Well, helllooo, Fractureblogfolk.
Thanks to Linden for riding herd on this blogproject, and to Beta for establishing it. And Fracture, of course. . . I look forward to much musical postmayhem, and deep thoughts, and many bacon references.
For now, I'll follow Sen's lead and post my playlist for today. I did a tour of covers of classical musics, covering a lot of the past century. I started with Clara Rockmore on theremin, moved through a swing and klezmer Nutcracker trio of tunes, then hit surf, funk, psychedelic rock, punk, metal, goth/industrial, new wave, dance mash, glitch, and ended with a lovely track from the Tettix Rites of Spring.
Clara Rockmore--Saint Saens: The Swan
Duke Ellington--Sugar Rum Cherry
David Berger & The Sultans of Swing--Danse of the Floreadores
Shirim--Dance of the Latkes Queens
Takeshi Terauchi & The Bunnies--Hungarian Dance No. 5
Walter Murphy--A Fifth of Beethoven
White Lightning--William Tell Overture
Electric Light Orchestra--In the Hall of the Mountain King
The Adicts--Ode to Joy
The Art of Noise--Rapt: In the Evening Air
Macolm McLaren & The Bootzilla Orchestra--House of the Blue Danube
A plus D--Beethoven's Fifth Gold Digger
Ari Inkilainen--Satie's World Gymnopedie
Twas a lovely Fracture event, with sets by Pink, Beta, and Foley, each one delicious.
Come listen inworld next time! http://slurl.com/secondlife/Ars%20Lunga/125/175/151