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Lee Lee et Le Bus

Today I found evocative music on Vagabond Streams by an experimental sound artist in Japan. It hugely influenced my editing direction in Ep 23, largely footage shot on the cement slab of Big Bend Dance Space, under construction in the Chihuahuan desert.

Lee Lee et Le Bus

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Ep 23 Dance for Sound #5678


  • kurt montgomery says:

    Okay what are you guys up to!!

  • Hey Brother, we’re sharing beautiful music that Paul puts a lot of time into finding and unearthing for listeners and hey, VStreams is featuring my weekly multimedia podcast!

  • Love this …. fun and thought provoking.

  • Great to hear there’s love! Thanks Darcy.

  • Leralee, do not have the words to say how much I loved this! First, I collect kaleidoscopes, so I was captured immediately. The dance in concert with the music was perfect, the incorporation of the landscape of Terlingua, along with my favorite ocotillo (what I called Chihulys until I learned their true name) was lovely. Thank you…,,,

  • Darcy, I’m so glad there was so much resonance with episode 2. I also love you’re familiar with the terrain where the video was shot. 🙂

  • Carolyn White Hammond says:

    Glad to see that your thought provoking creativity continues & that you have fallen in love with the desert. Aunt Carolyn

  • Greenwell says:

    Hats off to Leralee and Paul, whose heart felt expression of head, hands, and spirit, rock the place in life of daring greatly to raise the roof with inspiring creation. Thank you.

  • Brigitte ✿ says:

    Hi Lee Lee! I love this an incredible amount for reasons I can’t even explain. Every Thursday or Friday I just get so excited to see what you’ve been working on, and the creative awesome-sauce stuff you put out. It looks so fun and I’m always really amazed and inspired by the end of it. I love you!
    Your Neice,
    Brigitte (◠‿◠✿)

  • RD says:

    So great to have this weekly update from the desert! The combining of improvisation and graphics works for me and seems to be getting more expert each week. Looking forward to the next.

  • So happy, to see such support coming from other creatives I know well, with the last several comments from my 13 year old niece, to my 82 yr old mother, to fomer stage collaborator ( hi RD! ). Thanks everyone.

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