You’re right about lyrics: the lyrical content is generally limited and if you were to summarize a lot of music you could put them under “forms of crystalized jazz” I suppose. But there is something that attracts a person to a “style” of music. it’s not the lyrics but the rhythm and “spirit” or “flow” of it. I don’t know what that is — and I have trouble identifying what “mine” are – but I find it fascinating just the same.

You’re right about lyrics: the lyrical content is generally limited and if you were to summarize a lot of music you could put them under “forms of crystalized jazz” I suppose.
But there is something that attracts a person to a “style” of music. it’s not the lyrics but the rhythm and “spirit” or “flow” of it. I don’t know what that is — and I have trouble identifying what “mine” are – but I find it fascinating just the same.

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