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23 February 2006

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mwanji
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I've been listening to the Claudia Quintet's "Semi-Formal" recently and it's even more surprising and individual than "I, Claudia," which is saying a lot, IMO. With "A Blessing" and "Semi-Formal," Hollenbeck is definitely on a roll.

I've been listening to Kneebody's album (downloaded from emusic), which is quite good. I'm somewhat less taken by "Keystone," but I don't have the DVD.

All this listening was, unfortunately, cut short when I lost my iRiver on friday...

DJA
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I'm somewhat less taken by "Keystone," but I don't have the DVD.

It really is essential. I was a bit underwhelmed, too, until I saw how the music works with the film -- which is, after all, the whole point of this project.

There's a short Arbuckle film available on the Greenleaf Music website, which gives you a good idea of how the music works with the visuals. I should maybe link to that in the main post.

All this listening was, unfortunately, cut short when I lost my iRiver on friday...

Damn. That sucks.

I consider it something of a minor miracle that I have actually managed to hold on to my iPod for four years now.

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