John Dwight, 60, hombre, Estados Unidos
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  • sweetremus

    Hello John! I was a friend in the past (same username: sweetremus); but dropped membership. I'm back. Still jazz heavy and buying vinyl of all genres! You're a New Yorker. I have a question? Can you give me any personal knowledge (maybe experience) on some No Wave action in the late seventies? I really dig the avant garde horn from James Chance and the organic guitar sounds from other No Wave groups (i.e. DNA, in particular Arto Lindsay, Mars, and like acts). I own a few great records, Brian Eno, produced in the late seventies and other no wave selects, but vinyl and internet research can only get one so far, eh! I wonder why this experimental genre fizzled so fast (the majority of the pioneers are still alive, unlike other tragic stricken musicians i love, who mostly parish early from personal causes and then soon their music follows [well, for most])? Food for thought! Greetings from the "hi-five" state (Michigan)!

    6 Feb 1:55 Responder
  • Dumbangel

    Hi John. Happy new year too !

    20 Ene 21:54 Responder
  • murkymedicine

    Cool, haven't really ventured to Soft Machine yet, adoring Wyatt tho, got any tips/pointers?

    11 Oct 2013 Responder
  • bobgreen623

    Incidentally, trying to explain Harry Partch to people is about as hard as trying to explain later-period Sun Ra, alien to what most would consider to actually be described as music!

    29 Jun 2013 Responder
  • bobgreen623

    Typo alert! EPL clearly = ELP!

    29 Jun 2013 Responder
  • bobgreen623

    That is most definitely Robert Wyatt near the top of my chart, I loved the Softs when he was with them and I love just about everything he's done since - Matching Mole, sadly short-lived due to Robert's accident, all the solo career and all the collaborations with other people like Kevin Ayers, Henry Cow, Hatfield & The North etc. All of those I mentioned are in some way connected to the so-called Canterbury scene, which is basically English eccentrics and/or whimsical, sometimes quite playful prog rock. I'll take that over the more showy EPL or Yes any day. By the way, my avatar is not Robert Wyatt or a close relative, I just like the idea of Karl Marx flashing a peace sign. It's thanks to Last.FM that I came to Harry Partch, up until a couple of years ago I'd never even heard of him, but there's something about his almost-mystical, spiritual, ritualistic ancient/modern music that I really love. I think he is a true genius and visionary. Happy listening, Bob

    29 Jun 2013 Responder
  • rogerjazzfan

    Hi, dear John! Cheers back - Roger.

    29 Jun 2013 Responder
  • LeChatRave

    Hi John! 'A sweet NOLA's gumbo'' is the summer page on LeChatRave's site - It's about New Orleans's jazz today (link to the site on top of my Last.FM page) Friendly:)))

    22 Jun 2013 Responder
  • bobgreen623

    Saw your shout about Johnny Hodges, I have to agree with you. Although I love most styles in jazz, Jeep is right up there for me. Great selection of jazz on your charts!

    27 May 2013 Responder
  • rogerjazzfan

    Hello John. Thanks for visiting. Also got some albums from your library, especially Johnny Hodges and Ben Webster. Hugs from Brasil - Roger.

    14 Abr 2013 Responder
  • rogerjazzfan

    Hi, dear John, awesome library! Thanks for the friendship and greets from Brasil - Roger.

    20 Ene 2013 Responder
  • Dumbangel

    I wish you an happy new year John.

    2 Ene 2013 Responder
  • Dumbangel

    Hi John. My list will be on my page on december 31th as every year :)

    16 Dic 2012 Responder
  • WatashiWaGreg

    I've been on a Zappa/Mothers binge recently. Wonderfully creative artist, he is.

    9 May 2012 Responder
  • WatashiWaGreg

    Wow, thanks! I'm still an aspiring listener, so it's good to hear that. I think I can tell by your Duke plays that we could get along.

    3 May 2012 Responder
  • fakepony37

    Are you familiar with Herbie Hancock and his album Head Hunters?

    6 Abr 2012 Responder
  • fakepony37

    -I think you meant East-West or work song. Probably East-West. one of The most band-ass songs in the world by far That song was a wake up call for that whole generation of musicians and its totally underrated makes me sad but I'm glad you know who I speak of . Plus good looks on MC5 I looked into them and I was very satisfied.

    6 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Im2Jazzy4U

    hey John...stopped by earlier...back to say thanks for what turned out to be a very enjoyable and eclectic visit...peace and happy listening, Jazzy

    5 Abr 2012 Responder
  • fakepony37

    Do you like Paul Butterfield Blues Band or Mike Bloomfield for that matter/?

    4 Abr 2012 Responder
  • fakepony37

    So it's true that HP lovecraft reminds you of LSD on a summer night ?

    30 Mar 2012 Responder
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I've posted three minimalist improvisations of mine here at last.fm, music originally set to a multimedia video project that reflects on my past as a 9/11 survivor, and looks to the future. I hope you'll give them a listen; three minutes out of your day.

Arranger, guitarist (an f-hole guitar, hence my handle), pianist, web developer, bulldog lover, Christian mystic, and ocean lover. I'm a recovering Jazz and Concert music snob who's lately widened his listening habits thanks, in part, to my last.fm friends.

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