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for modern journalism, an exceptionally insightful piece.  Maybe pop music criticism is finally moving beyond Rolling Stone.  

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ARTS / MUSIC
  | March 19, 2006
Music:  How Pop Sounded Before It Popped
By JODY ROSEN

An astonishing trove of pop music from 100 years ago is now available on the Web, opening up a lost musical world that deserves its place in the historical narrative.

             
                       

               
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