Yeah. I think it’s time for me to go to bed. My brain is way past caring about accuracies such as life and death–recordings that keep coming out post-humously don’t help.
Yeah, Bill Laswell, the Axiom dude. Although, I may be wrong about that too.
Anyway, I love No Bones. The "counterpoint" between the guitar and bass is exquisit (please don’t knock me for using the term "counterpoint") and then, it floats off on a plane… Love that.
Yeah there`s tons of Sun Ra reissues over the years.He recorded alot.
Bill Laswell was the Axiom guy correct
I love the part in the middle of No Bones where J`s guitar distortion washes over you like a wave
I’ve always realy loved the intro to Tarpit. The guitar starting with the hi hat and another guitar coming in followed by Murph’s booming drums. It always seemed like a perfect way to kick of a show to me.