It Needs It Glossary

accelyarando:
accelerando
affinity postulation:*

1. the phenomenon of ‘reaching for understanding’ without the information tenets that are accepted as true, but instead "reaching" with respect to what one feels and senses

2. postulation with respect to affinity dynamics and affinity insight

3. learning with respect to one’s basic nature (or way of doing things) and/or feeling (Braxton, 498)

Am Toilet Poop:
Moppa Elliott (anagram)
antagagnosticism:

1. of, or relating to the persecution of both born agains and atheists by agnostic folk

2. the lazy, blatantly arrogant mindset of the religiously insecure

3. preachers of the phrase "its just as insane to say there is a like as to say there isn’t
an and"

Aol Emit Plop:
Moppa Elliott (anagram)
Apparatus:
baritone saxophone key clamp for the right hand
Bass Evans:

1. Charles Evans

2. best ever

beaut:
beautiful
bob mover:
the minor third
Book of:
short for the Book of Charle
brosif:
brother
brothern:
brothers
Bruce:

1. Nothing

2. For no reason

3. space

Bruce Button:
The "low A" key on the baritone saxophone
Coalition:

1. Christian Pincock

2. refers to born again Christians

chomatic:
chromatic
climactic:
having climax-oriented qualities
composty:
composition
continuo:
bass
counterparts:
Refers to subject being discussed
criweak:
weak
Dakar:

1. Ones conduct and usage. Other similar words are derivadactory and dak

2. refers to personal fulfillment

Diminution Theorem:
the reduction of a complete statement to fewer words, when the meaning of the entire statement is implied or assumed known
dings:
thanks
derividactory (derivididactatory:

1. The origin or source initiative of something (i.e. original derividactory)

2. refers to a particular body being discussed

3. dingsbums in German

4. the inverse proportion of olfactory

5. the name given to the Christian Pincock/Charles Evans duo

6. the indian ocean

derividactification (derivididididactatorification):
a given derividactory in action
dingsbums:
German for derividactory
Ed Lockwood:
locked up
electrics:
refers to use of electronic instruments in improvisation
emmanance:

1. ones vibrational or dynamic creative projection

2. Ones surface housation for Bruce

Evan Charlie:
tritone sub for Evan Parker
excellent technique(s):
refers to the nuance utilized by David Fatek when describing an act of Charle
ex-cess-siv:
the excessive use of, emphasizing the overuse or negative aspect of the word (i.e.,
"cess"
Faucet:
Nothing or dick.  Ex. "We aren’t catching faucet" is translated to English "We aren’t catching dick".  Derived from the band, Dick Faucet.  (Wollack) Did you know Dave Wollack coined the term "faucet" in the late 20th century to mean "dick", however Joyce in the early part of the century has demonstrated its rarer meaning, which is legitimately in the English Language.  He used "cock" when referring to "faucet" in his above mentioned book.  Unaware, Wollack found that faucet means cock and also dick simultaneously, proving once again that all Crazy C usage runs full circle.
F Bomb:
the use of the descending octave on the saxophone from the pitch "F" (used excessively by George Garzone, among others)
founding father:
one of the original usage contributors to the Language of Charle
Frahm:
from
freak:
use of extended instrumental techniques, usually while improvising (freak-out vocabulary)
Garbarek:
tritone substitution for Jan Roth
Gloria Estephan:
turning the beat around
Gryce:

1. gig

2. G

Gunnar Mossblad:
tritone substitution for Michael Phillilp Mossman
House:

1. To eat all the food in sight

2. Same as reck.  (Wollack)

3. To execute

4. to belittle/annoy

housation:

1. the art of transferring vibrational source energy for purposes of creation, prowess, antagonism, antagagnosticism, and standard ridicule

2. the art of catching copious largemouth bass (Housing Authority)

inamungst:
in among
innatnaturale:
pertaining to the qualities of an innate nature.
insperado:
inspiration and the inspirted state of the artist.
interthaxton:
interaction
isfatek:
is
Jacksonian Heapaciousness (Heapaciphrenia):

1. Recked by an ex-girlfriend/boyfriend

2. A depressed state, lacking teleological motivation

3. Mental disorder characterized by the attraction with small things that move.  (Frankel) Similar words are heapacity, heaposty, heaparectame, inheaption, beheapeled (Manupa de la Poopiera)

Jannyboy:
Jan Roth
Jessie:
Stack
Jessie Stacken:
stack
John Wayne:
tritone substitution for Duke Ellington
kid:
Moppa Elliott (Kidrock, Mopkid)
knit:
so
Knotiz Theorem:
typical substitution for ‘ly’ in any word, derived from saxophonist Lee Konitz.  Ex. apparentkonitz, clearkonitz, consequentsakonitz, concurrentkonitz
Koz:
cause
Language Dynamic(s):*

1. that being the inherent possibilites that are related to the particulars of a given functionalism (or set of symbols) in terms of what can be successfully communicated through its particular use

2. having to do with what the use of a given language poses for dynamic postulation as well as spiritual insight

3. having to do with how a given communication discipline can also affect and determine the option spread possibilities of the person or culture utilizing that discipline. 
(Braxton, 517)

Language Of:

1. short for the Language of Charle

2. Name given to the Charles Evans freebop quartet with Peter Evans, Moppa Elliott, and Jan
Roth

(the) Like/And theorum:

1. a request to leave.  Ex. "Let’s make like and".

