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Where to head next: (Was --> Re: Philly Electro-Experimental)

After Eno and Zorn? There's a lot of territory in between them
but here are some of the highlights:

Terry Riley, Philip Glass (Two Pianos), "It's Gonna Rain" by
Steve Reich. Captain Beefheart(one of the planets that Zorn
visited), the "Confusion is Sex" LP from Sonic Youth. "Ascension"
from Glenn Branca. NegativeLand's first album.

Also, check out the Looper's Delight web site for some inspiration
and leads, especially Michael Peter's essay "Birth of Loop".

- Larry

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Petrozzi" <david97@wharton.upenn.edu>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Monday, March 20, 2000 7:52 PM
Subject: Re: Philly Electro-Experimental

> Wow, lots of aggression.  Is it really worth it?  I just joined this list
> few days ago so please forgive any sparks I may have stirred up.  I 
> you this was not my intention in posting the original message!
> Looper content: I'm emerging from a mild obsession with the music and
> philosophy of Brian Eno & John Zorn.  Does anyone have a suggestion on
> I should head next?  I'm looking for semi low-profile artists you guys
> absolutely love that I have not yet stumbled upon...anyone come to mind?
> ~dp
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