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Thrift stores are wonderful. They’re a multi-win. Paying pennies on the dollar for something that’s lightly used; stuff gets re-used instead of finding a new home in a trash dump; the stores are able to employ people who might otherwise … Continue reading
============= Maudlin is an emotion for soloists. ————- A few of the WIPS I talked about last October are now on line. The Sampson – Carroll album Crepuscular Stirrings is here. The cover of I Don’t Remember is here. Ocean, … Continue reading
Klaus Schulze: X Oingo Boingo: Gratitude Steve Hillage: Canterbury 1979 Asia Minor: Crossing the Line David Harrow: The Succession Harald Grosskopf: Synthesist Taj Mahal Travelers: Stockholm 1971 Michael Bruckner: Klaustrophilia
Works In Progress
Current WIPs CREPUSCULAR STIRRINGS: An album of commercially unreleased Sampson – Carroll material that was recorded over a period of years. I’ve been revisiting the original mixes this year and adjusting where deemed necessary. As soon as I can tame … Continue reading
There’s a well-protected place in my psyche for avant-rock music. I also have a strong appreciation for Western (usually European) music that incorporates styles, scales, etc. from regions like North Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Asia. Not that I … Continue reading
Have You Heard (and Watched)… ?
131F Orange, You Glad? Proving Grounds (audio) (with Sean Carroll) Proving Grounds (video) (with Sean Carroll) Barefoot in Imaginarium Elegy for a Drowning World (with Sara Ayers)
That Was Only Yesterday
It was going to be “today’s playlist” but I kept thinking I’d be adding to it and that never happened. I just got too busy with stuff that didn’t have headspace for someone else’s music. I find it interesting that … Continue reading
Words to sing by
New lyrics posted on, of all places, the Lyrics page. The Silly Comes is an Often Coiled song and appears on the self-titled EP.
Have you heard… ?
Bay of Mystery Hallowed Bones The Middle Mass Extinction Upbringing
As a matter of fact…
“The paradox of any artist’s life is you need to cultivate confidence AND humility to survive. But you know what? That’s the paradox of your life too.” Chad Clark / Beauty Pill