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A live, improvised sound collage experiment, going back 28 years, weaving mesmerizing new soundscapes from found and collected materials right in the present moment.
Pop music, speeches, live phone calls and spontaneous monologues become ambient loopy layered threads riding the liminal spaces between waking and dreaming. [On hiatus.] (Visit homepage.)

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Favoriting December 25, 2013: (Show #493) Starting up and winding down (A time for rebirth, we regenerate together.) | Download 100-min. edit!

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Artist Track Album Year Format Comments New / Special Approx. start time
Philip Glass  Anthem (Part 1)   Favoriting Powaqqatsi  1988  WAV    * ***   0:00:00 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Give the Drummer Radio live stream   Favoriting   2013  MP3    * ***   0:03:05 (MP3 | Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza 

Give the Drummer Radio live stream   Favoriting

 

2013 

 

 

 

0:04:42 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Philip Glass  Anthem (Part 1)   Favoriting Powaqqatsi  1988  WAV    ***   0:07:49 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Jimmy Carter  What kind of world are we building for them?   Favoriting State of the Union Address 1/23/1979  1979  WAV    * ***   0:12:05 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Valentino Sound Effects Library  Apollo countdown, liftoff   Favoriting Volume 16    MP3    * ***   0:14:05 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Jack Kornfield  The Art of Inner Listening   Favoriting Meditation for Beginners - Disc 1  2001  MP3    * ***   0:14:17 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Robyn Miller  Mechanical Age - Sirrus' Theme   Favoriting Myst  1995  MP3    * ***   0:14:45 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Robyn Miller  Mechanical Age - Sirrus' Theme   Favoriting Myst  1995  MP3    ***   0:15:26 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Guy Pearce  Stay Focused (Find a Pen Find a Pen)   Favoriting Memento  2000  MP3    * ***   0:15:40 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Pink Floyd  Us & Them (piano only)   Favoriting Dark Side of the Moon (Classic Albums)  1975  MP3    * ***   0:16:31 (MP3 | Pop-up)
usagipop  kimi no wakusei   Favoriting catchy catchy  2000  WAV  By W. David Marx. indie guitar, arpeggiator bass lines, 808 drums--all for your planet  * ***   0:17:30 (MP3 | Pop-up)
U2  With or Without You   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987  WAV    * ***   0:18:34 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Jack Kornfield  Working with Distractions   Favoriting Meditation for Beginners - Disc 1  2001  MP3    * ***   0:19:09 (MP3 | Pop-up)
U2  With or Without You   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987  WAV    ***   0:19:51 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Steven Jesse Bernstein  More Noise Please   Favoriting Prison  1992  MP3    * ***   0:20:51 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Jack Kornfield  Working with Distractions   Favoriting Meditation for Beginners - Disc 1  2001    What do you do with judgment? Everyone has it. You sit there and you bow to it.    0:23:42 (MP3 | Pop-up)
usagipop  kimi no wakusei   Favoriting catchy catchy  2000        0:26:33 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Valentino Sound Effects Library  Apollo countdown, liftoff   Favoriting Volume 16          0:27:39 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians  Ghost of a Dog   Favoriting Ghost of a Dog  1990  WAV    * ***   0:29:25 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Jack Kornfield  Working with Distractions   Favoriting Meditation for Beginners - Disc 1  2001    I'm too old; I should've started when I was younger!    0:31:29 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Philip Glass  Anthem (Part 2)   Favoriting Powaqqatsi  1988  WAV    * ***   0:32:10 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Jimmy Carter  Will we ourselves be at peace?   Favoriting State of the Union Address 1/23/1979  1979        0:33:14 (MP3 | Pop-up)
?  #2   From WTJU's Bad Blood 5/1/13  2013  WAV    * ***   0:34:38 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians  Ghost of a Dog   Favoriting Ghost of a Dog  1990        0:38:05 (MP3 | Pop-up)
U2  With or Without You   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987        0:39:20 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Pink Floyd  Us & Them (piano only)   Favoriting Dark Side of the Moon (Classic Albums)  1975        0:39:55 (MP3 | Pop-up)
U2  With or Without You   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987  WAV    * ***   0:44:01 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Jack Kornfield  Working with Distractions   Favoriting Meditation for Beginners - Disc 1  2001        0:44:39 (MP3 | Pop-up)
U2  With or Without You   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987  WAV  Brian Eno  ***   0:46:03 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Pink Floyd  Us & Them (piano only)   Favoriting Dark Side of the Moon (Classic Albums)  1975  MP3    ***   0:47:12 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Pink Floyd  Us & Them (piano only)   Favoriting Dark Side of the Moon (Classic Albums)  1975  MP3    ***   0:47:19 (MP3 | Pop-up)
 
