Hey, can somebody tell me how you make umlauts in Outlook? I feel so
Here's what Kent says about the Brotzmann tracks they're recording this
>The 10tet stuff will be on OkkaDisk. Today we also have a quartet session
with Brotzmann, McPhee, Zerang and me for Hatology, a Swiss label. I don't
know when they'll come out. It usually takes a year or so for the Okkas.
Hatology may be quicker but you never can tell.<
I'm amazed at the slow convergence of free music and the use of noise in pop
music. What with hiphop and a slew of subgenres, a lot of sonic material
that was rejected out of hand as (useless) noise not that long ago is now
squarely in the mainstream. It seems to me that the bulk of the gulf that
remains is pop and rock's requirement of a steady beat and repeating bass
line, as opposed to free music's healthy suspicion (though not total
avoidance) of such devices.Whaddya think, am I all wet?
Kelly, thinking Ayler and early-period Coleman and late-period Coltrane must
have sounded like martians in their day