Charles Amirkhanian: Walking Tune

In the end, Charles Amirkhanian is really an anthropologist. His music is descriptive, specific, lush, and oddly exotic. Listening to his pieces, or falling into them, eventually becomes a visual experience. I'm reminded of Brian Eno's music for imaginary films, although Charles takes this idea much farther. While Eno creates a soundtrack, a mood, Charles uses things likes thunderstorms, carousels, birds, and machines to create imaginary spaces filled with characters, voices, motion, and colorful magical drama. —Laurie Anderson (from album notes to Walking Tune)

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