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I was also reminded by this post of the stuff done in the early eighties by 23Skidoo, Anyone else remember this cool group, trumpets with long delays, "found" radio voices, funky ethnic rythums and RAW electronics, amazing...One smallish hit called "Fuck you GI" using a looped sample from "Apocalype Now" and two bass guitars, cool as hell, now sunk without a trace? I dunno? Anyone else know what happened? Best Record? a short "mini" album called seven songs (I think)...


MArk Red

> -----Original Message-----

> From: amos elmaliah [mailto:gripcode@hotmail.com]

> Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2000 7:51 PM

> To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com

> Subject: the trumpet




> A looped horn is a beautiful thing. Check out Chet Baker

> on the new archive release by Terry Riley, Music for the Gift,

> (organ of corti 1). It seems like looped trumpet started here!


> There's also some looped sax on some old Terry Riley

> recordings, I think. I need a new needle for

> my turn table.



> guys, maybe you should check out the hagans\belden new (not that

> new though)

> realese of kinda beaches brew version over d&b.

> guitaris's rosenwibnkel amazing new concept of a jazz giutar sound

> and drummer's kilson playing with the programed drums.

> it's not a looping though but it is a new new sound we all should

> be aweare

> of (all of us, as far as i know,would appriciate and love hearing

> something

> new commnig for the inastetutionalized blue not foundation.)

> anyway the production's real amazing, for me anyway, and the hole idea

> of jazz improvisation over more modern musical platform is so new and

> intewresting ...

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