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Oh, speaking of hawking CDs, I did pick up Ted's CD. Very nice Ted!
You need to do less apologizing, my friend. It's a fine piece of work.
I think the negative reviews (not that they were all that negative) were
missing the point. I think they were expecting more production, but it
seems to me that you were going for the immediacy of the moment, rather
than a perfect take, or a lot of overdubs. Am I wrong? Anyway, I like
What's that going into your headstock? My guess was some type of
sustaniac like device. Am I right?
On Tuesday, March 5, 2002, at 11:56 AM, KILLINFO@aol.com wrote:
> First . . .
> on 3/5/02 12:58 PM, Mark Sottilaro at firstname.lastname@example.org said:
>> Which leads me to my next question/thread, what do loopers do when
>> they're not looping? How do we pay for all this stuff? Just
> Then another one . . .
> In a message dated 3/5/02 11:05:58 AM, email@example.com writes:
>> I'm a graphic artist / web designer for an eye care facility in
> To which I say . . .
> Well, I don't do much web stuff directly but I'm co-owner/co-Creative
> Director (read graphic artist) for a small ad agency who's biggest
> is Warwick Bass in Germany. We do stuff for some techie/audiophile
> companies in the Bay Area too. Southern Oregon is a cheap place to live.
> I don't have to work so hard to get by here -- just continue to do good
> work. We have an MI client or two in Southern Cal and one in Italy as
> That's about it. I enjoy life and play weird guitar music the rest of
> the time (I do some digital, visual "fine art" as well). Got the same
> for 24 years, plus 3 sons (9, 12 and 16) to keep me from going crazy.
> I'm a Deacon in a local church, and try to do my part for the "down and
> out." When weather permits, I mow the lawn, and retire to a hammock
> in the back yard with a beer or an iced tea. Life is good . . . and not
> complicated . . . knock on wood. I feel reeeeeally blessed and try not
> take it too much for granted . . . it could all be "gone in a moment" as
> they say . . . [:-)>
> Ted Killian