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RE: What's wrong with loops
At 1:46 PM -0500 12/27/05, Emile Tobenfeld (a.k.a Dr. T) wrote:
>I'd add that it also makes sense to accept the fact that one's lack
>of interest in what the art is trying to say does not imply that the
>art is 'bad'.
Funny how many people seem to need to put the hurt on music they
don't like or understand. What was Joni Mitchell's famous line,
something like "The virtue of your taste inscribed upon your contempt
>I'm sure we've all had the experience of hearing music we really
>liked at the time and then rapidly grew sick of. I know I've had
>the opposite experience of hearing a disk I just couldn't get,
>putting it on a couple of years later and wondering how I could have
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