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Yeah, you know how Lee Ranaldo gets. He starts on his poetry the only way to shut him up is to start droning all over the place. He hates that shit. It makes him run away and hide in his little cave. Jim O'Rourke and Christophe Heemann were among the first people to discover this tactic which they use to perfection on this here re-working of a live date from 1994 which they like to call 'Bloomingt ...

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Bloomington, Indiana... Autumn by Lee Ranaldo, Jim O'Rourke & Christophe Heemann
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 22 April 2010

Yeah, you know how Lee Ranaldo gets. He starts on his poetry the only way to shut him up is to start droning all over the place. He hates that shit. It makes him run away and hide in his little cave. Jim O'Rourke and Christophe Heemann were among the first people to discover this tactic which they use to perfection on this here re-working of a live date from 1994 which they like to call 'Bloomington, Indiana'. After a near-side of haunting feedback tones he tries to join back in but he's all muddled because he's scared and dead echoey because he's in his cave and there's no furniture in there. 'Autumn' on the second side is from 1991 and doesn't have Lee on it because he was cave hunting back then. It's along similar lines though - minimal, isolationist-type drones which you hear a fair bit of these days but at the time they'll have been blazing a bit of a trail I'd wager. If Dave was here he'd well have said "Proper art gallery" by now.


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