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  • Rigid Swineherd wrote on October 05, 2007 report

    Insightful review. I am enjoyed Wallace Roney for
    a long while. I got Chico Freeman's Tradition in Transition when
    it was new, and Roney is the standout soloist on that date, and that's about 25 years ago.

    The second sentence here cracks me up:
    Was mimicry for the sake of purity and aesthetics a worthwhile endeavor? The answer, or rather the value judgment, would argue no.

    What kind of rhetorical conceit is Mr. Gallo using here? When or how is the answer to a question, or a judgment, doing any arguing?