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Master Plan

by Rick Stahl and the Computations

Getting down to the real Nitty Gritty, a salute to Detroit's culture of music, a little advice about Life, Slow dancin' with my lady and just good fun.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. The Nitty Gritty
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2. Detroit (The Greatest Rockin' City in the World)
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3. Open Road
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4. Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying
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5. Working in the Coal Mine
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6. Lay Lady Lay
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7. Waiting in Vain
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8. One More Dance
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9. You Didn't Have to Be so Nice
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How to create a plausible Euphonious Resonance from materials assembled and sewn together, then charged with an invisible computational energy, bringing movement and a pulse to un-living binary tissue?
That was all that he focused on, there alone, in the studio laboratory of that old castle, high in the foothills.
His relentless quest to sculpt his creations from seemingly lifeless ones and zeros was the pursuit of what some described as bordering on the insane.
By the few to whom he rarely spoke, he was heard to mention his mysterious project as his Master Plan.
That he would one day find the key to unlocking the secret of how - through science - human beings could get down to something he would only ever refer to as the real Nitty Gritty.
Were these the ravings of a madman?
Perhaps, but what if somehow there was an abstract rationale behind his experiments to animate bits and bites?
What if he was getting close to accomplishing something incomprehensible to the normal mind?
Or... what if he succeeded?
What if, by all that is deemed high, what if he was right?

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