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Old 04-14-2016, 01:50 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Dunno, it reminds me more of a Tommy Wiseau interview.
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I'll admit that I haven't seen a Wiseau interview (still haven't even finished a Haino one, either), but can picture what you mean by that.

On another note, the bits of the Red Bull interview with Stephen O'Malley when they're listening to his music has some top notch comedic value.

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Old 04-14-2016, 01:58 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I'll admit that I haven't seen a Wiseau interview (still haven't even finished a Haino one, either), but can picture what you mean by that.

On another note, the bits of the Red Bull interview with Stephen O'Malley when they're listening to his music has some top notch comedic value.

I was actually planning on watching it next.
But damn, is it long. Is he talking about playing with Haino in this one?
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I watched it a month or two ago but I'm gonna go with no. I just brought it up because the RBMAs were relevant.
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Old 09-24-2016, 08:05 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Found this performance of "Koko" recently. It's gone through so many different iterations, but this is, hands down, my favorite one.

Keiji Haino still remains my favorite musician of all time.
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Long time no see!

That's a really great performance, very emotive. I like it just as much as the 30 minute version but for different reasons. I love the other ones' lengthy and layered delay approach and this one's really heartful and punchy take on it. Thanks for sharing.



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Anyone here seen Haino live? Looking at grindy, OH, rostasi, and maybe bob. or Janzsoon. I'm obviously gonna see him when he comes around in a month but I'm just curious.

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Yes, saw him live with Brötzmann's Full Blast with him, Mars Williams and Peter Evans as special guests.
I don't think it's necessary to say it was beyond awesome.
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I'll post in here every day if I have to.

Sanhedolin/Sanhedrin is some essential Haino material. Kicks some serious ass.

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"I like to use the guitar as a weapon to express myself."

The Fushitsusha Black Box is really something else.

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