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If you like jazz, go THERE
for a nice animation clip.
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that was fun~ I especially enjoyed the end.
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That was nifty!
Red block of destruction! Oh no!!
Coltraine's the man.
Visit the Tragic Planet!
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That was neat.
Has anyone seen Begone Dull Care by Norman Maclaren? He does a similar kind of thing in that, in terms of, I guess, expressionistically animating to a jazz soundtrack (in his case, Oscar Peterson). It's pretty awesome.
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I watched that about 3 times.
About to make it four
Damn, I love Giant Steps.
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Hey, where's the rest of the song?!
That was seriously awesome though. Now, if someone could do a Fantasia-like project set to jazz ...
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Great stuff! I always thought "Giant Steps" would be a great soundtrack for an animated short (though I imagined giant robots, nothing as elegant as this.)
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that's awesome. I just borrowed a john coltrane cd this morning cuz I hadn't heard giant steps in forever....
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Man, that was cool. That was super cool. I really like how the animator played on Coltrane's bends and shouts on his saxophone. My only complaint: too short!
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Wasn't too impressed at first. But it became very cool, very quickly and I was hooked.
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weatherwise wrote:Has anyone seen Begone Dull Care by Norman Maclaren?
Yep! The first thing that popped into my head when I started watching this one.
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hell yes!...thanks so much!
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