Thursday, January 28, 2010

DISTURB THE AIR

In just a few days (February 2, 2010 to be exact) my album Disturb The Air will be available as a download from iTunes. Hooray!

This is possibly my personal favorite of the six Dimentia 13 albums, which will all be released as downloads this year. I say "possibly" because which one is my favorite depends on what day you ask me. Here is an on-line review of the album if you want to know what somebody else thinks of it. Please avoid the download they posted. It's crappy and what's worse, I don't get paid for it.

The legit download comes from Smog Veil Records. It's not up on their site yet. But when it is, you'll also be able to download from them eight pages of liner notes in PDF format that I put together about the writing, recording and producing of the album as well as some of the contemporary reviews and articles about it. It's now on Amazon for pre-ordering as are the rest of the Dimentia 13 albums.

Disturb The Air was the third Dimentia 13 album. It came out in 1989, though it was recorded in 1988. The producer was Glenn Rehse of the band Plasticland. Their compilation album Make Yourself a Happening Machine is something you must own in order to be cool. Returning the favor, I appeared on You Need a Fairy Godmother, Plasticland's live album with Twink who was a former member of The Pretty Things and sometime drummer for Syd Barrett.

Although Disturb The Air was the third Dimentia 13 album, it was the first to be recorded with a real band. I had played pretty much all of the instruments on the first two records with the exception of a couple of keyboard parts. But by the time it came to record the third album I had moved from Akron, Ohio to Chicago and had been playing live there with a band.

I’d gotten word that Glenn Rehse of Plasticland liked the first two Dimentia 13 albums a lot and wanted to work with us. I was already a huge fan of Plasticland and this seemed like a dream come true. Glenn was just a couple hours north in Milwaukee, so we met and talked and decided it could be done.

It was loads of fun to do this album, even though we had to drive two hours to the studio in Milwaukee. It was great to hang out with Glenn and get to experience his vast collection of amazing 60s memorabilia.

It's also cool to revisit a time in my life that I haven't written very much about. It's ironic to me that Zero Defex (0DFx), whose sole recorded output up until 2007 consisted of a handful of tracks on two compilation albums have eclipsed Dimentia 13 who recorded six full-length albums (although the sixth one was unreleased, until later this year when the download comes out). But I guess that's the way things go. But at the time these albums were being recorded I was giving my all to making Dimentia 13 a successful band. I feel like we were artistically successful even though we never had a hit record.

I began practicing zazen and studying Buddhism just before I started making the Dimentia 13 records. When I listen to them now I can hear little hints dropped into the lyrics. But I didn't want to sound preachy and end up like George Harrison with his annoying Hare Krishna albums (although those are my personal favorites of his records), so I never clearly stated that I was drawing lots of inspiration from Buddhism. In fact, much of what reviewers at the time saw as drug-influenced psychedelia in the lyrics was actually my own warped take on Buddhist philosophy. Ironically, my drug days were long over before the psychedelic band Dimentia 13 came to be.

The article I've posted on the bottom of this piece comes from the Milwaukee Journal in 1989 and tells a lot about the making of the album.

You've got about a week to save up your money for the download. Better get started now!

96 comments:

Anonymous said...

Got it bitches!

Harry said...

42!!!

Ah, Fuuuuu.....

mysteriosis said...

Lysergic Mental Vibrations..

Psilocybin Spot..

"much of what reviewers at the time saw as drug-influenced psychedelia in the lyrics was actually my own warped take on Buddhist philosophy."

Whot-evER Brad..

Brad Warner said...

Hey Mysteriosis, those are the titles of instrumentals. No lyrics in them at all. And, yeah, I had fun with cheezy drug imagery. So what?

I found it amusing to reverse what was done in the Sixties. Back then they made veiled drug references without mentioning drugs. So I would use direct drug references as veiled allusions to Buddhism (see "Psychedelic Mushroom Cloud Explosion").

mellowisyellow1218 said...

