Obviously Marshal Tito was just a square. He wasn't hep and neither was
Yugoslavia's newspaper Glas. Said Glas: jazz is "senseless, impossible
combinations of sounds calculated to arouse the lowest, most atavistic
and long-suppressed instincts in man." Worse than that, added Glas, it
is "music conditioned and tied up with capitalist society."
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