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"Chance Encounters In The Garden of Lights" Bill Nelson

just about as good as it gets,,one of my alltime faves. Long out of print,
"Chance Encounters..." captures the essence of Spirit driven music. it has
touched me many times over the last 10 years...

"Never let anything doubt your ability to demonstrate the truth"  This
Spirit Cannot Fail.     B. Nelson


At 02:02 PM 5/4/98 -0700, you wrote:
>---Andre LaFosse <altruist@earthlink.net> wrote:
>> Here are a few guitar+jungle albums:
>> -- Bill Nelson, "After The Sattelite Sings."  Largely a
>> vocal affair; about half of the tunes on here are
>> Pretty good.
>Pretty good?!!  It's the best vocal album he's ever done!
>IMHO.  And, if you have any training in western occultism,
>all the lyrics take on very interesting meanings.
>Does anyone know if Bill Nelson does any loopage?  I have
>practically everything he's done, and I would suppose the
>closest thing would be the monumental ambient/esoteric
>offering "Strange Encounters in the Garden of Light". If
>he doesn't have a looper, he should!
>As for the jungle and guitar thing, I just did a micro gig
>(a 25min. set) as the Darsan Trio at the Satyicon in
>Portland, OR for a tribute to the late Anton Levy.
>I used an EPS sampler to loop beats lifted from Bill
>Laswell and King Crimson, slowed down about an octave.
>Now, I realize that jungle is usually sped up, so what I
>was doing was not technically jungle, but what the hell,
>close enough.
>Over this I looped guitar with ye olde JamMan. I worked
>with a dancer who used a wireless headset mike that went
>through my old Digitech 7.6 delay, set to about 4 seconds.
>She read a couple of poems and caused general vocal
>mayhem. The JamMan was midi'd to the EPS, but the Digitech
>was not synched in any way.  The dancer wore nothing but
>silver paint. We were quite the hit, as you might well
>imagine ;-)
>Rev. DOubt-Goat
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