The original Echo's bones album, second by Godot, first for the Paradise for Parasites label. A co-signed design/artwork by Godot & the french artist Pauline Laperrière, and a very natural print by Kamarade. Hold on & breathe. Also includes immediate download of 12 tracks album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Echo's Bones’ is a short story by Samuel Beckett. Originally written in 1933, the story was unpublished until 2014. The title is an allusion to the myth of Echo and Narcissus, in the version told in Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book III. In particular, the line "Echo's bones were turned to stone" is in Beckett's Dream of Fair to Middling Women notebook.
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Echo's Bones, finally published 80 years after it was written, is a wonderful, mind-bending curiosity that points teasingly both towards and away from Beckett's later development as a writer. Beckett had form when it came to not allowing the reprinting of early works, but in the cases of Mercier and Camier (in prose, but Godot in utero) and "First Love" he relented; his highly protective estate let through, eventually, the pre‑Godot play Eleutheria and the 1932 novel Dream of Fair to Middling Women; but not "Echo's Bones", until now.
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SOMEWHERE, in an alternate universe, Echo’s Bones was published as the final story in Samuel Beckett’s first story collection, More Pricks Than Kicks. Widely appreciated for its witty allusiveness, Echo’s Bones made Beckett’s name as a writer, and he went on to publish many more works in the same vein: chatty, obscure dialogues in which the existence of the characters seems to them to be established only by their blather.
Waiting for Godot consists of two men unable to act, move, or think in any significant way while they kill time waiting for a mysterious man, Godot. The characters fail to realize that this very act of waiting is a choice; instead, they view it as a mandatory part of their daily routine. Even when these men manage to make a conscious decision, they can’t translate that mental choice into a physical act. They often "decide" to leave the stage, only to find that they are unable to move. Such inaction leads to stagnancy and repetition in the seemingly endless cycle of their lives. What is the barrier between the decision to act and action itself in Waiting for Godot? Why are the men unable to move after they’ve decided to do so? Are Vladimir and Estragon condemned to wait for Godot, or is the act of waiting a choice itself? Does Lucky’s position as a servant seem to be a choice on his part? Chew on This.
|1||Life On A Ring (Hold On)||4:20|
|2||Souls & Hearts||5:01|
|3||Follow Me Around||3:21|
|5||What Kind Of Lies?||4:27|
|7||Can't Forget Your Pain||3:08|
|12||Sheep Then Meat||4:19|