There is more than one way to slip a disc


Yesterday set a record for Overgrown Path site traffic, thanks to my post Two billion Internet users are not on Facebook being picked up by some high profile news feeds, notably the Financial Times and Bloomberg. My article reached far beyond art music's usual audience; which is rewarding because the final links pointed to posts about the undervalued music of Ali Keeler, Kelly Thoma, Nawab Khan, Ross Daily and Monsieur Doumani. It just goes to show I can still slip a disc or two without grovelling to social media, without the patronage of Universal Music, and without clickbait like 'A body coach writes: 'My breasts get in the way of my cello''.

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