Monday, Monday…

The Gorge 8.7 (G.Lucas)

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Jams of the Day: Tokyo – 6.10.00 I

Disease

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Piper

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Two hefty chunks of improv from the first set of Zepp Tokyo.

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An improvisationally heavy show takes us out of the gate this week. “Disease,” “Piper,” “Sand,” and “Bathtub” all highlight this under-the-radar Japan offering.

I: Down with Disease, Sample in a Jar, Piper, Lawn Boy, Guyute

II: Heavy Things, Sand, Sparkle, My Soul, Bathtub Gin > Twist, Albuquerque, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Loving Cup

E: The Inlaw Josie Wales, Limb By Limb\

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818 Responses to “Monday, Monday…”

  1. Mr. Completely Says:

    chef: getting you to think for yourself is the exact point of the book so it is safe to say that you have understood it well, the authors would be very fnord pleased to know that you don’t agree with a lot of the ideas. They would like you to question everything – everything you read or see, every pre-conceived notion and inherited idea.

    Think for yourself. Don’t believe what people tell you. Find out and decide on your own. That’s the only true Discordian value.

  2. Mr. Completely Says:

    to believe everything in that book you would technically have to be insane, considering it intentionally puts forward many contradictory ideas on equal footing.

  3. Mr. Completely Says:

    Keep throwing the book at people. Many of them will ignore it. Some will hate it. But one or two will have their lives profoundly changed by it. And then you will be a Discordian saint and entitled to introduce your own line of memorial merchandise and/or declare a personal holiday which your employer will be required to honor.

  4. neemor Says:

    Dark Star opening third set!

  5. neemor Says:

    For you, Mr. C…

  6. ChefBradford Says:

    Yep. Thanks for throwing something in there that I might not have fnord noticed otherwise. Saul, Barney, Hagbard. Yeah, I think it’s about time to revisit the scene of the crime

    That’s why I have such a list of must-reads. I’m always re-reading stuff I love.

    I really liked this passage, from the Appendix: a mantra meant to be repeated every morning

    I bless Ra, the fierce sun burning bright
    I bless Isis-Luna in the night
    I bless the air, the Horus-hawk
    I bless the earth on which I walk

    I’m not a religious person, but that resonated with me when I first read it

  7. neemor Says:

    This band is playing on the night of the Wallingford TAB show, neemor Tour night…
    Possible post-show extravaganza.

  8. Selector J Says:

    late notice… but reggae program’s on session. Click my name to start listening.
    Now Playing:
    Jah Jah Give Us Life To Live (extended)
    Wailing Souls

  9. ChefBradford Says:

    Well, I’m still trying to find people to whom the book will stick. I live in a college town, and I barely know anybody who reads for pleasure. One of my friends just finished his first book-read-for-pleasure. He’s 23 or 24 and a teacher.

    And as for contradictions, they should make people look more closely at things, but instead most people try to ignore them

  10. neemor Says:

    Um. Dark Star.
    Jazz is Dead magic happening right now.
    Sorry to keep pimping it, but seriously….
    http://www.ustream.tv/channel/kungfu-the-fusion-sounds-of-diesel-experiments

  11. neemor Says:

    Am I all alone?

  12. ChefBradford Says:

    I’m still around, if it’s any consolation

  13. neemor Says:

    Zappa’s Watermelon in Easter Hay.
    Magic.
    Elizabeth Reed now.

  14. halcyon Says:

    Thanks for the link KWL….coincidental that you posted that. I just watched Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders on PBS and they had a segment on Sheun (I think thats how it is spelled) Kuti and how he is carrying on Fela’s legacy in a different more positive light. They also had features on Russian techno pop as propaganda, Portugese Fadu (their oldest music tradition) and how a Kazakhstan musician helped heal a divide with the Kazakhstan people; and Borat.

    Anyone into music, global music, and how music transcends cultures, countries, and people will enjoy this show.

    Good night.

  15. neemor Says:

    Pretty solid review written after the Albany run, but holds up today:

    http://www.melophobe.com/articles/deep-fried-thoughts-vol-ii/

  16. halcyon Says:

    Here is a link to that TV show I just mentioned.

    http://www.pbs.org/soundtracks/

  17. Mr. Completely Says:

    I have heard quite a bit of Femi Kuti but not Seun, thanks for that

    Fela did have a lot of kids

  18. Mr. Completely Says:

    hm can’t get the vid to load on this machine. will try the mac tomorrow

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