> Clint wrote referring to an Eno remix: > "Ha! This whole time I've had that and never realized it was a slowed > remix." Hah, well try this one: "Tzima N'Arki" from Eno-Cluster's "After the Heat"... First off, if anyone's figured this one out already my sort-of-apologies in advance. My alibi: I didn't start listening to MP3s - or sampling/recording my CDs - until I was half-way round the world from my CD collection, and then interested in listening to said music on my home network (and, shock-horror! a Sony-Ericsson phone that plays mp3s)... I found the track on one of a number of driving cassettes that I'd put together in the mid-90s, and accidentally packed for the move to the UK in 2000. Having sung along with the backwards lyrics on "Tzima N'Arki" for some time I finally sucked it into Cool Edit and reversed it. Go ahead, the words are interesting at least, as well as a good example of the Domed One reusing his own material in innovative ways. Stephen Goodman * http://www.vimeo.com/spgoodman http://www.last.fm/music/Stephen+Goodman PS: Ten years ago this week I threw my version of The Star Spangled Banner up on the Internet in commemoration of Jimi's version at that well-known over-attended music festival in 1969. I decided this week that I'd work on video to accompany it, and wondered about taking suggestions of public-domain footage I might use (my call as to which, of course). Any suggestions?