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The Mole Catcher's Apprentice (inactive) Chords in Folk? (625* d) RE: Chords in Folk? 03 May 08

How is Ezra Pound chopping poetry analogous to chords being used to play trad music? isn't?

so Tom and Dick was wanderin' along a country lane, and Dick, taking the straw from his mouth, pointed at some sheep and says, "them there sheep is an hypotheses", Tom looks thoughtful for a moment, and taking his straw from his mouth says "Have you bin drinking with the vicar again?"

well it makes just about as much sense as WAV's analogies*LOL*. That passage can be found in the liner notes to Steeleye Span's Below The Salt, I believe. :-)

Charlotte R

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