David Potter wrote: > I need to know what an Escher painting is to relate it to looping! > > >From: "Dennis W. Leas" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com > >To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com> > >Subject: Re: Describing looping to others > >Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 10:24:12 -0500 > > > > >How about the audio equivalent of an ESCHER painting? > > > >I LIKE it! > > > >Dennis Leas hm, not to be an off-topic nitpicker here :-), but i'm afraid there's no such thing as an escher *painting* (or at least no examples i've seen in the public domain). escher's chosen mediums were woodcut and lithograph (so escher *drawing* would be more correct...sorry!). as for dtorn/fripp, i s'pose i should chime in with my dos centavos; haven't seen but fripp live (and that was pretty tame-except when at several points in the evening's program his regenerations got the best of him and a mad scramble to shut things down insued: great fun that!), but mr. torn's been seen (or read) around these parts, so i better be careful what i say 'bout him :-)...seriously, they are both amazing souls, i do think i like fripp's early crimson/eno work the best (i keep up with the latter output but sporadically, hoping *this one* will be great)...some of his solos from eno's first few albums rank among my very favorite bits. mr. torn is a world unto himself. i enjoy his sylvian collaborations as well (great subterfuge, while fripp stays more on top?). anyway, one unfamiliar with either or both (hard to imagine on this list) would do well to sample as befits their discretion. lance g.