Welcome to WEEK 206 o MUSIC is Not a GENRE (Video Episode #32)
Who the F*!k is ZEITMAHL?!? – (1992) Kinda Connections from the Sorta Dark Past
https://www.discogs.com/Zeitmahl-First-Impressions-Of-My-Idiosychrasyz/release/6554863 I don’t like not knowing things. Which of course means I’m in a constant state of inadequacy. The more I learn, the more I realize I know WAY less than I think I do, than I want to, or than I ever will. Still I take comfort in chipping away at th
The modern music world – and “world” in general – is truly amazing.We’ve got just about everything we could want at our fingertips.And so much of it is cheap or free.What we imagine, we can create.Anyone with access to a computer and the internet can think up, work up, and release into the world whatever they want. It’s not perfect.So many people STILL don’t have access to a computer or the internet.And like the disparity between having and not having a college education used
Live music is lifeblood.It’s community.It’s a synchronous sharing with strangers and friends.It’s where music was born.And yes this is the same exact intro from last week’s edition.But there’s a different point.It’s that while live music is great, and often revered as the pinnacle of music, I contend it’s rarely ever either of those things. Instead, I’m going to tell you why recorded music is WAY MORE OFTEN as close as humans have come to music perfection. I’ve been thinking
Welcome to WEEK 205 (Video Episode #31) – 4T is now MUSIC is not a GENRE!
Not How I Remember It – 20 Rockin’ Originals (Vol. 2) – (1975)
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfrAP6IL7DaWOnKPalfOeTDQqNVigdluw Let’s face it: we forget WAY more than we remember, both as individuals and as a society. That’s no big revelation. But I’ll go even further and say we MISremember far more than we recall accurately. We are all our own little life chroniclers, each with a unique sto