A heated discussion on 'Race, Gender & the Blues'
Wed May 30 10:23:16 EDT 2012
Now be nice...for what was labeled as a "heated discussion" I think
this discussion has been not only informative, but also civil. Let's
keep it that way, and who knows, maybe we can whittle away at the
reputation this group has
as being contentious.
Besides, before long Facebook is going to go into advertising
overdrive in an effort
to rescue their plummeting stock....and then possibly zellers will
return to the listserv format, which I have always supported and
stayed with, simply because things get archived.
On May 30, 2012, at 8:59, Ricky Stevens <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Forgive my ignorance of life in the Delta. Of course you're right.
> It is painfully obvious I don't have your experience or depth of knowledge.
> There's no way any black person in Mississippi ever listened to anything resembling country music.
> Ricky Stevens
> Arkabutla, Mississippi
>> Date: Wed, 30 May 2012 16:46:18 +0300
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>> Subject: Re: A heated discussion on 'Race, Gender & the Blues'
>> Yeah, this is blues in the Mississippi John Hurt genre. In the end, is
>> it even necessary to categorise music? Listen to what you enjoy. Period.
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