This is for your new blog but it wouldn't let me post my comment:

I, like many, was excited at the new ideas and possibilities the elected part offered us. However, I do feel like he is speaking from a TeleprompTer rather than speaking genuinely to the American people. In my opinion, he is yet another elected mouthpiece for the puppet masters of the Illuminati (or corporations) that are really behind the decisions made for this country. It speaks volumes for our Nation when we put a spending freeze on things of major importance such as Education while private spending is the real problem. The question it raises for me is are we really still a democracy? Great points Joe, and of course I always enjoy some Stewart.

mellowisyellow1218 said...

This is for your new blog but it wouldn't let me post my comment:

I, like many, was excited at the new ideas and possibilities the elected part offered us. However, I do feel like he is speaking from a TeleprompTer rather than speaking genuinely to the American people. In my opinion, he is yet another elected mouthpiece for the puppet masters of the Illuminati (or corporations) that are really behind the decisions made for this country. It speaks volumes for our Nation when we put a spending freeze on things of major importance such as Education while private spending is the real problem. The question it raises for me is are we really still a democracy? Great points Joe, and of course I always enjoy some Stewart.

PhilBob-SquareHead said...

I always thought it was cool that some of the best psychedelia came from straight edge musicians.

Frank Zappa
Ted Nugent (While in 'The Amboy Dukes')
Eric Dolphy (Free Jazz artist)

...well, I guess that's it...
OK, more 'shrooms everybody!!!

(just kidding, drugs are harmful and only turn your brains to mush)

Mysteriosis said...

Brad: I like the music, but I think you know what sells. Sex sells. Drugs sell.. Buddhism doesn't sell that much. If you want to maintain the songs are about Buddhism, fine. Just don't tell me it's raining while you pee on my head.

john e mumbles said...

Zzzzzzzzz PLASTICLAND??? You knew a dude that was in Plasticland??? Now THATS impressive! zzzzzzzZ

Anonymous said...

as big fan of Dmencha13 I am curious to know if you would consider writing new material under this name to continue the spirit of that venture forward....are you writing any music these days at all
would you consider such work again?

Anonymous said...

add this to my obscure psychedelia collection. really excited to hear the music of one of my favorite authors (hardcore punk isn't really my thing)

Anonymous said...

Mysteriosis said:

"Brad: I don't like the music, but I know I think you know what sells. Sex sells. Drugs sell.. Buddhism sells that much. If you want to maintain the songs are about Buddhism, that's not fine. Just tell me it's raining while you pee on my head. Please. Spank me."

Mellowisyellow1218 said:

"In my hackneyed incorporated, co-opted counter-culture opinion, I am yet another self-elected mouthpiece for the puppet masters of the Illuminati (or folk like me - red or blue ) that's really behind the decisions made for this country."

Nansen, for fuck sake, CUT THE FUCKING CAT!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

"Moron" was coined in 1910 by psychologist Henry H. Goddard[3] from the Ancient Greek word μωρός (moros), which meant "dull" (as opposed to "sharp"), and used to describe a person with a mental age located between 8 and 12 on the Binet scale.[4] It was once applied to people with an IQ of 51-70, being superior in one degree to "imbecile" (IQ of 26-50) and superior in two degrees to "idiot" (IQ of 0-25). The word moron, along with others including "retarded", "idiotic", "imbecilic", "stupid", and "feeble-minded", was formerly considered a valid descriptor in the psychological community, but it is now deprecated by psychologists.[5]

Following opposition to Goddard's attempts to popularize his ideas,[6] Goddard recanted his earlier claims about the moron: "It may still be objected that moron parents are likely to have imbecile or idiot children. There is not much evidence that this is the case. The danger is probably negligible, Mysteriosis.

Anonymous said...

If you want a hoot, Dimentia 13 live. Groovy shades, man.

From the Friday Club (Chicago cable TV) in 1988

Bradedelic

Mr. Reee said...

The video is pretty cool, but did the bass player step in cat?

Anonymous said...

where is simon cowell when you need him?

Anonymous said...

where else would he be, and when?

Anonymous said...

where am I?

Anonymous said...

This music is just the worst. Maybe a little funny but as music terrible.. Does anyone want to listen to this stuff more than once?

Brad Warner said...

Oh the Friday Club stuff. That's the line-up that recorded Disturb The Air. But we didn't do any of the material from that record on the show because it wasn't out yet. Wait! We did play "Get Me Outta Sing Sing" over the closing credits, though.

