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I certainly agree with the decision to ban “savage” bebop, but as someone who “earned a living” playing whangy-twangy cowboy songs, I feel that a formal protest is in order.
Plunk your magic twanger, Froggy!
Both well written articles. I worked in a restaurant that played muzak all day and even in my sleep, I would hear those tunes. Thank God we now have headphones. Maybe some soothing Yoko Ono music would calm nerves?