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Re: Country Loops / James Reynolds
If it's the same SF-based, occasional Loop beta-testing James Reynolds that
I know, he's on the list. Maybe he'll speak up....
At 11:53 AM 4/17/98 -0700, Joe Cavaleri wrote:
>>Date: Fri, 17 Apr 1998 10:57:42 -0700
>>From: Joe Cavaleri <email@example.com>
>>Subject: Re: Country Loops
>>At 10:28 AM 4/17/98 -0400, you wrote:
>>>Kim Flint wrote:
>>>> Now as far as looping guitarist sightings go, I hear that Warren
>>>> the Allman Brothers is becoming an echoplex user/endorser. I can only
>>>> imagine what that means.....
>>>You mean former guitarist for the Allman Brothers. Warren Haynes is
>>>pursuing a solo career as the front man for his band "Gov't Mule".
>> It's interesting that you bring this item up..
>> Just a few weeks ago Gov't Mule had a gig at the House of Blues
>supplier (Business!) of mine attended. Over the last few months I've been
>talkin' music from time to time with said new friend, and have tried to
>give him some sort background introduction about looping. He called a few
>days after the show and told me at the opening act for Gov't Mule was a
>>loopster.. someone named Jim Reynolds ??. Since I had been speaking to
>about looping he sort of understood what was going on. But what was
>interesting was his explanation of the other people sitting with him..
>>The impression I got from this was that the other people just could not
>relate to what was happening.. that this was not music. He found himself
>the position of attempting to explain to the other people what was going
>> I guess that when he finished his first song the response was
>silence.... Anyway, as it turned out this guitar player ended up jamming
>with Gov't Mule latter that night playing blues based stuff ect.. at this
>time the other people at the table commented that " Oh.. this guy
>can play guitar.."
>> If anybody knows who Jim Reynolds is, it might be interesting to
>his experiences of looping in the "real world"
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