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glueman 'Occupy English Folk Music!' (608* d) RE: 'Occupy English Folk Music!' 09 Nov 11


"Suppertime, and the liver is greasy."

This, if I may say so, is not the transmission 1954 was invented to flag up. I'm pointing out the absurdity of a defunct definition. If it's still valid prove it with real examples - not light entertainment or we'll include the output of BBC comedy for the last forty years.

"Get this:
It's not about history.
It's not about trying to revive anything.
There is no torch being borne.
It's not about whether the culture that produced most of the music is still alive."

Is that an opinion or the 1954 definition?


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