reaction I have from hearing any song and evaluating my perspective. A bit ago, I realized that as much as it seems that these things are forced upon me, and therefore us collectively, it isn’t “they” doing this to me. I have found myself “here”, tuned to this particular frequency. Thank you Matt!

free will of choice
free will of choice
7 months ago
Reply to  Richard Clark

>I have found myself “here”, tuned to this particular frequency.

Consider “here” representing the ever changing moment (momentum of motion), and “frequency” representing a thing often repeated at short intervals aka adaption by choice to balance in motion?

James Kaplin
James Kaplin
7 months ago

Even the creepy piano player wouldn’t touch that God awful lousy song from Rockwell since Barry Gordy needed to do something to get his son a job…..

Richard Cranium
Richard Cranium
7 months ago

George Michaels a good song writer? View on man!

Ghost Diaz
Ghost Diaz
7 months ago

Well and then Matt came for the 80’s
(Joke). Appreciate your effort on these vids,
I remember commenting I wish I could ground hog day the entire decade on loop.
As a musician and kid who grew up in the 80s they are some of my favorite memories,

That said like Mk ultra and op mocking bird the powers that b use anything and everything to influence,
Milli vanilli got caught but was far from the only fabricated band/group.

I recently DJ’d a prom in my town
Was told to watch language and content,
Within 1 min of opening requests

5 diff girls came over and requested (WAP) over and over I said can’t play it,
Requests like ignition,smack that,shake that,holiday inn last request was room service.
These are 17-18 yr old kids

But this is the influence of today’s music just like then a form of control …
G

Bella R
Bella R
7 months ago
Reply to  Ghost Diaz

Omg I know…..I’m like do these kids actually ” hear” the so called music they love. WAP IS “WET ASS P-Y” GOD I’m embarrassed to write it lol. That’s the most requested song on “prom night” hmmm wonder what that could lead to? Ohh maybe I’m just getting old being in my 30s haha

Kathy Buchanan
Kathy Buchanan
7 months ago

The seriousness of the subject was broken and made me LOL when Matt gave it a raspberry. Classic Matt
Love it!

Hans Weider
Hans Weider
7 months ago

In Hermann Hesse’s work The Glass Bead Game perhaps meister ludi is the same character as the piano man.

Donald Zapola
Donald Zapola
7 months ago
Reply to  Hans Weider

Just started to read some Hermann Hesse and he wrote some wild stuff. Still trying to wrap my mind around Steppenwolf and what the ending meant.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago

The bell ringing for me on a song like “Take On Me” (imo) was the video they released, the illustrated animation like that, at that time (which was very expensive) told me (wow) something is pushing this to the top.

Yeah, I had several girl friends and a couple wives that loved that song.

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William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago

whoa, I have never looked at the full sheet of lyrics to “Cheers”, thanks for including those Matt

NWIC CONSULTANTS
NWIC CONSULTANTS
7 months ago

william Lodderhose: Garyportnoy.com everything you wanted to know of the cheers song (ie: beginning,changes,and final version). Interesting story.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago

thanks

John Senior
John Senior
7 months ago

I remember my grandma commenting on that video and saying that the song was only a hit because of the video and the song wouldn’t have been a hit without it. I think it’s a good song and would have been a hit anyway, but it was definitely helped with the video.

Just thinking about this more, but another a-ha song that was a hit in the UK was Manhattan Skyline. For some reason I’ve always been obsessed with the Manhattan skyline and have a whole wall full of prints of it. I stood on the top of the WTC in 1999 when I went for a visit for a day before returning to the UK. Sorry for rambling but there’s a small theory that I have that a lot of the things you get interested in you are interested in they are to get you interested in other things. For example I’ve always been interested in architecture but as I hated school I knew I couldn’t do the 7 years to become an architect so I developed an interest in property development – which led to an interest in a high profile NY developer who would later become POTUS…

(apologies again for the rambling)

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago
Reply to  John Senior

I did the renderings for an architectural firm PGAV our clients included Sears Tower, Hover Dam, Budweiser and one of my favorites was working up designs for Universal Studios Florida in 85′. Those engineers are a trip, not much fun at parties but they can built sh*t, no doubt.

Lesley Vonderheide
Lesley Vonderheide
7 months ago

Solid Gold today Matt. Loved every minute of this presentation. Laughed out loud with tears quite a few times. Thanks bud.

