[Fwd: Re: KA's EA]


Subject: [Fwd: Re: KA's EA]
From: Larry Austin (larryaustin@grandecom.net)
Date: Wed Nov 09 2005 - 18:23:17 EST


Yes, of course, Ashley's "Wolfman", though it combined
pre-recorded tape with live voice in a feedback loop. There
were probably quite a number of tape pieces in that period
that used feedback as sonic material...my own "Roma" (1965)
is an example.

Larry

James Phelps wrote:

> How about Ashley's "Wolfman" ... '64 ... performed
> live that same year?
>
> -Jim
>
> --- Larry Austin <larryaustin@grandecom.net> wrote:
>
> > The earliest (first?) live-electronic, ea piece to
> > use a feedback
> > circuit was, I believe, David Behrman's "Wave Train"
> > (1967), whose
> > score was published in Source, Vol. 2, No. 1, with
> > an LP recording
> > included with Source, Vol. 2, No. 2....a wonderful
> > piece to hear and
> > to perform.
> >
> > Larry Austin
> >
> > John Kamevaar 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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