[LAU] [Music] Prog supergroup's first outings

Will Godfrey willgodfrey at musically.me.uk
Sat Nov 30 19:38:08 UTC 2013

On Sun, 24 Nov 2013 22:01:30 +0000
Q <lists at quirq.net> wrote:

> Hail citizens!
> M'colleague and I are proud to announce the first releases from Julius 
> Quintus, LAU's least-productive prog supergroup (for which I am entirely 
> to blame -- the productivity thing, that is, I'm only partially to blame 
> for the music).
> These were recorded at JQ's first recording session (and second ever 
> meeting) in August 2010, in the UK.
> Rough mixes were done three years ago, but they've languished ever 
> since, basically waiting for me to get my arse into gear. An injury 
> earlier in the year that rendered me unable to play, together with other 
> personal circumstances, made it a good opportunity to revisit these two 
> pieces and finally do them justice.
> I'd like to take this opportunity to dedicate these two pieces to 
> m'colleague, Julien, as a thank you for all the friendship and music 
> we've shared, and as an apology for being so damn slow with everything. 
> Those that can, make music: those that can't, make excuses. We have a 
> good partnership: m'colleague makes the music and I have a batch of 
> freshly made excuses specially prepared...
> https://soundcloud.com/quirq-uk/julius-quintus-as-a-cloud
> https://soundcloud.com/quirq-uk/julius-quintus-time-to-go
> Details and other links further below. We hope you enjoy and, as always, 
> comments are welcomed.
> No capes, Persian rugs, curries, knives or ice rinks were harmed during 
> the making of this music.
> Ave,
> Julius Quintus

Hmm. Thought I'd commented on these.

I liked them both, but thought 'as a cloud' suffered from being too 'studied',
probably due to the way it was recorded.

Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.

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