Issue 69

Opening Salvo: Autumn
Welcome to Copper #69! The aspens are starting to turn yellow here in Colorado, and  Rocky Mountain Audio Fest takes place October...
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Too Much Tchaikovsky: Why Do You Think They Call it Classical?
Larry: Greetings, music lovers. Today we have a question or two for The Goddess of Conventional Wisdom—who has agreed to...
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Music, Audio, and Other Illnesses: Paul Kantner Is Dead, Redux
[Following the recent death of Jefferson Airplane lead singer Marty Balin, it seemed appropriate to revisit Dan's meditation on the...
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The Audio Cynic: Humility and Hubris
As a kid in Minnesota during the early to mid-'60s, I was a fan of the Minnesota Twins. In spite...
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Quibbles and Bits: Lost Boys
John MacCormick My family moved to the city of Leicester, in the East Midlands of England, in the summer of...
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Twisted Systems: Loving the Beatles (In Real Time)
With the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ “White Album” this November 22nd, and my position as the Beatles featured writer...
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Music'al Notes: Education
“It’s your move Roy. The bet is two shillings and hurry up, it’s almost lunchtime,” said my English teacher. I...
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Off the Charts: Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac just launched a six-month North American tour, tickets for which went on sale to the public in the...
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Hand Picked: In A Big Country
ARITE!! This is one of my favorite songs of ALL TIME!! Big Country's "In A Big Country" is one of...
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Industry News: Sears, Yet Again
There are corporate moguls who are diplomatic, patient, statesmanlike. Sears CEO and primary shareholder Eddie Lampert is not one of...
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Featured: Monterey Auto Week Part 1
“The Pebble Beach car show is this weekend,” followed a little later by, “It’s all a bunch of stuck up,...
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