Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Failing enticement factor...

Playlist
Cloudland Blue Quartet - Riverleaves Reimagined
Cloudland Blue Quartet - Riverleaves
Gubaidulina - Piano Works
Various - Last 50 Acquisitions
Bischoff - Audio Combine
Various Composers - Italian Piano Music 1939-1990
Hindemith - Complete String Quartets
King Crimson - The Law of Maximum Distress...

Meg the Black Cat was pulling some shapes on the rug first thing...


Nothing to report from the daytime really - other than I've been continuing to visit Fopp but the enticement factor has failed to kick in...

Meanwhile three Glenn Gould discs are awaited from the interweb...

Back home, enjoyed "New Tricks" and "New Girl"...

A good sunset...




...and some evening listening were also enjoyed as I researched re an upcoming trip...

And I took the plunge re the King Crimson box - utilising the remainder of the recently won Amazon voucher...

I am sure this was a good decision...

:Listening to the improvs from the  "The Great Deceiver" box set as I type...

Lights out...

Highlight of the Day : Good evening music...

3 comments:

impossible songs said...

Try this
http://slackhalla.org/~demise/test/socialattitude.php

CBQ said...

My results

Political Values
Radicalism 72
Socialism 25
Tenderness 50

These scores indicate that you are a moderate progressive; this is the political profile one might associate with a university professor. It appears that you are sceptical towards religion, and have a pragmatic attitude towards humanity in general.

Your attitudes towards economics appear capitalist, and combined with your social attitudes this creates the picture of someone who would generally be described as libertarian.

To round out the picture you appear to be, political preference aside, a centrist with several strong opinions.

This concludes our analysis; we hope you found your results accurate, useful, and interesting.

Unlike many other political tests found on the Internet which base themselves on untested (and usually ideologically motivated) ideas, this inventory is adapted from Hans Eysenck's own political inventory which was developed after extensive empirical investigations in the 20th Century.

CBQ said...

If only I had a university professor's salary and lifestyle...