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Released: Nov 26, 2005 | 3:15 PM
Category: Other
Application: GarageBand
Loop Use: No loops

File Type: .mp3
File Size: 14.01 MB

Plays: 1000
Downloads: 2
Weekly Plays: 2
Weekly Downloads: 0
Statistic reset day: Saturday

License: No derivative works allowed
One day as Michael and I sat watching the early morning fog roll down the street in front of my SF Flat, we began discussing old man Alzheimer, and thinking about what must have been left in his garage. Memories un accounted for.
This is the story of that morning, and Alzie's garage. Circa 1984.

A play in 3 parts. 1 for each ear, and something for the middle.

This is a long piece, about 15 mins I think. It starts out with some flutes, then drifts into some guitar, e bow and percussion. It's a story, so you have to have a little time to sit through the whole thing.

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elder Artist

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Loved it.
Waiting all day so I could hear the whole thing this evening.
Very atmospheric inward journey.
Nice long piece that keeps moving and changing enough to hold interest.
Reminds me of the best things I like about Steve Tibbits and Carl Weingarten (Pandora's garage); namely the guitar, rhythms and wandering exploration.
Like a long walk alone in the forest.
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I think everything I have ever wanted to do musically, you have done earlier and better! Definitely worth the time to listen! The vocals at the end were interesting, but I really loved the music.
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The fact that you listened to the whole thing impresses me....the fact that you like it...well, that just puts it over the top. Thank you very much for teh comments. Those were inspired times Vapor...inspired times, but there's plenty of room for more.
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zallaz Moderator

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an album right in the recessess of my memory 'Fish Rising' by Gong (Steve Hillage era) just came flooding back to me!

Keep grabbing those oldies they all have merit/relevance, and this is just so 'left-field' keep 'em coming, thanks Blaine!!
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Really, Left Field...hmmm, I suppose, how many songs can there be about Alzheimers garage?
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btransue Artist

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And Elder...Thank you very much for the comments. Tibbits, Weingarten...masters. I love them, thinking back of when I first heard them.
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elder Artist

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Re-listening here and looking at other comments...
You're welcome, Brian, glad somebody else knows Tibbits and Weingarten.
Interesting Zallaz comparison to Gong, oh my...
"let a P.H.P. tell you what to do...
remember I am you, You are me, all of us together...
Iao, Zae, Zao, Mae, Mao, Tae, tao, now"
maybe us old-schoolers should get together for an old fashioned Freak Out!
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