March 11, 2003
Like a SETI Transmission But Not One of Ours

Only posting this on the long shot that I am not the last one to hear about the Langley Schools Music Project. I can't find words for this music except that it appears from the edges (canada) and the past (1977) and that it kind of hovers there even as you hold it in your hand. In your head.

The sixty voice chorus of children, working really hard to get it, to bring David Bowie from the inside out, the Beach Boys, the Eagles. And you can recognize them, the tunes, they are in there, like the image in a Ted Serios photograph, undeniably accurate and yet blurred out and burnt up. Or to be clear: accurate precisely for those same reasons.

Posted by kevin slavin at March 11, 2003 05:23 PM
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sorry, charlie, you were the last to hear about it.

now let me tell you about the white stripes.

Posted by: dbrown on March 11, 2003 06:50 PM

Yes, I thought I might be. But still. Now I'll remember it.

Posted by: Kevin Slavin on March 12, 2003 01:19 AM

Actually I hate to say it, but you already knew about this once and forgot it.

Posted by: Kio on March 12, 2003 10:03 AM

Right, that's why I'm always the last to know, Because it's always new. But it's always an interesting world, like that.

Posted by: Kevin Slavin on March 12, 2003 10:24 AM

Seems like we're heading back to the memory/hard drive thread...

Or Memento.

Posted by: tmonkey on March 12, 2003 03:07 PM

What's Memento?

Posted by: Kevin Slavin on March 12, 2003 04:34 PM

Who's Kevin?

Posted by: dbrown on March 12, 2003 04:52 PM
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