Re: What's in my CD player, and what it's doing to my head
- Subject: Re: What's in my CD player, and what it's doing to my head
- From: Linda Delong <delongj@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 09:50:28 -0700
Winslow Yerxa wrote:
> Little Walter and Rice Miller and DeFord Bailey and Leo Diamond and
> Toots and Tommy Reilly are not shunned or cast into outer darkness -
> they play a part in all this. But I get to take them home and show them
> around the horse barn in the Canadian Rockies where I first heard a
> live electric country band at the age of five, or the party shack in
> the woods up the road apiece where my cousins and sister and I used to
> play and dance with Cree and Dené guitarists and singers and the
> occasional fiddler by keresone lamplight. They get to hear the diesel
> locomotives throbbing mightily as they pull two miles of freight cars
> across Castle Mountain junction in the darkness, and hear the music of
> creeks and waterfalls, watch the mountain summer light as it falls on
> the milky turquoise glacial silt in the Bow River and glints off the
> mountain shales, and taste the tiny but pungent mountain strawberries
> and the elusive, whisper-like nectar of paintbrush flowers.
> I'm starting to record some of the music that's coming out of this, and
> may start sharing some of it with people outside my house at some
> point. Maybe some of this can eventually start coming out of someone
> else's CD player.
If your harmonica playing is as eloquent as your words,
the recording will be a masterpiece. Sincerely,
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