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What relatively modern music will stand the test of time?
Topic Started: Jan 3 2018, 11:24 AM (304 Views)
Jolly
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The Truth is out there.
The wife and I were talking just the other day about the sameness in modern mainstream music. In years past, you had a good many unique and easily recognizable voices.

Now, most of them just sound alike.
The main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States.- George Soros
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Larry
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Mmmmmmm, pie!
By the way.. I was just playing off of Horace's post. There *are* session men playing on the album, but I'm not one of them.
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Jolly
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And another thing...

In years past, it seemed like more people at least had a smattering of music...piano lessons, some time spent in a school band or singing in a church or school choir. That way, maybe at least you could appreciate pure talent.

Now, fewer people know anything about music, and what music there is, is heavily produced and done with computer help. I don't think people appreciate what goes in to creating a tight live performance.
The main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States.- George Soros
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Mark
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HOLY CARP!!!
Picked this up on 180gram Vinyl today...

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Just finished side 1. Played on my "vintage", Realistic, LAB-2200 Linear Tracking Turntable, that is exactly like this one:
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15 Year old Sony 5.1 Stereo Receiver to 2, also 15 year old, NHT Tower speakers with built in subs.

Such a warm sound. I think I could stand to use a dedicated sub woofer but it sounds pretty damn good.
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