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MP3 The Barbara Angelo-EP - ELECTRONIC: Experimental
“I can never get used to this shit” He nods his head forward at the paper factory puffing large single file lines of smoke upwards.
8 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Experimental, FOLK: Modern Folk
A compilation of noises and sounds cut together.
“And they are adventurous, one guy against the wall has same look you see on kid of eleven having first cornsilk butt along garage wall after supper in the interesting darkness in Eau Claire, Wisconsin—same wickedness, as if the world was his mother remonstrating with him-- same look of adventuring you see on young truckdrivers when they stop at a lonely junction Coke stand at night in Texas and their enormous truck trailer sits waiting for them huge across the road, with a spare tire regardant under the cab like the ram shield on a Dodge radiator cap—the flying billy ram of travel—and both of ‘em dirty and grim and come a long way and quiet and Henry Fonda like and talk to each other that you can’t hear and when they leave together they move with the same sadness as if their adventure together was persecuting them to grieve the same careful way and off they go into their own night into the whatevers of where you who watch them still stay, they are gone yonder never to come back again and have come and gone like ghosts across your eyes and the bums have that same grave, careful adventurous sorrow as they stand stiffly before an alley wall looking straight ahead with their eyes and their drinkwet mouths glistening in the moonlight in a lunar Bowery, spitting or saying “Hey sport, gimme a dime for a goddamn cup of coffee,” and in it there is a statement “I’ve come a long, long way to be standing against this wall—stranger—and you ‘ought to ‘preciate the troubles I’ve had and the miles I done—‘cause after all I’m from a Houston and you’re a damn New Yorker that ain’t never been to God’s country Texas.”---Jack Kerouac
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