The show's main spontaneous monologue: "A time for rebirth" (Listen to this set: MP3 | Pop-up)
Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois  With or Without You (U2)   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987        0:48:43 (MP3 | Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

How do you know what to accept in? Are you too aware and not aware enough? It's a time for rebirth.  

 

2013 

 

 

 

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Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois  With or Without You (U2)   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987        0:53:28 (MP3 | Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

Everything is burning up. We're falling down and we're growing up.  

 

2013 

 

 

 

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Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno  With or Without You (U2)   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987        0:55:03 (MP3 | Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
 

Everything that's going up is coming down  

 

 

 

 

 

0:55:45 (MP3 | Pop-up)
U2  With or Without You (Produced by Brian Eno & Daniel Lanois)   Favoriting The Joshua Tree  1987        1:02:55 (MP3 | Pop-up)
 
Toto  Rosanna   Favoriting Africa (disc 1)  2003  WAV    * ***   1:03:33 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Clive Wearing  Living Without Memory (Part 2a)   Favoriting Living Without Memory    MP3    * ***   1:05:15 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway  20   Favoriting Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway    MP3    * ***   1:05:26 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Michael Wex  Born to Kvetch   Favoriting Born to Kvetch: Yiddish Language and Culture in All of Its Moods  2006  MP3    * ***   1:06:38 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Malcolm X  I'm A Field Negro   Favoriting     MP3  He hated his master  * ***   1:09:09 (MP3 | Pop-up)
 
Glenn Harrold  Believe in Yourself   Favoriting Build Your Self Esteem  2003  MP3  I live life with courage and confidence.  * ***   1:13:35 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Philip Glass  Anthem (Part 3)   Favoriting Powaqqatsi  1988  WAV    * ***   1:14:26 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Philip Glass  Anthem (Part 3)   Favoriting Powaqqatsi  1988  WAV    ***   1:15:49 (MP3 | Pop-up)
John Parr  St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)   Favoriting   1984  WAV    * ***   1:17:26 (MP3 | Pop-up)
John Parr  St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)   Favoriting   1984  WAV    ***   1:17:46 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Devon Sproule  Out Of Your Way   Favoriting Magic Blend  2011  MP3    * ***   1:18:47 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Tanya duplicity sampling jamboree   Favoriting More Hanson, please: Freshmen Jamming III: Show #216, 8/27/1998  1998  MP3  "John, I think I have you outnumbered: there's about 7 of me and 1 of you."  * ***   1:19:59 (MP3 | Pop-up)
 
John Parr  St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)   Favoriting   1984        1:24:05 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Philip Glass  Anthem (Part 3)   Favoriting Powaqqatsi  1988        1:24:46 (MP3 | Pop-up)
John Parr  St. Elmo's Fire (Man In Motion)   Favoriting   1984        1:29:36 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Glenn Harrold  Believe in Yourself   Favoriting Build Your Self Esteem  2003    You find you attract other positive people toward you    1:35:47 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Diane Cluck  Love-Letter Launches (piano track)   Favoriting Song of the Week #8  2013  WAV    * ***   1:36:45 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Michael Wex  Born to Kvetch   Favoriting Born to Kvetch: Yiddish Language and Culture in All of Its Moods  2006    Yiddish tends to take a homeopathic approach to complaining.    1:37:46 (MP3 | Pop-up)
 
