Lots of Steve Coleman albums for free download
- I haven't downloaded anything so far, therefore I can't say if it's
working. (Steve Coleman writes "...my server is closing down soon"
because the demand's very heavy.) There are more than 15 albums
available for free, legal download.
Steve Coleman: Why Do I give away some of my music?
- I wrote:
> I haven't downloaded anything so far, therefore I can't say if it'sWell, it seems this generous offer from Mr. Coleman is hardly new. He
> working. (Steve Coleman writes "...my server is closing down soon"
> because the demand's very heavy.) There are more than 15 albums
> available for free, legal download.
> Further reading:
> Steve Coleman: Why Do I give away some of my music?
began to add the MP3s 3-4 years ago, so you can probably ignore the
caveat about download limits. (Though I suppose there will be a lot of
links to the M-Base site today.)
Coleman's description of his music as "macro-basic array of spontaneous
extemporization sounds very Braxtonian :-)
I always liked the "cool" (in the sense of Cool Jazz), rigorous music
that the Holland/Coleman/Eubanks/Smith Quartet made at the 80s/90s
Now playing (via radio): The Emerson String Quartet with Mozart and
- Last year, Dave Fiore, whose weblog I like very much, published a
historiographic paper titled (in part jocosely) "A Horse is a Horse--Of
Course: Sympathy and the Subaltern in Postbellum America". He argues -
and I guess this can't be offtopic on a Braxton mailing list - that one
important impetus for the ascent of the American animal rights movement
after the 1860s were the redirected energies of abolitionists. Because
the end of slavery rather than being just that - an end - proved to be
more of a beginning with many difficulties, important parts of the
abolitionist movement found it less frustrating to start a new struggle,
this time for "our dumb animals". (This was the title of the MSPCA's*
(The complete paper has ca. 4000 words.)
Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
- on 2/2/06 3:33 PM, Franz Fuchs at f.fuchs@... wrote:
> Best regardsThe only thing I ever wrote on my blog:
> Franz Fuchs
> Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
The quotes at bottom are important, I think.
Also that it's the ideal, both in Christianity and Judaism.
So the question: What the hell are we waiting for?
Anyway, don't mean to be strident *at all*-- I was very angry when I wrote
it, but the points remain to made.
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