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Re: loop device endorsement - was Santanas looping bassist

I think the key is that he "did" expose them. as in Past Tense. That was 
decades ago. Everybody who was going to be influenced by that already was. 
New people today are not getting interested in looping because of Fripp or 


At 03:02 PM 8/24/2002, Jonathan Yandel wrote:
>I agree.  Fripp probably exposed more guitarists to looping (kudos to Eno 
>as well) than anybody.  He may not be the best the looping world has had 
>to offer, but he certainly has had an impact.  And yes, one must respect 
>him for sticking to his guns for his entire career.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Mark Sottilaro
>Sent: Saturday, August 24, 2002 2:03 AM
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: loop device endorsement - was Santanas looping bassist
>Why splutter?  Whether you like his music or not, Fripp's a big part of
>the looping world.  The end.  In my opinion, he's one of the only of his
>kind that hasn't gone all soft.  He's a nice cranky OCD guitarist, and I
>still listen to King Crimson all the time.  God Save The Queen was
>probably one of my first introductions to any looping.
>He claims to have never gotten a dime, or even a working EH16 even
>though they marketed it as a "Fripp in the box."
>Mark Sottilaro
>On Friday, August 23, 2002, at 09:44  PM, David wrote:
> > <splutter>
> > <sputter>
> > <splutter>
> >
> > Fripp.
> >
> > Aaaaaaaaagh! I said it!  I'm going to regret this!!  PULEEZE don't let
> > me
> > burn in hell!

Kim Flint                     | Looper's Delight
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