Brief thoughts on the Sonny Rollins/New Yorker/Django Gold Kerfuffle

My S.O. said I couldn't limit my thoughts on last week's Django Gold's satirical piece in the New Yorker about Sonny Rollins to five short sentences. I'm about to prove her wrong. In no particular order: If you thought it was funny (I laughed at the Miles bit), cool; if not, also fine. The response …

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My Non Average Listening Habits – Day 1

In his recent New Yorker column Sasha Frere Jones cited a study that said the average American listens to 20 hours of music a week.  Turns out the "average American" (the critical theorist inside me just dry heaved) only owns 3 hours of that music, meaning that the majority of music s/he listens to comes from the radio or …

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