"Pirate Song." Composed by Tim Hodgkinson. Performed by Tim Hodgkinson (piano) and Dagmar Krause (voice), on the album Hopes And Fears, by Art Bears, 1978
"Laugh At Me." Composed by Sonny Bono. Performed by Mott The Hoople, on their eponymous album, 1969.
"If love is truly going out of fashion forever, which I do not believe, then along with our nurtured indifference to each other will be an even more contemptuous indifference to each other's objects of reverence."—Lester Bangs, "Where Were You When Elvis Died," Village Voice, August 29 1977
"By moral in the context of art I mean a style which executes the deeper social and psychological function of form, as opposed to a particular aspect of vanity called taste. Pop sensibility, pop consciousness, pop sentimentality have been invaluable in clarifying the provincialism and nostalgia that actually permeate a culture that has come to pride itself on sophistication."—SIdney Tillim, "Figurative Art 1969: Aspects and Prospects," as cited by Robert Christgau here.