Jen Kupp
Jen Kupp
7 months ago

i did too – funny stuff w/ a great soundtrack too

sigh inara
sigh inara
7 months ago

Pete Burns wasn’t workin’ on no small blocks in the garage, he was all in…
(this is him before he died in 2016…*green light warning*)
I could dance to “Spin Me ‘Round” all night, tho…

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Raymond Duncan
Raymond Duncan
7 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

Knowing the final form of Pete Burns, I chuckled when Matt went on about how Pete was so tough and manly etc.

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John Senior
John Senior
7 months ago

a-ha – Lesson one (Take on me first demo) – check it out on YT.

When did the Creepy Piano Player come in and work his magic? The bones of the song are there in the demo, but as a song that’s never going to work. Take On Me was a very catchy song and was also given an innovative video to further help it.

Mary M
Mary M
7 months ago

I agree about the one hit wonder songs. My inner knowing tells me that Mike Williams is being paid to promote that book. “Memoirs of BS.” They are capitalizing on the “truther community’s” obsession with the whole occult presentation. Paul McCartney is certainly under the dragon;s wing as you say, however, he is still the same guy that was singing with the original Beatles. I’m surprised that Matt hasn’t seen through Mike W. Every time I try to listen to him I get a very uneasy feeling in my gut. On a separate note, how can you say Prince is so talented? Why wouldn’t the whole Prince presentation be fake as well?

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
7 months ago
Reply to  Mary M

You couldn’t be more wrong about Mike. You’re entitled to your opinion of course, but in my opinion he’s one of the few true researchers out here. Saying he is being paid is ludicrous.

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Mary M
Mary M
7 months ago

He does come off as very nice and well researched. I am going with my “inner knowing” as Matt calls it. It’s an interesting subject. Ton’s of “Pissed on Bread Crumbs” to keep people obsessed and not focusing on their own self. I respect your opinion, however, I’m not buying the PID theory.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
7 months ago
Reply to  Mary M

I truly enjoy the civil discourse, and it’s fine to agree to disagree. The one question I must ask though is if you feel that Mike is suspect, why do you continue to follow his work?Everything you’ve said in your comments leads me to believe you watch him regularly. Maybe I’m wrong but that’s what I perceive from your comments about Mike. If by chance I’m correct that you do watch his videos even though you don’t trust him, you’re by no means alone. For reasons I’ve never understood people watch people they dislike almost more than people that they do like.

Mary M
Mary M
7 months ago

Actually, I don’t watch him. I went down the PID rabbit hole with him and watched a few of the really long videos. I did sub him so he ends up on my feed and I see the titles. I did go back a couple of times to try and watch again but turned it off (only because Matt has mentioned him a couple of times and I just love Matt). I really can’t explain my reasoning. It sounds like you have been in these circles a long time so I will respect your opinion. I do agree with you about why people watch videos from channels they don’t like. I really just stick to about 3 channels who resonate with me. I just started to look into Vanessa VA since Matt refers to her quite a bit.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
7 months ago
Reply to  Mary M

I truly apologize if I was rude or abrupt in my response to your original comment. We really are all entitled to our own opinion, but I’d bet my bottom dollar Mike isn’t being paid to push a Paul is dead narrative. You may not agree and again, that is your right. I just happen to feel strongly he’s truly an independent researcher and not beholden to anyone. All the best to you.

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago

I second your comment 100%, perhaps Mary if you bump into some of “those” that are in payroll you’ll be able to tell the difference.

Timothy Laudeman
Timothy Laudeman
7 months ago

I appreciate that Bill. I’ve been in these circles a long time and they don’t come more honest than Mike in my opinion.

sigh inara
sigh inara
7 months ago

“Aaaafternoon Delight” comes to mind…I remember having to go back to my classroom during lunch in 4th grade to ask my teacher what homework I had missed while out sick & found her singing & dancing around in her snug polyester Levi Bend Overs (yes, that was the name of women’s pants) to this song. I knew what the lyrics meant & was so embarrassed I waited in the hall till it was over.

Donald Zapola
Donald Zapola
7 months ago
Reply to  sigh inara

You have to admit the vocals were really catchy.

Maria Reed
Maria Reed
7 months ago

Matt, don’t you know that this is American Idol standard inflection? This is exactly how all the “winners” sing! I’ve always found it very annoying.

