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2011_0219 : Dirty Guitar Jam
2008_0916 : Trubblestep

2008_0914 : Wombast

It’s a brisk but short walk to the local perk shop for a mocha latte, when you know you’re about to turn back and finish up a jaunty, whirly-swirly little piece of tripnotica like this one soon as you get back… All produced in the span of an afternoon to illustrate the coffeehouse clientele for […]

2008_0909 : Hindleybrady

…My father told me to watch closely. A woman on the sec­ond floor walked out onto her bal­cony and Father pushed a but­ton and she was sud­denly squashed onto her rail­ing, slumped over, trapped by this enor­mous black thing. It was a device attached to the build­ing on the third floor, and resem­bled a 10-foot […]

1994_0612 : Musical Anamorphosis No. 1 (in Am)

(1991) Composer : Eric Scott This piece was derived from my work “Parc de Sceaux” (which appears on day 031 “50 Minutes From Paris”). Arranged here for six pianos, the piece was also lengthened from the original 2:30 to a record 20:30 (scaling the tempo down to approximately 8 beats per minute). “Musical Anamorphosis” refers […]

1993_0818 : Un Moment, S.V.P.

I’ve always heard a high tenor voice singing a melodic lead over the top of this (perhaps in the style that Belgian composer Wim Mertens does so well)… It’s always crossed (a bit too dangerously) into Supertramp-kind of territory, with the easy transitions between major and minor 7ths in a few of the chord changes. […]

1992_1207 : Trocadèro No. 2

“Trocadero” (1 & 2) are a little bit of me, where Erik Satie and Vini Reilly (Durutti Column) might intersect. I recall composing this as a bedroom-musician and it was all about the loss of love at a time when something big was about to happen and something else big had just recently happened. It […]

1992_1207 : Trocadèro No. 1

“Trocadero” (1 & 2) are a little bit of me, where Erik Satie and Vini Reilly (Durutti Column) might intersect. I recall composing this as a bedroom-musician and it was all about the loss of love at a time when something big was about to happen and something else big had just recently happened. It […]

1992_1024 : Detained (in Dm, 8 bpm Mix)

(1988) Composer : Eric Scott A radically slowed-down version of the track (Detained) which appeared on my first release (“3 Mains”, Day 001), and in which the concept of pedal sustain and delay is explored by multiple pianos over the course of 16 minutes, instead of 3. The work was inspired, in equal parts, by […]

1991_0323 : M.L.B.W.

With its crying piano, this was to be a Singing-Fish type of instrumental; the wacky side to the album that would differentiate it from the “new age” market which I despised so much. m.l.b.w. stands for “my little Belgian wolf,” and has been the cause of much futile guessing on the part of my listeners. […]