A LESSON IN LONG TERM INDUSTRY LAUNCHES

THE MUSIC DIES WHILE THE MUSIC BUSINESS THRIVES
industry standards are when they steal your industry and make an enterprise out of it.
folk music as the forerunner to country music took much of its ‘influences’ from appalachian mountain music which was acappella coz they couldnt affor guitars. APPALACHIAN IS ACAPPELLA FLIPPED AROUND, GET IT? before they were called apallachian ballads. dont believe the encyclopedia definition of appalachian music. country is made up of folk and bluegrass together hence the incorporation of the african banjo. folk music incorporating the banjo or folk guitars immitating the banjo is not true folk music. a bluegrass mandolin player once told me that what makes it folk music is it has lyrics. hehe. that means it has its roots in acappella. but this attempt to conglomerize and put appalachian music in some kind of MONOCULTURE though a good attempt at inclusivity it set precedence to a coming industry and unfortunately those with money to afford instruments remain exclusive thus NEGATING THE BULLSHIT.
these jews took a coal miners tradition and made a ton of money from it at the same time driving their industry to a specialty youve never heard of or even find in youtube or the internet for that matter if not to the ground. THAT IS A MUSICAL CORPORATE TAKE OVER.

 

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