eljr
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eljr

Koyaanisqatsi at 80, Male, 80, from Baltimore, MD

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The work I've done is the work I know, and the work I do is the work I don't know. I don't know what I'm doing. Feb 11, 2017

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    1. eljr
      eljr
      The work I've done is the work I know, and the work I do is the work I don't know. I don't know what I'm doing.
    2. Nikita
      Nikita
      Lol, so much different ones in France, i was afraid to overload the messages box ^^
      1. eljr likes this.
    3. 91r100gs
      91r100gs
      finally discovered where the "status message" is actually posted.
    4. eljr
      eljr
      Welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, welly, well. To what do I owe the extreme pleasure of this surprising visit?
    5. Rowrbazzle
      Rowrbazzle
      Eljr, for smart, innovative jazz, I would also recommend a small, collectively-owned label out of Frisco (I think) -- Cryptogramophone. Guitarist Nels Cline, who has been a member of Wilco for several years, is almost their "house" guitarist and has five or six releases on the label. I like everything he does -- and I don't think I've ever heard a bad Cryptogramophone release.

      Another really smart, adventurous label is the British Discus label. The releases are all over the place and some are truly avant garde, so you should just check out their Website (likewise with Cryptogramophone). In particular, listen to some clips from "Orchestra of the Upper Atmosphere" or "Combat Astronomy." Amazing stuff, in my estimation

      Cheers,
      Bill
    6. finnbow
      finnbow
      Thanks, Ed. I hope you and your daughter are both doing well.
    7. boreas
      boreas
      Happy Holidays to you too, Ed! Thanks!
    8. pbinpb57
      pbinpb57
      Enjoying a Sierra Nevada ~ Torpedo Extra IPA. Thank god for small pleasures..lol
    9. daza152
      daza152
      I really appreciate you sticking up for me when guys try to trash me or the thread. Thanks. I would love to know as much as everyone else about music. Thanks eljr.
    10. Crunch
      Crunch
      Thanks eljr! glad to know other tunaheads in the AK!
    11. ScramMan2
    12. Gohan
      Gohan
      Happy New Year!!
    13. ScramMan2
      ScramMan2
      I can't figure some of this shit out.
    14. www.records
      www.records
      Hell yeah, you can't have too many friends!!
    15. ScramMan2
      ScramMan2
      I am not sure how this works.
    16. ScramMan2
    17. Mystic
      Mystic
      Thanks for the invite, eljr!
    18. thughes
      thughes
      What specific problems did your 201 have? My second one played everything and didn't make much noise. It just had that annoying beep between tracks. The 301 only beeps at the end of a CD.

      I'm new enough to the forum not to understand the "in and outs" of the "friends" and I didn't really see an explanation of it. It took me several months to realize about private messages.
    19. meggy
      meggy
      Thanks! Absolutely.
    20. Urizen
      Urizen
      Thanks for the invite!

      Ken
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    Jan 31, 1937 (Age: 80)
    Home Page:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Glass
    Location:
    Baltimore, MD
    Occupation:
    Composer
    One of the most influential music makers of the late 20th century.
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