The Next Track, Episode #85 – How Much Music Is Too Much?

The Next Track Blue Flat Button2 400pxAs we amass music in our physical or digital libraries, it can reach a point where it doesn’t make sense to keep adding more music. How much really is too much?

Listen to The Next Track: Episode #85 – How Much Music Is Too Much?.

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4 thoughts on “The Next Track, Episode #85 – How Much Music Is Too Much?

  1. Yes. Yes, I do. Over 30,000 tracks in my library and only about 10,000 have been listened to. I’m still an album guy, so whenever I hear a song I like, I add the whole album. And then I ignore everything but the song I liked in the first place.

  2. Yes. Yes, I do. Over 30,000 tracks in my library and only about 10,000 have been listened to. I’m still an album guy, so whenever I hear a song I like, I add the whole album. And then I ignore everything but the song I liked in the first place.

  3. The simple answer is that you might change your mind about what you don’t like or fully appreciate. I remember about ten years ago when I was listening to William Malloch’s kinky arrangement of Bach’s “Art of Fugue”. Something “clicked” and I heard the work as music, rather than a series of notes.

    Those of us without formal musical training often take longer to “come around” to certain works. Perhaps 2018 will be the year in which I finally “get” “Pierrot Lunaire”.

  4. The simple answer is that you might change your mind about what you don’t like or fully appreciate. I remember about ten years ago when I was listening to William Malloch’s kinky arrangement of Bach’s “Art of Fugue”. Something “clicked” and I heard the work as music, rather than a series of notes.

    Those of us without formal musical training often take longer to “come around” to certain works. Perhaps 2018 will be the year in which I finally “get” “Pierrot Lunaire”.

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