RE: [thewire] Re: derek bailey
- My favorite description of Bailey's playing was something like
he "learned how to play guitar so well that he decided to pretend he
couldn't play at all".
From: noblegasesuk [mailto:noblegasesuk@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2003 9:24 PM
Subject: [thewire] Re: derek bailey
Well, I guess I should have put "wrong" in quotes.
I was talking to Ben Hanna, of Grandpa's Ghost, today and I said that
in Bailey's playing a lot of the time it's the space between notes
that is most important.
'--- In email@example.com, chx <yahoogroper@b...> wrote:
> One of the advantages of its lameness is that it limps around in acircle...
> ...in successfully playing the 'wrong notes', DB makes one wonder
> whether it wasn't actually 'the right note'; so 'we' might come to
> question the very notion of 'wrong' and 'right' notes and their
> relationship to each other as units of signification...
> >that is pretty lame. derek is a master musician, and know exactly
> >he is doing. his note choices are more considered and precisethan
> >almost anyone alive.capture
> >On Saturday, November 29, 2003, at 08:44 PM, noblegasesuk wrote:
> >> I described Derek Bailey to a bandmate tonight as someone who
> >> purposely plays the wrong notes....
> >> -- Tony
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> >>> Aidia - I don't listen to it very often, but it seems to
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> >>> 'sound'. Willfully unpredictably predictable, an intense
> >> (seemingly)
> >>> consciously cerebral effort to throw musical expectations to
> >> wind.freebie
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- Damn, wish I still had that 10cd Sakamoto box of work from the early
to mid 80's. There was some good stuff on there. I liked the disc
with the picture of him at the piano, and a shadow of an insect
behind him. Hard to keep track of all his stuff though.
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