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GUEST,Rossey Apache recorded 60 years ago! (277* d) RE: Apache recorded 60 years ago! 23 Jun 20

When Alan Merrill (writer of I Love Rock n' roll) popped off due to CV19; I put a tribute thread on, as others had done so with musicians and singers of all genres. It was also to highlight, how CV19 was affecting musicians. If it is a fixed rule for the community, that musicians, singers, and writers - are to only be put on here if they are of a certain profile, then I will hold to that. It frequently seems to stray into other areas of music, and often you get grey areas as to where some artists and writers belong, as they may have had varied careers playing and recording in different fields. Recordings may be fluid as to where they fit in genres (Does Country Music get banned?).

Anniversaries are generally no big deal in the scheme of things, just an arbitrary imposition.   A load of them will be coming along due to the 60's and 70's being a golden age of music. If Hank, Bruce, or Brian Bennett of the Shadows one day pop off..and other genres separate to strict folk are still allowed, I would hope that a respectful tribute thread would be posted giving their place in the history of music, without unnecessary disparaging comments from people whose taste is out of step with popular music.

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