Incredibly Strange Music
V. Vale, Andrea Juno
RE/Search Publications, 1993 - Music - 220 pages
The bible of lounge music, fans of ambient music, acid jazz, ethno techno, even industrial rock will find this guide indispensable. Categories include Brazilian Psychedelic, Outer Space, Exotica-Ploitation, Singing Truck Drivers, Yodeling, Abstract female vocals, Religious Ventriloquism, Sitar Rock, Theremin, Harmonica and more!!!
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This is the kind of story I like : I know a fellow who ' s very old . And he eats lunch
in this very posh arts club . When he comes in alone he has a cane , and walks
very slowly and deliberately and sits down , and the waiters are very careful .
... images that oscillate somewhere between a cloud formation and a fireplace .
Actually , what I ' d love to see done is a kind of realtime Walt Disney Fantasia in
which each track of a multi - track would be assigned its own image and rhythm .
One of the things that happens when I get into writing lyrics is : it becomes a kind
of monologue mirror : this leads to that , and it begins to write itself . It ' s not
automatic writing , but it seems to “ make sense ” to go the way it ' s going . Let me
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Re/Search publishers/editors Vale and Juno here add the finishing touches for anyone attempting to document the dangers and foreboding symbolism attendant in the replacement of records with CDs. In a ... Read full review