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on 5 March 2013
I strongly suggest you only listen to this disc in rooms with no ceiling. Or walls. And in places where the nearest person is a good half mile away.

It can also be used to get cult leaders to abandon their hideouts.
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The great pity of today is that not enough people are open minded enough to appreciate this music,and that it cannot really flourish due to economic reasons. Duke Ellington had to occasionally record what I would term "crap"(Mary Poppins,for Heaven's sake!)to keep the band going,compromising his art to a small extent.After all the band was his life,irrespective of family ties.But the point is that money is necessary to allow creativity in any field possible,never mind the intangible,unclassifiable one of music.So large ensembles do not come along often.When they do,embrace them,support them,cherish them.They are rare and endangered.They shouldn't be,but that is the pity about a materialist world.Apologies for the rant,I'm very fond of Brotz and his doings.Buy this,live with it,accept it.It's a work of expressionist art for the ears.Jackson Pollock painted,Brotz and co. make music.Great stuff.
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