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RE: Rick Walker's PURPLE HAND CD release party
Man, am I on the wrong coast! Sounds like an awesome time, Rick! Go down a
Yours in Translucent Green,
> [Original Message]
> From: loop.pool <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: LOOPERS DELIGHT \(posting\) <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Date: 2/24/2005 6:35:20 PM
> Subject: Rick Walker's PURPLE HAND CD release party
> Hi Gang,
> If anyone is in the Northern California region this coming weekend,
> I will be releasing my brand new project PURPLE HAND in a
> free to the public CD release party replete with lots of black lights.
> It will be in Santa Cruz, California at a beautiful new venue called the
> which is on the Pacific Garden Mall a half block south of the Cataylst
> Grove Music directly above the bar called the Blue Lagoon.
> The show will be this Sunday, February 27th at 8 p.m. and I will be doing
> set I'm very excited about doing
> with our newest transplanted east coast looper, bassist Dan Soltzberg
> I'm going to be trotting out this really cool drumset that I've been
> on that
> represents attempts to sound electronic with totally acoustic sources.
> Dan and I will play an improvisational drums with bass set (exciting
> because we have never played together before),
> have a little chat and greet and then I will be playing the entire
> PURPLE HAND CD from top to bottom on a beautiful, state of the art
> Subwoofed Speaker System (lent to me graciously by Mike Dicker for the
> I'll then sell and sign CDs to end the evening, when we'll all go
> to the Blue Lagoon to dance the evening away.
> PURPLE HAND is a loop based project that I've been composing for the
> two years.
> It is NOT a live looping record but was done entirely on a computer.
> decided that since the music's
> were so different in both of these endeavors that I would continue my
> L()()p.p()()L moniker for live
> playing/live recording and start a new moniker, Purple Hand, for my
> Purple Hand has more groove on it than previous CDs I"ve released but it
> also has some experiemental tinges
> in it's downtempo take on things.
> It is also available through the mail by sending a $15 check to:
> Rick Walker
> Purple Hand
> 412 Darwin Street
> Santa Cruz, California
> For the next month, anyone who mentions Loopers Delight can not only buy
> CD for $12, but I will also donate $5 of those dollars to
> Kim Flint, our illustrious leader here at L.D.
> This also goes for any CD in the L()()p.p()()L discography:
> Loop.pooL (2001)
> Translucent Dayglo Lime Green Plastic (2002)
> Faux Voix (2003)
> Purple Hand (2005)