Monday, January 08, 2007
# Posted 8:14 PM by Ariel David Adesnik
If you listen to a radio station, you hear one kind of music. Why is that? Why aren't there stations that reject the standard distinction between oldies, Top 40, country and other "formats"? Perhaps if there were most listeners who embraced more than one more format, the radio stations would follow.
In the meantime, if you feel like side-stepping commercial radio, the Babel soundtrack will hit you with a deluge of musical styles from across the globe, with an emphasis on Latin America. There are ballads of lamentation, wild celebrations, ethereal trances, symphonic instrumentals and even a disco remix. If you're looking for something good and something different, this is it. (3) opinions -- Add your opinion
You can usually hear different music on public radio. You might want to consider satellite radio as well,Post a Comment