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  • @jacobb8397
    @jacobb8397 3 роки тому +255

    I don't care what anyone says "Look at your game girl" is an eternal banger.

    • @bryannicholls200
      @bryannicholls200 3 роки тому +14

      That was a hidden song on Guns and Roses Spaghetti Incident album comes on around 30 seconds to a minute after the last song on the album Axl even thanks him but calls him Chuck

    • @BetrayerSlayerMusic
      @BetrayerSlayerMusic 3 роки тому +1

      My World is mine. Absolute beauty. Been playing hardcore punk then Chuck taught me a new way of playing. I love it. Tragic human. Not a nice guy. Def railroaded.

    • @ninjavirus3534
      @ninjavirus3534 3 роки тому +1

      My favorite song too

    • @knightwing5169
      @knightwing5169 3 роки тому +2

      "Cease to exist" is also pretty good.

    • @DarthVaderReturns1
      @DarthVaderReturns1 3 роки тому

      @@bryannicholls200 axle rose no longer wants nothig to do with charles manson anymore he wants to have look at your game girl off of that 1993 album for good

  • @efe_aydal
    @efe_aydal 3 роки тому +360

    There are a few dark documentary type channels like yours and I like them much more than professional productions. I hate the fake over-dramatic narration in the TV docs. And I really like that u're talking normally like telling it to a friend. Something the TV documentary channels should learn from people like you.
    Blameitonjorge also sounds like you.

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +38

      Thank you very much man that's really appreciated

    • @Ttv862
      @Ttv862 3 роки тому +9

      Spot on! I completely agree. So engrossed in these

    • @santoast3018
      @santoast3018 3 роки тому +3

      Agree

    • @JennaLeigh
      @JennaLeigh 2 роки тому +4

      You described him perfectly. His conversational style is pleasant, but still comes across informed and intelligent without the haughtiness big networks give off. Great channel!

    • @logosfocus
      @logosfocus 2 роки тому +3

      check out 'deadbug says' , hes a tv 📺 film director that puts on here what he cannot on the propoganda ridden tv stations..

  • @efe_aydal
    @efe_aydal 3 роки тому +303

    If you ask me, even if he somehow managed to become famous, he'd still get himself into prison soon after.

    • @babakazi808
      @babakazi808 3 роки тому +7

      Most definitely

    • @matty7006
      @matty7006 3 роки тому +5

      You look like you're not long for prison

    • @pablojosechavezbotto7689
      @pablojosechavezbotto7689 2 роки тому +20

      I think that if he would've had a best childhood, he would be a famous singer rn, and he would be regarded as one of the classic singers. Such wasted talent, I often like to imagine a world where Hitler is a famous painter, where charles manson is a famous singer, and a world in which ted kaczynski is a famous professor, like stephen hawking or peter shor. If only the world treated them better

    • @holyhecks
      @holyhecks 2 роки тому +12

      @@pablojosechavezbotto7689 You're a nutcase bro. No offense.

    • @Milenaiguess
      @Milenaiguess 2 роки тому +9

      @@holyhecks the no offense at the end made me chuckle ngl

  • @wukong1475
    @wukong1475 2 роки тому +36

    Imagine how much of an inspirational story this would’ve been if Charles had cleaned up his act from his past life of crime and didn’t screw up his chances with Wilson and Melcher. He might’ve been a household name in the world of music instead of the wrong reasons. Excellent content!

  • @Omen0004
    @Omen0004 3 роки тому +50

    This is one of those special channels that make you genuinely grateful for this platform. I wish Deburke would get the views and subs he deserves though.

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +8

      Thanks a million I really appreciate it!

    • @ProperGander011
      @ProperGander011 3 роки тому +2

      Subbing because of your comment Vanilla. First vid.

    • @logosfocus
      @logosfocus 2 роки тому +1

      checkout deadbug says ☝

  • @Mantizer
    @Mantizer 3 роки тому +80

    This is the content I want to watch. Thank you sir.

  • @katierae5445
    @katierae5445 3 роки тому +64

    Thank you, thank you for doing this one! “Look at your game girl” is one of my favorite songs by him. Such wasted talent...

    • @WobblesandBean
      @WobblesandBean 3 роки тому +7

      That's a truly beautiful song. God, he was so talented, yet so warped and deranged. I'm torn on what to think, I love his music, but I detest the fact that I love it.

    • @katierae5445
      @katierae5445 3 роки тому +4

      @@WobblesandBean Right, it’s a huge debate of separating the art from the artist.

  • @lucrativesoundsent.1274
    @lucrativesoundsent.1274 3 роки тому +110

    Maybe in another dimension Charles Manson is a musical legend and Chris Benoit is a wrestling hall of famer. Too bad, it is what it is 😐.