Elaine K
Elaine K
7 months ago

honestly, is this a severe case of the emperor’s new clothes… i don’t know what you’re on about… am i taking crazy pills? what does ‘inflection’ mean??
pete burns is the most manly man?? did you see how he died?
and i went to try and get the number 867 5309, but it was taken,, and it turned out that my little brother has the number, and yes, people phone him all the time..
this is weird, something is fucking with me, as per fucking usual
and that silver lake movie? it’s so demonic i couldn’t make it 10 minutes into it, maybe 20, and it spoke soooo much evil about my life that i actually shut down and couldn’t take it…
this is fucking weirding me out.

James
James
7 months ago
Reply to  Elaine K

Don’t take patterns in nature so personally.

Elaine K
Elaine K
7 months ago
Reply to  James

i’m TRYING not to!! i was thinking that perhaps this is all just my reticular activating system that is just seeking out things that are important to me… i imagine that’s a big part of it… scanning for meaning

Elaine K
Elaine K
7 months ago
Reply to  James

just want to say thanks for that, it was a confirmation of some info i got yesterday

Raymond Duncan
Raymond Duncan
7 months ago
Reply to  Elaine K

Back when the song was big, an article appeared in the city paper about a local person with that number. Of course, they told of all the calls they got from guys calling and asking for “Jenny”.

William Hale
William Hale
7 months ago

Listen to the opening song of the 1968 Moody blues album
On the threshold of a dream
It has three conversations
Man
Computer
Spirit,soul whatever you want label it
The song is called
In the beginning
It’s really haunting and with what we know now
Predictive programming
Peace everyone

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago
Reply to  William Hale

ride my see-saw, used to really enjoy seeing the Moody Blues live

William Hale
William Hale
7 months ago

Justin Hayward has an amazing voice

Jen Kupp
Jen Kupp
7 months ago

Check out my gallery on fb @GoldBarMemes. 🙂

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William Boiani
William Boiani
7 months ago

“Can’t give up the limelight” That Rush song is a truth drop and limelight is the emerald green

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
7 months ago

The using the voice as a musical instrument, is fascinating, I noticed a long time ago the black soul singers , using this technique, mostly the women, or if it was a group of male vocalist, Like the Original Black boy band concept,
Other than them it would only be the very rare highly professional singers , eg Kate Bush,
I agree with Matt the ordinary singer song writers wouldn’t dream of writing the lyrics to the musical notes , The Song and the Music were separate tasks for 99% of artists. Cheers Gabriel ☀️

EthericBliss -EB
EthericBliss -EB
7 months ago

And MTV CRAMMED these freaking songs down our THROATS, too… That and the freaking Radio. If it weren’t for tapes, and a LOT of friends, with eclectic music collections, I’d been listening to Talk Shows as a CHILD!!! lol. Seriously though…!!!

Gabriel McLoughlin
Gabriel McLoughlin
7 months ago

TWO Singers with the Angelic Voices of Musical Gods,
Telly Savalas, and William Shat onher, ???

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago

Is it just me or does this freeVoice load up seem like a great litmus test for those that don’t have patience? When I see these comments I’m like (sure) I’ve had to re-load but then it comes on and maybe it’s because I remember before the internet or when it finally birthed just getting on the AOL dial-up was 10-20 longer than anything people are experiencing with freeVoice, (imo).

Chris Petryk
Chris Petryk
7 months ago

interesting tidbit about Under the Silver Lake – one of the producers is Sam Lufti, the shadowy figure who emerged out of nowhere as Britney Spears’ manager/boyfriend/’handler’ during her most tumultuous, crazy and seemingly MK-triggered period where she completely spiraled out during the mid-2000s

Also, it is interesting though probably nothing that Duncan Sheik’s debut album also has songs titled “The End of Outside” and “In the Absence of Sun” along with “Barely Breathing.

Gustavo Brett
Gustavo Brett
7 months ago

What George said about producers.

I’m a songwriter that’s written/channeled thousands of songs, and been around a lot of awesome songwriters both young and old. A tremendous amount of creative flow is happening all the time. Deep, intense lyrics can and do fly out of songwriters and poets all the time. It’s just something that happens.

