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Here's some of the recordings that got me into looping big time:
Steve Tibbets: Safe Journey
The only recording I've ever heard where an electric guitar (or acoustic)
made to hum like a frigidaire refrigerator. Amazing stuff, especially the
track "Going Somewhere". One of my all-time favorites. Tons of loops and
delay / harmonizer work here, almost hallucinogenic. The perfect
for a cross-country journey by night (and why not? I used this to travel
Toronto by night from Minneapolis on an all-night roadtrip to see T. Dream
Mr. David Torn: Polytown
Looping in a power trio context. Heady metal indeed. I saw this band on
tour they did and Dave totally destroyed the concept that effects take the
balls and raw edge off your music: his guitar tone was like a molten gold
switchblade slicing through my cerebrum. And he actually made his guitar
sound like water rushing through sewer piping at one point which made me
laugh out loud. A real nice guy, too, as it turns out.
Robert Fripp: 1999, Live in Argentina:
The first three tracks are some of the most amazingly dense and monolithic
yet emotionally affecting music I've heard yet, yet scary in an unknowable
way. "The best way I know to make a hell of a lot of noise with one
Indeed. See also "Threnody for Souls in Torment" off the RFSQ CD for the
scariest dose of looping on the planet.
I won't get into Eno now, though I could go on for a bit.
Kiss - Love Gun
Megadeth - Loop Bootleg
Loops for hours. Also just kidding. I'll shut up now.
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