    • @michelecherek5392
      @michelecherek5392 3 роки тому +5

      Ikr... I was DEVASTATED when Chris died...😪

    • @lucrativesoundsent.1274
      @lucrativesoundsent.1274 3 роки тому +4

      @@michelecherek5392 Same here 😩

    • @michelecherek5392
      @michelecherek5392 3 роки тому +2

      @Rollin' Stoned Please understand that the use of steroids and his depression (mental illness) amplified everything. The act itself? Yes, disgusting. But when u have deeper info, u see it otherwise would never have been his intent. That stuff (steroids) on TOP of mental health issues were to blame. It's unfortunate that some are too afraid or maybe too proud to get the APPROPRIATE treatment they need...🤷‍♀️

    • @DACHBO1
      @DACHBO1 3 роки тому

      Charles manson is a musical legend, and if there is a world to be remembered in the future it will remember people who told the truth. All the fake people, fake musicians e.t.c. will not be remembered.

    • @CartoonManWhoo
      @CartoonManWhoo 2 роки тому +1

      who the fuck is Chris Benoit?

  • @nicotopcat1188
    @nicotopcat1188 3 роки тому +47

    Charlie was so close to becoming something but blew it and decided he would take it out on high society. Like he said; "I'm nobody."

    • @selfishstockton6123
      @selfishstockton6123 3 роки тому +3

      Everybody is a nobody

    • @Gino565
      @Gino565 2 роки тому +3

      @@selfishstockton6123 that makes zero sense.

    • @OfficialDJTasawennateken
      @OfficialDJTasawennateken 4 місяці тому

      Yeah that's not what happened at all guy He didn't blow it Where'd you get your information from Manson had a deal with a man named Terry The man who lived in the house before the tates This man Terry told Manson his music was great and everything and he was going to help him get it out there and make him famous but when Manson went to Terry's house the guy decided to ridicule him make fun of him and his looks and everything and called his music crap and shit and told him he's not going to work with him and then kicked him off his property threatening that he's going to beat him up and everything if you don't get off his property or even call the police The guy Terry is the reason why Manson turned out to be who he was If this guy never did this to Manson Manson would have never became a psychopath You people need to understand that has nothing to do with his childhood before all this stuff happened he was a good person who made great music about great topics It was not until Terry the guy who was supposed to help him become a actual celebrity musician betrayed him and stabbed him in the back that all this went downhill.

  • @hellfireeternal212
    @hellfireeternal212 2 роки тому +14

    So he basically became this infamously evil man after a failed career in the arts... Now where have I heard that one before

    • @BoggarthVT
      @BoggarthVT 2 роки тому +5

      Hail--

    • @OfficialDJTasawennateken
      @OfficialDJTasawennateken 4 місяці тому

      His career wasn't failed He was lied to and ridiculed and made fun of and told he wasn't going to be worked with after a man who lived in the house at the Tates were murdered in told him his music was great and he was going to help him become known after Manson went to the guy's house to confront him on when his music was going to be released the guy bashed him ridiculed him made fun of him and everything and said his music was crap and basically said he's not working with him threatened him and everything to get off his property He basically lied to Manson told him he was going to help him with a career in music and backstabbed him That's why Manson went on a murder spree with his family The Tates weren't even the target A lot of you people are misinformed and don't even know about the real story

  • @efe_aydal
    @efe_aydal 3 роки тому +113

    Perfect timing. I needed something dark to entertain me while working on my project.

  • @Ttv862
    @Ttv862 3 роки тому +20

    On the small chance that you do a video about something or someone we already know and hear about often on other channels I still end up learning something new. You're very good at what you do!

  • @themadmattster9647
    @themadmattster9647 2 роки тому +21

    one of the best channels on youtube. Thanks for giving GG Allin justice as well..he had talent as a singer, songwriter, and drummer that people don't give him credit for.

  • @ianandre1540
    @ianandre1540 3 роки тому +40

    Damn that first song is a banger

    • @KoiBlvd
      @KoiBlvd 3 роки тому

      Ian Andre what song is it? I haven’t heard it.

    • @kyia854
      @kyia854 3 роки тому +2

      88. STARS I think it’s Close to Me by Charles Manson

    • @dante6x
      @dante6x 3 роки тому +1

      Listen to "look at your game girl" its his best song imo

    • @leftlegcemetery
      @leftlegcemetery 3 роки тому

      Yeah that was amazing.

    • @jah5390
      @jah5390 2 роки тому

      It's an english cover of "sabor a mi"

  • @Baki_B
    @Baki_B 3 роки тому +82

    I feel dirty listening to his songs

    • @swimsvg1855
      @swimsvg1855 3 роки тому +4

      @@Ayyem93 arguably, you should. Charles was an awful human, way worse than most shitbag musicians. Other musicians abuse people and commit sexual assault. Charles straight up called for the murder of several people. I don't think you're a bad person for not feeling dirty about listening to him, but its a pretty natural human reaction.

