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Re: [ARSCLIST] Whole Note Piece on James Brown
Thanks Joe for asking. Actually, probably not. The "Pop Side" of AMG arrived
at "The Whole Note" for its weekly, and sometimes bi-weekly editorial
feature after trying out several names. I'm pretty sure they aren't hip to
Jon Kimura-Parker (we are in Classical!) but we do get the CBC around here -
you can pick up the Windsor station pretty easily in A2.
David N. Lewis
Assistant Classical Editor, All Music Guide
"Music expresses what one cannot say, but about which one cannot remain
silent." - Victor Hugo
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Whole Note Piece on James Brown
Is this Whole Notes somehow related to the CBC show of a similar name
hosted (I believe?) by Jon Kimura-Parker?
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David Lewis wrote:
> All Music Guide has just published a piece about James Brown's roots and
> forward influences written, of all people, myself. Nonetheless, a lot of
> this comes directly from my lifelong studies of the Cincinnati recording
> industry. I invite the interested to come check it out - it involved a lot
> of work and I'm quite proud of it.
> You can try this direct link, which may not work:
> Or just go to the main page www.allmusic.com and look up "The Whole Note"
> box in the center of the page.
> Ironically, after tomorrow I will be in the Classical Corner also, with my
> interview with French Canadian Baroque Music specialist Suzie LeBlanc. Go
> David N. Lewis
> Assistant Classical Editor, All Music Guide
> "Music expresses what one cannot say, but about which one cannot remain
> silent." - Victor Hugo
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