Happy 100th, Mr. Cage.

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7 Responses to Happy 100th, Mr. Cage.

  1. Gunther says:

    Brilliant! πŸ™‚


  2. Kevin says:

    Just yesterday I “listened” to the 4 1/2 minute piano piece with a breathless live audience waiting for the first note…alas, it never happened. Well done, Sean, for your take on this piece.


  3. Sean says:

    Thanks Gunther and Kevin. There have been a surprising number of page views for this post. While it’s something that probably won’t go viral, I’d settle for bacterial. πŸ™‚


  4. I was thinking “many happy Returns,” but I see that you made this post with an image file, not with the keyboard. I listened to a cricket somewhere in my office and the traffic outside while here.


  5. Kenneth Goodenough says:

    I’ll admit, it took me a few good seconds before I found out that it wasn’t the fault of the internet speed on my mobile phone that I didn’t see anything.

    The next question then of course is: Is this (visual) art? πŸ™‚


    • Sean says:

      Well, bassists are a simple people, Kenneth: while we can fashion some small tools, we can really only hunt or gather. So, better to leave questions about art to those higher-up on the ladder of influence and powerβ€”like guitarists, philatelists, coopers, etc. πŸ™‚


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