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Without going into a lot of Bolaño here, I’ll just say that Bolaño tends to write very detailed character studies–stories that follow one person throughout his whole life on something of a fruitless quest.
And the details of that person’s life include information about family members and distant relatives.
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) and went to Don Bosco Tech High School (where many of my friends went).
Oscar is Dominican (his mother is from the DR, but he and his sister were born in NJ), but unlike every other Dominican male, Oscar is totally uncool, into geeky sci-fi and D&D and is clearly destined to be a virgin because he is fat with terrible hair and no social skills.
She goes upstairs to her bedroom and calls her boyfriend to talk about their afternoon session in the bleachers and how naughty it was.
Stetson plays a few more songs from like “The Righteous Wrath of an Honorable Man” (which is outstanding) and “A Dream of Water” (which works without Laurie Anderson, although he does say he’s sorry she’s not there).
And most of the time, the introductions to his songs are worth hearing.
I’m sure if they tried to get the speaking level a little louder the music would have sacrificed though, so I think they made the right choice–I only wish there was a transcript available.
He also introduces two news songs “Hunted 1” and “Hunted 2” which show new levels and new styles that Stetson employs.
This is a remarkable set, and Steston is clearly in his element (and the crowd is rapt). It must be very difficult to maintain recording levels for Stetson’s brand of noise–his louds are really loud–but you can’t hear him talk at all.