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Waiting to be the last to leave   Favoriting Waiting to be the last to leave: 4/18/13, show #454  2013  MP3  Samples & audio: http://lastever.org/show/130418  * ***   1:38:42 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  None of This is What I Intended   Favoriting None of This is What I Intended: 5/17/05, show #365  2005  WAV  Sometimes, out of nowhere, it's like this moment of clarity. Samples & audio: http://lastever.org/ken/extrav/audio/050517.shtml  * ***   1:39:10 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  In Freiburg, Germany   Favoriting 7/1/2009  2009  WAV    * ***   1:39:36 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  We Continue to Approach   Favoriting We Continue to Approach: 11/20/13, show #486  2013  MP3  Samples & audio: http://lastever.org/show/131120  * ***   1:43:20 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Welling Up (like a crab you could walk backward)   Favoriting Welling Up: 11/13/13, show #485  2013  MP3  Samples & audio: http://lastever.org/show/131113  * ***   1:47:53 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Sense of Ongoing Everness   Favoriting Sense of Ongoing Everness: 10/30/13, show #481  2013  MP3  (when it gets dark we'll go home) Samples & audio: http://lastever.org/show/131030  * ***   1:52:11 (MP3 | Pop-up)
possibilitywaves  Live phone call   Favoriting   2013        1:52:22 (MP3 | Pop-up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Beginnings come out of nowhere (Trust)   Favoriting Beginnings come out of nowhere: 8/21/13, show #468  2013  MP3  Samples & audio: http://lastever.org/show/130821  * ***   1:52:10 (MP3 | Pop-up)
 


Listener comments!

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Doug Schulkind:

Are you going to sing along, Kenzo?
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Timeshift Kenzo:

starting up and winding down
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

When Amanda shows up to accompany me.
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Timeshift Bliss:

There's a potential title.
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Bliss:

Potential Title: It's All Over
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Timeshift pacific standard simon:

Happy Xmas Eve, yo.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Ooh we lasted 5 minutes before the dietyday.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

we degenerate together
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yule regret that , pss...
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pacific standard simon:

Shenanigans.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

But I should've played Santana!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I'm reminded of the SouthPark where Glass played their school pageant & they all thot it was b.s. & sang crap carols instead...
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

RevoRabbit is my favorite favoriter.
Fill up glass?
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

all of the written ideas from last show were quite deep : ) thinking about the ever-repeating nature of everything and how to name creative realities.
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Bliss:

"or, will we assassinate our own citizens without trial?"
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

it is fun to think of a very clear and playfully open minded response to creativity and who is responsible as diane's words: ''do you like the hands that are tangled in your hair now... are they your own hands or are they somebody else's?" Also I realize now that the playlists are also possible scores for future musique concrete performers : ) :D
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possibilitywaves:

the ok/settling aspect about something that became recklessly and overintentionally theistic and plastic is that it can't not show...! and, also how the actual active existing healing energies of nature by these years have been understood to be as deeply purifying as the mysteries of ... mama ayahuasca and other earlier known surprising other dimensions of existence through similar lifeforms. (gratitude/awe/wordlessness/singing/everything) I do not know personally of this reality, but an amazing book is called the cosmic serpent.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

This bloopy electronic beat loop(s) underneath, I did it all up under a show in 2003 and the artist wrote me, so happy to hear the music without his vocals in the way.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Hello and snow and mow, Doug and Bliss, and Revolution Rabbit Nov1863, and Pacific Standard Simon, and possibilitywaves.
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Bliss:

Hi, Kenzo.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

And to timeshifters past: Mary Wing, Ike, and beeg, and other incarnations of Bliss, possibilitywaves, and the live newmixing fellow.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

And to timeshifters future: ____________
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

Yes: I love the idea of remembering that consciousness is "similar" to being a living planetarium (but much more supernatural) as a meditation that is difficult to forget.
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Mediumshift Jack Kornfield:

if it moved, I would bow to it
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possibilitywaves:

the nature of innovation shines in the art of your sound collage realities! innovation... of sound... i think 2014 is the year musicians/artists are going to figure out the non-currency related aspect of what is too heavy and distracting about music/art culture leading to inability to salve the copyright abrasions/cultural uncertainties. It just needs a good forum or a few as simple as the radiohead.com message board which i can't use personally as there are so many subcultures, but, i love the format's gentle simplicity!
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Mediumshift Jack Kornfield:

