"THIS IS A FINE TAPE AND BRINGS BACK MEMORIES OF YESTERYEAR WHEN THE MUSIC WORLD WAS GOOD AND NOT FOULED UP BY THE LONG HAIR SCURVES WHO JUST BEAT WILDLY ON ANYTHING AND COME UP WITH A LOT OF STUPID NOISE THat only damnfools and liars say they like it"
Upon learning from Bacharach and David the label didn't think her style was correct for their new song, and that Jerry Butler was selected for recording it, a keenly disappointed Warwick felt used, manipulated and exploited, and dismissed the team's assurance of writing her an equally viable song in her own style. According to a Biography cable television episode on Burt Bacharach, Warwick responded by shouting, in nearly in crying rant, at the songwriters as she left the recording studio: "Don't make me over, man . . . (you have to) accept me for what I am". Bacharach and David looked at each other in the moment, in stunned disbelief, at her youthful outburst at them. David said to Bacharach: "Burt, I think we just heard the title of a new song".
This illustrates why Noel never matched his EZ idol. He would never have considered a song called "F*** Right Off Noel You *F***** Fat C****, and You Can Stick It Up Your ***** Too Bonehead"
Well library as a genre doesn't really make much sense (I heard one person asking if it's very quiet records) but by definition it is functional music so it's quite a useful term in this debate I think. Although I guess something non-functional (ie artistic) can happen in between the person being commissioned to make functional music and his or her actual making of that music."Anyway, as you were. I have a thing about oversimplification of 'library' but that's a diversion from the topic at hand..."