Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Mind on the Run


A founding text. Hypnotic drums, lurching bass patterns, guitars that ring like bells. Such a cool, cool album.

13 comments:

  1. Are you kidding? Do you have any idea how RARE this is? You must be the most awesome sorcerer around!!

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  2. "Are you kidding? Do you have any idea how RARE this is? You must be the most awesome sorcerer around!!"

    What a quote! But honestly, this is absolutley incredible!! Do you have Ittiologia??!! Request!!

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  3. Fantastic thank you , thought his only album with Coleman was New Breed , cant wait

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  4. Thank you so much. I find Kirchin's compositions always very special.
    His arrangements are often dense and rich like a jungle of overtones but organised-apparence of freedom within a tight format.
    As if stuck on an intense turnstyle of obsessive musical phrases.
    This is seriously good committed, multi-dimensional music.
    Thank you again!

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  5. Yeah, this album is fairly dense and obsessive. This makes sense, as I think the music is supposed to conjure up images of "paranoia." Don't Lose Your Cool is way more tripped out and dream sequencey.

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  6. WoW! It must be so cool to be that in the know to know that this is something to know. Now I know. Ya know.

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  7. Your generousity is overwhelming, sir!!!
    Most exquisite post EVER!!!!!!!

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  8. This needs a second post, man :-))

    F4CK "Abstractions .." this is the thing Jonny needed to release first!!!!!!
    Is it due? :-))))

    Again, million thanks!!!

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  9. Thank you very much. Fantastic.

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