SFOGuy says... Reminds me of the documentary "Standing in the Shadows of Motown"... The sessions musicians who never get the public glory... Oddly, she might have been bit bitter about what came after her time in music... Some sort of music geek sound site postings... "I enjoy the music she made in the 60's but when she posted a comment on engineers I voiced my opinion that the mid 70's to early 80's were the pinnacle of recording because of the 24-track two inch tape and the idea of the 'concept album'. I mentioned "Aja", "Goucho", "Breakfast in America", "Back In Black", "Dark Side of the Moon", "Animals", "Rumors", etc. She said she didn't like that "music" -- too many drugs involved in the making. Post went downhill from there.... but come on, how can any reasonable musician deny the greatness of at least some of the albums mentioned above?..."