Leslie Melcher | Genetic Panic at Lunch Time

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Genetic Panic at Lunch Time

by Leslie Melcher

Warm sadness in remembrance of a time that has never been.
Genre: New Age: New Age
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1. Genetic Panic at Lunch Time
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3. Karmic Nigunnim No. 2
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Album Notes
"You cannot possibly think this is what is it. These are Songs without singers, Music without words, and Sounds without instruments. This misses the point: where are the sweet melodies of early morning dew birdies, the sound of dust after a midnight rainfall? What is this composer thinking, or is he? Are these works of from some genius intended to be heard in some parallel univers?
I must caution you:
It was once written that: "Melcher writes music that only Van Gogh would have written, had he not shot himself..."
I hope you get the point.
Melcher's own little Gödel Universe where time does not exist is again reflected in these works.
For lack of coherent words, it can only be said that what we cannot say, we should not explain. As such, only those who feel time without believing in it need apply. Others will never understand.
Avenon Berg wrote about Melcher, some 3000 years ago: "You have to be in it to see it."
Maybe so....

T. H. Adorno in "Kultur und Post-Kultur: Melcher ist nicht unt Zien"

Ps. If you care to see samples of his Post Musical Re-Vision (you know, just Music Videos for the rest of us, please see link to his Website at your bottom left)



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Real nice, too bad the piece is so short !

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moi j'aime beaucoup ce que tu (de facon tout a fait objective , bien sur malgré nos liens familiaux...)
love jess