Re: P & U

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Date: Mon Feb 25 2002 - 18:05:57 GMT

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    >From: "Wade T.Smith" <>
    >Subject: Re: P & U
    >Date: Sun, 24 Feb 2002 23:07:27 -0500
    >On Sunday, February 24, 2002, at 10:11 , John Wilkins wrote:
    >>My old fogeyism is showing, but I've never heard of [Yanni].
    >Yanni is a self-taught musician of greek heritage who became somewhat
    >well-known in the romantic newage music genre, and concurrently, for his
    >attachment to Linda Evans, usanian TV actress and former John Derek
    >protégé. I think they have since broken up- remarkably, since they both
    >declared their love to be as all-encompassing as the universe is vast. Most
    >of his videos show her in the audience, beaming. His hair, however, was
    >always nicer than hers, and that might be at the root of the discord.
    >Then again, musicians and actors, what did we expect...?
    >He was never part of a boy band.
    I always thought Kitaro was the ubermensch of new-age, though Tangerine
    Dream and Vangelis weren't all that bad. Never got into Yanni.

    It seems like a lot of the high-energy techno-rave stuff has picked up on
    the new-age computeresque synthesizer feel, while sticking to the
    hip-hoppish rhythms and edits. From what I gather raves are a hot-bed of
    X-usage which isn't a good thing. Some of the music ain't all that bad and I
    suppose the same can be said of the experimental acid inspired music of the
    older generations. Early Pink Floyd was really *out there* as was Syd

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