    • @MIKE-TYTHON
      @MIKE-TYTHON 2 роки тому +7

      @@swimsvg1855 sexual assault is up there with murder for me unfortunately

    • @nickcharles6530
      @nickcharles6530 2 роки тому +3

      If someone tells you to jump off a bridge and you do it, do they deserve to go to prison for life? If you really look into Manson's life you'll see that he may have been a conman, but he didn't deserve life in prison, especially not for things other people did. If you follow that logic, George Bush Jr should have been right there in prison with him.

    • @toddpacker4683
      @toddpacker4683 2 роки тому +3

      @@nickcharles6530 possibly. Thatd be a case by case basis. In the case of Manson then he definitely deserves to be in jail forever for convicting people to brutally murder

    • @toddpacker4683
      @toddpacker4683 2 роки тому +3

      @@Ayyem93 Manson wasn’t joking. If he did it once why would’nt he ask people to kill again? He’s dangerous

  • @ericasheppard3063
    @ericasheppard3063 2 роки тому +65

    Manson said he never “killed anyone HIMSELF” but was also a known liar. Many people went missing while on the ranch. Yes-some could’ve been overdoses and were just buried, but there are documented missing people, some of which he supposedly killed him self. This was told decades later by some members of “the family”. If these stories were told immediately after their arrest, I could understand the argument that they were attempting to cooperate and get lighter sentence, etc., however they were VERY loyal to Manson at that time. Some died loyal to him. Those who told the stories were not getting out of prison any earlier for telling, as their appeals had been over for decades. We may never know the truth. Even if a forensic team went out and dig the place up by the acre and found several bodies, it doesn’t mean they’d find evidence that Manson killed them himself. I’m just saying I do not trust him, which I believe is reasonable.

    • @americandiablo
      @americandiablo 2 роки тому +1

      The authorities NEVER found additional bodies. That is a lie. Stop spreading more shit

    • @americandiablo
      @americandiablo 2 роки тому +3

      I don't trust you, and neither should anyone else.

    • @shuruff904
      @shuruff904 2 роки тому +2

      What??? You don't trust this upstanding citizen? The gall!!!!

    • @americandiablo
      @americandiablo 2 роки тому

      I did read it. And I know Helter Skelter is lies and garbage

  • @SakicFan
    @SakicFan 11 місяців тому +8

    Chapters For Your Convenience:
    2:37 - The Early Days
    7:00 - A Decade of Prison
    10:01 - The Most Unlikely Teacher
    13:35 - The Manson Family and Dennis Wilson
    16:41 - Manson Goes Hollywood
    23:04 - The Tate-Labianca Murders
    28:30 - Conclusion

  • @deburke321
    @deburke321  3 роки тому +83

    This one took a little longer than expected because of how many twists and turns this story has but it was one of my favourite topics to research so I hope you guys enjoy it!

    • @kikeheebchinkjigaboo6631
      @kikeheebchinkjigaboo6631 3 роки тому +2

      Old news. Now discuss the People’s Temple Choir album

    • @Ttv862
      @Ttv862 3 роки тому

      My husband has used the ridge wallet for over 4 or 5 years and he LOVES it! Way more convient and practical. Looks modern and classy when you use it too.👍

    • @donolbers9446
      @donolbers9446 3 роки тому +1

      Charlie is misidentified as the guy on the chopper, that photo was posted on a biker page of old, the name of which is no longer in my memory bank. Maybe Satan's Slaves, or just maybe, the Straight Satans.

    • @Stan_CT
      @Stan_CT 2 роки тому +1

      I refer you to Nicholas Schreck's soon to be published final edition of 'The Manson File: Myth & Reality of an Outlaw Shaman' for a definitive look at all aspects of Charles Manson's life and music. It will dispel long standing myths that permeate to this day, even in this 'documentary'.

    • @michaelmccoy1794
      @michaelmccoy1794 2 роки тому +1

      I love your content dude, this is great stuff. Your videos on GG Allen and Mayhem were as informative as they were disturbing! High expectations set for this one!

  • @strivingx67
    @strivingx67 3 роки тому +6

    Great idea for an episode man. Really well done as always. I've listened to some of his music in the past. It's really not bad at all. And Look at your Game Girl cover by GnR is fantastic. I still listen to it time to time. Keep up the great work man. You hit this one out of the park imo. (PS, congrats on the Sponsorship by Ridge!)

