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RE: Terry Rileys' mysterious French engineer tape loop innovator

Yes, we've all done that, but I was being unclear.

I'm never very clear, sorry. I meant that he was posing with it to show the world he was cool with tape, and he held it in a way wher ethe leader would touch the furniture, floor, table, and where his hands were all over it. It strikes me like those period pieces on tellie, when the chauffeur (who would have opened the car door for her ladyship hundreds of times goes for the wrong side and there's a 2 second beat before the door opens. Shows a lack of familiarity. But (as the other person in the room just remarked) I may be over-thinking this!

Thanks for notifying - I've posted a picture of the TLA

> Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2014 14:34:08 +0000
> From: akbutler@tiscali.co.uk
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: Terry Rileys' mysterious French engineer tape loop innovator
> On 26/10/2014 12:06, Ivodne Galatea wrote:
> > KarlHeinz brutalises tape in 1960
> > http://www.mediafire.com/view/980eh4f772901gh/KHSMistreatTape.png
> >
> > (also testing if you all can see images there)
> yes I see it.
> Have to confess I "touched the tape" a few times myself,
> so I'm not convinced that such a crime indicates a lack
> of involvement with the medium. :-)
> andy