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Ed
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Listening to Music with a sober mind.
Hi Romy,

Do you find listening to music at home through the old hifi system more enjoyable
without the need to become intoxicated by our government drugs or do you have
to remain bolt upright like a Sgt.& totally in control of your body.
Never try Lsd with a Dixon's Prinzsound integrated amp - this will blow your mind.
Unless of course you want to go beyound the Ongaku.   

I seem to find that when other foreign objects (friends), are with you looking at those
ESL 57 trouser press speakers,that I can not listen to anything - there's just that
funny old sound coming at you.On my own is the only way to lock in to the groovy
sounds,some people think I come from the womb with attached solid core.

Keep up the good work,

Dr.Hippocrates  
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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
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Joined on 05-28-2004

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ESL-57 of our mind.

I do not use drugs in any form, as I possess all necessary crassness within myself without using any external incentives.  Saying that I would much rather to see our government supply citizens with LSD then with Iraq’s death certificates.

At any rate, the perception that “moved” (in any direction), beeing stimulated with “fine spiritual irritations” (music for instance) is a very interesting subject.  If I continued to develop this subject:

http://www.goodsoundclub.com/TreeItem.aspx?PostID=50

then I would explain what happened with a "stimulated perception". The problem with the “stimulated perception” is that it magnifies out sensitivity at 3rd and 4th levels but it blocks more evolved musical perception at 5th and higher levels.

Rgs,
The Cat


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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Ed
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Knots.
Thank you Cat.

(Some light reading to chew on).

Meanwhile,the happy punters travel down the road to find 'my sound is better than
your sound'.From 'The Audio book of the Dead'
 

Dr.Hippocrates
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