As far as singing these “Brilliant” phrases, that can be common when working with a producer; simple as that. But if the singer is a songwriter they very well might actually find those “ brilliant ” phrases on their own depending on their craft, especially in the studio.
With the examples you put forth most were in a time when a hit song would pay the bills for many people; a hit song was jackpot. So a lot of focus and effort went into studio performances. Another thing Matt doesn’t understand is just how much effort musicians put into records and songs. I had a recording studio and it was both overwhelming and baffling how much time and effort would go into a single song.

Then sometimes it just flys out. I have a recording on my record that I wrote and recorded in one night. Now if Matt listened to that recording he might say no way did I write and record that in one night, but that’s what happened. It’s a truth channeling that just flew out of nowhere. Multiple voices, and a prophetic vision of our situation was birthed out of nowhere. So it happens…

On another note that scene from the creepy piano player has a interesting moment as he actually sings “ I love rock n roll ” by Joan Jett incorrectly. What’s interesting about that is that song has been Mandela Effected . “ Standing there by the record machine ” is now “ Dancing there”. That’s not what the creepy piano player sings wrong which makes it even more interesting.

Blessings everyone.

Claude Armel Monoveng
Claude Armel Monoveng
7 months ago

I was 20 and I did write song doing these type of vocals…yet J can say that you are right because it was weird and rare amongst my peers.

Claude Armel Monoveng
Claude Armel Monoveng
7 months ago

when it happens it just happens. you write and sing. you are unspired

Claudia Ciao
Claudia Ciao
7 months ago

Love that last minute especially. Bring it on!!

Tyler Kong
Tyler Kong
7 months ago

I believe the best music is channeled from a different dimension. 17th century violinist Giuseppe Tartini’s most famous work is one such example.
 
As the story goes in his own words:
 
One night, in the year 1713 I dreamed I had made a pact with the devil for my soul. Everything went as I wished: my new servant anticipated my every desire. Among other things, I gave him my violin to see if he could play. How great was my astonishment on hearing a sonata so wonderful and so beautiful, played with such great art and intelligence, as I had never even conceived in my boldest flights of fantasy. I felt enraptured, transported, enchanted: my breath failed me, and I awoke. I immediately grasped my violin in order to retain, in part at least, the impression of my dream. In vain! The music which I at this time composed is indeed the best that I ever wrote, and I still call it the “Devil’s Trill”, but the difference between it and that which so moved me is so great that I would have destroyed my instrument and have said farewell to music forever if it had been possible for me to live without the enjoyment it affords me.
 
You would have to be a musical savant to be able to recreate over 16 minutes of a song you have only heard for the first time. Considering the majority of people these days cannot even remember their dreams makes this feat all the more extraordinary. 

Link to listen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7rxl5KsPjs

john beasley
john beasley
7 months ago

There is a band or group called the “Wrecking Crew” who say they worked on just. about every record made from the 1960’s forward. The lyrics of the songs seem a lot like MK Ultra. They tell people seeming non-sense and it changes their world view. This music seems to me a type of poison just like what they put in the air, and water, and food.

