Ratliff explores novel ways of categorizing and appreciating music in the digital age which has enabled listeners to access more music than ever before yet despite this increased access people often have trouble finding new music to listen to that they enjoy ratliff argues that in this age of musical plenty classification of music by genre has become an inadequate tool he suggest that . Praise for every song ever twenty ways to listen in an age of musical plenty one of the 10 best music books of 2016 rolling stone one of the best nonfiction books of 2016 paste finalist for the national arts entertainment journalism award. Every song ever twenty ways to listen in an age of musical plenty ben ratliff farrar straus and giroux feb 9 2016 music 272 pages 1 review what is music in the age of the cloud today we can listen to nearly anything at any time it is possible to flit instantly across genres and generations from 1980s detroit techno to 1890s viennese neo romanticism this new age of listening . Shareable link use the link below to share a full text version of this article with your friends and colleagues learn more. Every song ever twenty ways to listen in an age of musical plenty hardcover by ben ratliff out of print in this format description what does it mean to listen in the digital era today new technologies make it possible to roam instantly and experimentally across musical languages and generations from detroit techno to jam bands to baroque opera or to dive deeper into the set of
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