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RE:Solo Instruments

>From:  Doug Michael
>Reply To:      Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
>Sent:  Tuesday, August 12, 1997 5:58 PM
>To:    John_Ott@ATK.COM
>Cc:    Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
>Subject:       Re: Guitar good, DJ's bad, etc (was LOOPING PHILOSOPHY)
>On Tue, 12 Aug 1997, future perfect wrote:
>> > There's no "Eruption", that I know of, in the keyboard world--a 
>> > moment which changed the way the instrument, and the role of the
>> > instrument would be viewed for the next decade.  
>> Actually, there was an 'Eruption' of the Keyboard world...the first song
>> on ELP's 'Tarkus' album, and unlike VH's, this one's in 5.
>> Dave
>There is also Eddie Jobson's "Presto Vivace" from his UK days. 
>An amazing piece.
>    Doug Michael

And the amazing runs from "Night after Night"
on the live album.  

Eddie also uses the violin as a "Solo Instrument"
amazing stuff.  See the Roxy Music "Viva" live album.
He and Phil Manzanera trade some wicked licks on 
"Out of the Blue"