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Re: Show is the Spirit of Live Music

Well personally i don't think i do give a show (or if i do it is
unconscious), most of the gigs i have been to that people have complained
about it is because the bass player is jumping up or down and the singer
isn't smiling - this saddens me the performance of the band (in musical
terms) is often uncommented on. I like to think of music venues being
auditoriums (aural = to hear) then spectator stands.........but i do like 
see how things are done - just part of my personality i suppose

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Relay" <relaydelayband@earthlink.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 30, 2003 8:59 PM
Subject: Show is the Spirit of Live Music

> David Swain
> <snip>
> if i saw something advertised as a 'loop show' i would expect to see the
> looping done, sorry if i was unclear on this. I agree with you it doesn't
> have to be obvious, maybe it the 'technical' side of my brain kicking in
> .......... I was always one of those kids that had to get my toys in
> to see how it worked, i guess some things never change.
> [Clayton Gary Lehmann]
> People listen with their eyes--I bet even blind people do this, they aim
> their face toward the sound.
> Give em' a show--but don't hurt yourself.
> Gary