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Nice myspace site, Michael. Rain of Grains is my hands down favorite of
featured tunes. I also like the pic of yourself speaking from behind a
desk, dispensing wisdom to the masses I imagine, very clever. When my son
John started up his myspace site a year ago, I thought it was a flaky
substitute for a real website with his own domain name. Myspace was
obviously inhabited by teenagers looking for a free public outlet for
fantasies. In a year's time its grown immensely, 50 million young people
still looking for social interaction, but its also become de rigueur for
established musicians, or at least those hip enough to recognize a viable
public forum for their music. I'm amazed at how many professional
of the older generation don't have any dedicated web presence at all. - CW
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Peters" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Loopers Delight" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2006 4:16 AM
Subject: Re: Myspace.com
I've set up a simple Myspace page yesterday:
If you're on myspace also, please let's be friends! :-) if not, please
visit the page anyway!
The four tracks on my page are:
1. an excerpt of the ambient 1-hour-piece "Stretched Landscape #1" that
people might have heard on SomaFM Drone Zone
2. my granular synthesis remix of Centrozoon's 'Ten Versions of America'
(Bernhard Wöstheinrich: electronic percussion, Markus Reuter: touch guitar,
Tim Bowness: vocals)
3. the very etherial ambient 'Dawn of Life' from my 1998 'Escape Veloopity'
album - all sounds produced on sustainer guitar, EDP, and Paradis Loop
4. my granular synthesis remix of Christopher Orczy's ambient harmonium
Of course I'd be delighted to get some feedback!