In which we discuss 1960s art, game shows, and hoarding
Groovy! I loved this sound. It was fun hearing you do something a little different. It still has a Polyester City vibe while sounding different from what you've done before. Pop-art is fascinating to me and I'm always shocked when I run across someone who hates it. Your reduction is perfect, Warhol would approve of only using 24 soup cans since that's what looked best. In another dimension I'm a happy archivist, sorting through papers and artifacts, here I'm just an archivist fanboy.
"So. Much. Fun!" Not only for you but for us as well. Possibly your funnest compilation/performance so far. And the guitar solo hallelujah to massage and archive your own three minutes of fame!
Great tune. This is hip! And I don't know why, it reminds me of Bolland & Bolland "Pop Art". Strange? Probably by association...
Even when you take it in a new direction, Peter, your signature style (and your creative joy) still comes through. I especially love how the rectangles aren't always perfectly in line. It gives movement to the piece-- almost like the cans are dancing along to your groove.
I really like it- it's good to change it up now and again- and dang how about them guitar chops!
Yes! Also, the brains behind Falco!