Re: [thewire] Favourite Song
> actually, it's the chorus:you are absolutely on target with this. please excuse the inane profanity;
> "Mares eat oats and does eat oats
> and little lambs eat ivy
> little kids'll eat ivy too, wouldn't you?"
i was DWI last night.
by the way, by far the best version of the above song was done by leland
palmer (Lynch's Twin
Peaks) when he starts going completely mad during the family dinner,
the house singing this (to the horror of everyone else).
i have a question regarding this fenn-o-berg album, if someone else has it
and is familiar with it.
the track 'horst und snail mit markus' uses a sample about 2 1/2 minutes
into itself which is
very familiar to me, and yet i can not pin it down. if anyone has any idea
what this is, i would
be pretty interested in hearing about it.
i just got that new dilated peoples album that someone else mentioned in the
hip-hop thread. it is
quite good. thanks for the tip.
- "Frigging in the Rigging" always brings a tear to my
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>i have a question regarding this fenn-o-berg album, if someone else has it'frozen' by madonna/william orbit
>and is familiar with it.
>the track 'horst und snail mit markus' uses a sample about 2 1/2 minutes
>into itself which is
>very familiar to me, and yet i can not pin it down. if anyone has any idea
>what this is, i would
>be pretty interested in hearing about it.
>Has anyone heard his dbl 3"CD on Mego?if this isn't a very obscure release the dbl cd is on staalplaat
and called time&space
>How is it?cd1 uses jittery samples and ikeda style beats/tones over 5 tracks loud like C
cd2 is practically silent in placs with tones bleeding in and out of audibility
a single 16minute track good for repeat play
>Does anyone out there know how he goes about making his sounds?not me