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I'm bored with it, though.
Here's some music I've been digging lately.

Johann Sebastian Bach / The Art of Fugue - Contrapunctus 14 / www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDSAXt…
Morton Feldman / Why Patterns? / www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wLexI…
Giacinto Scelsi / Four pieces each on a single note / www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xIRbD…
Anton Webern / Symphony / www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKD_tZ…
Franz Schubert / Piano Sonata in A / www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVyhxO…
Dmitri Shostakovich / String Quartet No. 10 / www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kdM00…
Alban Berg / Piano Sonata / www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5WjFR…

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:iconhesir:
hesir Jul 29, 2010  Professional General Artist
Hey, thanks for the fave... much appreciated.

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For-W-Art May 23, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks a lot for the fav's :-)
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Only two deviations are visible!
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:iconlpowell:
The rest are in the "lol, I used to think I was a genius" bin. Nowadays I quietly pass stuff I've written around to my friends in meatspace.

I finally "got" your avatar. For the longest time I thought it was ice cream or something. I'm a dunce.
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Lol, sort of like a grape creamsicle crossed with a baby bottle? Yeah, it is actually an old photoshop manipulation of a stock streetlight (and if you really want to dive into the mystery, try to find the poem on deviantart which launched this whole side project). It could be in a dead poetry club somewhere--O, to know my notorious secret origin ;)
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:iconaladdin-sane:
So you've heard about Glitter and Doom, right?
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:iconlpowell:
Yeah. To be honest I haven't listened to a lot of live albums (Grateful Dead's Live/Dead is one—I've heard the Dead are best live, as opposed to studio), but I might check this one out. Especially if it has some songs I haven't heard yet. (I've also seen some videos of his performances, and he appears to know how to shake things up in terms of arrangement and performance.)
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:iconaladdin-sane:
Certainly he does. I've been listening to the preview incessantly. I think the demands of performance focus him; the album is entirely without the meandering tendency that plagues his albums.

So which records do you have?
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:iconlpowell:
Waits records? Swordfishtrombones, Rain Dogs, Bone Machine, Mule Variations, Alice, and Blood Money. Rain Dogs is my favorite, and it's the one I've listened to the most.
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