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Desc:Moog synthesizer, harmonium, banjo and tea kettle.
Category:Religious
Tags:70s, banjo, hippies, Moog, Time Cube
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:05/30/15
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Old_Zircon
I remember hearing a long time ago that Gene Ray had been circulating Time Cube literature in print for decades before the web site went up, but I can never find any information on that. I've always wondered if he inspired this song (the title, at least).
Old_Zircon
Also worth noting is Roger's consistent inability to pronounce the word "integral."

Old_Zircon
Incidentally, it looks like thegreatestthinker.com and thewisesthuman.com are both down, I hope Gene Ray is OK.

fluffy
timecube.com is up but ironically it's impossible to know how long it's been since it updated.

Also there seems to be some randomly-served-up ad crap on it which makes me think the site might have been hacked at one point.

Old_Zircon
I've got adblock and noscript so I never saw the ads before. I think some of the text is different than it was a year or two ago last time I looked but it's hard to tell.

My top 3 favorite people I've gotten to hang out and have a proper conversation with are Charlie Gocher, Nik Turner and Gene Ray. He must be in his late 80s at least by now, I hope he's still around looking out for the rest of us SnotBrain androids.

Oscar Wildcat
I could really enjoy this song if Rog would just shut the fuck up and play, you know?
Old_Zircon
Learning how to tune out lyrics and appreciate bad singing as abstract sounds opened up massive vistas of previously unlistenable music for me.

Old_Zircon
If I remember right, the Lear Jet song by The Byrds is his fault, too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_UWfthPEjQ

Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
I remember once getting into pretty nice jam accompanying a boiling kettle
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