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Re: Artists?


Loopers' Delight has been going since around the Spring of 1996.

People have wandered in and out of it over the years.

ECM recording artist David Torn was once a frequent poster in the  
early years.

He's probably the highest profile guitarist to grace this group.

Other musicians were little known when they started here but now are  
quite popular - thinking of cellist Zoe Keating.

Most of us labor in various levels of obscurity.

I think people who have really "made it" in the wider music biz  
wouldn't have the time to maintain too much of a relationship with  
this list in the long run.

It's hard enough to have and maintain a "life" of any sort of  
normality as it is.

The internet just makes things more difficult.

Though most folks here are "lesser known" there are still many, many  
that are my "heros" and major influences.

I could name names, but soon as I did I'd forget and leave someone out.

Let's just say that there are "world class" people here that are as  
good at what they do and anybody on the planet.

I'm pleased to have met a great many in person and can call an awful  
lot of them friends.

Our moderator, Kim Flint, and our guiding spirit and looping sage  
Matthias Grob could tell you more.

Best regards,

tEd  KiLLiAn


Ted Killian's "Flux Aeterna" is also available at Apple iTunes

On Feb 9, 2010, at 1:20 AM, Petri Lahtinen wrote:

> "Ace Ovil wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Im new to this looping game so I have no idea how large this  
> community is "
> I was pondering the same question, how many subscribers there are to  
> the list?
> And is there a thread where I could find all the artists that  
> contribute to this list.
> So far I've found so much interesting music through this list, its  
> contributors, thanks a lot!!
> -- 
> Petri Lahtinen
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