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This was written for live diffusion on a multichannel system installed on a boat for trip down the Thames.
The idea was to have the piece be part of the extant soundscape and kind of rise up out if and then recede again.
It accomplishes it's task and I was able to spend some time carving and cutting the white noise of the various canal, river and sluice sources while pursuing a more direct notion of music as a plastic art, like sculpture and painting (there's a link the literature on this site somewhere).
For a good look at the Deep South's dark soul and a good example of MCleod's overall work. Jeff is one of Alabama's most prolific performer/composers. A strong heart peering into a hard place. Rick Nance
This music borders dangerously on ambient, but remains compulsively engaging. It isn't the "furniture" of Satie and Eno. Instead it draws the listener into ever more subtle solutions and dust. Rick Nance
I first heard "Light Is A Liquid" in a Berlin concert hall. A surprise from Georgia. Later came "The Wind at Beni Midar". A cellist told me it was a "significant contribution to the cello repertoire" Rick Nance