Still, this sounds waaaaayyyy different from the album! Glenn Rehse really transformed our sound into this great stratospheric mind melt.

I think our bass player stepped in Nansen's cat!

Anonymous said...

Be lucky to sell 10 copies of that album. Ive heard better sounds from my dogs mouth when he vomits.

CynicalBoy said...

At last - a whole pile of relevant comments. Brad seems to have got his post just right for his audience. Thanks to 21 year old music we can now study the matter of the ineffible. So why does Brad come across so differently in person? Perhaps because he knows his audiences so well? Now don't go shouting at me just because I'm saying the house is on fire and the money lenders are in the Temple...

anon #108 said...

Hi cynical boy (not a bad thing. I am not shouting)-

Seems to me Brad has a job as a writer and occasional musician. He also practices, writes about, and teaches zazen.

That the presentation of the books and music differs from the presentation of the 'Buddhism' - in some respects (does it?) - should not surprise anyone, nor raise suspicion, I suggest.

That Brad's job involves selling his books and music - likewise.

That folks post about what they want to post about - likewise.

That cynical folks see cynical manipulation in others - likewise.

anon #108 said...

Brad - can you forward my $50 to Dogen Sangha UK.

Cheers.

CynicalBoy said...

Absolutely agree 108 - how OCD of me to think that there could be a Blog for music, a Blog for Zen and a Blog for random stuf. After all, Zen is/is not everything. Why not incorporate it all into a single Zen-Punk-Randomness lifestyle Blog? If he were in our shoes I'm sure Gotama would be at the record store right now. Just imagine the kind of legacy he could leave then - teachings AND a record collection. Not to mention Dogen with that whole collecting vintage cars thing...

Rich said...

Actually Gotama was quite the music fan. Played a mean flute. If he was with us today, I think he would encourage music appreciation.

Harry said...

Zen blows!!!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Komuso

Regards,

Harry.

mysteriosis said...

Rich, That is true about Gotama. Another little known fact is that Jesus Christ was a concert pianist who enjoyed football.

Ran K. said...
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implard said...

Cynical boy (et al)- what ARE you doing here? Brad Warner's clearly not your ideal of how to disseminate the faith of Zen Buddhism©. Why not seek out what you're looking for elsewhere?

Or, if you'd like more Dharma-chat from BW you might try asking nicely, instead of just bitchin. But he's said before he don't reckon a blog is the place to do that. (A 'forum'... maybe)

So why make yourself unhappy? Take up a more constructive hobby than buddhist interwebs flaming.

folic said...

Just because I think Brad's music is bad doesn't mean it's bad. Brad has named some acts that he doesn't like, some of them hugely successful. I like hip-hop.

Ben Newell said...

Mayonaise tastes bad to me too.

anon #108 said...

Hi again Cynical - I had a few spare moments, so I did some research:

The last 10 posts on Brad's "Hardcore Zen" blog since Xmas. The blog is subtitled "A blog about zen and other stuff by Brad Warner":

25 Dec FELIZ NAVIDAD - (religion/ritual)

27 Dec MEXICO TRIP REPORT - (Mexico/Music/Religion)

31 Dec HAPPY NEW YEAR... - (Short post + announcement re Zazen zt Hill St)

03 Jan TIGER WOODS MUST RENOUNCE BUDDHISM AND BECOME A CHRISTIAN (brief post, with link to article, on Woods/Christianity/Buddhism)

07 Jan BRIT HUME...(etc) - Lengthy post re Hume/Woods/Christianity/Buddhism)

14 Jan PAT ROBERTSON SAYS STUPID SHIT HOORAY - (the "religious right")

15 Jan ZEN AND YOGA RETREAT TOMORROW - (brief post: announcement)

20 Jan INVITING THE BELL -(lengthy post examimg 'zen-speak')

22 Jan FINNISH DOCUMENTARY - (brief post, incl 2 vid clips re zazen)

28 Jan DISTURB THE AIR (Brad promotes and discusses his music)

***********************************

I make that 9 out of 10 posts about, or related to, Zen/Buddhism (admittedly only 'in the modern world' - not sutras and such) and 1 on "other stuff". What was your point again?

