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Re: [microsound] microsleepmusic
- To: microsound <microsound@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [microsound] microsleepmusic
- From: Bill Ashline <ashline@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 18:33:37 +0900
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Pretty much anything by Lull does the job for me. The drones recordings on
Asphodel tend to put me out too.
On 6/26/07, Kim Cascone <kim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> what music would microsounders play while falling to sleep?
"' A composer is a guy who goes around forcing his will on unsuspecting air
molecules, often with the assistence of unsuspecting musicians."
"The concept of the rock-guitar solo in the eighties has pretty much been
reduced to: Weedly-weedly-wee, make a face, hold your guitar like it's your
weenie, point it heavenward, and look like you're really doing something.
Then, you get a big ovation while the the smoke bombs go off, and the
motorized lights in your truss twirl around!"--Frank Zappa