I agree with that statement a lot... but it also depends on context. I find that if I'm the background music at an art opening, bring it on. Nice ambient mush is often what the doctor ordered (though I like Fripp's Let The Power Fall era stuff a LOT more than his current mush) I also love to hear it performed at such events. However, when you have a group of people all focused on what you're doing, it's really not great music to watch performed. Mark --- Todd Pafford <email@example.com> wrote: > Ultimately, though, in this case I think Gary's > opinion and mine would > largely coincide. The "polychordal mush" that he describes is the > sort of thing that I can at times enjoy creating, but I rarely seek it > out to listen to.