  • @gravekeepersgeek
    @gravekeepersgeek 3 роки тому +39

    Have anyone told you you look like a very young Jack Black

    • @selfishstockton6123
      @selfishstockton6123 3 роки тому +1

      I don’t see it

    • @gravekeepersgeek
      @gravekeepersgeek 3 роки тому +2

      @@selfishstockton6123 take a good look at his face stare into the eyes he looks like a young Jack Black

    • @billzthagreat6673
      @billzthagreat6673 2 роки тому

      @@gravekeepersgeek mixed with keanu

  • @mrhyde2937
    @mrhyde2937 3 роки тому +83

    Charles Manson's music was legitimately great. He was very talented. If his music took off the murderers may not have happened and I really think he deserved fame for his music.

    • @Albums4Days
      @Albums4Days 2 роки тому +11

      lay off the copium pal

    • @bluenderd
      @bluenderd 2 роки тому +6

      I agree, Charlie could have been big. But sadly that never happend.

    • @danemoore65
      @danemoore65 2 роки тому +6

      You should read more into the murders before you say he deserved something good.

    • @jawnske
      @jawnske 2 роки тому +2

      the CIA would never let that happen

    • @maxblkk_6677
      @maxblkk_6677 2 роки тому

      @@jawnske ha

  • @ejanewilkinson
    @ejanewilkinson 3 роки тому +8

    Just discovered this channel and love the deep dive black metal vids!!! Pleaseeeee make more x

  • @matty7006
    @matty7006 3 роки тому +14

    He wrote a song for the beach Boys and almost got in with them

  • @obengrupperfuhrerheinrichv7230
    @obengrupperfuhrerheinrichv7230 2 роки тому +9

    Fun fact iTunes has mansons complete album :)so in a way he made it in the music industry.

  • @FleetwoodCat
    @FleetwoodCat 3 роки тому +15

    Well done video. Learned some things i never knew.

  • @Comrade_Nils
    @Comrade_Nils 3 роки тому +36

    I genuinely think that Manson is a pathetic guy that just craved attention more than anything and tried to sell his pseudo-philosophical ramblings as some kind of ideology. Just look at 34:30 - this is pretty much the same answer you'd get from any random crackhead in a McDonald's parking lot. I honestly hate the thought that he pretty much succeeded in his quest for attention because he just happened to be (from his perspective) in the right place at the right time.

    • @Zachbeckwith92
      @Zachbeckwith92 Рік тому

      I think Invisible Tears is so relatable.

    • @taffysaur
      @taffysaur Рік тому

      I’m under no illusions about his worth as a human being or a contributing member of society, but he definitely had a lot of interesting ideas. I don’t think it’s too unfair to call him a street philosopher.

  • @jevinday
    @jevinday 3 роки тому +68

    People always think I'm nuts because I like some of his music. Look at Your Game, Girl is such a good song. I like to play it on the guitar and sing it. If you separate the art from the artist, you might find something you like. Cease to Exist is really good too, even though the words are creepy and cultish haha

    • @uckdaddy7933
      @uckdaddy7933 2 роки тому +4

      It’s why the beach boys changed the lyrics

    • @MsDragontooth
      @MsDragontooth Рік тому +5

      I think you can listen to whoever you like and I can objectively say his music is not bad however I don't think you can separate the art from the artist. If somebody is a artist they are communicating something with their art and if the mind which is communicating is sick it will reflect in their work. So what exactly is speaking to you if you consume it?
      For example Marilyn Mansons work which is also not bad but really clearly inspired by his real life sadistic torture and abuse of young women. Or R Kelly.
      There is also a more direct financial support if you buy their art which indirectly helps them do what they do.

    • @beefugsdc4349
      @beefugsdc4349 Рік тому +2

      @@MsDragontooth I know it's been a few months but I feel I must disagree about separation of art and artist. As a musician it might sound odd for me to say this but lyrics and words often mean nothing to me, what I find most important is the melody and rhythm. For me the words in there always come second. That may be because I'm not a singer, I'm a guitarist, but I also feel the same about literature, not just music.
      H.P. Lovecraft was undeniably a racist and xenophobic man, and even for his time he was especially bad. You could say that's reflected in his work, but at the end of the day he's not trying to convince you that your racially ambiguous neighbor is out to get you (even if he does have unusually specific and xenophobic descriptions), he's telling you a fictional story about incomprehensible aliens.
      If it's what you get out of it, so be it, but it's not the point of the medium. Some artists love to have hidden messages in their texts, but not everyone does. Sometimes a song is just a song, and sometimes a book is just a book.

    • @bobsackkajar5200
      @bobsackkajar5200 Рік тому +1

      Personally you can't separate the two. You must look and listen to the music with the lense of what that person did and just view it a different way. Don't get me wrong, i like some of his songs but they're creepy when you listen to some of them with the context of what he did lol

    • @taffysaur
      @taffysaur Рік тому

      @@MsDragontooth The allegations against Marilyn Manson are unproven and frankly kind of incredible, all things considered.

