|Add Date:||2008-06-15||Pull Date:||2008-08-17|
|Week Ending:||Aug 3||Jul 20||Jul 13||Jul 6||Jun 29||Jun 22|
|1.||Nov 12, 2011:||Music Casserole
|4.||Jul 16, 2008:||Emphysema For Emphasis
Bagatelle For Willard Maas
|2.||Jul 30, 2008:||Emphysema For Emphasis
|5.||Jul 09, 2008:||Emphysema For Emphasis
|3.||Jul 19, 2008:||Emphysema For Emphasis - Maurizio Bianchi Special Continued
|6.||Jul 02, 2008:||Emphysema For Emphasis
*1-5:11) Light flowing, arabian feel perhaps, dance feel. Flute, banjo, over indian percussion and finger chimes.
2-12:58) Slow wandering classical guitar, flute, and block percussion with japanese sensibility.
Slow moving and sparse. Humming and bowed double bass. Lots of empty space beware or be appreciative.
3-7:43) Slow. Gamelan and flute. Sad clarinet, meek percussion. Picks up tempo at end.
4-13:12) Slow pensive gamelan percussion. Midway bass clarinet, clarinet, flutes classically meander against each other.
5-6:00) Faster, perky asian exotica percussion sounds. Lamenting clarinet. Mellows at end.
*6-8:37) Dramatic drum roll intro. Xylophone, wood block, brushed snare drum, flute takes melody. Ends tense..
**7-14:14) Fast hammer dulcimer. Tension. Fast trainlike percussion. Taped drunken Ukelele Ike style song! Acousitic guitar. Ends with cool singing.
*8-2:35) Mid-slow percussion, vaguely Burmese feel. Intriguing horn sounds. Last minute is quiet air blowing through a flute.
1-3:27) Faster, percussion, flute, vocal noises, latin pop guitar.
2-5:25) Fast bagatelle duet for classical guitar and clarinet. Classical feel. Moody cymbal percussion intrudes.
*3-4:16) Solo hammered dulcimer. Great piece.
*4-4:54) Flamenco feel. Guitar, flute, and the foot stomping.
*5-2:40) Strange. Primitive electronics and percussion.
6-6:43) Mid-tempo, odd piece. Called "Water Music Study". Kind of burbles along.
7-11:38) Cookoo free jazz. Loose bird calls, snare drum.
8-9:38) Sparse, meandering woodblock percussion and clarinet.
*9-4:38) Hammer dulcimer meanderings. Spooky, and on edge.
*10-4:59) Classical feel with guitar and clarinet. Sudden change to fast 50s bop drumming and trumpet! Back to the guitar and clarinet. Ends simply.
*11-2:15) Abstract, unconventional sounds, some hammer dulcimer and percussion. Builds into an echo chamber of sound.
*12-6:48) Varied exotic percussion that bubbles and flows along. A little clarinet too. The drums really talk on this one. Builds to the end.