21656Re: Is it okay to not care for/understand some music?
- Nov 3 1:27 AM- And it sort of makes the idea of improvisational music on CD a bit
But sometimes it works, I will without any hesitation recommend the
album Supersilent:6 (I listen to it often)- and from what I've heard,
their last effort, a DVD should be marvellous !
I have experienced Supersilent live once and it was breathtaking. I
didn't dare to take a leak, not to miss anything :-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "palcontented1"
> --- In email@example.com, CuneiWay@ wrote:
> Good point. Some improvisation almost needs to be experienced in the
> flesh, so to speak, to be appreciated. I've seen AMM a couple times
> (before Rowe left) and they were mesmerizing, but I don't often wish
> to sit down and listen to their recordings. Even though some of them
> are lovely, there is just something missing. I have the Slawterhaus cd
> on Victo. I was at the show where most of it was recorded. It was an
> amazing gig, but again the recording only captures part of what made
> it great.
> > I don't know where you live, but I might recommend trying to SEE
> some free
> > improvisational music; for me (and for some - not all - folks I
> know) this music
> > is a LIVE music experience. You can watch them feed off each
> other, etc.
> > etc. etc.
> > Steve
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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