  • @alphastarcar
    @alphastarcar 3 роки тому +25

    Very interesting. He had some serious demons controlling him.

  • @Gilgaemesh
    @Gilgaemesh 2 роки тому +9

    Crazy how history makes such good stories.

    • @dgef
      @dgef 2 роки тому +1

      IF you believe them

    • @randyyygonzalez
      @randyyygonzalez 2 роки тому +2

      He will be back soon

  • @Ghoulikmusik
    @Ghoulikmusik 2 роки тому +16

    The thing that’s truly tragic is that he had an exceptional voice, and could’ve been amazing.. if he wasn’t such a sociopathic maniac. It really makes me think he allured people with his talent and then brainwashed them with psychedelics and other means.. truly bizarre and tragic indeed

  • @michaelmccoy1794
    @michaelmccoy1794 2 роки тому +4

    Wow. I had NO IDEA charlie learned to play from ALVIN KARPIS? Karpis was a contemporary and associate of John friggin Dillinger! And he learned here in my beloved evergreen homestate? See, I thought i knew everything, but i learnt something new, just like your other installments in this series! So glad i subbed!

  • @cloudbloom
    @cloudbloom 2 роки тому +5

    I'm glad you shifted away from the "5 most ______ things" format, videos like this one are much more interesting imo. Nice job on this one dude👌

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  2 роки тому +1

      Thank you I appreciate it!

  • @AngelSoldiers
    @AngelSoldiers 3 роки тому +7

    Love these videos! Just found you today, through your mayhem video. Love it!

  • @lj6937
    @lj6937 3 роки тому +5

    I love your videos 💖 i really like and enjoy what you have to offer on this channel 🌟⭐ great work 👍🏻👍🏻

  • @thevolpster7977
    @thevolpster7977 3 роки тому +2

    good to see you again Deburke. I hope you're well.

  • @paingalore4l922
    @paingalore4l922 Рік тому +2

    I feel like Charles Manson would’ve been a figure like Kurt cobain if he would’ve went the music route

  • @kardosphilippe6886
    @kardosphilippe6886 3 роки тому +2

    This, sir, is a fantastic and glorious documentary!!! Bravo!!!

  • @TheSmashingDoc1
    @TheSmashingDoc1 2 роки тому +3

    its bs that people see him as this demon, the people in his family were so crazy, that he sometimes even left. but he was so charismatic that all eyes were on him

  • @sleepless9994
    @sleepless9994 3 роки тому +9

    That’s some killer music

  • @Stan_CT
    @Stan_CT 2 роки тому +6

    Refer to Nicholas Schreck's soon to be published final edition of 'The Manson File: Myth & Reality of an Outlaw Shaman' for a definitive look at all aspects of Charles Manson's life and music. It will dispel long standing myths that permeate to this day, even in this 'documentary'.

  • @abadidea9325
    @abadidea9325 2 роки тому +6

    This was great. I knew he tried to be famous, but had no clue it went this far!

  • @redpimpletonthesimpleton8812
    @redpimpletonthesimpleton8812 3 роки тому +5

    I think the reason why he only ever "got close" to success and fame in the industry is that his talent was blunted by the fact that he was a psychopath. It's like the saying that ones humility should outweigh their ability.
    Because the business world is made up of people and involves social hierarchy and order, like everything made up of many people, someone who has that messianic, grandiose, psychopathic disposition just doesnt have the humility to start out at the bottom and appropriately introduce his talent to any kind of system that doesnt already worship him.
    Thats my guess.

  • @redsofaanimation
    @redsofaanimation 3 роки тому +16

    If only The Beach Boys gave him a chance and screwing him over everything would have been different

    • @bluenderd
      @bluenderd 2 роки тому +1

      Well... Maybe. And maybe if he would have gotten his record deal then maybe we would remember him as the great musician that he was instead of the "monster" that later appeared.

    • @chasegeorge4225
      @chasegeorge4225 2 роки тому +8

      to be fair he was extremely messed up and would of ruined any success he had at some point or another

  • @JOOLVAUR
    @JOOLVAUR 3 роки тому +7

    I absolutely love his music, some songs were truly masterful and he is probably one of my favorites in terms of music, groovy as shit.

  • @williamhild1793
    @williamhild1793 3 роки тому +24

    If you didn't know who the singer/composer was (say somebody told you it was Charles Masters or something like that), you could very well think that the music is overall pretty good. But knowing it's Charles Manson automatically clouds your judgment and creeps you out.

