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Do You Listen To More Dead Musicians Or Alive Musicians?!

For me. I say dead musicians because music had a legacy and the overall rtalent these musicians put in their music is excellent. I listen to a lot of rJazz from the 40s,50 and 60s. Musicians like Nick Drake,Ray Charles,Louis rArmstrong,Nat King Cole,Elliot Smith, Elvis Presley,etc had such impact ron music and the world by the meaning of the music I do listen to alive musicians. I think rsome are pretty dang good. But i think the musicians 40-50 years ago had the best quality rbecause most music today is made from audio or some type of equipment. Music back then rwas more honest imo. So i say listen to more dead musicians then alive musicians. r
1Sonny Rollins
Saxophone Colossus
2Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley
3George Harrison
All Things Must Pass
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