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Catching Up: Connecting With Great 21st Century Music

by Jim Fusilli

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Don't be a Gee Bee (generationally biased). Too often we are stuck in a mode and only like music from our past, declaring "new" music as inferior. You can find music to treasure from any era. With the record companies no longer in control of what we get to hear, there are many options available to us to listen to and appreciate new music, and the author presents several great examples from the past two decades. You are bound to find something you like, or at least a new direction to explore.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 151537615X, Paperback)

Written by Jim Fusilli, the long-time rock and pop critic of The Wall Street Journal and editor and founder of ReNewMusic.net, “Catching Up” does more than introduce grownup music fans to some of the best, most dynamic and enjoyable music of the 21st century. It insists that today’s music belongs to everyone – and illustrates how that new music is suited to the tastes and passions of grownup rock and pop fans. It’s a book about faith – not only in new music, but also in the ability of veteran music lovers to appreciate and savor the best new sounds.

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