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Music Is Not Always Participatory

James Black

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1.1
I Think You're Really Cool
James Black
4:32
1.2
Shel
James Black
5:42
1.3
Baby's Teeth
James Black; Bára Gísladóttir
5:50
1.4
You Win
James Black
0:59
1.5
Angel's Music
James Black; Connor McLean
3:30
1.6
Music for Use
James Black
8:07
1.7
Folk Music
James Black
3:47
1.8
You Lose
James Black
0:42
1.9
Antifleur
James Black; Connor McLean
11:39
1.10
The Future of Classical Music (Award Winning Performance / After Schubert's D. 899)
James Black
7:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    52:05
Just after the world ground to a halt due to the coronavirus, James Black found himself in receipt of a large working grant from the Danish Arts Foundation. He had the means to compose, and the lockdown would give him a motive for the specific project he set his mind to. This recording is what he produced – an album bound by restriction and that flirts with failure, but delivers powerfully on the fundamentals of art and expression.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo Records Studio Masters

Track 3 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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