[Nagnagnag] Kirk's Mute package ...
stuartmann at btinternet.com
Mon May 10 17:55:07 EDT 2004
All this talk is making me even more impatient. I order all three releases from Amazon (no vinyl, I'm afraid) to be delivered when they are all in.... this means I have to wait for all three to be released until I get mine and Amazon are saying May 17. BUT - It's going to be like Christmas, birthday and New Year all at the same time.... !
I suppose Richard H. Kirk as a name is relatively unknown to most of the planet, so why not come up with other names and aliases... makes no difference to most people and keeps me entertained and on my toes for any releases that could slip by.
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From: Pat Slade
To: nagnagnag at hollyfeld.org
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2004 4:32 PM
Subject: RE: [Nagnagnag] Kirk's Mute package ...
Interesting point, Nic. We were gabbing about some of the 'lesser' talked
about Kirk albums over at the Cab club, and I was too lazy to point out that
it seems like it's easy to keep track of Kirk albums, Sandoz albums, but
then there's the bunch in "all the other aliases" pile (Sweet Exorcist as a
rule also doesn't get mentioned a lot).
Why? Just speculating: why not? For no other reason than it's fun. I'd
love to walk around everyday with a new name and be unknowable, but since
that just won't fly...if there's space on the cds, go for it, Kirk. I enjoy
it. Perhaps it's his nod to things he enjoys or is fascinated by. I can't
help but notice the occasional German influenced track title or 'alias', and
I always appreciate it.
Just my $0.02,
>On Mon, 2004-05-10 at 15:47, Thierens, Danny wrote:
> > Nice info on URP 2 ... Where does he keep coming up with those aliases
>More importantly, why?
>I understand his desire to have the Sandoz project as opposed to RHK,
>but why a new name for every other album/unreleased track?
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