“Last refuge of a rock critic”

On the eve of July 4, R.C. Baker in the Village Voice recollected G.M.’s Bicentennial epic (from the same publication), “In America, Even the Humblest Harmony is an Incredible Dream.”

See Baker’s introduction here, followed by a reprint of the original piece.


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One thought on ““Last refuge of a rock critic”

  1. Fuckin a right…play it again Sam..not..of course you can repeat the past..it’s called karma..great piece..but it’s beyond time for the orchestra to invent another instrument..that blood in the soil will never go away..you touched a nerve..

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