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Phases Of The Moon Watch


phases of the moon watch
    of the
  • biggest consumers of energy in homes and buildings, which are heating
    phases
  • Introduce into (or withdraw from) use in gradual stages
  • (phase) any distinct time period in a sequence of events; "we are in a transitional stage in which many former ideas must be revised or rejected"
  • Carry out (something) in gradual stages
  • Adjust the phase of (something), esp. so as to synchronize it with something else
  • (phase) arrange in phases or stages; "phase a withdrawal"
  • (phase) (physical chemistry) a distinct state of matter in a system; matter that is identical in chemical composition and physical state and separated from other material by the phase boundary; "the reaction occurs in the liquid phase of the system"
    watch
  • Keep under careful or protective observation
  • a small portable timepiece
  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"
  • Secretly follow or spy on
  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
    moon
  • the natural satellite of the Earth; "the average distance to the Moon is 384,400 kilometers"; "men first stepped on the moon in 1969"
  • A natural satellite of any planet
  • any object resembling a moon; "he made a moon lamp that he used as a night light"; "the clock had a moon that showed various phases"
  • The natural satellite of the earth, visible (chiefly at night) by reflected light from the sun
  • Anything that one could desire
  • daydream: have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake; "She looked out the window, daydreaming"

BLOODYMINDED "PHASES : THREE" Cover
BLOODYMINDED "PHASES : THREE" Cover
Artist: BLOODYMINDED Title: “PHASES : THREE” Label: Rococo Records Catalog Number: RCC-0030 Format: Three (3) white vinyl 7-inch singles in silkscreened sleeves, housed in custom-made boxes Edition Size: 300 Copies I know what you are thinking, “What is this thing?” Or maybe, “Why does it exist?” Why does such a beautifully packaged triple white vinyl 7-inch set, housed in individual silkscreened sleeves and custom-made boxes, and containing some of the rawest BLOODYMINDED tracks ever captured on tape, or MiniDisc, in this case, even fucking exist? And lord knows, there are a few preceding raw BLOODYMINDED live recordings, that much is certain. And why are these four basement bruises bookended by such seemingly high-fidelity studio fuckery? Well, let’s talk about it, for a minute. The band went out on tour in August 2006, in support of our “Magnetism” CD, along with some friends: Demons, Graveyards (sometimes Burning when C. Spencer Yeh would appear), and Lambsbread. Each night, we played four songs off of the then-still-new album. Those would be the middle four cuts that appear here. The strange thing about those “Magnetism” tracks (and boy, did they ultimately prove to be ultra-magnetic the night in question, but who knew?), unlike most core BLOODYMINDED songs, is that they have no discernable lyrics, per se, so that always leaves a lot of room for vocal improvisation… or a bunch of screaming, moaning, shrieking, and whatnot. In this particular case, these four works of art were recorded live on August 8, 2006, at Spooky Action Palace, in Saint Louis, Missouri. We had played there before and we were as comfortable as you can get in the humid basement of a house in a Midwestern town, during a tour that saw 100-degree temperatures pretty much every day. That particular night was special, as BLOODYMINDED, which has members scattered not just around the country, but across the globe, had a pretty extraordinary line-up. Uber-fan Nicole Chambers had been brought into the fold to play synth and to handle the live mix for that tour. Xavier Laradji flew in from Toulouse, France, to play synth, to add some Froggy vocals, and to take in as much Americana as he could that summer. Isidro Reyes, who could not go with us on that tour due to “other commitments,” made the marathon there-and-back drive from Chicago to Saint Louis, just for this one god damned show. Pieter Schoolwerth was on loan from New York, specifically to break synths, to snap microphone cables, and to keep things as lively as possible. And me, Mark Solotroff, I drove the car, I screamed, moaned, shrieked, sweated, etc. Weird, indeed. Three guys who are among my very closest friends and brothers, and one chillingly silent girl, putting