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Re: Future loop music -- what will it sound like?

Well, this brings to mind way back in 66,67 when I was a drummer,and our 
played the friday night battle of the bands in Wichita Falls,Tex.at the 
YMCA.We were playing Young Rascels,Animals,etc.and we wondered about this 
basic question.Then Jimi came out 'and the fuzz tone and well you might 
get the
picture,he was somebody who summed it all up and made all those styles into
something that captured the imaginations and soul of an entire generation 
nothing like it had been before.
Where is the next Jimi?
David Kirkdorffer wrote:

> Gosh.  I tried asking this to a few forums (including L-Delight) a month 
> two ago.  The best answer I got was from a philosopher friend.
> She pointed out the question of the day we're all facing is this: What is
> the desirable role / place for technology?  So, my speculation is one key
> feature we'll find in all our "innovators of tomorrow" will be 
> in the way they address using technology.
> David Kirkdorffer
>         -----Original Message-----
>         From:   Kim Flint [SMTP:kflint@chromatic.com]
>         Sent:   Thursday, March 05, 1998 4:48 PM
>         To:     Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
>         Cc:     Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
>         Subject:        Future loop music (was: Love lorne whiners)
>         Where is loop based music going? What directions will it be 
> in the
>         future? Not the gear, but the music itself! What compositional,
>         improvisational, cultural, etc. directions are things heading in?
>         kim
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