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Re: german looper
Michael Peters' "My2k" web page:
Very creative, and a heck of a nice guy.
>From: "R.Mutt" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: german looper
>Date: Sun, 16 Jul 2000 16:57:14 +0200
>At 12:51 p.m. 16/07/00 +0200, you wrote:
>michael peters ?
> >Hi all,
> >a few weeks back I stumbled on some music from a german looper, and I
> >it the best loops I've heard yet. But I didn't bookmark his page, and I
> >can't find him anymore. I remember having read he is playing since the
> >early 70's and he has taken Guitar Craft lessons for a couple of years.
> >solo's are very frippo´d, as he calls them, but his rhythms and loops
> >very original to my knowledge.
> >Does anyone have any idea who I'm on about?
> >Sound Mind
> >P.S. concerning visuals : my previous band, The Far Out Band, was
> >five piece, playing live with lots of synths, and very often ostinato's.
> >The band members were just lit by the projectors and blacklights, in
> >Hawkwind tradition. You don't have to remember the 60's for this stuff,
> >it's still very much happening . When my new band Man-In-Space will
> >stage, we'll take the same approach. We wouldn't want to drive the
> >audience crazy, now would we :)
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