perfect melodies

thirdform

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perfectly integrated kanun solo, no erratic jerking like so many british and American rockers. it flares, just at the end when it needs to.

 

thirdform

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we're talking about fully formed things here. nothing out of place. that whole tune works on being out of place.
 
It’s one of the best acid lines I’ve heard in years. It’s playful and satisfying, complete, whole. Which is difficult to achieve with acid. I love it.
 

thirdform

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here it is Jean Carn's voice which carries the melody. But what a superlative attuned voice it is, Mariah could not do this, as much as I like her.

 

thirdform

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Another Jean Carn corker. exact technique, time perfect intonation, breaths, pauses, no superfluous melisma, just total and utter control, ruthless discipline.
 

thirdform

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It’s one of the best acid lines I’ve heard in years. It’s playful and satisfying, complete, whole. Which is difficult to achieve with acid. I love it.

I disagree. It's a parody of the real purpose of acid. There's no subconscious body coercion, a total foresaking of what made acid the most significant innovation after the delta blues. Not to say that invalidates it, but it's totally parodic. even Woops can acknowledge that
 
I disagree. It's a parody of the real purpose of acid. There's no subconscious body coercion, a total foresaking of what made acid the most significant innovation after the delta blues. Not to say that invalidates it, but it's totally parodic. even Woops can acknowledge that
Yeah I think I know what you mean. It doesn’t sound like it’s sequenced on a 303, at least jot solely

tell us what you’re looking for third is it an economy of melody, expedience and purity. You wouldn’t use concepts like catchy or earworm
Cos youre above that
 

thirdform

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Yeah I think I know what you mean. It doesn’t sound like it’s sequenced on a 303, at least jot solely

tell us what you’re looking for third is it an economy of melody, expedience and purity. You wouldn’t use concepts like catchy or earworm
Cos youre above that

A lot of purely rhythmic music can be catchy. Being above it has got nothing to do with it. EG Joey Beltram. Very catchy, superb dissonance, orgasmic occult powers, but not melodic. cyclic repetition rather than ascent and descent.
 

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the real power of dance music is its got no climax and no resolution, no return. It's pure orbitals in motion. In this sense it's all trance, and why trance the genre in some senses can said to be the death of dance music, because drug triggers were consciously produced rather than being encoded into the limitations of tech/social mixing etc.
 
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