Some may remember him from Shaft (theme song), others from Escape from New York or other films, or from him musical career. Or Chef from South Park. He'll be sadly missed either way! Rest in Peace Isaac!
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For the record, I also love ghost stories and scary music, but I HATE roller coasters!
Come on, take the PLUNGE on the roller coaster!
Last time I was on a coaster was at Cedar Point, many years ago. There was a dark tunnel you go through, while a camera snaps rapid-fire photos of the people in the cars, which are then displayed at the entrance of the ride. My face in the photo was so twisted with horror and agony, that people in the crowd were actually pointing it out and laughing!
I'm a real roller coaster wimp!
grabbing it from rapidshare. Thanks for making it available for free!
You're welcome, enjoy!
Hmm, maybe this thread would be better in the listening booth subforum.
I was about to say the same thing, Jonathan. The iPhone has more in common with a laptop computer, than with a cell phone.
It won't be too far in the future that people have a small device that they carry around with them that acts as a voice phone, video chat, mp3 player, personal organizer, web browser and ecommerce device all in one. The idea that "a phone is just a phone" is a backward-looking view, and the iPhone is a forward-looking device.
i have been doing some ebay shopping this weekend and have some cool stuff coming my way:
1. a "traditional brass 7" chinese gong"
2. a blue lagoon didgeridoo
3. a fire sketch beeswax-bamboo didg
4. an 11x7 djembe
5. a monkey talking drum
6. a sioux native American flute
i am waiting on bids on a quartz crystal bowl, a frame drum and another talking drum. i am psyched for this stuff to get here!
(does anyone have any recommendations on the 'learn to play the didg' cd's or dvd'd?)
What most people call "dark ambient" now, didn't really exist when I got into ambient music. When people talked about "dark ambient" 10 years ago or so, they meant ambient music that was darker, deeper, and slower... stuff like Lustmord, Thomas Koner, or Trances/Drones. More like what I'd now refer to as "night ambient," not meant to be spooky, just sedate and subdued. By this definition, stuff like Oophoi or Vidna Obmana or even my own work might be considered "dark ambient."
Then a bunch of black metal crossover artists sort of took the words "dark ambient" and it became sort of industrial-ish, abrasive ambient with overtly "spooky" or aggro elements.