Steve Reich Warped My Fragile Little Mind

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If you've ever listened to "Come Out" and "It's Gonna Rain" in one sitting, without chemical aid, this is the group for you!

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  • szarka

    You could call this "Slapping Music"...

    14 feb 2014 Svara
  • piku_79

    I put one of Reich's tracks (amazingly recomposed by Jimi Tenor) in my mix, enjoy:

    13 okt 2012 Svara
  • strawberryffuck

    too godamn right he did :D. steve reich is the man!

    22 apr 2010 Svara
  • permanentred

    My mind runs on different trains, every day.

    14 okt 2009 Svara
  • spilled_milk

    ✓ Member

    12 okt 2009 Svara
  • grzymol

    hello, an absofuckinglutely great name for a group; all and only the very best to everyone here; take care :DDD

    11 maj 2009 Svara
  • floserber

    Steve Reich Warped My Fragile Little Mind and now i feel like a whirling dervish.

    27 apr 2009 Svara
  • FromTheMinaret

    If you like Reich, check out Paul Simon's Graceland and Rhythm of the Saints (if you haven't already).

    15 apr 2009 Svara
  • szarka

    Awesome performance of Reich's "Piano Phase" by one musician on two pianos!

    26 jan 2009 Svara
  • szarka

    Music Patron Betty Freeman(who commissioned Reich's Different Trains) Dies:

    6 jan 2009 Svara
  • kaziorvb

    "Music For 18 Musicians", "Octet - Music For A Large Ensemble - Violin Phase" and "Early Works" i guess

    1 dec 2008 Svara
  • MadKropotkin

    I joined the group to ask this question. If you had to reccomend one of his albums to a person who has never experienced Steve Reich, what would it be?

    19 nov 2008 Svara
  • green_pencil

    I joined because this group has the best name ever.

    5 okt 2008 Svara
  • Bleach00

    Fuck, Drumming part II is amazing.

    4 sep 2008 Svara
  • be_quiet_peter

    There is a boxset for Pärt, but it doesn't have any of his best known work; Terry Riley, not so much; Glass, well...erm, whatever makes you happy, I guess. Cage isn't a minimalist composer or a contemporary of any of these artists.

    27 aug 2008 Svara
  • Moileviola

    Hello, I've recently bought the 'Phases' compilation by Steve Reich and it blew me away. Now I'm looking for similar introductions to other 'minimal' composers like Terry Riley, Philip Glass, John Cage and Arvo Pärt. Do you have an advice for discs I can buy by those composers that can serve as a good introduction to their work? I don't have a lot of money, so for now I'm looking to by just one title from each of them. 'Phases' is great, because you get different pieces from throughout Reich's time as a composer, but as far as I know there is no equivelant for those other composers, or is there? Any advice would be helpful! Thanks.

    9 jun 2008 Svara
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    29 apr 2008 Svara
  • FijneWIET

    seven marimbas?

    8 feb 2008 Svara
  • keeletu

    heh, reich himself a top artist...

    26 nov 2007 Svara
  • barcher

    are there any more recordings of Music for 18? i have ecm, nonesuch and ensemble modern, i think we need more

    18 sep 2007 Svara
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