Classical music for you

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Classical music for you

Post by jpx » Tue Jul 13, 2010 12:49 pm

In real life, I create playlists for classical musical radio stations, and if you like, I can make you a CD or a few CDs of organic music for the soundtrack for your 2010 burn. Just ask.

You can ask for almost anything. Be as specific or as general as you like. For example, you could ask for:

- Music for the drive out or the drive back.
- Music to listen to while you pack.
- Music by a particular composer.
- Music for any particular instrument.
- Music in a particular key, or a particular colour or flavour.
- Blaringly loud music for an art car.
- Quiet music for headphones on the playa.
- Fanfares. Dances. Airs. Laments.

Or, get a CD of the "Chef's Mess." If you know you want some organic music, but don't know exactly what you want, perhaps I can pleasantly surprise you. Just give me some pointers.

Well this is my gift to you. As I get older, I am afraid that people may forget that music comes from breath.... just like people think that food comes from the supermarket. No, food comes from the ground, and music doesn't come from speakers -- it comes from people. And a melody gets its shape from the musicians breath. So I am happy to be a throwback here.

Send me a PM and ask me for organic music. Tell me a bit of what you are looking for. I will send a package to you with regards from Montreal, with hopes that it may it brighten your burn.


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Post by LeChatNoir » Tue Jul 13, 2010 6:49 pm

What a wonderful idea for a gift!!
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Post by Clar-i-ty » Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:34 am

Perfect for Sunday Morning!

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Post by oscillator » Fri Jul 16, 2010 4:24 pm


There was camp that was blowing away in the Friday 2007 storm, I stopped to help, they were playing Beethoven's 5th Symph full blast, all like, "bring it".

Then the double-rainbow. I think LvB would have totally dug that.


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Post by Homiesinheaven » Fri Jul 16, 2010 4:39 pm

oh shit yeah! i would love some Chopin nocturne type stuff. ya know, sleepy, meditative, relaxing music. i can return the favor with any of these:

-reggae (old awesome stuff)
-old latin music (boleros, acoustic serenade music)
-early morning car jamz (smooth rock and instrumentals)
-rap music from the future (progressive/electronic hip hop)
-languis (melodic and pretty sounding electronic music)
-20 songs by nick drake (ya know?)
-after party jamz (r&b and slow hip hop)
-winter songs (sad and slow)

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Post by jpx » Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:13 am

Homiesinheaven wrote:oh shit yeah! i would love some Chopin nocturne type stuff. ya know, sleepy, meditative, relaxing music.

soft piano music it is. i think i know the track i will use to open the disc.

give me a few days to put this together. please PM me your mailing address and when it is done, i will package the CD up and put it into the mail for you.

reggae's cool : )


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Post by Ugly Dougly » Wed Jul 21, 2010 9:51 am

Yo, I be down with some DeBussy jams this morning. ;)

Thank you!

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Post by gaminwench » Wed Jul 21, 2010 11:14 am

Eagerly awaiting my custom CD in the mail! Thank You!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Risky » Wed Jul 21, 2010 12:09 pm

Thank you! See you in the dust.


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