William Hale
William Hale
7 months ago
Reply to  john beasley

Sage of quay channel goes deep into this subject
Worth listening to

K N
K N
7 months ago

Uhm I don’t know how to say this without appering as a delusional meglomanic even in this open minded community but I myself am the creepy piano player for a great deal of the music of the 1990’s and while im at it I might as well blow all crediablity and mention a few of the other bigger things i that were exctracted from m and turned into world events.. Im not in on “it” but i am the unwitting unwilling source. First ill give a brief outline of how this came to be. This will be a within the book ends explanation because i more than most anybody have reason to beieve in solopism because i can’t believe that I an “the One”. so here we go. one grandfather of mine was a friend of L Ron Hubbard. i met him multiple times as a 9 year old. He asked me to write a sci fi story. I made up a stupid story becuase i was only 9. He ended up using it as the creation myth for Scientology. I was also raped on a boat by teenage kid who hung around Mr Hubbard who may be the current head of Scientology. I of course knew none of this untill i saw the Documentry “Going Clear” about scinetology and all the memories came back. My other grandfather was head of Airforce One and 81st airlift command which knows where to take VIPs to safe areas in event of disasters. He cauight me with a porn mag and was so mad he poured hard liqure down my throat and stripped me and told me “We” are going to make me “our” Yoda. I term i learned latter is a person the make an example of in Freemasonry. I repressed all these memories and became a young happy punk rock anarchist which got me in trouble for spray painting anti government slogans on my school. I was being followed all my life and did not know it. in my early 20’s I became a plant care worker. The guy who waters the office plants. I worked going into all thses fFortune 500 companies. Caryle Group, J.P Morgan, Carlyle gruop, T mobile, Haliburton, Enron, Biotech companies, large law firms..ect. I was already being followed and these companies must look into who is going in and out of there offices every week so all the servallience groups started running into each other. I was introduced to Dick Chenny by my boss as an “important person”. This bothered me all these suits thinking they are important so i stupidly told Dick Chenny this terrible idea of how to turn a regular person into the Anichrist as a way to shock him. He asked to have a meeting with me and i explained a reality show centered around one person who dose not know they are on it then all the viewing audience votes on what material taken fromt thier life is the best and makes art music and world events from it. One day about 1992 I recieved a phone call from one day from a deep voiced person who kind of explained my own idea back to me and being the airhead that i am i didnt recogize it. They tried to get me to agree and take an Oath. They said if i completed my goals i named to them i would gain all the money generated from the art work if I didnt then the only way for people to be paid was for me to be made an outcast of my community emasculated humilated and then the Good people would be paid if not the “creeps” keep the money. I thought it was a prank call. I would come home from work smoke a bowl of weed and play my self tunned beat up guitar. over the next few years songs i wrote would show up from famous artists as i watched Mtv. Idid not make the connection ever for a decade. even with some of the lyrics written down itn was too wired for me to compute and i just forgot i wrote the. Red Hot Chill Peppers, Radiohead, Nirvana, Alanis Morrisett, U2, Foo Fighters and many many more including some one hit wonders came from my broken guitar.I descibeld a music song trading computer program i called Napster because you could just type the files you wanted and take nap and they would be traded amonst users. I had an emotional breakdown and descibed a school shooting which became Columbine, I was asked by a gruop of suits come up with a search engin comany name at the pet store i worked at and I came up with “Gooogle” because I had been listening to a math guy talk about that number on NPR. I also gave them the mission statement they asked for. I came up with “don’t be evil” because of my distrust in the system.. Google was started one month later in 1998. I was asked at they same time by a girl I liked what would happen in the future. I said what do you mean inventions, trends, disasters? she shaid disasters. So i explained that a large building in New York migh be blown up for instance maybe the one that looks like a tunning fork. She asked how that would be done. I said fly planes into it. Not knowing at the time that is not possible with the physics. She said its hard to take over a plane. I said well all you have to do is take some of thses box cutters we use to open the dog food do a few ninja moves and fly the plane into it. When i finnally woke up i realized i was being heavily gangstalked. Folloowed everywhere, My veryy specifit personal sayings and issued be laughed about on talk radio. I even had a large missel about 100 feet long blown out of the air by a railgun as i was watering my garden one summer a few years ago. The whole community was stalking me some trying to “help”. Its a living hell. I renounce all involvment in this and any bullshit contracts that made this happen. I will be given my money for my art. even if I think those songs are stupid. There is so much more. I know nobody is going to beleive but i thought if there is anywhere to post this true story it would be here. Like the videos and your community Matt epecially the heart based reality map. I also wanted to say on a lighter note that i also think that Star Trek where picard lives that whole other life really stands out as a special episode. Sorry for typing so long Have fun out there when you can people. God bless

K N
K N
7 months ago
Reply to  K N

I wish there was a way to edit and/or delete my comment on this thing. There are alot of errors and wrongly explained things in my comment from me being stoned and typing on my phones dumb keypad app.

Rob
Admin
Rob
7 months ago
Reply to  K N

Kn,

You can edit your comments hover your mouse over the little shell in the right corner of your comment. It let’s you edit or remove comments. If you have a comment you want removed or are stuck email support@freevoice.io

Rob

Philip McAdam
Philip McAdam
7 months ago

Well spotted Matt. I have seen the movie and would totally go with where most of these songs were composed by a few. And they came week after week back then and now there is nothing.

