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I agree with you when you say / "I am much more likely to carefully pick and focus on music with more depth, which usually means "classical." / and usually is the key. Album Rock of the seventies was very aware of sequencing and creating an overall feeling/meaning. Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" and "Animals" are great examples. It's going to be very interesting to see how this itunes culture pans out.


And here's an article with many big-name pop artists commenting on the potential death of albums:



ALLABOUTGEORGE also quotes Alex Ross re: Reich/Elliott.


Pete Dako

"Classical" or "Classic Rock" -- Which name is more offensive?

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