On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 08:20:11AM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Haha, I don't qualify as a "the", but, yeah, that's me. Glad you've enjoyed my stuff. I haven't done much with music in a few years, or even listened much, but recently started listening again, and have been enjoy all the great new music you-all have been posting here.
I downloaded and enjoyed General Fuzz's whole catalog about 6 years ago, and enjoyed it a lot-- I like chillout, and his music was always impeccably produced. Thanks for reminding me to re-listen to it. I guess he does live here, though I haven't met him.
Aha, Satie. Well, that could possibly resolve an over-30-year-old mystery for me, which was: where did Holdsworth come up with all those wild chord voicings? Perhaps he was inspired by Satie? Wouldn't be surprised if British prog-rock guys of the 1970s were running around listening to Satie; Steve Hackett covered Gymnopediae on one of his records, etc. I'm not that familiar with Satie so I might have not made the connection from there to Holdsworth. Makes sense though.
> Thanks, again, for listening, Ken.
Thanks for posting!
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