Tomi Bon Tomi
Tomi Bon Tomi
7 months ago

’til Tuesday – all dudes BTW. Long haired Adam’s Apples and these broad shoulders are almost scary. But the music is beautiful. Anybody else with eyes to see? 🙂

Forged-721 721
Forged-721 721
7 months ago
Reply to  Tomi Bon Tomi

Yeah the Transpocolpse Agenda . Most in here will be some what across this information

I used to be Heavily into the Topic..not many Channels left who publish the Content well tho

Forged-721 721
Forged-721 721
7 months ago

Observed Repetitive Vocal Hooks 🪝

Your a Genius Matty .I know my music and it’s complexitys . I think You are correct .and have found the X factor component placed into each hit

I will be tuned into it from now on.thx

Oh BTW don’t quit ya day Job …😄 Ya brave son of a Biiiiiiitch ..singing takes some stones 👍☺️

PETER
PETER
7 months ago

The B-52’s are going back into service? Are they actually dropping a truth? Perhaps referring to the Boeing B-52 Stratofortress Air Force Bomber about to be used again in this war?

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James
James
7 months ago

Morissette might qualify 😛

James
James
7 months ago

Think about who the authors of Under The Silver Lake are and you will realize the piano man to them represents a spirit. These people are not conspiracy theorists, but fans of devilish spiritual practices that create power, influence, and even genius in this world. The spirit of the piano man would have come to each author of the one-hit-wonder at some point, whether they know it or not. This is what that scene means – and killing him means he is rejecting the devil and eventually being kicked out of hell. But to these folks, this hell has all of their favorite things and the entire film demonstrates this inner struggle.

randy desnoyers
randy desnoyers
7 months ago

For 40 years I thought Jimmy Page/Jeff Beck’s old band was called The Yarbirds but as of 10 mins ago their albums say Yardbirds. Like birds out in the yard. It is as shocking to me as when I realized the show was called “Sex and the City”. somewhat unrelated comment, but had to see if it was a Mandela or i wasnt paying attention.

Jason Macnutt
Jason Macnutt
7 months ago

To Matt’s point towards the end, David Bowie(high level wizard) has a song called “Hang on to Yourself” on “Ziggy Stardust” album. “Come on. We really got a good thing going…if you really wanna make it, you better hang on to yourself.”

Zeljka Medic
Zeljka Medic
7 months ago

You are absolutely great.
Do you remember Milli Vanilli, when it came to light (of course, on purpose) that they were not singing a song but just opening their mouths. Everyone was offered a refund for the cassette. No one wanted the money back. It seems like a rock and roll decision to me. Is it? Do we, who grew up with the music of the 80’s, need to finish the magic to the end. Is that why they are constantly recycling those bands. Is it quite irrelevant in their magic whether you are on a ship of insanity or on the coast of river.

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Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
7 months ago

‘NICE, MATT! Ah HAD TO COME FOR THIS, MAN.
REMEMBER WHEN MARIAH WROTE MOST SONGS ON HER HIT ALBUM AT SIXTEENWITH CO-WRITER BEN MARGULIES? Ah KNOW, THAT WAS LATER.
YUP, THE ( SEEMINGLY) ‘CREEPY WRITER’, IM AFRAID TO DESCRIBE HIM, IN AND OUT OF THE PUBLISHER’S OFFICES.
AGAIN, PRODUCERS LIKE PHIL RAMONE MADE ‘BILLY’ A SUPERSTAR, YET I BELIEVE IT WAS DESTINY.
‘PHIL’ COULD MAKE ALMOST ANYONE A 1OFF!
Then there were deeper ones like, “Ho IT’S MAGIC’ WHICH ALAN PARSONS WAS BEHIND.
UGH, GUESS ah SHUDDA BEEN MEAN MAYBE.
EMI EYED MY JUNK IN MY TWENTIES BUT, YEAH IT WAS VERY UNCOMFORTABLE AROUND THE ‘BUSUNESS MEN’.
ONE I HAD WAS “TRUE LOVE”- JOHNNY P. BUT, NOT A HIT…HERE ANYWAY.
THE FINEST CREEPY PIANO PLAYER GOES TO ‘TOM WAITS’ imho! “The Piano Has Been Drinking” and SO MANY NICER ONES.
THANK YOU FOR THE ‘CHAIR’ HERE***<3'

Jeffrey Feinstein
Jeffrey Feinstein
7 months ago

(( no glasses. Ya might find interesting-
Just the way you are HOOK, according to ‘Billy’, melody came from early BJ song, “James”.
“James” is a helluva unique song, lyrically, with it’s musical roots of n classical.
B52 LADY’S HAD THIS MULTIPLE UNIT MOTEL IN CATSKILLS FOR MANY YEARS. (( GUESS THEY GOT TO KEEP SOME OF THE PUBLISHING RIGHTS?!

