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From: Peter Westlake <peter@harlequin.co.uk>
Subject: Re: (whorl) Generic Thoughts on book covers
Date: Fri, 08 Dec 2000 18:42:50 +0000

At 10:24 2000-12-08 -0800, you wrote:
>(This is especially fun in the CD section, where they're not quite sure 
>_what_ to make of someone who comes up to the counter with the new King 
>Crimson and a Copland collection, and asks for advice on pre-Castro Cuban 
>big band/flute jazz. "Buying presents?" "No, it's all for me...")

I had no idea there *was* a new King Crimson - the last one I saw
was "Three of a Perfect Pair", which was held up as a great example
of the new medium, Compact Discs. I really must get out more. Thanks!


P.S. Sorry, I just meant this to go to Dan'l, but the list isn't
set up that way, and I didn't notice till I'd sent it.

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