DayDay MoeMoe | Adagio Fishing

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Adagio Fishing

by DayDay MoeMoe

Ancient digital keyboard based experimental neo classical compositions. Kinda.
Genre: Classical: Tone Poem
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1. Birth of Love (A Major Adagio) David Moore
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2. My Prosperity Package David Moore
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3. Killdeer Sing (Where The White Meets The Muddy) David Moore
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4. Maria Of Egg Sandwiches David Moore
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5. Maria in Egg Heaven David Moore
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6. What\'s Never Said David Moore
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7. Cracks in the Sidewalk David Moore
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8. Tango Solitaire David Moore
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9. Bulgarian Stomp David Moore
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10. Across the Wheel (D Minor Adagio) David Moore
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11. Dat Old Cryptic Krypton David Moore
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12. Hovering Over Concordia David Moore
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13. What\'s Going On? (Okies on Ham) David Moore
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14. Sognando (G Minor) David Moore
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Adagio Fishing" is a group of compositions done
awhile back (1994). Recorded into an old 4-track
machine, who has since passed on, i've decided to
pitch it out there anyway. I still like it. Tonewarts and all.

Instruments used are of the period: a couple of digital
keyboards. Wooden drums. Short wave radio.

During that time i was experimenting with superimposing various physical geometries found in
Nature over different tone mandala, to map out patterns for harmonic progressions and melody. Flowers, skulls, leaves, photo of a slithering snake path through sand, a human hand, bird tracks in mud, anything that beckoned really. Why not an old shoe or a ladies bikini bottom? Well why not? Take a ride on this Mandala baby. Kind of a backwoods musical Glass Bead Game of sorts. I was reading books along the line of Sensitive Chaos by Theodor Schwenk and The Power of Limits by Gyorgy Dozci, trying to conjure inspiration and direction from such writings. Cut me a slice of the Golden Section please. Correlating the vibe. A vibes indigo. F is red. C is Green. Harmonic crumbs through the dark forest. Anyway, a few of the compositions were involved in this kind of formula making.

Turn it up. Tweak your system. Enjoy it if you can.

My name is Dayday Moemoe and i approve of this
message.


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Jim Adams

Anti Dwayne Newtonian
Listened to the CD form time to time when I'm feeling the world is too odd. Nothing here makes you sad, only fills up the lungs with good air, good feelings and thoughts, transcends, laughter, peace. This CD is for people who don't need a literal translation of how they feel...or better yet...how they're supposed to feel. Think about it. Sognando in G minor is my personal favorite. Seems like I resonate to that sort of wistfulness, a treasure of meditative proportion. I praise the artist, but I doubt his name is Dayday Moemoe.

Jim Adams