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
7 months ago

Remember Rock N Roll Hoochi Coo Rick Derringer, look at those lyrics I know my spelling is off, it just popped in my head.
Intresting & it always got air play?

randy desnoyers
randy desnoyers
7 months ago
Reply to  Jeff Hall

I think that was first recorded by Johnny Winter. Rick was in the band at the time. great song.

Jeff Hall
Jeff Hall
7 months ago

Thank’s Matt, I agree the music is a very deep topic, I’ve heard that music affects you’re mind more profoundly in the morning than any other time of the day, I really don’t know, but for me when I was growing up I noticed listening to music right when you wake up it had a different meaning, for loss of a better way to put it! Thank’s Matt & Rob.!

Fin Man
Fin Man
7 months ago

This was a lovely watch Matt.
Went straight to spotify to find one hit wonders. Song after song they all had vocal inflection.
“There she goes” – The La’s
“Video killed the radio star”- the buggles
“The sign”- Ace if base

Kwan Khan
Kwan Khan
7 months ago

A bit ago, I’d been surfing online and stumbled upon a link to a movie trailer and I clicked. Eight seconds later I was bedazzled by resonance as I recognized the view from my balcony overlooking the pool where I lived for 11 years. I was now staring at a trailer for a movie, Under the Silver Lake, with a plotline that mirrored my own life — a young adult who moves to LA when his life becomes enveloped in synchronicities and conspiracies — and it was literally filmed in my own apartment!

At the time I did not yet know of Matt’s channel, but upon discovering it, I knew I had found a kindred spirit. I figured that Matt must be very close in age as his references are highly specific to our shared temporal experience. Then as I listened one day, Matt brought up the Creepy Piano Player. I had not ever heard mention of the movie by anyone before, and this now confirmed my interest in Matt’s insights and experience.

I’m a long-time lurker, first-time poster, but I’ve wanted to share this happenstance for some time. Matt, I’d like to thank you for your continued effort to make sense of the domain that we inhabit. Your perspective is unique and incredibly refreshing to the “old hats” who’ve traversed these realms of conspiracy. Keep on keepin’ on.

sigh inara
sigh inara
7 months ago
Reply to  Kwan Khan

That’s amazing! I was married in Echo Park in 1991 right next door ~

William Lodderhose
William Lodderhose
7 months ago
Reply to  Kwan Khan

Very cool, thanks for sharing. I used to work in L.A.

free will of choice
free will of choice
7 months ago

>voice inflections

INFLEC’TION, noun [Latin inflectio.] – “bending or turning from a direct line or course”. As form (life) within flow (inception towards death); enacting flow represents the line/course; while reacting form represents the inflection.

Form can only exist within the momentum (balance) of flow…as the responding center (choice). Flow to form communication also represents the source for perceived sound; while responding choice within flowing sound represents resonance (need) or dissonance (want).

The trick being played represents the suggested word (insane person) over the perceived sound (in-sanus aka within sound, and per-sonos aka by sound). In other words…perceiving to be within; by; out of and in response to sound.

Word (suggested) over sound (perceived) represents the foundation for spell-craft aka crafting the spelling (inflection of sound) through means of suggesting words.

Snack Bottle
Snack Bottle
7 months ago

Hey Matt, I know this is entry-level conspiracy, but what is your opinion on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon matching up with The Wizard Of Oz?

Elliott Ker
Elliott Ker
7 months ago

If you watch enough professor of rock on YouTube you start to see a common response to how songs were written. They basically all say, “it just came to me”. Translation the creepy piano guy just put it in my head.

John Mcmullan
John Mcmullan
7 months ago

I remember hearing Eminem for the first time and thinking to myself wow this young man can can string some words together he’s up there with Shakespeare even if you don’t like his kind of music his words manship is genius and literally changed The way of thinking for a generation of middle-class white boys and girls for that matter.
Screams The Beatles to me brought in to literally change the thinking of a certain demographic of society. And I agree with you on the chili peppers I don’t believe they write their own music or are the great musicians they are reported to be. It amazes me the amount of cover versions that have been sung by a person or a group that has gone on to propelled them to fame. Could be the original singer just didn’t fit and so they chose another person band and to sing the song because it is the song that is important hence the amount of one-hit wonders. They were only ever brought in to cast the spell or whatever it was at particular song was meant to do

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