5 disc shuffle, and noisy people

I’m addicted to putting 5 CD’s into the changer and putting it on shuffle. Yeah, you can put a bunch of discs in your computer and have a random jukebox all day long, but 5 discs in the changer is how I’ve been rocking out since the early 90′s, and it works well for me. Here’s what’s playing on a rainy weekend while I do some image cataloging and finish framing for my upcoming show:

Yeah, it’s a strange and eclectic mix, but it’s really working. And speaking of strange music, my friend Tom Dill is featured in the documentary Noisy People that screens next Wednesday at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley. The filmmaker, Tim Perkis, will be appearing at the PFA for the premier with guest performers. Derk Richardson wrote a great review of Noisy People last week. I’ve been a fan of the out there improv scene in the Bay Area for a long time, and I’m excited to see the film!

3 thoughts on “5 disc shuffle, and noisy people”

  1. Hi Tom -

    I bought a copy of the movie – thought it was great. Going to watch it again & then pontificate a bit. Would love for more people to see Noisy People. I can imagine it going over well at Yerba Buena. Hope Mr. Perkis is firing up the marketing machine.



  2. There’s going to be another screening in Berkeley on the 26th of May, as part of the Berkeley Arts Festival.


    Perkis has asked the artists to contribute to a companion CD of music…

    And the bassist, Damon Smith, is connected to Werner Herzog in some way. He’s promised to get it in front of Werner’s eyes.

    tee dee

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