What do you do with judgment? Everyone has it. You sit there and you bow to it.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I hope everyone can figure out how to get food
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

many rivers flowing; natural and changing side scenery!
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Timeshift Kenzo:

sunlights are low
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

yes : ) this is my first time with a healthy and friendly winter tea of ghee, nutmeg, gingko, white and green tea leaves, tulsi, and kali : ) there is a lot left, it is maybe too thick to drink very fast : )
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possibilitywaves:

the comic strip transformation day i remember from childhood are a model for how art can and will save itself : ) a lot of artists switched places and rewrote and redrew other strips. oh.. : ) maybe you remember it too, i'm not sure. it will not be as simple as that, but, media has to be toppled. i feel that most modern media that actually would not mind seeing human art consciousness go through new jumps and surprising changes would welcome a partially fake take down of art review and pandering practices in favor of seeing how much art could help life overall.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

art would save us
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

You too can save us
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

art saves me
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

capitalism may save the earth from humanity
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possibilitywaves:

somehow in many mediums we continue to approach cyclical emancipation... artists can more and more see themselves as art, as nature allself. media art-culture is very "shy" about discussing the philosophical and mystical implications of art and instead making dry the bed of the florid nourishing lake.
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possibilitywaves:

many people have been photographing (although the camera receives its own light) their own senses of sight ...their own internal mental recreations of the environment placed before them as life.. but may not be knowing it.
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possibilitywaves:

post realization, life becomes extradimensionally present to us rather than mundanely normalized : it is easy to forget, like wearing something, but unknowingly, that has inspired a search, but it is easy to rediscover and feel life's inner expanse is so surprisingly completing!
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Timeshift Kenzo:

yours, mine
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Timeshift Bliss:

Henry Rollins said he just said yes to everything.
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pacific standard simon:

Deityday brunch involves sausage, egg, spinach, cheese and sourdough bread, all mixed together and baked in a pan.
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pacific standard simon:

It's a mash-up.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

food always welcome every day. it's something that happens.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

how do I search for your mashup??
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

file it under EGG
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Timeshift Mary Wing:

Psst, it's [...]! :-)
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Timeshift Kenzo:

if you want it
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pacific standard simon:

Strata.
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pacific standard simon:

And it's done!
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Timeshift Mary Wing:

Is the triple star (***) a new selection on the kenzoDB? I don't think I've seen it before.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

feel free to report on your later mash out
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- just played 'Linus & Lucy' on Irwin
...Charles Schultz said (paraphrase) his job was to write the same thing every day differently...
- Today's show makes me think of Artist Alex Grey:
alexgrey.com
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fred:

Hello Kenzo and listeners from the past, present and future.
I'm now opening the bottle of Yoichi my brother gave me. I don't care about food. Whisky, that's something else
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

fred has brought the space-time continuum to a speedy halt so we can drink the food
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Timeshift Kenzo:

I made it for you
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

Yes : ) :) I am happy to call in a bit!! i like the comments page for sharing without becoming too big a raft in the rivers : ) every time is special, tonight is again fully so!
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Thanks, Rabbit. Breathe the same thing every day.
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Timeshift Kenzo:

i understand
i standunder
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

powerpop
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

powerpoop
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fred:

I'm personally grateful for the absence of seasonal music in this show. It tends to make me feel tied to a time, this show severs these knots
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

YES. Silence/absence/alternatives/space/reality
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possibilitywaves:

a few of our favorite completings : )
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Timeshift Ike:

Have I wr[...] all the g[...]? Oh Glob, are those all the g[...]? WHY DON'T I have MORE G[...] to g[...]?! Is that enough?
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Timeshift Kenzo:

Here is you, present.
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fred:

