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Re: Let us loop the praises of Sunao Inami!
I have today received my batch of Loopers-Delight Volume III.
Wow! I'm humbled by the other great artists on this CD. And I'm most
grateful to Sunao for his dedication and organization that made this fine
possible. What a fine CD!
Fellow Volume III participants, please know I will be sending copies of
fine CD to a number of Boston-area college radio stations with radio shows
that air these kinds of music.
OFF-LIST, please contact me if you would like the names and addresses of
these stations - so you can also directly send more of your music.
Reciprocally, please can you send me the contact details of radio stations
near to you that you know also play the kinds of music heard on the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sunao Inami" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 10:21 PM
Subject: Re: Let us loop the praises of Sunao Inami!
> Hi LD,
> Thank you for your great comments, Douglas..
> I thought the problem is my poor English, I am afraid of
> communication(Crossing, a misapprehension etc).
> but all schedule and planning are done very smooth and on time,I am
> very happy...
> and I enjoyed sound mastering and cover design.
> The only difficulty was shipp 16 parcels to all over sea
> contributors. I shipped over 600 CDs total..
> anyway, thank you again Looper's Delight and LD CD Vol.3 contributors!
> the CD details is below
> happy new year
> At 9:36 AM -0500 05.12.29, Douglas Baldwin wrote:
> >I received my package of CDs from Sunao yesterday. Stunning! On Many
> >1) Beautiful presentation. Images and quality of printing are excellent.
> >2) Excellent sequencing and mastering of the audio. No jarring leaps in
> >level or tone. I've only listened in snippets, but I look forward to
> >slipping it in my CD player and zoning out from beginning to end very
> >3) A wonderful business/marketing experience. Everything was done on
> >Sunao obviously did not make a penny on our costs, and I now have thirty
> >to use for promotion of my music, and the music of my fellow loopers.
> >4) A renewed sense of community. The names that appear on my computer
> >are now linked with music.
> >5) A kick in my own personal keester. I will now begin to book the
> >gigs I've been threatening to do for lo these many years, partly because
> >have a(nother) product (besides my own CD and the performance itself) to
> >Sunao Inami is a powerful person, and I am honored to be in his circle.
> >Douglas Baldwin, coyote-at-large (The Coyote Loops!)
> >"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic
> >hallway where pimps and thieves run free and good men die like dogs.
> >also a negative side."
> >--- Hunter S. Thompson
> >"...and then there is Sunao and the looping community, who offer a
> >way, and live it."
> >--- dB