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Station owners counted their revenue and stayed out of music they knew nothing about... And it would be okay if it was only every few songs like it is in hard rock and metal and what not, but when it easily makes up a good 75% of the genre and not anything smart or poetic, then there's a problem. Tony Williams continued to record and tour with several incarnations of Lifetime including a version featuring the mercurial British guitarist Allan Holdsworth.

Pages: 72

Publisher: Hal Leonard; Pap/Com edition (July 1, 2010)

ISBN: 1423485432

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