Around the blogosphere…

Several other Southern Gospel bloggers’ most recent posts are worth reading.

First off is Danny Jones, who “waxes nostalgic” about the good old days of liner notes on LP records. [EDIT, 11/8/10: The link is broken and has been removed.] He comments that liner notes are now almost entirely a thing of the past, and they are; the last set I can think of is something he himself wrote for the Perrys’ classic release This is the Day (2003).

Also, David Bruce Murray answers a question I asked earlier by analyzing data provided by Dean Adkins to determine what percentage of big dates the 1976 Kingsmen worked compared to the 2006 Kingsmen.


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