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(ot) rhythm intensive method

I also would love to read up more on some of your rhythm instruction. 
You've shared a few exercises in the past and I found them to be very 

Paul Haslem
Ontario, Canada

At 05:26 AM 12/29/2006, you wrote:
>Dave Trenkel asked:
>"What a great story, Rick! I'm kind of a sucker for reading musician's
>memoirs, ever considered writing a book?"
>You know, it's funny you mention it.   I'm not a very famous 
>musician so I've always wondered
>whether any one would be interested in reading such a book,   but 
>I've also been ridiculously
>blessed to have played with many world class and acknowledged master 
>musicians from around the
>planet  and many of the luminaries of both the World Beat movement 
>in the early 80's and the live looping
>movement (if one can call it a movement).  I've also had some pretty 
>interesting and unusual things happen to me
>in my life of music.
>What I've been doing lately (mostly because I've realized that it's 
>very difficult to get either music or memoirs
>published)  is I've started a blog at Tribe.net.  I figured that at 
>one point I might just take all those writings
>and put them together into a memoirs.
>I've also started posting portions of my Rhythm Intensive method at 
>both the FrameDrummers at Yahoogroups
>and the Frame Drummers tribe at Tribe.net just so some of those 
>ideas would get out into the world.
>I always imagined that Kim Flint would cringe if I posted those 
>musings on the theory of rhythm here at
>Loopers Delight so I have shied away from publishing them here but 
>if there is enough call for them
>and if Kim is amenable,  I could post them here as Off Topic 
>adjuncts to making music with looping.
>We'll see.