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Employing a thorough description of a variety of approaches and using the cohering insights of systems theory, they outline the history of communication study and examine communication as a basic life process.
They look like something dreamed up by a child of Grace Hartigan and Gerhard Richter: passages broadly smeared with rags, a few sharp lines brushed in, none of it entirely cohering.
The set doesn't so much bang in as gradually gear up, the musicians cohering around Willie's unpredictable chord shapes, single-note flurries and, most of all, his golden-glow voice.