Saturday, February 20, 2010

By the Way

We found this quote by much esteemed musicologist Jacqueline Codgell Djedje jusst tricky enough to be emblematic of our stuff here:

"The history of African American music is fascinating because on the one hand very little disappears, and on the other nothing remains the same."

This sounds dangerously like something so high you can't get over it, something that goes on and on and on.

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