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  • swaggeronmyarse

    so raycis

    januari 2014
  • Lilmedonster

    Blue Eyed Soul. what's next Asian Eyed Soul Arab Eyed Soul? Indian Eyed Soul? Its quite blegh [2]

    juli 2013
  • tetomusicmag

    I have recently stumbled upon a great soul artist named Sam Dickinson, he has just released his new video and it would be extremely helpful if you could share it and spread the word. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8Cm8K7M_DI

    juni 2013
  • miko0lz

    Blue Eyed Soul. what's next Asian Eyed Soul Arab Eyed Soul? Indian Eyed Soul? Its quite blegh

    november 2012
  • SevenChalices

    Strictly for white people.

    augusti 2012
  • BarneyJWY

    Ugh...clearly people are ignorant. Blue-Eyed Soul has been around for a LONG time. It's not racist at all. It just means white people who sing R&B and soul music. Yes, race doesn't matter when it comes to music, but this subgenre was made because it was rare for white people to be singing music that was typically dominated by black people. People just decided distinguish white people singing a genre that a lot of them normally wouldn't sing.

    juli 2012
  • burnlikeashes

    blue eyed? naive soul? stpid tags for stupid listeners

    februari 2012
  • Isco91

    Dumbest tag ever [2]. I don't even know why this is considered a sub-genre in the first place. What's next, "Blue-Eyed Hip-Hop"? lol.

    januari 2012
  • Isco91

    Dumbest tag ever [2]. I don't even know why this is considered a sub-genre in the first place. The fuck.

    januari 2012
  • DrAlphaeus

    Co-sign this below. Some of the earliest pop music genres are "race" and "hillbilly" — later "rhythm & blues" and "country & western" which refer to black and white people respectively... they fused for a short while under the banner "rock and roll" but then were split off again into "soul" & "funk" & "urban" vs. "rock" & "folk" & "country". They remain racial codewords. If we can tag "black rock" why can't we tag "blue-eyed soul"? (I've never heard the term "white soul" used, always this euphemism.)

    september 2011
  • genegir

    If you call this genre racist, you can call all music genres racist. I think you can say black people make a different kind of soul than white people, (or blue-eyed, whatever). So it's not about the looks, it's about their voice, their soul. [2]

    september 2011
  • anneDUDETTE

    If you call this genre racist, you can call all music genres racist. I think you can say black people make a different kind of soul than white people, (or blue-eyed, whatever). So it's not about the looks, it's about their voice, their soul.

    augusti 2011
  • pistolCAFE

    Why does this tag or genre exist? It's all R&B. I don't understand the point of drawing attention to the race of the singer... Also, WHAT BLUE EYES? stop tagging with this people.

    juni 2011
  • jonpwnsu

    1.) that's racist. and 2.) we all know that black soul is better anyway.

    juni 2011
  • vitrolaeletrica

    ???

    maj 2011
  • bongich

    blue-eyed soul?!? oh c'mon!

    maj 2011
  • MrMetroid

    Best type of soul music ever

    maj 2011
  • CRAZLYUN4GETABL

    music doesnt need a color [3]

    augusti 2010
  • msdoox

    Well hell how do you take this off then??? Get on your job last.fm please and use your override button + delete..... the people have spoken.

    augusti 2010
  • Magus_Perde

    People who see racism and pseudo-racism everywhere are stupid people.

    juni 2010
  • pinedasgal

    judge music by how it sounds, not how it looks [2]

    maj 2010
  • pashelast

    = white ass soul

    februari 2010
  • Crustclock

    I want to destroy this tag.

    januari 2010
  • laDiaEspecial

    music should be judged by how it sounds, not how it looks. this tag is so 1965. move on.

    januari 2010
  • XxSWAYxSWAYxX

    well accept maybe for Van Morrison.

    december 2009
  • XxSWAYxSWAYxX

    What a complete shat pile of a musicians in this "sub genre" if you can even call it that.

    december 2009
  • JuanAntonio1981

    Van Morrison scottish? jajajajajajajajajaja you bastard

    oktober 2009
  • frater210

    @Crustclock: The difference is that Van Morrison's (Scottish) soul comes from a completely different cultural milieu than that of the black American artists who originally headed up 'Soul' music as a genre. @akilahsigler: This is kind of naive. It is almost the same as saying that music doesn't need history. Consider the following extreme examples: 1. An "Irish Folk" musician descended from several generations of wealthy Dutch Afrikaaners, whose fortune originates from the slave trading business of the 16th century. 2. A group of Tibetan Buddhist monks performing Gregorian chant. Is it smart to let the wealthy Dutch heir be mistaken for an impoverished Irish farmer, or Tibetan Buddhists for Benedictines? When it comes to making genre distinctions in music (most are stupid and pointless,) it seems the only useful ones are those that distinguish class and ethnicity, as those genres usually have something valuable to say about the class and ethnic groups they developed out of.

    augusti 2009
  • Crustclock

    I hate this term. Van Morrison is soulful as hell, what difference does it make that he's white?

    maj 2009
  • Bloodsucker100

    ERIC BURDON

    mars 2009
  • akilahsigler

    music doesnt need a color

    december 2008