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May 24, 2007

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bartelby

I've got no computer speakers here at work but I can't wait to get home and lose myself amid the Sargasso Sea that is Shemp.

Joe

If William Basinski ever loses it completely, "Sleep" is what his records will sound like.

michael c

The fact that Mr. Spazz (and his Shemp tapes) never were chosen as the greatest example of "sound art" in a Whitney Biennial is a crushing indictment of the art world.

Listener #109577

Shemp tapes are what you would get if Terry Riley mated with Kurt Schwitters -- are you listening, Kenny G?!!

Jim

Shemp's shorts were occasionally surreal; I recall the one with some demonic bat, when in close-up, turned out to have Shemp's face (scarier than expected!). Shemp was also in Hellzapoppin', a film you should feature here. He also served up absinthe to W.C. Fields in The Bank Dick, and of course Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi followers know all about their intrigue with the Three Stooges...

jtm

Many thanks. Now I can hee bee bee bee bee all night long.

mister caz

whoa.
thanks a lot.
I can't wait to hear it.
Philip Glass style would be nice also.

Dave the Locust

Boruch Ha SHEMP!

Adam Eleven

"Sleep" sounds like a bizarre & much better interpretation of Steve Reich's Pendulum Music, recorded while operating a nuclear plant close to a fatal melt-down. Sensationally soothing effect - should replace your stack of Raymond Scott records that you used to play to your little-ones in the midnight hour. Congratulations!

Adam Eleven

Music as it should be.

Adam Eleven

"Sleep" sounds like a bizarre & much better interpretation of Steve Reich's Pendulum Music, recorded while operating a nuclear plant close to a fatal melt-down. Sensationally soothing effect - should replace your stack of Raymond Scott records that you used to play to your little-ones in the midnight hour. Congratulations!

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