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Reply #32: Glad he didn't name it "Pearls before Swine". There's a lot of talent out there [View All]

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The Count Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-08-07 05:07 PM
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32. Glad he didn't name it "Pearls before Swine". There's a lot of talent out there
In NYC, they have to be licensed to play in the subway - and usually very talented people do play. Dunno about "geniuses" but I know one or two virtuoso violonists that regularly play in the subway...The tragedy is that there's not enough showcasing of that talent...If the conclusion is "people have no taste" - I'll say - shame on Bell & friends for the whole stunt. As I said, many of the musicians playing in the street are possibly just as good, but unemployed, or without a job in their chosen field. So, spare me the snobbery...
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