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10 minutes ago, christopher3393 said:

 

Cornucopia Award!

 

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Thank you,.very welcome ..
however ... I've Got The "Yes! We Have No Bananas" blues  ....
bc my personal preference are raspberries 😉

 

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and I need to wait for them another 6 weeks or so ...

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2 hours ago, DuckToller said:

Thank you,.very welcome ..
however ... I've Got The "Yes! We Have No Bananas" blues  ....
bc my personal preference are raspberries 😉

 

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and I need to wait for them another 6 weeks or so ...

 

...in that case...

 

 

 


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On 5/20/2020 at 4:58 PM, DuckToller said:

Carrots II

 

1971! Had never heard of Faust. They are out there.

 

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Panda Bear - Good Girl / Carrots

 

 

"Carrots" consists of two sections: "Good Girl" and "Carrots". "Good Girl" lasts for the first four and a half minutes, and then segues into "Carrots", which itself consists of two separate sections, the last one starting at the eight minute mark. The first section contains a sample of "Radio Calcutta #2" from the Sublime Frequencies album "Radio India: The Eternal Dream Of Sound". The second part contains samples of "Enter the Dragon" by Lee "Scratch" Perry and "Someday" by Kylie Minogue, and the last section of the song contains a sample taken from Kraftwerk's song "Ananas Symphonie" ("Pineapple Symphony") from their 1973 album Ralf und Florian. The interplay between the song's three movements illustrates a statement made by Panda in an interview on Ma Fama radio, in which he discussed the idea of performing songs the way a DJ would play records, blending samples that have different BPM which would result in discordant polyrhythms.


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