Genes 03

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“Well….? What did you and Chuck talk about?!”

bb:

Hi Hucka D. Well, we talked about the diagonal, starting at Constantinople. The diagonal in W4N1. I told him that’s how Story Room made their grand entrance into the world of carrcasses, [in] +3 to be exact.

Hucka D.:

You and he became one within that loop. Great! You told him about synchronicity wedged between intent and chance, starting in Dark Side of the Rainbow. That’s where it all starts. That’s where it will always start.

bb:

Yes. DSOTR isn’t chance and it isn’t intent. Not at the core. That leaves synchronicity. That’s the seed. Then the seed sprouts and turns into SID’s 1st Oz. I told him about Bunny Boy “What’s Up Doc?” How perhaps the strangest thing of all is that 8 songs were left from the album after I scoured it for synchs matches in the, let’s see, 4 previous synchs, starting with, um we call that one… hafta check…

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/01/06/c-10-02/

Looks like I decided to call it “Black Man”. That’s the ending track to What’s Up Doc? And that table in [the] “C-10” [post] is that of Carrcass-10.*

Hucka D.:

Did you actually get to watch Carrcass-10? With Chuck I mean?

bb:

Well, we drove out to Frank Park to walk the loop. I should say that although this visit by Chuck of Story Room was similar to that of Roger Pine Ridge, it was channeled from the future this time to make safe.

Hucka D.:

9 months as I understand. Too early. Too soon. But good for safety, yes. Chuck didn’t hit you over the head with a beer bottle in this imaginary channeling session I’m assuming (laughs).

bb:

No. Not this time [around]. He was very cordial as you can imagine, and showed great interest in what I was saying. I was trying to tell him that his work — and I emphasized the later stuff here, like “What’s Up Doc?” — would stand the test of time. This is [the information that] the synchronicities provided me.

Hucka D.:

And your synchronicities, your carrcasses, would [stand the test of time] as well.

bb:

I suppose so, Hucka D. After all, the synchronicities are dependant on the musical and video sources. They have to stand the test of time hand in hand or it doesn’t work. They must go together.

Hucka D.:

So The Shining, “What’s Up Doc?”, and Carrcass-10 all walk together down the road of time.

bb:

I guess so.

Hucka D.:

But he also urged you to [re-]become a composer yourself. He said you are not him, and that you must make your own path.

bb:

True, we shared the loop, walking around and around again and chatting. He said he thought “What’s Up Doc?’ contained a special energy as well. A rekindling of the peak of the golden days. I told him I thought “What’s Up Doc?” was about as strong as “Strange Creek” from 1978. He seemed pleased.

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Hucka D.:

No one likes to hear their glory days are far behind them. True that was [the peak of] their classic period. But you can have several peaks. The carrcasses themselves now have several peaks. And the peaks are the same [between the carrcasses or synchronicities and the Story Room albums in question]. That’s the really cool part. At some point…

bb:

The Diagonal…

Hucka D.:

The two flows latched onto each other. They cannot be separated in time/space. They have intertwined, intermingled. They walk a loop together. But they are not the same.

bb:

I’m trying to remember what else we talked about… took a while to explain the audiovisual synchronicities.

Hucka D.:

Did he accept that “What’s Up Doc?” was composed with Carrcass-10 in the background — The Shining?

bb:

Maybe.

Hucka D.:

He didn’t follow you up the hill. To Priorsburg?

bb:

No. We stopped walking the loop and got back in the car to go home. He had to leave the next day.

Hucka D.:

You watched synchronicities that night?

bb:

We watched “What’s Up Doc?” The videos.

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* I got confused here and didn’t finish my train of thought. I was attempting to explain to Chuck that 7 of the remaining 8 (of 19 total) tracks of What’s Up Doc?, the ones I had left over after the mentioned “scouring”, were then employed in Carrcass-10. And they fit *perfectly* each and every one. No holes. “How could this be?” I asked Chuck as we continued to pace around the loop. We were nearing the bridge across the creek that led from the mostly drained pond. I later counted the rungs: 19 total.

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