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"I listened yesterday. It's no reflection on you but I could'nt see where you were going or what you were going for. This early seventies thing did'nt get noticed the first time and you talk about friends of like Dealney and Bonnie who had records out like we're supposed to remember who they are. Then you play this long winded free jazz stuff that really grates on my nerves. And that noise without a beat and sounds like someones being pinched. Then you play a reggae song, I think you called it Dub, to what, be cool? You seem to really fetishize the whole folk thing too which is obnoxious to us who don't even care. I liked it when you played that punk song though. I like Joe Belock a lot." (Visit homepage.)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Approx. start time
ambarchi / fennesz / pimmon / rehberg / rowe  afternoon tea l   Options afternoon tea  black truffle  2009  CD  0:00:00 ()
eric copeland    al anon  catsup plate  2009  LP  0:18:14 ()
vladislav delay    tummaa  leaf  2009  CD  0:24:08 ()
six organs of admittance    luminous night  drag city  2009  LP  0:29:05 ()
george winston  brenda's blues   Options ballads and blues  takoma/windham hill  1972/1981  LP  0:36:04 ()
kendra smith, david roback, keith mitchell    fell from the sun  serpent  1984  12"  0:48:27 ()
mv & ee    the hick smoke  child of microtones  2009  CD  0:55:24 ()
hokum  spider john   Options tight like that  village thing  1972  LP  0:58:55 ()
the leopards  i wonder if i'll ever see you again   Options kansas city slickers  moon  1977  LP  1:01:22 ()
hollies  away away away   Options dear eloise/king midas in reverse  epic  1967  LP  1:03:46 ()
be bop deluxe    futurama  harvest  1975  LP  1:06:11 ()
robb kunkel  o light   Options wayfairing strangers  tumbleweed/numero group  1973/2009  CD  1:10:12 ()
paul mccartney  on the way   Options mccartney ll  columbia  1980  LP  1:13:59 ()
richard youngs  heights   Options like a nueron  dekorder  2009  LP  1:28:06 ()
k-solo  tales from the crack side   Options tell the world my name  traffic  1990/2009  CD  1:36:35 ()
fuck buttons  phantom limb   Options tarot sport  atp/r  2009  CD  1:42:34 ()
carlos giffoni  techno   Options split lp  no fun  2009  LP  1:47:40 ()
yello  homer hossa   Options claro que si  ralph  1981  LP  1:59:32 ()
h. tical  intercosmic   Options impact  creelpone  1971  LP  2:14:15 ()
phosphor ll    phosphor ll  potlatch  2009  CD  2:16:06 ()
the controllers  neutron bomb   Options         2:34:04 ()
bags  survive   Options         2:35:50 ()
germs  forming   Options         2:38:51 ()
x  los angeles   Options         2:40:23 ()
foust  jungle fever   Options jungle fever  swill radio  2009  CD  2:42:07 ()
ganglians  hair   Options s/t  woodsist  2009  LP  2:47:42 ()
bare wires  go away frankie   Options artificial clouds  tic tac totally  2009  LP  2:50:19 ()
spectre folk  fuzz   Options after kool special  arbitrary signs  2009  CD  2:52:18 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 10/14/09 6:21am nicks:

saw pimmon do show at sydney opera house a week back. why do computer musicians perform live? what's with the idea of looking at a guy standing behind a laptop for 40 minutes? love the sound, but can't recommend the gig! the chicks playing stockhausen were cool, though!
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:21am Pieter:

Morning John, Morning all
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:23am Joshua K:

Better be a damn good light show or something good to dance t if its gonna be a guy sitting with a laptop. Though if you were sitting in a chair the whole time and there was quadrophonic sound or something crazy, that might be interesting as well.
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:27am nicks:

yeah, couldn't understand that... the sound for stockhausen was quad and all over the place amazing, but pimmon was static. and the guy's a sound engineer!
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:30am Joshua K:

There should be more of a market for music recorded to be played on a surround sound system. I have some cornelius DVD and one other I forget what it was.
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:40am JA:

these are questions to ponder for the next few 100 years.
can we keep it to easier questions, like who makes a better saw horse..Home Depot or an administrative assistant at a lower level (<250K) arts organization
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:44am nicks:

stockhausen had some interesting ideas on saw horses, and even drew some pictures of them on several of his scores, i believe. they were a manifestation of pre-industrial Germanic culture, and Home Depot understand that, so I'd plump for their product.
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:50am ?:

but what about emerging composers who are responsible for keeping track of the receipts...they need to eat too
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:54am nicks:

nah, it does them good to starve. karlheinz lived on nothing but metal shavings and sine waves...
  Wed. 10/14/09 6:58am Bret:

stockhausen denied that there was ever an air traffic controllers strike
  Wed. 10/14/09 8:40am Parq:

Where'd everybody go? Been here since BeBop Delux, a band I've always dug. Show's going fine.
  Wed. 10/14/09 8:58am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

. . . is still lurking about.
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