Subject: Re: observances, etc.
From: Eric Somers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jul 18 1999 - 23:46:33 EDT
Dennis Bathory-Kitsz penned:
>It ain't the Sixties no more, and that was my point in the
>they were trying to 'get nineties' (rejecting music
>that met "no commercial imperative") while simultaneously 'getting sixties'
(invoking Hendrix -- no surprise, another
>Sixties icon) as if that murky mix were somehow a great sea of originality.
Alas, Dennis, I am afraid my age does show. I was a "sixties" college
student and I guess I have to admit to still having a sixties aesthetic
bias. On the other hand it was in the sixties that I discovered Larry
Austin and Robert Ashley. So maybe I am not totally hopeless? :>)
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