"The vastness of today's
compact-disc treasury is indeed fabulous. Unfortunately, however,
much of it suffers the fate of the [...] wallpaper: as background
for smart conversation in restaurants, bookstores or elevators of
tall buildings; on the radio at home as we do our puttering in the
kitchen or serve dinner; on the 100-disc player, where after an
hour or two it's music begins to form an amorphous fog of sound.
"Does It Mattes if You Listen?" read the title of a
famous magazine article... "
in a foreword to 1999 edition of Aaron Coplnd's "What to
listen for in Music".
Don't you think the words in this citation make a good reason
to have another, maybe small, but a review on CDs? I personally
think it does. So, let it be so.
To be continued...