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Lavengood's "novelty layer" in experimental pop/rock?

0 replies, 1 voice Last updated by  Brian Robison 4 months ago
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    Brian Robison
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    Hi!

    I’m currently applying Megan Lavengood’s concept of the “novelty layer” in pop texture (see her 2020 MTO article) to King Crimson’s 1973 album Larks’ Tongues in Aspic.

    Is anyone else out there doing work along these lines with selections from progressive rock? art rock? experimental pop? etc.?

    Many thanks,

    Brian

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