mmm013 Sunday, June 17, 2012
THIS IS THE 1ST mm EMAILING WHERE SOME PEOPLE HAVE BEEN
REMOVED FROM THE LIST, SOME HAVE THEIR ADDRESSES CC:ED,
& SOME ARE Bcc:ed. IF I'VE MADE A MISTAKE & YOU DON'T WANT TO
BE Cc:ed, LET ME KNOW. I DID THIS SO THERE CD BE MORE DIALOG
W/O MY HAVING TO BE THE GO-BETWEEN - tENT
13th music meeting (June 17, 2012)
Florian visiting from Rotterdam
Rob arrives 2 hrs early to show "We Live In Public" documentary
Ben Opie arrives
Rob talks about Greatest TV LP
Rob talks about greatest TV CD from the Black & White yrs
Rob plays "21st Century" program's electronic theme
Rob plays "Candid Camera" intro
Hyla plays 1st 2 healing ritual songs from "Music of Makran" CD - traditional fusion from coastal Balochistan
Ben brought 2 John Cage discs
Frank talks about Cage more
Ben's "litmus test" for the grad students he teaches is whether they know who Harry Partch is
tENT shows Partch instrument slide show w/ Partch narration & then a bit of a movie about Partch's "Delusion of the Fury"
tENT plays "Ferrara 2002" excerpt from MEV 40 CDs
tENT plays an excerpt from his "Neoist Love Song for Hope(less)" piece in honor of Florian's being there & explains the title This is tENT's 1st synthesizer & drum machine piece from 1986
Hyla talks about Key Ransome's "ReBar" music series "7 beats per minute" in Seattle
Rob asks what neoism is & tENT & Florian swap neoism definitions
Rob says he knows less about neoism than ever after hearing these definitions
tENT & Florian seem to agree that the more one learns about neoism the less one knows about it & that that's the way it shd be
tENT plays some of "Blaster" Al Ackerman's "The Laughing Postman" 'radio play' on tape
tENT plays Monty Cantsin's "I am the Enemy" from Cantsin's "Noise Bible" CD & explains that the lyrics are from the defiant last speech of Haymarket anarchist 'martyr' Louis Lingg
Florian plays Monty Cantsin's "Neoist Revolutionary Song" from online using his iJones
Ben plays rare limited edition of 25 home-burn CD-R of John Cage's "A Dip of the Lake: ten Quicksteps, Sixty-One Waltzes, and Fifty-Six Marches for Chicago & Vicinity" (1978)
Ben plays Cage's "Ten"
Ben shows Pink Chunk's 7" "Kitchen Cantata" & "Louie, Louie" Seattle 1978 colored vinyl record & plays a bit of both sides
Hyla mentions Martha Rosler's "Semiotics of the Kitchen"
tENT plays Henri Kling's "Kitchen Symphony"
tENT plays Mosolov's "Symphony of Machines"
Frank plays Kagel's "Alem" 69/70
Kenny plays music from the West Sahara featuring tea glasses
2nd track has Korg
Kenny plays Phil Cohran & Legacy
Ben plays Monte Cazazza'a performance of Brion Gysin's "Kick That Habit Man"
Ben plays R. Stevie Moore's "She Didn't Know What To Do With Herself" in response to Rob;s playing Magnetic Fields at mm 12
tENT plays John Bender's "Pop Surgery" LP (1983) selection "Meat" (+) as response to Moore & Magnetic
Ben plays Pittsburgh's "Dress Up As Natives" 7" (1982?)
Ben plays The Cynics' 7" w/ theremin (1994, Pittsburgh) on Mind Cure records (from wch record store took its name)
Hyla likens to Chemistry Set from Seatlle at the same time
tENT plays "Couscous" track from Tiny Desk Unit's "Naples" LP (1981) as an example of an '80s band that had members that he knew
Florian goes for a walk
Ben plays DVD of Charles Mingus "Live in '64" in a stuido in Belgium w/ Jaki Byard & Eric Dolphy (& 2 others)
Frank tells that his 1st record was Errol Garner's "Concert by the Sea"
Frank mentions something that implies that Garner might've been synaesthetic
Frank talks about Richard Strauss' "Salomé" & about his disappointment w/ the PSO (Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)
tENT plays Official Tage-Diebe-Tage footage to show band that he & Florian were in in Berlin in 1994
Frank talking about "The Unconsoled" novel
tENT plays Alvin Curran's "Maritime Rites" (Clark Coolidge version) (1984) for Frank b/c of the fog horns
to the mm index
forward to mm 14
backward to mm 12
to the tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE movie-making "Press: Criticism, Interviews, Reviews" home-page
to the "tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE - Sprocket Scientist" home-page
to the "FLICKER" home-page for the alternative cinematic experience
to find out more about why the S.P.C.S.M.E.F. (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Sea Monkeys by Experimental Filmmakers) is so important
for A Mere Outline for One Aspect of a Book on Mystery Catalysts, Guerrilla Playfare, booed usic, Mad Scientist Didactions, Acts of As-Beenism, So-Called Whatevers, Psychopathfinding, Uncerts, Air Dressing, Practicing Promotextuality, Imp Activism, etc..
for info on tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE's tape/CD publishing label: WIdémoUTH
to see an underdeveloped site re the N.A.A.M.C.P. (National Association for the Advancement of Multi-Colored Peoples)