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Re: 2 Days of Loop Performance Recording Madness
Thanks Paul, and Per! I guess I won't have my self checked out afterall.
Yes, indeed...that was pure improv fun. It's great to get out of the
coffeeshop scene and play on a huge stage with huge PA speakers, subs,
of lights, etc...on stage. Very exhilarating! It brings out some
----- Original Message -----
From: "paul" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2006 7:16 AM
Subject: Re: 2 Days of Loop Performance Recording Madness
> Hey Kris,
> Generally I'm not a big fan of free improv. but that is some of the most
> exciting music I've listened to, moments of pure genius..... And no
> what the folks at the local Boise asylum might think, I really like what
> you're doing with your voice.
> Paul Haslem
> Ontario, Canada
> At 01:08 AM 1/21/2006, you wrote:
>>It's been a good two days of loop music recording here in Boise, Idaho
>>me and one of my free-improv collaborators, Jarod Hallock, who plays the
>>electronic drumset, acoustic drum set, and marimba.