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  •  Jean Michel Jarre is excellent! (2+ / 0-)
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    alizard, Miggles

    I think I should have maybe made this diary into a series or something. That way, I would have left no stone unturned.

    In any case, my second favorite form of techno would have to be chill as well. There is so very much to include here, but I love Massive Attack as well. I have several chill mixes and CDs, and I'm generally just in love with it.

    If I wrote the diary how I truly wanted to, it would have been a powerhouse of information dating back to the 1920s and it would have been 100 pages long! :)

    No matter how cynical you become, it's never enough to keep up. -- Lily Tomlin

    by Colorado is the Shiznit on Sat Feb 19, 2011 at 09:29:10 PM PST

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    •  so make it into a series ... (2+ / 0-)
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      Colorado is the Shiznit, Miggles

      Though you might want to consider writing a book. Or do both and use the diaries to get feedback and research material on concepts. Smashwords has a how-to on DIY e-book publishing worth looking at.

      I've learned about a lot of music new to me in this diary thanks to you and the other contributors.

      I was exposed to electronic music in the 1980s via cable radio channels ... moved to places where I didn't have access and dropped out of it.

      Dropped back in a couple of years ago due to a series of accidents, and realized that this is "my music" for the indefinite future and am learning my way around the genre and subgenres.

      Long live youtube and Internet Radio. What I listen to is unlikely ever to be found on the air.

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      by alizard on Sat Feb 19, 2011 at 11:36:22 PM PST

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