NB As this is an unmoderated blog Brad cannot be held responsible for his commenter's comments.

anon #108 said...

Brad - my money hasn't arrived yet.
I can make life difficult you know.

Ran K. said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Rich said...

mysteriosis said...
Rich, That is true about Gotama. Another little known fact is that Jesus Christ was a concert pianist who enjoyed football.

Is that documented? -) OK, I admit that Gotama's flute playing was documented 200 hundred years after he died but they had a much better oral tradition back then so I don't think they just made up shit like some people do today -)

mysteriosis said...

Rich, Yes, I don't think people would embellish the reputation of the founder of a religion either. That would just be weird.. It is said that the Buddha was a really good musician.. His flute playing was as delicate as a thin strand of smoke, drifting and curling gently. Slowly the thin strand expanded. It became the sound of one lotus, then slowly, a thousand lotuses. Even the birds of the forest stopped to listen to the Buddha. This is all factual by the way. Ironically, Some of his songs seemed to be about drug use but they were actually about his own newly discovered philosophy.

Rich said...

mysteriosis, I like the way you tie everything togehter so well, It's a shame more people don't play the flute like in the old days.

Anonymous said...

I'll bet mysteriosis has a case of hairy palms from playing the skin flute.

Mr. Reee said...

"Thanks to 21 year old music we can now study the matter of the ineffible."

Naw, naw, you need something *at least* 65-70 years old for that kind of work...

... something like Annette Hanshaw maybe?

anon #108 said...

Many Thanks, Reee.

I am currently reading the Ramopakhyana (story of Rama) from the Mahabharata - in sanskrit of course. As an exegetical summary of the climax of the work your film clip will prove to be an invaluable aid, I'm sure.

But ineffable?
I effed it immediately.

Mr. Reee said...

"But ineffable?
I effed it immediately."

Effing is a big part of the story, I think.

(BTW--it's worth watching the whole thing if one has the time. http://sitasingstheblues.com/ )

anon #108 said...

That looks effing marvellous, Reee!

I have it bookmarked.
I shall make time!

Mysteriosis said...

Anon: That comment really hurt.. How did you know I have a problem with palm hair?

Jinzang said...

I am currently reading the Ramopakhyana (story of Rama) from the Mahabharata - in sanskrit of course.

I think you mean the Ramayana. Nice story, but as I recall it takes more excursions than Moby Dick. They'll interrupt the main story with a little fable and then a character in the fable will tell another story to make a point. So you've got this stack of pending stories.

Sanskrit is a cool language and in another life I'd spend more time studying it, but Java pays the bills and Sanskrit does not.

anon #108 said...

No, Jinz - the Ramopakhyana: the name given to the story as it appears in the Mahabharata. The Ramayana - as I'm sure you know - is the title of the epic poem attributed to Valmiki, a distinct work.

Jinzang said...

Oh. Live and learn.

Sean said...

Holey shmoley. I know (of) a someone - a Buddhist, may I say? - listed in iTunes, Lala, and Amazon.com MP3 downloads, too - http://www.lala.com/#artist/Dimentia_13 and http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002WXWQVE/ref=dm_dp_adp?ie=UTF8&qid=1264827340&sr=8-2 not to tip the hat to promotions, insomuch - what what!

Mysterion said...

Anti Vietnam war slogans...

WAY too late. That should have been 1968, not 1988...

"American Author J D Salinger Dies at 91" and he was protesting the war 40+ years ago.

Back THEN and recently.

You can't be there, you can only be here.

p.s. Kōji Tamaki is 10 years my junior.

mysteriosis said...

Anonymous said... "fuck you all.
buddhism is for pansies who want to live in some peaceful la-la land.
Join the real world motherfuckers and commit to a real religion."

Oh Harry you kidder!

Brad Warner said...

Actually, at the time I considered the music I made to be an artistic expression of what I was learning through zazen & Buddhist study. In some ways I find the songs expressed it better than I can do in prose. They also express the understanding of a younger person, which can be valuable as well.

The first song on the fist Dimentia 13 album (download available soon) is called "We Are" and is about nothing other than zazen.

Here we are doing that song about 4 years after it was written. See if you can spot the references to Gautama's Enlightenment under the Bodhi tree and the oneness vs. multitudinousness dichotomy in Zen philosophy. It's all there better than I can say it even now.

