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Re: Review: Pedro Felix at Chama 3.28.2002

mike k-

i'm real big on trading cd-r's if you're interested. among my cd's are:
Existension, something rather new with me working out two Digitechs in real
time, real whoomph ass stuff, and flaking the delays against an edp, just
really going to town, its three tracks running at, I think 66 mins.

D3- nine tracks of pretty varied tracks, just some ideas worked out with
delays in varied order and experimenting with some switches that work 
well together. i'm a little farther away from that now playing wise, much
more into the whoomph ass stuff :)

so if you're interested i'd love to hear what kind of sounds you're making.
if not, I also sell the discs but it almost defeats my purpose.

tap me on or off list.

best wishes, Pedro Felix - NYC 2002

-----Original Message-----
From: Nemoguitt@aol.com <Nemoguitt@aol.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Date: Friday, March 29, 2002 6:14 PM
Subject: Re: Review: Pedro Felix at Chama 3.28.2002

>In a message dated 3/29/02 2:09:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, db@biink.com
>> Who does the Pedro Felix Experience sound like?
>> Sorta like Pauline Oliveros crossed with John Zorn or
>> Elliott Sharp, but different - he sounds like himself.
>> What I heard sounds like a kid abusing a turntable in realtime
>> with guitar player from Mars as the source and that's good!
>there ya go!.....i want to hear it!.....michael k