Microtones, the frequency spaces between notes — Don Ellis

From wikipedia: Holton built Ellis a custom trumpet which he received in September 1965.[15] Its additional (fourth) valve enabled it to produce quarter tones. The inspiration for this may have been due to his studies of Indian music, which includes bent pitches that some ethnomusicologists refer to as “microtones”. However, it was probably more the result of Ellis’s … Read more

Sage of Quay™ – Richard Balducci – The Occultology of The Beatles (Apr 2019)

A true Pandora’s Box — touches and tars practically everything… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDaIQkhoick      

Beatles played 1,461 live performances, nearly 30% of which were cover tunes! More powerful evidence that Beatles were “manufactured”, mil/psy-op

Sage of Quay™ – Ofer Zeevy – Analysis: Beatle Albums vs Live Performances (Aug 2022) 61 out of 97 original songs were never played live; instead, cover tunes were played about 30% of the time, even up to their final performance. Sage of Quay.  Research Ofer Zeevy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VA4wWYtduEs

Why Gen Z Doesn’t Care About Music – one opinion

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ag4iFa6E_yY   Great comments: If you want to know why kids don’t enjoy music, listen to the subtractions of MP3 recording from source material (on vinyl, or 24b CD, or OGG/VORBIS). Half the song removed by the digital compression, resulting in a beautiful looking cake that has no nourishment and tastes (sounds) thin and unsatisfying. … Read more