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I read awhile ago that the music business has kind of gone back in time to the early ’60’s, where it was not about album sales, but rather the “hit” single. And, even further back to the days of Vaudeville, where it’s about the spectacle of the live experience– like Houdini hanging hundreds of feet above the street escaping from a straight-jacket, just to promote the evening show (where tickets probably sold for pennies a piece…) I’m not sure either one is a good thing, though. Do we have to be David Blaine in order to make a living doing that for which we have trained so hard and for so long…?

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