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RE: Trying to get beyond Fripp?
>Try this: Stop listening to Fripp and check out a very very different area
>of music. That sounds (and reads) a lot more harsh than it's really
>intended, but I've always found that the best way to let an influence
>assimilate into my collective unconscious, rather than sound like the
>musical equivalent of a bad photocopy, is to get what I can from someone's
>work and then go someplace very different.
yeah, you're probably right.
> So the moralof today's lesson: If you already sound more like Fripp
> than you want to, don't buy a Fernandes!
I've already got one. <g> I've been using it for 2 years and it's a
wonderful device. You can do things with it that Fripp hasn't done yet!
(Never whistle while you pee)