Lonewolf wrote:Who, when, and where, was the origin of the term "OLD SCHOOL"?
Lonewolf wrote:Mid 80s is when I too began to hear it used more and more.
Is there any truth >>that it first started coming out from Chicago?
TheReal wrote:On the same token, concerning the term "old school," I can remember in the 70's, when music that was considered "oldies" was that music that was produced in the 50's, and early to mid 60's. However, when the 80's and 90's rolled around, the music that was produced in the mid 60's, and 70's, were then labeled as "oldies."
The interesting thing about all of this, is that now, in this century, the music that was produced in the 70's and 80's, with inroads into the 90's, are considered "old school." In the end, I guess it all depends on what generation and decade you're from.
Of course this was a little of the topic, but at least it was somewhere around the corner...
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