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ARSCLIST  May 2006

ARSCLIST May 2006

Subject:

Re: Buttersprites [WAS: Bobby Blue Bland etc]

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Roger and Allison Kulp <[log in to unmask]>

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Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 10 May 2006 14:55:23 -0700

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The only good thing about the 21st century,is the internet,which as far as records is concerned,allows you to buy obscure/regional records,from all over the world,as well as access to information about same,that would otherwise be next to impossible to obtain.
  As X said "I liked it better before they voted for what's his name.This was supposed to be the new world." Otherwise "Moden Life Is Rubbish"(look it up.)

"Prentice, Will" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Steven C wrote:
"Since most of the folks at an ARSC gathering have experienced music of
the past, it is hard to imagine a vast amount of interest in the group,
which seems to be more of an artistic statement in the 21st century vein
than a musical statement."

C'mon Steven, is the 21st Century really so bad? I'm as passionate about
the music of the past as most here - I put out a CD a few years ago
consisting entirely of music recorded in 1909 - but a major strength of
ARSC is that it's a broad church.

One thing I particularly look forward to at ARSC conferences is meeting
people whose age, background, taste and expertise differ greatly from my
own and hearing them talk passionately about what they love. I'd be
surprised if the Buttersprites didn't go down a storm.

Regards

Will

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Will Prentice
Technical Services
British Library Sound Archive Tel: +44 (0)20-7412-7443
96 Euston Road Fax: +44 (0)20-7412-7416
London NW1 2DB http://www.bl.uk
UK http://cadensa.bl.uk (online catalogue)

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