Everything is Present

A young musician friend told me once that he envied the fact that I grew up as the Beatles were making their music, and was able to track and appreciate their brilliant development in a way that he, who heard all the albums at the same time, never could. It’s yet another issue that comes with living in this modern world were Everything is Present. I was reminded of this when I saw this recent posting by a guy who spoke to Brian Eno (always a big thinker) about how the ability to stream music from all eras at once affects – even skews – our shared experience of it.

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