. . . producing an "Album" here.
It's not a "developed" idea, just an idea that, -- I didn't want to loose.
If one had the time and capability and "could do it" . . . what 10 - 20 (?) members here would you take a Song, or two and produce a select genre Album (well stated as, one of many that exist here) .
So, there would be a "break beat" electronic music album, a "political" album, a folk album, a blues... RnB, blues RnB ... metal, acoustic one-take lo fi, and "...etc. ..." album.
I can't specify this myself, --since just "got" the idea (as said above)... but I know there are groupings of songs I would bind together and from folks within varied over all genres ... from the extreme limits of what I might think lyrically, to country, to "kitchen folk music" with the kids, and with my own. Many "here" had "one" song, regardless of the rest --that I "liked" (so to speak), --meaning beyond feedback and having nothing to do with "good/bad" --taste and etc.
Since I have put effort into "listening" to others, I do have a "Watchlist..." and I guess I would start there. You?
However, as I found out the other day, a "new" later coming member did some stuff I just loved personally but, was tagged "unrelated" as I read it/them. (Yes I did comment that, let them know, --hope they understood?.) I think folks should keep in mind tags are not anything more than that. So, if do a R&B song and is an "acoustic one-take lo-fi" --that is the important to 'here" tag, not necessarily "break up song", or etc. I heard some great stuff I would have otherwise missed. I don't personally, for e.g. search for break up songs
Well, this is somewhat Rhetorical... but then, derUgo
-- I already "know" the sensitivities, "down side" to this since read it already in response to "issues", "here". However, again, if you were a "backing producer", regardless of the "issues", who would you start to group. It's just a thought, fwiw (Rhetorical)
PS: So if Rhetorical, why even comment it? Well, not being an "admin", nonetheless "see" who's here +- and since the "hard-core?" ... "your" opinion kinda does count, so to speak, as I see it for me. So, for e.g. if we have, maybe (just throwing out a number), 20-ish folks here they do have "rights" (so to speak) to say, "hey, I who love, and "do", -- acoustic one-take lo-fi ... would put these folks, this song together". I just can't help but wonder what that would look like from member "x, y, z...," here. Just say'in...