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The Chaos Theory & The Blues:
The Philadelphia Spirit Experiment, Blue
How Carl Gardner & The Coasters sneezed causing
The Beatles to impact The Chaos Theory.
The Chaos Theory explains the impact
of the Blues on modern music.
In general, the Chaos Theory is the study of forever changing
complex systems. The specific complex system being studied at
is the human mind (The Experiment). The method for
examining the human mind - the
impact of the Blues on modern music.
Whereas the science of Chaos tends to focus on
mathematical concepts of recursive process or a set of differential equations, The
Experiment models a system based on the creation of music.
The publishing of The Experiment was started December 25, 1994 and is on-going.
Three Cool Cats
In the year 1958, Carl Gardner & The Coasters recorded the Leiber-Stoller song,
3 Cool Cats. Who would have thought that some ten
years later The Beatles would cover the song? Not only would they cover
the song, but they also experimented with it. This spirit for
continued to make modern music resemble a chaotic system. For instance,
Techno Bad Bones' version of
Helter Skelter takes The Beatles sound and twists
even further. Or, how about The Beatless Sense Mongers'
ironic twist with Love Me Do?
have ever predicted such an outcome?
If you would like to add to the chaos, feel free to
obtain a free copy.
Hear The Chaos
- Carl Gardner's
3 Cool Cats 6M
- The Beatles'
3 Cool Cats 949k
Bad Bones & The.... Helter Skelter
- coolend.wav 3M
Sense Mongers: Love Me Do (MP3 Soundtrack)
Streaming Video or
DivX / MPEG4
- The Beatless Sense Mongers:
Come Together (MP3)
This work was supported by
We thank Carl Gardner,
Industrial Noize Pollution,
& Larry Feldman
for making The Experiment possible.
- Basic Chaos
- Chaos Theory and Music
- What is a chaotic system?
Autobiography of Carl Gardner
- Quantum Kinks and the Growth
Resistance of Atomically Rough Helium-4 Crystals
- Recipe for a Healthy, Heapin' Portion of
Blue-Eyed Soul Blues