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Arbeit Macht Frei / side a [Jan. 23rd, 2005|11:36 pm]
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Arbeit Macht Frei / side a

01. The Empire Never Ended 34 minutes, 48mb
02. July 4, 1996 9 minutes, 13mb
03. Salience 1 minute, 2mb
04. The Copenhagen Interpretation 8 minutes, 11mb
05. This Was A Mistake 5 minutes, 8mb


Songs finished this week and illustration finished just now, before I posted this. I figure this is good music to draw to (that's what I've been using it for, anyway).

As soon as I get some time I will build a web page for this collection with more information on it (including booklet and tray insert art). For now, please try to enjoy the songs.

There will be a 'side b' -- eventually.

this work is released to the public domain


From: sparkligbeatnic
2005-01-24 07:57 am (UTC)


Atmospheric, dark. Naturally I listened to the Copenhagen Interpretation first, oddly it seems to be the same as the remix you made of my Joya-no-kane recording.

[User Picture]From: stanleylieber
2005-01-24 08:05 am (UTC)


It is precisely the same file -- containing elements of your Joya-no-kane recording, elements of sound transmitted from the Titan probe, and some other stuff -- simply renamed. For some reason I figured the revised title was appropriate. :)

I have been working on this collection for a while, the last two pieces ('July 4, 1996' and 'Salience') were only just finalized over the weekend.

[User Picture]From: stanleylieber
2005-01-24 08:06 am (UTC)


'July 4, 1996' is a post-edit of an original recording made on... July 4, 1996.
From: (Anonymous)
2005-01-25 06:40 am (UTC)


your use of the sign that jews encountered when they entered auschwitz is really, really inappropriate and offensive.
[User Picture]From: stanleylieber
2005-01-25 06:46 am (UTC)


That drawing is not of Auschwitz, but I apologize if you were offended.
[User Picture]From: landruc
2005-01-26 03:56 am (UTC)


Your comment seems to indicate knowledge of the purpose for which the phrase was used, or the intention behind that use. What do you believe that purpose or intention was? Or do you believe that said phrase must never be used? Such would be problematic, because memory of the Nazis' crimes would dissappear. Or is it your opinion that art must always be positive?
[User Picture]From: bluecalico
2005-01-25 09:37 am (UTC)

re: naysayers


I guess context is a myth.