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Re: human loop machine..
Yes indeed, Bill, I can attest to rock stars becoming a legend in their own mind and having tunnel vision, eliminating kindness, generosity, friendliness and workability from their ways of being. I've seen it all too often. It's a peculiar animal, and perhaps if I'd been robbed of my privacy in that (well, perhaps more like having sold off my privacy), I might have some of the same illness, but I'd like to think not. Never mind that he's a true legend already, it'still no excuse. Laurie does remain largely "what you see is what you get"
Thanks for the kind words, Bill, I would have enjoyed sharing it with all my brethren and sistren on the list. Lou Rossi was there, though we didn't get any face time, and that made me happy. A fellow looper to be sure. A good time was had by all and we look forward to the next time. What was truly a kick was to have some good ole real-time live looping be a centerpiece of the set.
All the best to you, and to all.
On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 3:20 PM, William Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Well done Todd, wish i could have been there to bear witness. nice to hear the inside skinny on Laurie Anderson, I hadn't heard as flattering things about her significant other, but then he's been a rock star for a long time and I hear they get bitchy in their later years :-) Always nice to hear some one is as cool as their music, which we tend to assume but isn't always the case.
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