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young-hae chang heavy industries

Is it possible that I can recommend something more highly than Y0UNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES PRESENTS. What is it? Ummm, it's moving poetry set to the most excellently chosen of jazz. Please take that with a grain of salt, though, becuase it's the coolest way I've ever seen poetry presented on the web. Just go look at dakota and let your ass be blown away.

I don't know how long it will take to load on a dial-up connection, but it should be OK, and so, So, SO worth it! The sound is really a must. Omigod.


I saw DAKOTA at the Whitney Museum in NY. Watched it through three times in a row, I loved it so much. I've been trying to find out which particular Art Blakey drum solo it is. Do you know?