Sunday, July 8, 2007

Zeitgeist ~ The Movie (Remastered & Updated Edition)



This hardworking documentary by percussionist Peter Joseph speaks for itself. A lot of thought and feeling went into its making. Part Three is especially important. You may also view it at the original site.

Originally released in 2007, this version contains a few updates from 2010.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello ! I was searching for people that could have an interest for my music with the help of the name Robert Wyatt (I've been compared to him) and found your blog.

My new album is now available for sell, but it's still without its first reviews. In the past, I have received incredible press from a variety of sources (All Music Guide, great composers...).

See and mostly listen by yourself some Philosophie Fantasmagorique.
http://www.critiquesdisques.com/vincent/music.htm

Thank you !

Vincent Bergeron

"In the course of a lifetime, one encounters very few major musical talents. Vincent Bergeron is one of those few, a unique composer who is at the forefront of musical thinking."

Noah Creshevsky
Composer
Professor Emeritus, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
Director Emeritus, Center for Computer Music at Brooklyn College

Antares said...

Hello Vincent... I just listened to a bit of your musical output. It's bizarre and idiosyncratic yet oddly stimulating in the rarefied tradition of
the Neo-Dadaists - definitely an acquired taste! I'm pleased to see a modern composer following his own muse and not bothering at all about the mass market; but by the same token your work will appeal only to a small niche audience of connoisseurs, people who are thoroughly bored with conventional structures and themes, and appreciate the pure musical expression of a unique individual such as yourself. I will listen some more and if your music begins to grow on me, I shall perhaps do something to promote it by interviewing you via email and blogging it here. Thank you for leaving your comment. I have some music on AMP (see links at the right) and have been known to do some strange things - but, I readily admit, not nearly as strange as yours ;-)