Leeway Posted November 15, 2013 Report Share Posted November 15, 2013 That sort of put paid to what Coltrane was doing in the 60s. "...put paid to"? Even if you're referring only to what Coltrane was doing, "Interstellar Space," for one, suggests otherwise. Larry, I think where I was going with that was that there was a period of backlash and reaction that in a sense erased music of that kind from larger popular appreciation and distribution. Not a reflection on the music but on the general cultural scene that served to get in the way of further developments along the line of "Interstellar Space" and even eroded the value of such music in the public arena. Fortunately, I think this situation has changed over the last decade or two. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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