>--- Eric Kitel <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Paul Berger wrote:
> > > I hope acid jazz doesn't go the way of disco.
I am seriously trying to comprehend any redeeming qualities associated with
Disco and its culture. Unless one held a huge arse holding in the polyester
industry maybe that could be one. Music-wise? I'm still trying to think of
one almost redeeming quality. Every once in a while I'll see this interview
on VH-1 with Niles Rodgers complaining about that baseball game in the 70's
where it turned into a Death To Disco Rally. I can usually find something
redeeming about almost anything but living during that era just turned me
against it all. Hey wait before I flush Disco down the toilet I just
thought of something redeeming about it, Louis Johnson's Bass Playing on
Strawberry Letter 23. I have to say that was friggin' awesome and I have
recently heard it on a T.V. Commercial. Always end on a positive.
> > You mean go underground and morph into a variety of
> > fresh new sounds like
> > house and techno, like Disco did? I think it's
> > already happened, though
> > acid jazz was always underground, now it has morphed
> > into NuJazz and Broken
> > Beats.
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