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The two composer/conductors Gustav Mahler and Hans Pfitzner had a famous disagreement.
                     Pfitzner met Mahler and told him that he thought Wagner was a great composer because he was German.
              Mahler replied to the effect that music, like the Symphony, should encompass the whole world, everything.
                    Pftizner stormed out of the room.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote zappaholic Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 17 2014 at 06:29
In 1969 a studio group called The Electric Indian released the single "Keem-O-Sabe", which charted in the top 20 in America.  Among the musicians on the record: a young Daryl Hall.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote presdoug Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 17 2014 at 16:57
Originally posted by zappaholic zappaholic wrote:

In 1969 a studio group called The Electric Indian released the single "Keem-O-Sabe", which charted in the top 20 in America.  Among the musicians on the record: a young Daryl Hall.


Cool! Also under the radar for many is the group from 1969 that Daryl Hall appeared in called Gulliver. They were strictly a studio band, with only one self titled debut album to their credit.
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