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The last one is particularly creepy, given that the New York Times announced in March the Met was officially — and loudly — ending its association with him amid accusations of "sexually abusive and harassing conduct.
Not a lot of details were released, but sometimes, just a few details are enough. The Met's investigation involved interviews with 70 people, and it ended with an official statement saying there was "credible evidence that Mr. Levine engaged in sexually abusive Levine denied the accusations then, but things started looking very, very bad with the revelation it wasn't the first time he'd been accused of that sort of thing.
There were rumors of abuse as far back as the s, when Levine was working at the Meadow Brook School of Music.
With accusations firmly out in the public eye now, one of his accusers was quoted as saying, "The truth can be very useful. The truth creates good. Cee Lo Green hit something of a rough patch in andand it gets a little complicated. According to The Guardianhis troubles only started when he was accused of both giving a woman ecstasy and later raping her. Green ultimately pleaded no contest to the drug felony and got three years of probation, along with 45 days of community service.
The rape charges simply went away because Green's lawyer argued there was no proof it wasn't consensual. That's skeevy, and it gets worse. Green took to Twitter to voice his opinions on rape, and saying they're horrible opinions is a huge understatement. The Twitterverse's meltdown was immediate, and even though he deleted the tweets, other Twitterers saved them to prove that once something's on the internet, it's definitely not going away.
That's true for everything, and it's especially true when it's a sentiment like that. Green apologized, saying he'd "never condone the harm of any women," but he still became another poster child for proof of just how healthy modern rape culture is via Mic. If there was ever a human being who embodied the spirit of music, that human was Miles Davis and the spirit was jazz.
But he was also such a horrible human that when the New York Times reported there was going to be a movie made about his life, they also said it presented some problems. First, let's mention the fact he used to play with his back to his fans, and God help anyone who was brazen enough to walk up to him. There was the insane vanity, to the point where via The Atlantic he condemned music critics for writing pieces that sang the praises of anyone else, claiming they were just out to take away his spotlight.
Then there were the heroin and cocaine addictions, stories of pimping, and his abusive relationships with the women he married. Ex-wife Frances Davis has claimed she wasn't just terrified of him, she ran away a few times convinced he was going to kill her.
He admitted to the whole sordid trend of beating his wives in his autobiography, Milesand even admitted he approved of other men hitting their wives and girlfriends to keep them in line. Wagner died indecades before the rise of Hitler and his Nazis. That means he wasn't around to see his music heralded as the soundtrack of the rise of modern anti-Semitism, but he probably wouldn't have hated the association.
According to DWWagner got more and more vocal about his anti-Semitic views as he got older. He wrote a ton of jaw-dropping stuff, believing Jews couldn't produce art, only mimic what they'd seen and heard from others. When he struggled as an up-and-coming composer, he blamed Jewish critics for keeping him from success. Later, he did form associations with Jewish philosophers and patrons, but that led into his other bit of shadiness.
Wagner and wife Cosima who continued his anti-Semitic crusade after his death so relentlessly demanded money from the King of Bavaria that The Telegraph says banks started paying them with thousands of coins in hopes of sending a message.
It didn't work. Cosima Devil Woman - Various - 25 Years Of Rock N Roll Volume 2 1962 (CD) was originally a wife of one of the men in Wagner's entourage, and they only married after a long-term affair resulting in a daughter.
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Brian Jones at right died when he was 27, and when Rolling Stone reported on the mysterious circumstances of his death, they did it in an article subtitled Sympathy for the Devil. That's not just a clever play on one of the Stones' songs — Jones made Keith Richards look like the one you'd choose to bring home to meet your parents. There were, of course, the drugs and the pills that ultimately led to him parting ways with the rest of the band not long before his drowning death.
His troubles started long before that, though, and he was kicked out of his grammar school for inciting rebellion. He held down a ton of random jobs, got in the face of the popular press who didn't understand — or particularly like — what they were doing, and behind closed doors he had a violent streak a mile long.
Anita Pallenberg was one of the original muses for the Stones, and she'd eventually go on to have a long-term relationship with Richards. But she started out with Jones, says Rolling Stoneand it was an abusive relationship that ended when Jones hit her so hard he broke his hand on her face. Sympathy for the devil, indeed.
If you want to talk about a guy who's been very vocal about some unpopular opinions, Morrissey is your guy. Inthe Independent picked up an interview he did Devil Woman - Various - 25 Years Of Rock N Roll Volume 2 1962 (CD) what he saw as the death of British-ness.
While he denied being either xenophobic or racist, he was still quoted as saying things like, "Although I don't have anything against people from other countries Travel to England and you have no idea where you are.
Three years later, The Guardian ran an interview with the vegetarian, who went on record condemning the animals rights abuses going on in China. He then continued, "You can't help but feel that the Chinese are a subspecies.
When the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, Morrissey via the Independent had this to say: "I hate sexual situations that are forced on someone. But in many cases, one looks at the circumstances and thinks that the person who is considered a victim is merely disappointed. It was a heartbreaking, cautionary tale of a girl who grew up in a family where domestic abuse was the norm, a girl who ended up in an abusive marriage of her own.
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After touring for several years, Fagen and Becker decided to stop touring and become a studio band, using session players to fill the roles of the former band members. The Royal Scamreleased infollowed a similar musical blueprint using many of the same musiciansand both albums would chart in the Top 20, in spite of the meager chart showing of their single releases, the band targeting AOR FM radio instead.
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