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RE: Sgt. Pepper
Meeeeee - ow.
Keep it up guys, it's baking hot here in Cardiff and fun to get some
interesting, and often funny, diversions...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Russell Lichter [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, July 08, 1999 3:01 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: zqc53@TTACS.TTU.EDU
> Subject: Re: Sgt. Pepper
> My fear that I was being pompous in objecting to the vapid chit chat about
> Sgt. Pepper on a site supposedly devoted to Glenn Gould has been allayed
> your response, in which you presume to speak for Mr Gould. An ancient
> springs to mind in which a lady heatedly insisted to me that Liberace was
> greatest living pianist. We are all entitled to our batty opinions and if
> someone wants to bungle the distinction between music and musicianship,
> their privilege. Let's go whole hog here, why stick to discussing Gould,
> performances and his musicianship? I understand Gould liked catsup on his
> eggs; I think Heinz is way better than Del Monte. And I think GG would
> agreed with me.
> By the way, I love the music of the Beatles, and my favorite is the White
> zqc53@TTACS.TTU.EDU wrote:
> > >A little digression is fine by me, but this nonsense does not belong on
> > >board devoted to Glenn Gould
> > Ah, but sir, I must disagree! I am sure that if he were with us, Gould
> > would revel, enjoy, and possibly participate in such an off-topic
> > Yes, we are not talking of Glenn Gould by nomenclature. You may not see
> > his name or spirit placed on the podium, it is true.
> > Alas, but I lie. We are talking of music, which was Mr. Gould's
> > his love, his companion in life. Dare I say it? Glenn Gould WAS music.
> > and, in this sense, we are staying true to the topic, nie, the world of
> > Gould.
> > I will make sure and mark each topic line with the phrase (no Gould
> > content) so that you will not be distracted.
> > I am a new fan to the world of Glenn Gould, and I hope to learn more
> > him and his music through the list. I hope that my opinions of the
> > non-Gould world are welcome in return. I would rather participate in a
> > slightly off-topic subject on a list than to have a phantom list, would
> > you not?
> > good evening, and a lovely day to you!
> > Cheers!
> > Joseph
> 415.246.1689 (cell, page)
> "To forgive is wisdom, to forget is genius."
> -Gulley Jimson