- — Ricardo De Force (@shelleyanorphan)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:39:43
- This was around the 15 minute mark:
- — Ricardo De Force (@shelleyanorphan)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:44:39
- — Larry Ryan (@larry_ryan)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:30:21DJ on 6 Music is playing "In C" which is about 40 minutes long. Would be funny if he plays it all and just goes to the pub for a while.
- — thomas ravenscroft (@tom_ravenscroft)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:44:14@larry_ryan Hi Larry, I'm responsible and promise I am not in the pub. Though I do still have time.
- — Gerald Foote (@freddyfoot)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:46:51
- Probably nearing 25 minutes now:
- — Gerald Foote (@freddyfoot)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:55:03
- — David Easson (@DavidEasson)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:57:03Whatever @BBC6Music are playing right now, can you stop? I'm trying to sleep. I can't handle another ten years if it's going to be like this
- At this point either hysteria or enjoyment seemed to set in...
- — Jane, Lady Jane (@localnotail)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:56:14@tom_ravenscroft Track is glacially long. Species have gone extinct since it started. Have you gone out for a smoke, or did yr pizza arrive?
- — Larry Ryan (@larry_ryan)Wed, Mar 21 2012 22:47:29@tom_ravenscroft Just realised it was you.Nice work.Firstly,because it's a great tune. And secondly, for the spare time reasons I suggested.
Last night whist covering for another DJ Tom Ravenscroft played a 42 minute track composed and performed by Terry Riley. Not only is this quite a long track for the wireless but its also quite an experimental one. Reaction to the piece on @twiter was as follows;