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re: gratuitous nostalgia was: re: Looping in Prehistory
That would probably have been me--I don't remember seeing anyone else
doing that kind of thing at that time.
Tim, it's neat that we crossed paths like that, back in the dark ages,
without knowing it.
Hey, I just got a spam from Ken Fields and noticed that you're on a CD
with him. Cool. I did a few shows with Ken over the last couple of years
in a loose improv collective called NODE.
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I REMEMBER YOU!
YOU WERE GREAT!
Harvard Square, yes? Or was there another echo-using busker-bassist
Square at that time?
----- Original Message -----
From: Dan Soltzberg
Sent: 12/24/2005 11:37:58 PM
Subject: re: gratuitous nostalgia was: re: Looping in prehistory
I remember playing bass on the street in Cambridge, MA, in around
with a Moose battery operated bass amp and a DOD analog delay. Playing at
the doorway of a bank where the sound would echo around, and playing
echoes of the delay and the echoes coming off all the marble and concrete,
thinking to myself how cool it would be if there was something that could
capture and repeat . . .
Now we live in the future.
Merry christmas, y’all.
- The Dark Age
- From: "Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill" <firstname.lastname@example.org>