FW: [kj] wot ya listening to
jerrybutson at dtsonline.co.uk
Wed Mar 23 13:18:23 EST 2005
Peter, you would be feeling melancholy after listening to Kind of Blue.
I have to consciously avoid melancholy music depending on what mood I'm
in, I know that sometimes it will send me right over if I'm not careful.
Would you say that Miles in his Kinda Blue/Sketches of Spain era is a
direct influence on Angelo Badalamenti's music for David Lynch?
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Sent: 23 March 2005 17:53
To: A list about all things Killing Joke (the band!)
Subject: Re: [kj] wot ya listening to
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue (feeling a bit melancholy at the moment, not
really sure why)
Amber Asylum - The Natural Philosophy of Love (not far away from Dead
Dance in a way, but theres something more sinister in its beauty. I
Kris Force used to be in Swans ?)
Extremeties, Dirt & various etc etc. Not played this for a while - for
the melancholy kicks in too hard, as it sometimes does.
Roy Harper - bootleg. Just noticed he gets a credit on the sleeve of the
above. I know his son Nick is a big KJ fan.
The Damned - expanded Machine Gun Etiquette cd.
Tom Waits - Real Gone. Officially now my favourite Tom Waits album.
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