Christian Asplund | The Laycock Duos

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The Laycock Duos

by Christian Asplund

Transcendent music from some of the finest and most influential free improvisers of our time.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Secret Substances (feat. John Butcher)
20:25 $1.00
2. The Secret Colors (feat. Bill Smith & Steve Ricks)
5:19 $1.00
3. The Secret Soundings (feat. Malcolm Goldstein)
10:25 $1.00
4. The Secret Voices (feat. Stuart Dempster)
11:41 $1.00
5. The Secret Energies (feat. Ladonna Smith)
11:46 $1.00
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Album Notes
Comprehending sounds as places. Inhabited, knowing places, radiating particles. These places are actually expansive, intricate mechanisms, revealed as knowing organic beings. The rapid passings of living sonic environments unfolding at the breakneck pace of evolution.

And this is all happening in a desert, where there is always much hidden knowing, which itself is an ancient lifeform, continually being uncovered yet remaining undefinable.

Evolutionary quanta, disrobed in the invisible garments of waves, sound waves in which the living particles emit as they pass by us, showing themselves at last.

Meanwhile, considering the micro-immensity of this encrypted locus, it’s important to remember that even as these knowings are being confided to us, they quite possibly are not what they appear to be.

Furthermore, these places always know more than their inhabitants. Even though they are instantaneous, they have in fact been here much longer than us.
--Davey Williams



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