York Mining Disaster

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Bee Gees' 1st - Recording
... Bee Gees first remixed and overdubbed three songs started on 7 March "New York Mining Disaster 1941", "I Can't See Nobody" and "Red Chair, Fade Away" ... It does not contain "New York Mining Disaster 1941", probably because it was still not in a satisfactory state ... Phil Dennys wrote two similar arrangements for "New York Mining Disaster 1941" ...

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    The disaster ... is not the money, although the money will be missed. The disaster is the disrespect—this belief that the arts are dispensable, that they’re not critical to a culture’s existence.
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    New York was a new and strange world. Vast, impersonal, merciless.... Always before I had felt like a person, an individual, hopeful that I could mold my life according to some desire of my own. But here in New York I was ignorant, insignificant, unimportant—one in millions whose destiny concerned no one. New York did not even know of my existence. Nor did it care.
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