Pop Chronicles Interviews #111 - Chad Stuart
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- Reasons for proliferation of talent from Britain circa 1963; Chuck Berry; Buddy Holly; beginning to work with Jeremy Clyde; discovery by John Barry and record deal 0:05:18
- Reaction to success; impressions of first trip to America; New York City; audience reaction; crowd noise; audience behavior 0:04:40
- Audience behavior, professionalism of groups; impact of the Beatles; Bob Dylan; commercialism and music being treated as secondary; his musical background and training 0:04:43
- Skepticism from others about written arrangements; The Progress Suite; the modern pace of creativity and recording 0:03:35
- Progress Suite continued; symphonic works in popular music; future artistic plans; esoteric music and audiences 0:04:41
- Esoteric music continued; Lord Sitar; reactions to album; reviews 0:03:30
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Pop Chronicles Interviews #111 - Chad Stuart, audio recording, January 17, 1968; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1692040/: accessed March 20, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Music Library.