2. words are defined through the context of the sentence in which they substitute.  ("its just as insane to say there is a like (God) as to say there isn’t an and (God)".

likewisea:
likewise
make like a baby:
head out
Manupa de la Poopiera:
Moppa Elliott
Miceli:
vibe
Minus/Plus Theorem:

1. the use of adding and/or subtracting letters from a previously typed word to correct a typo without backspacing

2. the use of adding and/or subtracting of letters from the implied substitution that don’t exist on the page.  Ex. tendencharle’s (-ies); this explains that "ies" doesn’t exist in the tritone "charle" for "c"

misterioso:
mysterious
Molitor:
Charles Evans
movered:
moved
movertones:
overtones
Nation:
the baritone saxophone
Nation Building:
developing the possibilities of the baritone saxophone via affinity postulation
NeedsaSlide:
Christian Pincock (the derivididactory is slide trombonist Samuel Kulic, whose nickname is Samuel Needsa Barber, what does he)
nogin:
head
No Apparent:
no apparent reason (using the Diminution Theorem)
(the) Of:
refers to either the Book of Charle, The Language Of, or the Language of Charle (using the diminution Theorem)
olfactory:

1. the original source initiative of nothing

2. refersparticularly to nothing

3. the inverse proportion of derividactory

olfactification:
the act of doing someting for Bruce.  (olfactify)
olfactreeville:
Factoryville, Pennsylvania where Charle and Manupa de la Poopiera (aol emit plop) hail from
pacific:
specific
Penny:
Charles Evans’ baritone saxophone, they Ruxben
Pevans:
Peter Evans
pisshideous:
the number 16
Post/Braxton:
referrs to the era of time following the artistic/musical/literary/cosmic creative projection of Anthony Braxton, with implications of his influence
progressive continuance:*

1. a term that views physical universe reality changes and/or events with respect to sesquential time blocks and/or parameters (and/or time cycles)

2. looking at given time periods with respect to blocks of tendencies (and/or variables) as a basis to view the world expansion principle.  (Braxton, 522)

prowesseye:
prowess
privave:
provide
PukeSmellington:
Duke Ellington
purposeye:
purpose
rankle:
annoy, bother
Rapes Event:
Peter Evans (anagram)
recitative:
recite
recepticle:
receiver
repeat (like bad meat):
to repeat excessively
restructuralism:*

1. the reality of realigning how a given system or structure works

2. changing the surface particulars of a given structure but keeping the fundamentals that gave that structure its laws

3. changing the particulars of a system as well as its dictates  (Braxton, 525)

rides:
plays houses or emminates
Ruxeben:
Charles Evans’ baritone saxohpone, Penny
sesquipidelian:
fallac projectile such as a trumpet
showing:

1. the number three

2. relating to a performance

Siv:

1. boyfriend or girlfriend

2. sivling

solamente:
solo
somehards:
some (Joyce)
source initiative:*

1. the point and/or reality from which a given initiation solidifies

2. the reality concerning when a given particular solidies (Braxton, 527)

spawn:

1. the reproductive period of the largemouth bass

2. the beginning or birth

sponta insperado:
Spontaneous inspiration
sputterance:
pertaining to a sexual nature
Tasha (+N):
Natasha Ullman
tendencharle’s (-ies):
tendencies
tenors
returns
thaxton:
action
threeamungst:
three among
threecod:
there kid
therein:
there in
transformation:*

1. a concept that involves total physical and vibrational universe change

2. the close of a given or particular physical and vibrational universe cycle and the beginning of the next,  (Braxton, 530)

Trout Evens:
worst ever
twass:
young girl
23 scadoo:
the manufacturing of a creation of art without care nor time devotion.  (23 scadooled)
up-in:
in
Upper West Side:
altissimo register
utterance:

1. ones projective/vibrational emminance

2. refers to a worldly desire

3. entire being

valved steak:
valved trombone
"what a who was had by like":
statement can mean almost anything, depending on the substitutions implied.  (for context of these liner note purposes, statement means "a grand time was had by all".
what does he:

the affirmation of what a male does in regards to a particular subject/situation.  Ex.
Person 1: Peter Evans rapes the event. 
Person 2: What does he.

what does it:

the affirmation of what a statement does in regards to a particular subject/situation.  Ex.
Person 1: It needs it.
Person 2: What does it.

"What isfatek …":
"What is …" (referrs to the standard "What is this Thing Called Love", using the diminution theorem
what is it:
the affirmation of what a statement is in regards to a particular subject/situation.
What Theorum:

A response to any question with "what" in it. Applies to any question.  Ex.
Person 1: "What time is it?"
Person 2: What.

yar:

1. exclamatory remark made when something bad happens to someone else

2. remark made mocking someone who can’t do something

Zone:
George Garzone
*  Anthony Braxton definitions extracted from “The Tri-Axium Writings, Book 1.”
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