    • @williamhild1793
      @williamhild1793 3 роки тому

      @UCNpuFrZc1F4heReKGpPCiWw Great parallel. Same sort of a situation. If you were told the paintings were done by Albert Hinson, you would think they were pretty darn good.

  • @rudolfstinkleranimated9197
    @rudolfstinkleranimated9197 3 роки тому +6

    The Thing is that he's actually a good Musician, he's not the best, but Bad. He's also my favourite Musician. I dont like him as a Person, but them his Music is good.

  • @obrain75
    @obrain75 3 роки тому +4

    I’ve been looking forward to this for a while now. Just an observation...you said he was born on 13NOV1934, but the birth certificate said 12NOV1934. I wouldn’t have normally picked up on this but my birthday is also November 12 so I was shocked to hear November 13, and even more surprised to see the certificate that read November 12.

  • @brynjaronsien3980
    @brynjaronsien3980 3 роки тому +9

    Epic channel! You should check out the italian renaissance composer Gesualdo. Fascinating stuff

    • @deburke321
      @deburke321  3 роки тому +3

      Thank you! I'll definitely check it out

    • @rainontent5957
      @rainontent5957 2 роки тому

      @@deburke321 there's a documentary on him by werner herzog. he was a musical visionary genius and a crazed murderer and supposed necrophile. Very interesting music and story and definitely one that could fit with this channels vibe!
      love the channel.

  • @crud420
    @crud420 3 місяці тому +1

    crazy that guinn went out interviewing grannies and they reported a knife rape

  • @DarthVaderReturns1
    @DarthVaderReturns1 3 роки тому +1

    i cant beileve one of my favorite bands covered one of charles mansons songs

  • @0therun1t21
    @0therun1t21 Рік тому +1

    It's strange, one of my first memories was of seeing bits of the trial on tv.

  • @keironhiggspoet
    @keironhiggspoet Місяць тому

    I discovered this album last year, likely entranced by how "close to me" sounded watching this video. Manson had the potential, definitely with a handful of nicely sung and well wrote tunes. as i own LIE and the outtakes album now, its a shame his version of the song mentioned and "invisible tears" didn't make this album, as i consider those two his finest numbers.

  • @Biellien
    @Biellien 3 роки тому +3

    Hes also a good dancer

  • @jaketheman091
    @jaketheman091 Рік тому +1

    His singing style was the crooning type (like Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennet) and that's what he was truly inspired by much more so than the Beatles, but on the other hand, maybe the 60s in general was a great time for anyone to get into music. There are stars from the 50s who approached the 60s sound exceptionally.

    • @captainape6807
      @captainape6807 11 місяців тому

      Check out the vid Charles Manson Superstar. It is a much better doc.

  • @morqus8169
    @morqus8169 3 роки тому +5

    I mistaken Charles Manson for the guy responsible for the Jonestown Massacre...

    • @emiel4254
      @emiel4254 3 роки тому

      He was atleast i think

    • @morqus8169
      @morqus8169 3 роки тому +1

      @@emiel4254 It was Jim Jones.

  • @Alesanascreamokid
    @Alesanascreamokid 3 роки тому +2

    Mechanical Man is a bop

  • @bryangarcia5599
    @bryangarcia5599 3 роки тому

    It might be worth nothing that _The Family Jams_ album ( which is the 1997 remastered ‘Deluxe’ reissue of the previously-released white-vinyl album _The Manson Family Sings the Songs of Charles Manson_ ) is quite good, too. Charlie himself doesn’t appear on that one, as it was recorded during his trial, but his songs are lent a rather haunting and strangely alluring quality, as performed by Steve ‘Clem’ Grogan (a.k.a. ‘Scramblehead’) and what sounds for all the world like some grovelling Stygian choir of damned souls, consisting of remaining Family members Sandra ‘Blue’ Good, Lynette ‘Squeaky’ Fromme, Catherine ‘Gypsy’ Share, Catherine ‘Cappy’ Gillies, Nancy ‘Brenda’ Pitman, and Ruth Ann ‘Ouisch’ Moorehouse. Excellent stuff, and an important and incredibly potent historical ‘time capsule’, to boot.

  • @stickyrecordz7996
    @stickyrecordz7996 Рік тому +1

    The song at the beggining is awesome

  • @curtislovecraft2389
    @curtislovecraft2389 6 місяців тому

    I remember in my teens I was playing my songs on a battered acoustic guitar.and one of my friends as a put down described my playing and singing as sounding like manson ..I wasn't offended infact I took it as a compliment instead of an insult..

  • @Direk_Carla
    @Direk_Carla 3 роки тому +3

    ohh, this is a great video!

