Performing musical interpretations of the
paintings of Paul Klee
Music for all selections written by Roger
Karshner and Chuck Mangione except A Negro Child by Roger
Chuck Mangione does not appear on any of these tracks.
Philips PHS 600-266
If you take all the ends and tie them together
in one knot...meaning; oh yes I am here today and will be
tomorrow, the tools are irrelevant, but they get all the
attention. Oh generation of psychos...? I have ears
to hear, eyes to see...nose to smell later, or sooner.
Vincent van Gogh never heard of Timothy Leary, one man's dream
is another man's nightmare, the cliché begets the cliché.
You sure had a lot of fun, Roger Karshner. Let's listen to
the other side.
And generation shall speak unto
generation...possibly but not yet. Ask me no question
I'll tell you no lie if the cops don't get me I'm sure to get
high. Paul Klee was Swiss poor fellow...but they mind
their own business since 1291. And what more can you ask
but to see inside the reaction to the reaction. However
tight the pattern, there is always room to explore.
Painting eyes Music ears Today sound Yesterday
sight through intellectual-Freud-Jung-Adlerism-that-shaped-the-
add sample bottle of rose incense. Madness, says Tom the
country boy. We are all mad, cried the sage. Not me,
cried the world. Do you see what I see? No, I see
what I see...cries the world. And no birds sing...Exeunt
omnes through the waiting crotch of time.
I'd like to acknowledge the beautiful job done
by my collaborator Charles Mangione. Without his interest
and application this album would not be a reality. Charles
is a musician of highest integrity and ability and I'm not alone
in touting him as one of the future giants of contemporary
arrangement and composition. Also, many thanks to Dick
Whittington for his patience and assistance in helping me
construct this album. His talents are endless.
of course, The National Gallery, a group that might best be
described as Rock-Art. There's no doubt, this is
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