Monthly Archives: April 2010

What Goes Around

I still have a fairly large collection of LPs. Also a turntable that works. God knows how old the stylus is, or where I’d find a replacement, but it still sounds good. After a few years in storage the gears … Continue reading

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Say What?

Right now I’m listening to some electronic music. It seems to be free improv by a group called the Hub. It’s streaming from Scot Gresham-Lancaster’s site. I like it — there’s plenty of color, plenty of variety. But does it … Continue reading

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Peerless

I know a few things about music, but there’s a lot that I don’t know. I’d like to be able to hang with a few people who are more knowledgeable than I, and who have time to share a few … Continue reading

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The CDs Are Ready!

After chewing my nails for a couple of weeks, I’m happy to report that the box of new CDs arrived today. The Murmuring Shell of Time is now available! As are the few┬áremaining copies of my first CD, Light’s Broken … Continue reading

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In the Dark

“The universe is not only stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine.” I had seen this quote attributed to Sir Arthur Eddington, but this seems to have been a mistake. It was J. B. S. Haldane, … Continue reading

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Media Maneuvers

As I work toward the release of my new CD, I’m experimenting with various online promotional avenues. I almost hate to say “promotion,” because I’m not really trying to make money or initiate a brilliant career as an electronic musician. … Continue reading

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Stupidity

In general, the human race is a grave disappointment. Most of our failings (though perhaps not all) can be lumped under the heading “stupidity.” People are, by and large, stupid. I’m not sure stupidity is an innate human characteristic. I … Continue reading

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