Welcome to Freestailo Movie Night Teil Zwei!
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So anyway, I'm done talking. To the playlist!
[Artist: Song - Album]
- Bruce Lee: Enter the Dragon - movie
- Various: Gending Bonang Babar Layar - Court Gamelan, Volume II
- Koji Asano: Spring Estuary IV - Spring Estuary
- Glenn Gould: Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier Book I - The Well-Tempered Clavier
- Thomas Schultz: Walking, Walking - Hyo-Shin Ma: All The Noises
- COMA: Taciturnity Master - ornamental urban shrubbery
- The Cure: Burn - The Crow
- Sutekh: urchin - every dot and tittle
- Krishnamurthy: Djembe solo - Layopasana 2: Rhythmic Explorations
- Kylesa: Delusion on Fire - A 100 Heat Index EP
- Kiln: Isthmus - SMM Vol. 1
- Two Warriors: Standing Alone - Coova and little-scale
- Dexter Gordon & Slide Hampton: My Blues - A Day In Copenhagen
- Bootsy Collins: Sound Crack - Ultra Wave
The Well-Tempered Freestailo:
- Enter the Dragon: I don't think I really need to explain why this is awesome, but let me break it down for you: kung fu sounds, strange smooth soul music, heavy lines with heavy accents.
- Gamelan music: I really loved the gamelan music I found, and I think I'll pull from there in the future, since there seemed to be many volumes of gamelan music to choose from. It integrated well with the beginning of the movie, and then with the Koji Asano stuff.
- The Crow: I had a caller requesting/reminding of the existence of The Crow, and its weird connections to Bruce Lee's death and his son Brandon Lee's death. That went very smoothly with what I was playing, so thanks.
The Mis-Tempered Freestailo:
- When did the movie end?: Yeah I don't know either. I was not paying attention, and if I had been, I would have aurally zoomed in on the ending more.
- Little stability: I felt a bit unstable during this show, I think mostly because there weren't a lot of structured songs to follow throughout, and a lot of the movie was covered up by white noise from the avant-garde music.
- Needs energy: The energy was really placid during the whole show, which was kind of cool, but it needed more moments of high energy to balance out the strangeness.
We'll be all updated soon guys, so thanks for your patience.