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New from Radiohead:

 

 

I see Radiohead are persisting with their policy of making sure that I don't enjoy their music.....DR3

 

I guess they will do OK without my support ;)

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DR3 ... Wow...

DR sure ain't everything, bit is that a new Radiohead low? (On the DR front). That won't stop me from checking out their new album, but it is rather disappointing...

 

Anyone know what the DR is on OK Computer?


 

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[...] "Do fathers always know more than sons?" and the father said, "yes". The next question was, "Daddy, who invented the steam engine?" and the father said, "James Watt." And then the son came back with "- but why didn't James Watt's father invent it?"

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[...] "Do fathers always know more than sons?" and the father said, "yes". The next question was, "Daddy, who invented the steam engine?" and the father said, "James Watt." And then the son came back with "- but why didn't James Watt's father invent it?"

Gregory Bateson

Steps to an Ecology of Mind (...)

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Thanks DM - found that most useful site earlier :-)

Apologies for the diversion...

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I have been enjoying a Nina Simone doco on Netflix. A slave scrubs the floors... awaiting the arrival of pirates who decimate the town and set her free. Adapted from a german musical (i think??). But Nina totally owns this! chilling.

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Excellent ... just be careful that the most reactionary members not surprised enjoying Bertolt Brecht/Kurt Weill ;)


[...] "Do fathers always know more than sons?" and the father said, "yes". The next question was, "Daddy, who invented the steam engine?" and the father said, "James Watt." And then the son came back with "- but why didn't James Watt's father invent it?"

Gregory Bateson

Steps to an Ecology of Mind (...)

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Golden oldie:

 


One never knows, do one? - Fats Waller

The fairest thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. - Einstein

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Inspired by the Nordost thread: Jerry Garcia -- The Wheel

 


"The fundamental task of music is to give resonance not to objectivity but rather to the manner in which the innermost self is essentially moved according to its subjectivity and the ideal nature of the soul."  ---  GWF Hegel, Lectures On Aesthetics

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grimes - flesh without blood


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"The fundamental task of music is to give resonance not to objectivity but rather to the manner in which the innermost self is essentially moved according to its subjectivity and the ideal nature of the soul."  ---  GWF Hegel, Lectures On Aesthetics

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Here's another bit of high energy from a great live band:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYMnh1ZSj4M


"The fundamental task of music is to give resonance not to objectivity but rather to the manner in which the innermost self is essentially moved according to its subjectivity and the ideal nature of the soul."  ---  GWF Hegel, Lectures On Aesthetics

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"The fundamental task of music is to give resonance not to objectivity but rather to the manner in which the innermost self is essentially moved according to its subjectivity and the ideal nature of the soul."  ---  GWF Hegel, Lectures On Aesthetics

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