posted on March 4, 2012 at 2:26 pm
  • mr stewart holt has this to add on the matter of rampion and excelon

    • On a different topic: Perhaps I’m confusing my history but did the collaboration of Lord Rampion and Excelon ultimately threaten the fabric of space and time as (in performing what was to become their final piece) their essences merged and issues of phase and sympathetic resonance began to affect the music of the spheres and, resonating backwards through time, the very words of making? Wasn’t someone forced to make the heart-wrenching decision to stop them, shattering their fused form and sending shards across this and other worlds. I’m intrigued by whether the shards truly became the rocks perched upon by Sirens, parts of David’s harp and Joshua’s horn and the inlays of a very particular Fender bass.

        • I’ve been thinking about Excelon and Rampion.
          in the beginning was energy vibration resonance
          the word
          resounding throughout all of the space and time it brought into being
          its sustain sustaining existence
          energy vibration resonance
          the elements of the baby’s first heart piercing cry
          of the gentle thunder rolling over distant plains
          of the crash of a rose petal and the earth colliding
          of every particle of every molecule of every celestial body
          the essence and whole of the entire symphony of the cosmos
          the musica universalis
          perfection
          safe in its incomparable incomprehensible complexity
          safe from phase cancelation by replication
          safe from the unsympathetic forces of sympathetic resonance
          unattainable and unassailable
          the collaboration of excelon and rampion
          the whole more than the sum of their arts
          perfecting reflecting
          energy vibration resonance…

12 Responses to “addenda”

  1. avatar
    eekie | 4 March 2012 at 2:53 pm #

    Aha! I was wondering what went wrong.
    This world is no place for perfection, so I suppose it had to end this way.

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    BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 4 March 2012 at 3:04 pm #

    That was fantastic work…
    You constantly rise above the past and make
    the future more enjoyable…

    Thanks Killer !!!

    Dazza

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    thetimebeing | 4 March 2012 at 3:33 pm #

    the above entry was all by mr holt esq
    he was notating some facts that came to his mind
    his information and his way of putting it down are commendable!
    sk

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    colette | 4 March 2012 at 4:21 pm #

    I would like to add without seeming pedantic: the matter and spirit of rampion and excelon. Perhaps that’s assumed, as you read on, you might realise but perhaps not. I just think ‘the matter of Rampion and Excelon’ sounds a little reminiscent of a Dickensian legal case when I think it’s more to do with a matter/spirit idea reminiscent of Poe or someone. Although is matter versus spirit? Not necessarily imo.

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    Steven Krut | 4 March 2012 at 5:39 pm #

    As mind-dazzling, universe-warping, orgasm-inducing, time-shattering and paranormally awesome as Rampion and Excelon’s seminal collaboration was, I was utterly shocked the other day to see it used in a Buick commercial. I guess even the primordial music of the spheres ultimately has it’s price…

  6. avatar
    Michel | 4 March 2012 at 7:05 pm #

    I know musical storms are dangerous,
    but I will stand outside anyway
    waiting for the next Rampions’s Fender thunder…

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      Michel | 4 March 2012 at 7:07 pm #

      sorry, it’s Rampion’s Fender Thunder (there can only be one rampion !)

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    That Girl | 4 March 2012 at 7:06 pm #

    A love story , was there to be a happy ending ? Well everyone deserves just one. The last two story’s held us close maybe to close to believe but we wake up and believe don’t we , what have you done to these two. well I’m not playing . Team love and music bring it on !

  8. avatar
    Meg Manestar | 4 March 2012 at 7:37 pm #

    Hmmmm

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    Stewart | 4 March 2012 at 8:51 pm #

    That’s a great compliment from someone whose work I admire – thanks!


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