Sean said...

That's deep, Brad.

Fave'd.

In all my naive study, I've seen multitudinousness/oneness represented of Taoism - 10,000 things and one Tao. I've yet to find a teaching that relates it under a Zen lineage, though I could like to say that I sense that it relates naturally. One mind.

Abject riff: ...and one collective unconscious, as represented in the theories of C.G. Jung. Cattails!

Anonymous said...

why I love dim incha thirst een

this is the music of my youth, but it isn't anything I heard during those days
thus it takes me back (to the spirit of those days) with none of the memory associations of those times
it's all fresh and subsequently refreshing

I like the songs a lot
there is a surprise in each song, like a box of cracker jacks--a twist of word in the lyrics, or a musical phrase referencing that era

I feel cheerful after listening

so I reckon I'm a fan

mysteriosis said...

Fuck! I couldn't spot the references to Gautama's Enlightenment under the Bodhi tree and the oneness vs. multitudinousness dichotomy in Zen philosophy. However, I did pick up on the subtle LSD references. you bad Brad. And, I have to admit you are a decent player. It's true. The singing is weak but I think that is because you are holding back a little and going for laughs. And like videojay noticed, incredible hip audience..

CynicalBoy said...

There is no such thing as 'Zen' - it is simply an abbreviation of 'Zazen' - a simple form of action - so in reality there is no such thing as 'Punk Zen' - Brad's interests are 'Punk' and 'Zen' which makes him kind of groovy I guess - but let's not pretend that 'Punk' songs are an expedient means of spreading the Dharma - certainly not in the way that a text such as Fukan Zazengi outlines both the philosophy and pratice of Zazen - will we remember Dimentia 13 in 2800 AD? - I'm a little (dare I say?) cynical about that one

Voice of Reason said...

- Cynicalboy,

Well, I know what you mean but there is 'such a thing' called zen. It may be an abbreviation of a simple form of action, but it's also the term that's been applied for some centuries to an approach and practice within "Buddhism". It's in the dictionary, so...

I think there's room for Buddhist-influenced psychedeli-punk AND fukanzazengi, no? There are other places where the classic texts get debated. This is a different kinda place, usually. But you can still go for whatever you fancy in the comments section.

Harry said...

Myseriosis,

Not guilty, bro/sis... I was too busy paying off a CIA contact of mine to influence the Martian government to have Obama encased in World Trade Centre steel and shot into deep space... Don't go getting paranoid on me though.

Regards,

Harry/ 108/ Stalin/ Deep Throat/ Gene Pitney etc etc etc...

Rich said...

Brad, Have you considered auditioning for America's Got Talent?

Your guitar rocks but your vocals need work. Also, ditch the wig and sunglasses. Keep the babe but show some skin.

mysteriosis said...

Rich said: "It's a shame more people don't play the flute like in the old days."

Aye Rich, I know what you mean.. but there are a few old fossils left.

Harry said...

That's an imposter!!!

Brad Warner said...

Rich, it wasn't a wig!

Jaeger said...

Cynical boy,

We still remember Ikkyu for banging the hell out of some geisha in his robes.

Who's to say we won't remember Brad Warner for his music?

chicur said...

That was really great Harry..

jfc said...

LA LA film making at its most perverse is still LA LA film making - as long as you drive (or are chauffeured in) a Bentley. When you try to remove "the King" from Elvis and place it on Ixeus, what the hell do you expect?

more

Rich said...

Mysteriosis said
Aye Rich, I know what you mean.. but there are a few old fossils left.

I was always a Jethro Tull fan but when I saw him live about 10 years ago, I was blown away. For ancestral reasons, I would like to know where Madden's bar is.

Brad, whoops about the wig, but I really did like your guitar. There's not that many talented guitar players anymore, or maybe I'm just living a sheltered life.

Harry said...

Cheers, Chicur.

'There was hair on that one' as we say over here.

I blow a hairy flute... I'll just stop it now.

Rich, Maddens' is in Belfast city centre:

http://tinyurl.com/yf4jnns

Regards,

H.

john e mumbles said...

