Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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How to turn an "Incompleat" into an "A"

A little more than a week ago, I was here mourning the loss (although there are still some last-ditch revival talks) of the great Editor & Publisher and hailing the efforts of its final editor, Greg Mitchell. The only good thing about all the job losses -- voluntary and involuntary -- is the some people have seen crisis as an opportunity. Here in Philadelphia, a Daily News buyout led to the phenomenon that is Joe Sixpack, and now E&P's Mitchell, in addition to whatever else he does, is here to share with us "An Incompleat History of Rock 'n' Roll," which is compleat with a rare photo of the narrator with a very young, pre-famous Bruce Springsteen. Check it out, as well as the great closing music at the end:

How to turn an "Incompleat" into an "A"

A little more than a week ago, I was here mourning the loss (although there are still some last-ditch revival talks) of the great Editor & Publisher and hailing the efforts of its final editor, Greg Mitchell. The only good thing about all the job losses -- voluntary and involuntary -- is the some people have seen crisis as an opportunity. Here in Philadelphia, a Daily News buyout led to the phenomenon that is Joe Sixpack, and now E&P's Mitchell, in addition to whatever else he does, is here to share with us "An Incompleat History of Rock 'n' Roll," which is compleat with a rare photo of the narrator with a very young, pre-famous Bruce Springsteen. Check it out, as well as the great closing music at the end:

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