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RE: silent

Title: RE: silent

>>I used to own a Johnny Winter record (the good old days of vinyl),
can't remember the name, which consisted of three sides of a double
album. The fourth side was blank. Does this count?<<

whatever was on that fourth side, it was a cover of an earlier recording by jimi hendrix, which occupied the entire fourth side of the BBC sessions that came out on transparent vinyl back in the 80s. again, this track is missing from the cd re-release, supporting my theory that cd's just aren't any good at quiet passages. ;-)

true silence is quite difficult to achieve these days, and is quite an experience (npi) in it's own right, which is what cage was getting at, partly. you'll need some of those bose headphones to get the best out of such a recording....



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