The Train Book / Drama Series
- We are going to E....got there;
- One of the problems is to find a starting wallaby & maintaining presence of mind on the trip.
- nothing will be the same! (Pun on BofNK ~ 25:33-36)
- many breaks in the train ride - T came home, dinner prep, etc.
- the train
Based on a rhythm pattern originated by Nigerian artist Babatunde Olatunji, Jingo is a chant-like piece. Although ostensibly a vocal song, it has only three syllables that are repeated throughout: Jin-Go-Ba. (They are "nonsense" syllables, with no meaning in either English or Spanish.)
Going two better than the proverbially simple "three chord song," Jingo is a one chord song. What's more, the bass line repeats the same hook -- throughout the entire piece! What makes Jingo so enticing, therefore, is not harmonically complex chord changes, interesting vocal melodies, or meaningful lyrics. It is the dynamic arrangement and fiery playing of a remarkable band, along with the melodic genius of a young Carlos Santana.(cf article)
Set to 25:33 (E) BofNK
- That weird Gray area where something & nothing meet
- if I have a thought & then lose it without a trace was all that nothing?
- Can a robot grok the meaning of the word IS ?
- IS IS!
- but Is IS IS ? presupposes existence, doesn't it?
- Apparently there are some words that apply to nothing:
we tend to end up with a lot of digital voice recorders that were either returned or are outherwise being evaluated ... let me know if you want me to look for one for you.
but your kindle may well have the ability to record and upload ... in fact, if it is a kindle fire, i'm pretty sure that it does. i know i can do that with iPod mini.
I prefer the word synergy to that of serendipity in S3.0 with Common Logic face upon it.