Music - what matters is money and power

What's the greatest threat to music? - The growing perception that what matters is money and power. In music, the real things of value are courage, trust, respect, being non-judgmental, and being able to share.

Says Herbie Hancock in today's Guardian. After that I really don't need to post anything else today. But I will. In fact another story about money and power is coming up in a few minutes.

Now take a journey with Jack Reilly.
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Anonymous said…
This is coming from a guy who does infomercials for Bose stereo systems.
Pliable said…
Catison, everyone needs to earn a living.

I can think of a lot worse ways of doing it than making great jazz and Bose commercials.

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