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Old 12-08-2012, 02:33 PM   #39 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Tuna View Post
The genres established in the early 90s were pretty clearly defined in the early 2000's.
What genres would those be?

Originally Posted by Tuna View Post
Does that sound like how I'm approaching it? I'm not intentionally avoiding listening to new music.
I'm not saying you are. I'm just saying that having the mindset that all the creative times are behind us is the first step to being the kind of person who disregards all new music as you get older.

Originally Posted by Tuna View Post
I can think of hardly any classic r&b, blues, and jazz albums that were released in the last decade.
Not sure what you mean by this—and I think generally you need more than a decade to go by before you can determine if something is a classic or not—but I can certainly think of a few jazz albums from the past decade that are fantastic.
Originally Posted by P A N View Post
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