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Re: glass eno

Over rated South Park!I'd beg your pardon but it's out of the context of 
group.E-mail me privatly and I'll chastise you soundly.
I mean this in the best possible way,

Jesse Kudler wrote:

> A side note: Phillip Glass was recently parodied on the highly over-rated
> South Park on comedy Central, and he once got a reference on the 
> "An evening with Phillip Glass.  Just an evening?" -H. Simpson
> -Jesse
> -----Original Message-----
> From: bryan.helm@dinosaur.com <bryan.helm@dinosaur.com>
> To: loopers-delight@annihilist.com <loopers-delight@annihilist.com>
> Date: Thursday, January 29, 1998 7:02 AM
> Subject: glass eno
> >
> >The recent remark concerning warped Eno vs. skipping Glass
> >vinyl platters ,for some reason made me think of the following:
> >
> >My one and only live P.Glass experience was a concert given
> >at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cincinatti Ohio back in
> >1980 (?) It was a small room seating maybe 100, the ensemble
> >was flown in from Rotterdam,( where he was involved with his
> >opera in sanskrit at the time), evidently for this show. They did
> >selections from Einstein on the Beach and Dance 1,2&3 and a
> >few other pieces. The sound engineer sat in the middle of the
> >ensemble facing them. For all that it was "mimimalist" in nature
> >the overwhelming impression left on most audience members
> >as I recall was the sheer decibel level at which it was presented.
> >I got the impression that very few of these people had enjoyed
> >amplified music in a public performance context though to be
> >fair to them, the volume WAS high.
> >
> >Secondly I was reminded of a story I once heard Robert Fripp
> >relate concerning a performance he and Eno once did in a
> >bullring in Spain during the 70's. I guess the whole gig had
> >it's own special ambiance what with the spectacle of gun toting
> >Basque seperatists at the airport during their arrival,and playing
> >the arena floor of this bullring to boot...but anyway.He said they
> >played the show and towards the end, got this loop going and then
> >they both left the "stage" and retired to an enclosure from which
> >they could see the crowd through some shutters. As Eno peered
> >out at the crowd he was noticed and the next thing Fripp said this
> >fellow comes and pulls aside the shutters and says in a U.S. drawl
> >"Hey guys is the show over?", to which Eno replied "Well it is for
> >us, but not for you".
> >
> >Just a couple memories, from apparently still active brain cells
> >......it's an age of wonder.....I wonder where I put that?.....
> >
> >                                      Bryan Helm
> >                                      "Loop is pool backwards
> >                                        and pool starts with P
> >                                        which rhymes with T
> >                                        that is the first letter in
> >                                        the word....TROUBLE!"
> >
> >