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Re: New Chinapainting release - Night Blooming Cereus

Kevin thank you.  Interesting re the Koto though not on this record I'm playing a lot of oud right now and using it on our current live shows and in all prob it will figure into our future recording work.
Anyhow Kevin thank  you for all your thoughts and taking time to listen to our NBC.  It's so bizarre to me how the plant figured in to all this but speaks volumes about our balance between chinapainting living on-line through the Net and live when we can arrange getting together.
how goes Mr Thermin?

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 9:28 AM, <kkissinger@kevinkissinger.com> wrote:
I'm just here at the office enjoying your tracks.

Very nice!  The music reminds me of Japanese Koto music -- that is, the tonality and the meditative aspect of the music brings the Koto music to mind.

The title "Night Blooming Cereus" seems a great fit for the music.

-- Kevin

Quoting Daryl Shawn <highhorse@mhorse.com>:

It's on the whole more meditative and quiet than our live shows have
been, for whatever reason. Personally, I love it and consider it one of
the best recordings I've been a part of. Samples and stuff here (it'll
be on iTunes and eMusic in a few weeks):


Daryl Shawn

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