Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?
My great uncle was the pianist and arranger for the Charlie Kehrer Orchestra that played at Moonlight Gardens and Beverly Hills Supper Club in the 50s. His nephew (my uncle) was in the Haywoods. Yes, the Heywoods, for any of you who remember I am sure "Billy Don't be a Hero" is now relentlessly bouncing around in your head. (Actually, I am pretty sure he left the band before that song, but the point remains- he was involved.)
Anyway, I think this may prove the point- here are two generations, one arguably producing music during a golden age of american jazz, the other participating in the mindnumbing decline of music into the 70s.
The family is waiting to see what the next generation produces. Hopefully, we are finished torturing the world.
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