Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Kickin' it with the Genealogy Standards and Daft Punk

When the revised Genealogy Standards came out in January 2014, I had to recalculate the standards that I had memorized two years before. The standards are all still there and in a format and flow that makes logical sense. I was listening to a lot of Daft Punk and Who Made Who (the pop-trio, not the AC/DC album) at the time and now when I listen to certain songs from Random Access Memories, I equate it with Standards for Researching or the Genealogical Proof Standard.

Genealogy Standards and Daft Punk: Random Access Memories.

Music snob alert: If you can, bypass the song "Touch." It is terribly awkward and the reason why I have Andrew Lloyd Webber stuff blocked. But on a cool-guy tip, "Giorgio by Moroder" will make you think of the Scarface soundtrack. :)