Tue, 17 Aug 1999 01:56:20 -0500
How about the oft-sampled "Think Twice" by Donald Byrd....
From: Steve Catanzaro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tuesday, August 17, 1999 12:43 AM
Subject: Records that have aged well....
>With the talk about how well Sade's records have aged (and I agree) does
>anyone else have any old favorites that have aged particularly well? And,
>the flip side, any that sound awful?
>As an example; I think, for instance, "On The Wall" by Michael Jackson
>sounds pretty good, but "Bad" sounds, well, bad.
>And, are there any more recent records that you're willing to bet will
>good 10 years forward? (I'll wager "Baduizm" will age better than "The
>Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" but who can say?)
>And one final one; does anyone have a record they've kept in more or less
>continuous play (i.e., they can find it quickly and it's not too dusty) for
>the last 10 years? Now that is the mark of a true classic!
>(Still think "Kind of Blue" and "Nefrititi" sound better than "Amandla" and
>even "Doo Bop")
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