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Old 28th September 2009, 01:42 AM   #571
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Where is the chaos?
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Old 28th September 2009, 01:58 AM   #572
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Old 28th September 2009, 06:49 AM   #573
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Beautiful! I know how much it means to a guy/gal to have their own space and no-one (and I mean no-one!!!) is allowed to butt in...

unless they want to hear something wonderful from the test bench, that is.
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Old 28th September 2009, 09:49 AM   #574
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Judging from the looks of his avatar, Eyoung likely has no problem to butt-in.

(My neighbours have several fire extinguishers. Me, you know.)
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Old 28th September 2009, 03:25 PM   #575
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Judging from the looks of his avatar, Eyoung likely has no problem to butt-in.

(My neighbours have several fire extinguishers. Me, you know.)
Hahahaha....
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Old 1st October 2009, 09:00 PM   #576
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Speaking of fire extinguishers ...

During the last few days, I am listening to "Boulez conducts Zappa" ...
Tasty ...

But can somebody tell me more about this album .. even short

Mr. Pass, mebbe?

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Old 1st October 2009, 10:16 PM   #577
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Boulez Conducts Zappa: The Perfect Stranger is a 1984 album featuring the music of Frank Zappa, conducted, in part, by Pierre Boulez. It is also known as, simply, The Perfect Stranger.

Boulez conducts, specifically, on the three tracks — "The Perfect Stranger", "Naval Aviation in Art?" and "Dupree's Paradise" — which were recorded at IRCAM, Paris on January 10 and January 11, 1984, and are performed by Boulez' Ensemble InterContemporain. The title track was also commissioned by Boulez, and contains references to Zappa's 1971 film, 200 Motels. The remaining four tracks are credited to 'The Barking Pumpkin Digital Gratification Consort'; in fact, Zappa's Synclavier. "Outside Now Again" is a Synclavier performance based on a transcription of Zappa's guitar solo in the song "Outside Now" from the 1979 Joe's Garage album.


I didn't warm up to it much myself, but then it always did take about 10 listens to love the best Zappa tunes, like King Kong.

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Old 1st October 2009, 11:22 PM   #578
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Thank you.

Listening to it again, and then to other pieces, it seems that there are more convergences between says "in Memoriam" by P.B and "Zoot allures" by F.Z.

Thx for the hint about KingKong.

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Thank you.

Listening to it again, and then to other pieces, it seems that there are more convergences between says "in Memoriam" by P.B and "Zoot allures" by F.Z.

Thx for the hint about KingKong.

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My wife is going to join me at Burning Amp... yes! Best navigator on the planet. We're driving south from Portland, OR to San Francisco. I look forward to meeting my fellow DIYers and my favorite teacher. We're going to make this adventure a 4 day road-trip.
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