In the Sufi tradition, intuition can access the nabi, the prophet in oneself. Perhaps 20+ years ago you were sending yourself a message in the future, Brad. The future, as they say, is Now.

Mysterion said...

In one arcane Buddhist tradition, you send yourself little thought messages from the last birth-life-death cycle into this birth-life-death cycle so that you can tweak (improve) this birth-life-death cycle and perhaps escape from mara (temptation - a.k.a. desire for "MORE").

In other words, you are your own invisible hands which guide you through the rather circuitous paths of this realm of hell.

The good news is, why say: "Go to hell" when that is exactly where you, and the person to whom you are speaking, dwell?

john e mumbles said...

We completely take for granted that we know what this life, this body, these thoughts are in reality, when all that is nothing but arbitrary impressions based on the likes and dislikes of an illusory construct.

mysteriosis said...

I wonder who jfc could be.. it's a fucking mystery.

father, sun, ghost said...

If JFC is a Suth'n Baptis'?

Nah, he ain't no a Suth'n Baptis'

But the King was...

anon #108 said...

Smashing fluting, H!

I was given O'Neill's Music of Ireland many years ago and I have a bash through it now and then - but reading the dots off the page ain't quite the same thing as what you're doing. Not at all at all.

mysteriosis said...

Harry: How does one go about illegally downloading.. Err purchasing the "The Pleasures of Hope" CD in The U.S.A.? Is it even available over here? There aren't any gimmicky drug references in it are there?

Harry said...

M,

'The Pleasures of Dope' is not available to buy, or steal, as a download as far as I'm aware. It's a low-key sort of a release.

Regards,

H.

vighilin said...

Paying yourself compliments now Harry (3.42am)?

Seek help.

Harry said...

Yeah, I'm just great, and my insidious pop music makes me millions!

Regards,

Harry.

mysteriosis said...

vighilin: I could use some help myself. What are your rates?

mysteriosis said...

Harry: Have you ever considered a pomeranian fur wig? It might be the jump start you need. Just a thought.

Pope Pimp said...

Anonymous mysteriosis said...
"I wonder who jfc could be.. it's a fucking mystery."

Jesus, the janitor. Jesus Manuel Diego de la Cruz?

mysteriosis said...

M: that was sarcasm.. one and one is still three right?.

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Uno said...

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Anonymous said...

new post on Hoo U.

New Poem said...

Hoo u?
Who dat?
I smells a rat.

ravi said...

I'm going to be honest with you Brad. I didn't read your blog post, I might though. Maybe later. Thought this would be a fast way of getting my little rant to you. I just finished reading your Hardcore Zen book and I'm recommending it to the lot of my friends who think I've gone out of my mind. It's funny how one really can't explain it, but it's right there you know. It's like "you" have to go through supreme delusion to see what was there the whole time. The brain poops out little confusion balls called words. But anyways thanks man, thanks a lot. The only book I've read that cut straight through the bullshit. Sort of like hey asshole wanna know the truth, you gotta fuckin' die first. But yeah thanks man.

Anonymous said...

i am firmly against drug use, unless i have some...

Blizedia said...

The only book I've read that cut straight through the bullshit. Sort of like hey asshole wanna know the truth, you gotta fuckin' die first. But yeah thanks man.

A lot of people feel that way when they read the first book. Then they read the second and third book, and they are not so sure. Then they hang around here for awhile and see Brad in action over time, and the whole illusion goes out the window.

What you may find is that there are lots of assholes who don't do Zen for 20 years, and lots of assholes who do Zen for 20 years and are still assholes.

CynicalBoy said...

Blizedia, we are all assholes and some (like you and me) hang around here saying that. This pisses off some of the other assholes cause they don't want to be seen as assholes. But give them their due, they accept us as the assholes we are which is a very 'Zen' thing to do and certainly a good start...

anon #108 said...

"...and the whole illusion goes out the window."

Usually a good thing, Blizedia.

Anonymous said...

"A lot of people feel..." wrote Blizedia.

Do you mean you felt, Blizedia? Or maybe you can refer us to documentary evidence of the research you've undertaken?

vaporun said...

Brad: Awesome cover art! Did you do the artwork? Will the liner notes include a lyrics sheet and photos?

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