Bill MacKay :: Movie House/Sala de Cine

When improvisor Bill MacKay spoke with Aquarium Drunkard before, he evoked the dim of the movie house in his work. "Cinema's always been important, and music that has that cinematic edge to it especially interests me. I think a lot of the things that have hit me really heavily have some of those filmlike qualities to them." Now American Dreams Records releases Movie House | Sala de Cine, a book of poems from Bill MacKay. The noted Chicago musician wrote in English and then translated each to Spanish, with editorial assistance from Luis Jorge Boone. Today, AD presents "Oddly colored . . .

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