So much great music, so little time

11 08 2008

You are almost six years old now.  By the time you’re buying your own music, good songs will be buried in iPods and playlists, needles in giant haystacks of mediocrity.  Many will be mislabeled, too, so you might just think that “Brown Sugar” was done by The Beatles, or that Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2” really IS titled “We Don’t Need No Education.”

A sad state of affairs if you ask me.  These artists spend a lot of time and effort putting their music out there.  They generally record albums, or collections of songs, which often have themes or something tying them together.  This is how I learned to enjoy music.  As a work of art from a group of people.

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