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@ShaveAveryWell, this is interesting...and he may just have a point. Legendary singer Tony Bennett may have a jazz duets album coming out with none other than Lady Gaga, but the 87-year-old has a huge problem with today's music. Bennett recently said in an interview with BBC radio: "The songs that are written today, most of them are terrible. It’s a very bad period, musically, throughout the world for popular music." "The corporations took it over and they want to make so much money and they don’t care whether the public likes it or not," he said. "They think the public is ignorant, so their attitude is, 'Don’t give them anything intelligent, because it won’t sell.'" He may have a point in all of that, but some are just going to chock this up to 'grumpy old man' status. What do you guys think of what Tony said?
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