Everything is special
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

cheatsheet
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Personshift fred via Mary Wing:

from now on, oh yes.
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Timeshift Kenzo:

i named them for you
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Philip Glass might be offended at how much dynamic flattening I had to do on these pieces today.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I'm sure he wouldn't mind being paired with the 80's pop theme
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Timeshift Kenzo:

this show is about sex, movies, dying, flying
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Chris from DC:

Christmas is a time for dynamic flattening.
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fred:

See, I can't even cheat right, I posted too early.
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Kenzoshift fred:

See, I can't even cheat right, I posted too late.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

In fact since Man in Motion was so popular 4 years before Glass' piece, maybe it was an influence on him.
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fred:

Dynamic flattening sounds different after a mention of flying and dying
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Chris, you're looking rather flat.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

My main influences are Night Ranger, U2, Jimmy Carter, Brian Eno, and Malcolm X.
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Chris from DC:

Ah, but I'm dynamically flat.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I enjoy reading about food, smelling hypnosis tapes, counting up to 8, and looking inward.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

My turn-ons include breakfast, flatness, typecasting, typesetting, and Malcolm X.
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Timeshift beeg:

night waves, beeg ones
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Timeshift Kenzo:

it was lovely, all love, love
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Timeshift Mary Wing:

What, we don't get to hear him count to 10? I want to wake up refreshed and full of optimism.
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fred:

Kenzo, maybe you inspired the time-stretchable one to announce his retirement
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Timeshift Kenzo:

tune in next week, for...
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Who, Malcolm X?
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

coming up next on making contact
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Timeshift Kenzo:

i miss making contact
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:42pm
Rich in Washington:

Happy Stuffmas, Kenzo!
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

A stitch, Rich
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Bliss:

It's funny how old I thought i was in 1994.
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fred:

I was referring to Bieber, who I've never heard at normal speed.
Time-stretching Malcolm X? I never tried that, I actually use Allen Ginsberg to test that
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Bliss:

I am a Haim fan.
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

Yes I also do! : ( The good thing is according to the idea of "orthogonal time" expressed by philip kindred, time that has happened remains somehow, the same as a record has existing groove ahead and behind the needle : ) you may already know of this, you may like pkd much more than me, i so far only know exegesis
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

a few of our favorite completings
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I didn't think of a name
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fred:

I hadn't thought of Philip K Dick in relation to a phase vocoder. Interesting idea, might work better than the modal logic I've been trying lately (that's a pretty low bar)
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Ooh, the Bill Cosby sample, the first ever
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

The Cosby record started skipping in 1995 and I knew what I had to do from then on.
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Timeshift Kenzo:

too dense
to dance
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Timeshift Bliss:

Thanks.
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fred:

Too dense to dance? Is that a side-effect of being dynamically flattened?
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Timeshift Ike:

I'm still listening on the FMU side but not for much longer.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Fred: In a sense! There's only so much stuff I can stuff in. And the phone channel isn't very configurable.
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Timeshift Kenzo:

Well, thank you thank you. It was enjoyable within and without you. Next Wednesday's 2-4pm will be live on the 2-4pm.
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Timeshift Ike:

I made some no-butter pistachio chocolate chip cookies earlier, Mary. Sadly I don't think they'll fit through the DSL line.
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Timeshift Kenzo:

we all speak different languages
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Timeshift possibilitywaves:

searching in our conscious ecosystems of our own languages : ) :)
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Thanks everyone! fred and Chris and Bliss and possibility and Rich and pssimon and rabbitrev and yesterday's commenters and next week's callers and beeg and all the quiet listeners and makers.
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fred:

Thanks Kenzo!
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

hmph, the GTDR auto-fader stepped on some of my silence!
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Doug Schulkind:

Kenzo, I think you've put even more vaganza than usual into today's programme.
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

That sounds erotic and I'll accept it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:01pm
fred:

Beware of Doug, as was pointed out on D:O this week
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Joe Frank's "God" on WFMU's main stream for the next 25 minutes.
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fred:

...on a record called Time Travel to boot
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

lasting to leave
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Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

The downloadable 100-minute edit is here: lastever.org...
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