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Re: what do loopers do when they're not looping?
ah the day job
I'm teaching modern guitar in private and have 23 students a week
today we worked on:
a Natalia Imbruglia song ??
an Offspring tune (Fast)
a bossa nova song by henry salvador (a french grand pa crooner, so
then there was the first lesson for a lady (you know the one lesson you
gave the most)
a Gerard de Palmas song (a french rock singer)
and Deep purple's smoke on the water
Mark Landman wrote:
> Ah, the day job question...
> I'm a Fire Captain at Novato Fire, been there for about 26 years
> (gasp!). I've also played around doing early computer illustration in
> the 90's, appearing in Mondo 2000 a lot. One of my favorite
> assignments there was an illo of Brain Eno, where I converted a photo
> of his head into a giant rock statue, and buried it a huge desert.
> Kind of a take on "Ozymandias"...
> I've also done a lot of comix in Photoshop and Freehand. Yes, my
> claim to fame is I'm the creator of "Fetal Elvis", and yes, it is
> just as weird as it sounds...
> >speaking of Doctors... Katrin (the Stick player) has a Phd in astro
> >physics from Cornell, and now dabbles in neurophysics at USCF when
> >she's not playing music.
> >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
> >I do animation and video design, mostly as support for a corporate
> >events company.
> >Mark Sottilaro
> >On Tuesday, March 5, 2002, at 10:27 AM, KILLINFO@aol.com wrote:
> >> Oh! Just in case you are wondering. Dr. Bob Sterling is actually
> >>a medical doctor -- an ER surgeon in fact. He works about 10 days
> >>a month and surfs and plays drums the rest of the time. Such a life.