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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.

Talk Talk Talk.

Monday, May 09, 2005

I already did "Blah Blah Blah" as an earlier title and plus, that's the name of one of my favorite Psychedelic Furs albums. Yes, a black man likes the Psychedelic Furs (still).

My friend Miles let me borrow his CD recorder. Mine just started going haywire for no reason, same as my DAT machine. Maybe I need the heads cleaned or something. I can't see where both machines would quit working correctly at the same time. Maybe somebody lit off an electromagnetic pulse and didn't tell anybody.

Been busy running all over the city for other things, so no time for music this past few days. I've been in the (music) studio non-stop. I haven't drawn at all lately.

My friend Jimmy is the man. He hooked me up with Reason and Cubase, both. He's taken it as his personal mission to drag my analog self into digital, and my appreciation is deep. I didn't know people like him existed when I lived in Detroit. You know, cool people.

I've been noticing people from these really exotic IP addresses have been viewing the blog lately. Publicity companies, Entertainment Weekly, the makers of VO5 shampoo (no, really!). You guys sound interesting. Leave some comments ;-)

-AO :: 6:59 PM ::

Comments:2

  • Hey Alan,

    It's Ethan from Detroit (originally). Been quite a while since I have seen ya out. I think you were still living in the D last time I saw you. Believe it or not, the Alberto IP address is mine. That's where I work. It's about 10 miles west of Chicago.

    I stumbled onto your blog via the Pure Sonik website. I always enjoyed readin the Studio Notes section. I missed the last couple of gigs you had here in the city. I'll make sure to make it out for the next Smart Bar nite.

    See ya soon,

    Ethan

    P.S. - Man, that's some crazy shit that you can see the IP address checkin out the blog.

    By Blogger Ethan, on Monday, May 09, 2005 10:01:00 PM  
  • Yeah, I shouldn't have said I can see IP addresses, but there were some very curious non-techno ones I was coming across, like yours!

    Anyway, yeah, it's been awhile, man. Hope everything's been well with you and I'll see you at Smartbar.

    By Blogger -AO, on Tuesday, May 10, 2005 11:20:00 PM  

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