“1 thought people’d had enough of silly love songs
I look around me and see it isn’t so
Some people want to fill the world with silly love songs What’s wrong with that
I need to know
‘Cos here Igo again”
—Paul McCartney and Wings
And here I go again, a monthly sermon from Mount Prudential, a corporate monument-skyscraper in Boston which houses as part of the great American contradiction, the city’s most progressive radio station. (And I am not referring to the all ncwsak AMer that rents space there along with WBCN.( In fact, it is a host of contradictions that I come before you this month to puzzle over.
For those who have been following these columns, you may have detected an undercurrent of not too well concealed hostility towards the corporate consciousness that so pervades the business of Music. I have asserted, perhaps