A Human Movement
Thursday, May 19, 2005
Recovering via Duke Ellington's "Afro-Eurasian Eclipse," which has an album cover of note:

For "The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse, " Ellington took his cue from a line in Marshall McLuhan's 1967 book, The Medium Is the Massage." "Mr. McLuhan says that the whole world is going Oriental and that no one will be able to maintain his or her identity, not even the Orientals," Ellington said adding that in his band's world travels, they had noticed this statement to be true.

It's highly digable, to the point that I am not sure what a person could amount to without a listen. It should be shared. I'm glad I came to it, the cymbals of 'Rufus Jones' won't stop, and that is good... & Not this Rufus Jones, who wrote this sermon seriously my minds is a landscape of urns and ball bearings, people simply have to hear the drums on Afrique to understand, ug
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