[Nagnagnag] Re: contents of Nagnagnag Digest, Vol 71, Issue 3
saustrabeck at me.com
Thu Jan 29 20:17:53 PST 2009
³That entire tirade is interesting and scary. Very Kirk.² That¹s
excellent!! I work for Apple, so can say we they¹re not an ³upversion² of
128 to 256. With our compression off the digital masters, the 128 was
better than a 128 mp3. They¹re 256 from the artists digital masters. I¹m
really happy we¹ve made his catalogue available at 256.
On 1/29/09 6:37 PM, "Mike Messick" <mike at angryjester.com> wrote:
> It sounds like he took the title from a passage deep in the raspy preacher's
> sermon where he references "gold and silver" and then "dollars and cents".
> That entire tirade is interesting and scary. Very Kirk.
> With iTunes, it seems like most of the catalogue has been updated to
> iTunesPlus so the quality is now 256. I hope it is a genuine 256 and not just
> an upconversion from 128 to 256.
> Regardless, for the more recent releases there's no other venue to obtain them
> so it'll have to do.
> ...Now if we could just convince him to tour the U.S.
> - Mike
> From: "Stephen Austra-Beck" <saustrabeck at me.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 3:55 PM
> To: nagnagnag at hollyfeld.org
> Subject: [GROUP] Re: [Nagnagnag] Re: Nagnagnag Digest, Vol 71, Issue 3
> I work for Apple. Sr. Kirk has set it up on his site so that each album cover
> there links directly to it as available in iTunes. Good call on Vasco de
> Mento, I don't yet have all this. Thankfully he's made the bulk of his
> catalogue available excusively through iTunes as I've been replenishing what I
> once had on the original disc releases, and wish I still did. I really like
> 'Dollars and Cents' (but think he should have called it 'Dollars and Sense')
> but felt he didn't really explore any territory he hadn't already, but that's
> -Stephen /
> On 1/28/09 4:02 PM, "Mike Messick" <mike at angryjester.com> wrote:
>> Go to the iTunes store and do a search for "Dollars and Cents" as well as
>> "Neuroscience" or "Richard H. Kirk". Most all of his work is on iTunes now.
>> While you're at it, be sure to get his "Vasco de Mento" work from 2007.
>> "Nightmares" is one of my favorite Kirk tracks from the last ten years.
>> Mallinder is part of an Australian group called Ku-Ling Brothers. They've
>> just released a great work called "Here Come the Astronauts".
>> - Mike
>> From: Singpages at aol.com
>> Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 12:42 PM
>> To: nagnagnag at hollyfeld.org
>> Subject: Re: Nagnagnag Digest, Vol 71, Issue 3
>> In a message dated 27/01/2009 20:10:25 GMT Standard Time,
>> nagnagnag-request at hollyfeld.org writes:
>>> mike at angryjester.com
>> hi mike, not heard this new Kirk material, can you send me a link please,
>> also i guess there is nothing new from stephen? guess he is still working at
>> university of brighton?
>> thanks john ball
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