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Re: Video Performances (Cambridge, MA) 11.27.00 and 11.30.00
Ah, for a moment I thought it was in Cambridge, UK. Any chances of you
getting over here?
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Emile Tobenfeld (a.k.a Dr. T)" <email@example.com>
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Sent: 26 November 2000 03:19 AM
Subject: Video Performances (Cambridge, MA) 11.27.00 and 11.30.00
> I'll be doing video improvisation with two of my favorite bands next
> week, working with The Looper's Collective at the Middle East on
> 11.27 , and with Urban Ambience at the Zeitgeist Gallery on 11.30.
> On Monday
> Round and Round Productions is proud to present
> The Loopers' Collective - VI
> The Middle East (downstairs)
> Monday, November 27, 2000
> @ 8pm (doors at 7:30)
> $7/$5 students &/or with a print out of this eMail
> Return of THE LOOPERS' COLLECTIVE! http://www.openfaucet.com/loop.html
> Courtesy of rosS Hamlin and OpenFaucet Enterprises, this is part six of a
> long and loopy collaboration. This time out it's guitar-ing loopers only.
> The concept is this: each musician will do a short solo set, followed
> by small groups and an eventual all-in scrum with everyone. The music is
> circular, meaning that each musician has the ability to real-time layer
> numerous parts with new tracks entering the mix all the time.
> The style leans towards the ambient and trippy, and with live video
> (courtesy of video virtuoso, Dr. T.), you can be sure of trippiness
> TLC VI will feature six Boston-based six-string slingers blazing a trail
> into the nether reaches of your mind:
> * Scott Dakota (of Moors fame)
> * Frank Gerace (of Dreamchild fame)
> * rosS Hamlin
> * T.G. Noyes
> * 2KJB (aka Plastic Razor Protector)
> * UNDO (aka David Kirkdorffer)
> On Thursday at the Zeitgeist Gallery (312
> Broadway, Cambridge, MA) @ 7:30PM with Urban Ambience headlining,
> and Reian Bennett
> improvised Shakuhachi (Japanese bamboo flute) and T. G. Noyes, Zen
> Guitar opening.
> Suggested donation $5.00.
> "The reasonable man adapts himself to the world. The unreasonable man
> persists in adapting the world to himself. Therefore, all progress
> depends on the unreasonable man."
> -- George Bernard Shaw
> Emile Tobenfeld, Ph. D.
> Video Producer Image Processing Specialist
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