But a society that allows itself to be dictated to about its musical tastes has no vision or self-determination.
“Tradition in reality weighs down the living spirit of the present with the dead formalism of the past…. Beauty we must have, tradition we can dispense with.
So what did I learn in music school? That a ‘genre’ is just a label and that there are more similarities to music of diverse genres than there are differences and good music is good music no matter where you find it.
Opinions aside, it is my opinion that Crowley was the culmination of a great conflict that went on within the masonic lodge, probably since the days of ancient Egypt.
It does get a bit scary when you see such a powerful cottage industry built up around non-communication.
“Rhapsody in black" ... Love this tune, it's pure magic!!”