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Our guitar-wizard friend Mark Kissinger, from Pennsylvania, did the initial trax for this fantastic journey. We were joined (on acoustic guitars & vocals) by Ernesto Diaz-Infante. I played Kurzweill PC 88.
All we ask, in return for giving you this music, is that (if you can spare a moment or two), you write a REVIEW of the album for us! Thanks!
This audio is part of the collection: Zzaj Productions
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Artist/Composer: Kissinger, Diaz-Infante & Zzaj
Date: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
Source: Zzaj Productions
Label / Recorded by: Rotcod Zzaj
Keywords: Acid Jazz; Electronic
Subject: DUXTOP 1800-Watt Portable Sensor Touch Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner 8300ST
The Duxtop is very well built, and enjoy cooking with this it. It saves time to warm up a cold pan, and when it comes to heat up a large quantity of water it cuts the time at least by 50%, to be the safe side. The cook top stays cool at least for the first 10 minutes of cooking. After continuous use of hours, top starts to get hot(right under where the pan sits, the edges are still cool), not burning hot, but do not touch it. I think it because of the heat from the pan transfers back to the Best Cooktop.
The sensitive touch panel works great, very sensitive to touches. There is a lock key to lock the panel in case you donot want to touch any key by accident. One more advantage of the touch sensitive control pad over the traditional control panel is the extended lifetime. The touch sensitive panel is literally unbreakable, while the traditional key will eventually wear out after a few years. Yet, the touch sensitive model can easily cost you $50 or more for a portable burner, but well worth it, considering it is more enjoyable to use and extend lifetime.
Subject: Is there a word for these types of flames?
I am seeing the words torch and jet used with lighters that have that type of "jet" flame. But I see two differnt kinds of flames and both kinda look like jets but both are different. This website www.lducompany.com has both kinds so I will use it to show you what I mean. Here is one type of flame http://www.liangdianup.com/inventory/505008.htm and the other type of flame looks stronger and looks like this http://www.liangdianup.com/inventory/509931.htm and then there is the type of lighter with a flame that I would call conventional that look like this http://www.liangdianup.com/inventory/505012.htm I have search all over the internet but have not been able to get a clear answer on the names of these different flames. Help?
John Paul Sharp -
Subject: Music For The Imagination
I imagine that somehow, one's braincells must grow just from absorbing the complex textures that can be found in this dramatically theatrical work, "Elements of Suspense." Anyone interested in sound experimentaion should definitely give it a download! jps*
cpmcdill [Webbed Hand] -
Subject: improv virtuosity
Welcome to the archive!
This album has some really cool moments. The layers of improv combined with the aleatoric elements (random tv/radio sounds) leave one wondering what will happen next. This is definitely from the realm of acid sound spelunking.