Re: Blavatsky & Beatles
Aug 14, 1996 05:37 AM
by Ann E. Bermingham
> Imho 1980 was a significant year. Many musicians, including
J. Lennon, died, many rock groups were dissolved. <snip>
>Even disco was other, more suitable, before 1980. Does
>anybody know, what happened in 1980? Maybe some new astrolo-
>gical period began?
> A contrary, computer age began in 1980 or 1979. Since compu-
>ters are known long ago, only then they began play a big part. . .
You bring up a good point here. I looked at it astrologically by checking what
signs the planets were transiting, but I couldn't find anything. Maybe someone
better than I could explain why music went from being creative and spiritual to
crass commercialism. In the USA, the music of the 80's reflected the interests
of the yuppies and the Reagan administration: the quick accumulation of wealth
with no thought to tomorrow.
In 1980 I switched from the graphic arts field to computers, but I never thought
I was part of a mass trend. I just fell in love with them and found one could
do graphic arts and layout easier and faster on a computer.
-Ann E. Bermingham
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