  • @user-ze9wc1pj6n
    @user-ze9wc1pj6n 3 роки тому +3

    He come to me with money in his hand! He offered me, I didn't ask him, I wasn't knocking someone's door down, I was running from that! When I got out, I was in that. I was already through that, I had that, I had the studio, I went to the studio! I went to Vox Studios. I had it all, and I looked at it and said: 'This is a bigger jail than I just got out of.'
    I don't want to take my time going to work, I got a motorcycle and a sleeping bag and ten or fifteen girls! What the hell I wanna go off into -- and go to work for? Work for what, money? I got all the money in the world!
    I'm the king, man, I run the underworld, guy! I decide whose does what, and where they do it at! What am I, gonna run around and act like I'm some teenybopper somewhere, for somebody else's money? I make the money, man, I roll the nickels, the game is mine!
    I deal the cards
    (Beware, God is watching)

  • @skeletontoes477
    @skeletontoes477 3 роки тому +3

    A friend of mine actually owns a collection of Manson recordings. I prefer BJM Arkansas revisited personally. You can feed the world from my garbage dump!

  • @WorldsWorstBoy
    @WorldsWorstBoy 3 роки тому +1

    Love the channel

  • @rachelosiria7865
    @rachelosiria7865 3 роки тому

    This video deserves more likes and comments 👍💓

  • @englishcountrylife3805
    @englishcountrylife3805 3 роки тому +1

    One of his recording was ‘The Reaper’s Ghost’. Really spooky. It’s on UA-cam. I was waiting for the music, but it didn’t happen.

  • @outlaw8086
    @outlaw8086 7 місяців тому

    They've gotta make a bio movie about this man's life I teared up when I discovered his true backstory

  • @shawtylikeamelodyinmyhead9283
    @shawtylikeamelodyinmyhead9283 2 роки тому +1

    i used to listen to his music a lot, it is very relaxing
    i guess i can really separate the art from the artist

  • @connlajones5222
    @connlajones5222 2 роки тому +1

    No mention of Bobby Beausoleil, an important part of the story.

  • @prophetofthesingularity
    @prophetofthesingularity 2 роки тому +4

    This is the real reason of the murders, the house where Sharon Tate was killed was the former house of producer Terry Melcher who did not want anything to do with Manson's music and Manson did come fairly close to actually making a career in music, he had the support of one of the beach boys and his folk music was not great but it was not bad either, he had some catchy hooks. So he blamed Terry for sabotaging his music career,along with some others. While he may have used the helter skelter thing to motivate some of his followers, what he really wanted was revenge for not making it as a musician and he was good at reading people so he convinced them however he could to go and commit these acts to get revenge for not making it in the music business, NOT to create a race war, he might have said that but that was not his actual motive and the fact is he was a wanna be rock star who did not actually kill anyone but talked some low mentality weak willed people into doing so and bugliosi profited off of this bogus helter skelter story he made up. He was not a good person but he has really had his acts blown up and inflated quite a bit.

  • @copypaste_pro
    @copypaste_pro Рік тому

    1 minute of Manson's Music Career, the rest is just the same Manson's life story we all know

  • @keldel5758
    @keldel5758 20 днів тому

    3:20 is some of the funniest shit I’ve ever heard in my life. That was literal comedy.

  • @Me16768
    @Me16768 3 роки тому +2

    He had blistas on his fingas

  • @mickdonaldson4029
    @mickdonaldson4029 3 роки тому

    EXTREMELY interesting and engaging videos for me

  • @brendakrieger7000
    @brendakrieger7000 2 роки тому +1

    Fascinating content

  • @DebbieLeighDriver
    @DebbieLeighDriver 3 роки тому

    So, I may of missed this, but how old was he when he started playing guitar?

  • @johnwright291
    @johnwright291 Рік тому

    The pulling a knife on the studio engineer is explained by the engineer him self on another online video. Manso took the knife, a 6 inch switch blade out and was cleaning his finger nails with it. The engineer simply asked him to put it away. So its blown out of proportion here.

  • @joseph2832
    @joseph2832 3 роки тому +2

    beside the click bait thumb nail this was well done video! cheers

  • @wildbill8175
    @wildbill8175 3 роки тому +2

    Manson had a great singing voice and some really nice songs. There, I said it.

    • @funkmonk5921
      @funkmonk5921 3 роки тому +4

      He was definitely creative and had talent. It’s ok to separate art from the person. For instance I think Michael Jackson was guilty, but I still love his music.

    • @lisa1111
      @lisa1111 3 роки тому

      🤣 nice

    • @constantine5028
      @constantine5028 2 роки тому +3

      @@funkmonk5921 he wasn't guilty tho

    • @funkmonk5921
      @funkmonk5921 2 роки тому +1

      @@constantine5028 😬

    • @constantine5028
      @constantine5028 2 роки тому +2

      @@funkmonk5921 ?