on some mileage and attempting to stir things up, night after night (except Isidro on all but this one night. Damn.). Again, why did this thing get made? Why these songs? Because, it is absolutely the most pure example of how out of control this thing could get, given all of the right/wrong circumstances: a heat-wave; vintage analog synthesizers getting beat to hell on a nightly basis; non-existent PA systems; wound-up audiences of various sizes; blood, sweat, and maybe some tears. And basements. Basements do make a difference. So, what about the first and the last track? Well, following the pattern set with the “PHASES : ONE” cassette and the “PHASES : TWO” CD – and I do love patterns, of course – the “PHASES : THREE” parts seek to offer a different process, whereby songs, audience outbreaks, and incidental moments during a show, find their way into a disorienting mixture of sound and texture, blended up and damaged, as if run through an audio In-Sink-Erator, and then get lovingly re-assembled for maximum fidelity (almost). And why “Magnetism,” why these song titles, and why the moon imagery? I have answered that before. My mom – and – it all really happened. Do we learn? Apparently not. For the record, lest you think that this is some sort of low-fidelity mess more suited for a vomit-encrusted cassette tape, the studio processing on "PHASES : THREE (PART ONE)" and "PHASES : THREE (PART TWO)" and pre-production for all six songs was completed at Conservatory, Chicago, Illinois, September 2007, and mastering was skillfully completed by Salvatore Dellaria at Eightysevenwest Recording, Chicago, Illinois, September 2007. Trust me, crank it up and you will feel like you are in that basement at that show. With love and thanks to ROCOCO : PHASE : ONE : Joe, Nicole, Russ, and Tom. Track Listing: Record 1/Side A: "PHASES : THREE (PART ONE)" Record 1/Side B: "GIRLFRIEND ATTEMPTS TO EXPLAIN SCHIZOPHRENIC EPISODE BY REVEALING CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE" Record 2/Side A: "SHOTGUN HELD TO FACE BY SEVERELY CROSSEYED ADDICT WHILE ATTEMPTING TO PHYSICALLY REMOVE GIRLFRIEND FROM KNOWN DRUG HOUSE" Record 2/Side B: "VISITING AN EX-GIRLFRIEND IN THE H
Lunar Eclipse Phases
Lunar Eclipse Phases
A composite image. I went up to Armour Hill, one of the highest points in town I believe, and set up to watch and photograph the lunar eclipse. This being well timed for the Americas and the next one visible from here will be December 20, 2010 overcame any resistance to braving the –14°C temperature. It was a beautiful sight. I had invited a couple of students from the college to join me. I waited in the Price Chopper parking lot for them to show up and I could see the eclipse beginning as the Moon quickly entered the Earth's shadow. It was about 20 minutes later that I finally starting taking photos after setting up a telescope and a couple of tripods. There was about 50 people on the hill including a few Peterborough Astronomical Association members. I had told the PAA I wouldn't show up if no one else did, so I was glad I was not alone. The whole event was one of those rare thrills you experience that whets your appetite for more. I caught a nasty case of Nikon Acquisition Syndrome and am now looking for a cure in either the 300mm or 80-400mm telephotos. :) I introduced a few onlookers to the wonders of telescope viewing. The best moment was the teenage girl who was blown away by seeing Saturn's rings through the telescope. She was astonished at the verisimilitude of what she saw in the eyepiece to what she'd only seen in TV and books. There were a few photographic opportunities that I wish I had given more thought to, but the extreme cold weather kept me from fiddling around. I had a film camera set up for a long exposure so I'm looking forward to see how that turned out. Both students' Pentax K-1000 cameras failed in the extreme cold. My Nikon F3HP worked flawlessly. Hopefully many people took a few moments last night to witness this glorious event. There will be many more as these are natural periodic events. And hopefully many people came away with a sense of what we are losing as we continue to send wasted light into the night sky. Seeing the stars on a night like this should evoke a feeling of awe and wonderment of the universe. I'm certain the few people who stopped by our telescope were impressed.

phases of the moon watch
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