Pink noise for the masses

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Kaki King – Playing With Pink Noise

Have you seen Kaki King play? It’s how I imagine Jackson Pollock splashed his floored canvas. Ligaments at work with flex and jerk reaction – a blur of glitter. I know being flabbergasted by the technical gifts behind any delivery has no consistent correlation to the song itself being a worthy piece of work, but it adding to the sound is at times a worthy admission. This is audio, but do not miss the visual accompaniment. [Purchase.]

4 Responses to “Pink noise for the masses”

  1. Cool Michael Hedges vibe.

  2. Joan says:

    This reminds me of August Rush.

  3. greg says:

    I am nearly positive that Kaki King did a lot of the music for August Rush, Joan. Also, I came upon this site about two months ago and I have to say that it is fantastic. Such great writing and song choices. Keep it up Tune The Proletariat!

    – Greg at

  4. Joan says:

    Well goddam, I looked it up and it seems you’re right, Greg. Figures.

    And thanks for the kind words. I know I’m yet to fall in love with a drummer, but it could happen sometime.

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