  • @NotLikeTheCreek
    @NotLikeTheCreek 2 роки тому

    so pretty much manson invented freestyling

  • @RayleneSteves
    @RayleneSteves 2 роки тому +1

    Manson was the most misunderstood man of the 20th century- this will become more and more obvious in the coming years.
    “Helter Skelter” was a self-serving conspiracy theory by an ambitious politician, yet somehow 99% of the books about Manson use it as the main source of data. This year will see a reprint of one of the only good books on the subject, “The Manson File. (Squeaky’s autobiography is great too).

  • @snakefinger
    @snakefinger 3 роки тому

    That first song is IT ! ! !

  • @heikkijhautanen4576
    @heikkijhautanen4576 2 роки тому +1

    If only had he goten a recording contract :/

  • @joesickler5888
    @joesickler5888 2 роки тому

    This is great!!!!

  • @Poloman1026
    @Poloman1026 2 роки тому

    “Here's a murder rap to keep yo dancin, With a crime record like Charles Manson”-ice cube

  • @DavidRFIT
    @DavidRFIT 3 роки тому

    This is awesome. Just awesome.

  • @thisonepersonsirregularlyl2739
    @thisonepersonsirregularlyl2739 2 роки тому

    Charles Manson's Family is a testament to the power of music in a way uncannily familiar to Leadbelly's singing out of prison; Charles Manson's murdering with improvised words that happened to at one time be recorded who was taught how to play guitar by a former Public Enemy Number One. No Charles Manson? No Freak Folk. With Artificial Intelligence being the way that it is I bet if someone were to take Manson's music and apply Frank Sinatra's sample learning algorithms to the compositions it would sound like some of the best Frank Sinatra songs and they were partially improvised. Imagine just pressing a button. Does that not make recordings sheet music for an instrument that only recently was invented?

  • @leftlegcemetery
    @leftlegcemetery 3 роки тому +1

    That first song dough 👌

  • @aisforapple2494
    @aisforapple2494 Рік тому

    Since you have done Charles Manson, Morbid Musicians should also do a segment on Manson Family member, Bobby Beausolieil.

  • @husq48
    @husq48 2 роки тому

    "Manson, Morrison, Barret"

  • @lorddarko555
    @lorddarko555 3 роки тому +2

    This man was a great musician and songwriter. It's a shame that he committed the murder he was in jail for the rest of his life. Though the song that was the reason for the murder is a great song.
    He Wrote Cease to exist or release title Never Learn not to love by the beach boys.

  • @seashell.eyes.
    @seashell.eyes. 2 роки тому +4

    I can't help but pity him sometimes. It hurts to think about how his life could've gone. His name could be in the rock and roll hall of fame, instead it's on the lkst of infamous serial killers.

  • @DwightMS1
    @DwightMS1 2 роки тому

    Some overcome bad childhoods and become good people. And some are just born evil, and their childhoods are blamed for their behavior.

  • @chairmanmeow958
    @chairmanmeow958 2 роки тому

    Hey Deburke, can you please stop making such interesting and engaging videos. You are really tanking my IRL productivity. Thanks.

  • @SleepyHeaDexx
    @SleepyHeaDexx 3 роки тому +2

    what's the name of the song in the beginning?

  • @wiwysova
    @wiwysova Рік тому

    Rest in peace, king

  • @michaelscriver5395
    @michaelscriver5395 Рік тому

    He was a folk singer shit it's good

  • @weirdkidfromspace
    @weirdkidfromspace 3 роки тому +1

    Marylin Manson's music sure is weird.

  • @FatboySim
    @FatboySim 2 роки тому +1

    I love Charlie sooooo much I know I shouldn’t but... u gotta love him 😂🖤🖇

  • @MagicRoosterBluesBand
    @MagicRoosterBluesBand 3 роки тому +4

    What's the name of that first song? It's pretty good!

    • @axrockatansky1791
      @axrockatansky1791 3 роки тому +2

      Its called "Close to Me"

    • @MagicRoosterBluesBand
      @MagicRoosterBluesBand 3 роки тому +4

      @@axrockatansky1791 thanks! Hard to believe it's him singing and playing!

    • @axrockatansky1791
      @axrockatansky1791 3 роки тому +3

      @@MagicRoosterBluesBand Yeah! First song i ever heard from this guy was one called "My World" and it was so soothing i could't believe my eyes when i read it was from this guy.

    • @WobblesandBean
      @WobblesandBean 3 роки тому

      @@MagicRoosterBluesBand "Close to Me" is a cover of "Sabor a mi", I think you'll really like the original.

  • @tomerpilo5193
    @tomerpilo5193 11 місяців тому

    LIE: The Love and Terror Cult might have been his most popular album. But Unplugged 9.11.67 and The Family Jams also contain some suprisingly high quality music