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I am challenging NPR to a music challenge, "Trendy versus Indy", my Big LIst of 200 songs versus ANY 200 songs from them. This is the biggest music challenge in history!!! Help support this fun music challenge Put these addresses in your e-mail and send this post. Add friends and any comment you like. Pass the word. Music will finally be exciting again IF you can paste and click! History of the world is in your mouse!
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When it comes to QUALITY in music is NPR up for the CHALLENGE?
NPR, it's time for a musical showdown. I challenge NPR music writers, and both NPR music blogs: All Songs Considered, and Monitor Mix, to a musical challenge.
You present your best 100-200 new songs, versus my BIG LIST, first best of world music from the net, list .
For every entry you choose to play or spotlight, I'll suggest a Big List alternative that I claim is better music. Then your listeners, readers can vote on their favorites. I suggest that my back-to-basics music list will garner the most favorite votes and comments.
NPR, you can choose any new music you covered in the last year or two. It can be any type of music, any format, any style, from anywhere in the world. I'll find a song from The BIG LIST close to that style. both selections will be played and YOUR listeners can vote on their favorites. The odds are on your side, but the music quality is on mine!
The Big List is at http://wp.me/p5S9X-36. If the internet is the world's first jukebox, this list is the first contents of that jukebox.
My contention is that there is a worldwide golden age of original great music going on now, none of which NPR or the mainstream seems to be aware of. NPR ready for the challenge?