Re: KA's EA


Subject: Re: KA's EA
From: John Kamevaar (jacobus.kamevaar@sympatico.ca)
Date: Wed Nov 09 2005 - 17:52:59 EST


I hear you - it was my first experience of a dimension that was in
excess of the intentionality of pop (I was a rock'n'' roller those
days). Of course there was Hendrix. But was he predated by the
Yardbirds? A number of "industrial" groups were using guitar feedback
in the '80s. My band Kaiser Nietzsche, used both guitar and mic
feedback in those days (performance in the CEC Perspective series 1991)
- but I'm wondering who were the pioneers in feedback.
Thanx for everyone's responses.

On Nov 9, 2005, at 5:24 PM, James Phelps wrote:

> To clarify ... I didn't mean "I Feel Fine" was the
> first such example ... just think that's the tune you
> were thinking of.
>
> -Jim
>
>
>
> --- James Phelps <jimphelps_niucms@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>> Maybe "I Feel Fine?"
>>
>> -Jim
>>
>>
>>
>> --- John Kamevaar <jacobus.kamevaar@sympatico.ca>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Loudspeakers eh?
>>> Then I guess my first EA moment was in 196?, when
>>> George Harrison did
>>> that opening note
>>> with brief feedback..... What was it called...
>>> "She's A Woman"?
>>> Recursion.
>>> Anybody know who used feedback (mic or guitar)
>>> "first" in non-money
>>> music?
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
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