Jules Joseph Lefebvre, Lady Godiva
The apex of Kingfisher Blue as a unified entity is a cascade of Zali Krishnas hurtling through time towards an omega moment when the notional frame of the album was secured and the work could be said to be complete. We might call this blueshifting dance of the Krishnas The Entropy Circus. We might not.
Beneath all of the fish suppers and fury, the bremsstrahlung and brouhaha of the singularity which pulls these arbitrary fragments into a cohesive whole, are a series of negations. Kingfisher Blue arises on an arc of hypotheses on how not to record an album, which aesthetic choices should be avoided, and where the twenty-three year sequence of recordings that led to this place has left us with a sense of what should not be done.
Zali Krishna & the Entropy Circus 2012. All tracks recorded, written and performed by Zali Krishna except “On the Street Where You Live” by Lerner & Loewe, arranged by Zali Krishna.
July 5, 2012 – July 15, 2012. RIP
I dream of being the next E.L. James or J.R.R. Rowling.
A few of my favorites:
Oh, he’ll be missed. All here.