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In 2003, ex-Soft Machine 'fuzz-bass' innovator Hugh Hopper gifted Burning Shed one of the albums of his long and distinguished career.
A computer manipulated collage of live and studio performances, 'Jazzloops' possessed the fizz and energy of classic Soft Machine along with an astute awareness the possibilities of contemporary technology that occasionally brought to mind the jazzier extremes of post-Trip-Hoppers DJ Shadow and Koop.
Featuring mangled contributions from Robert Wyatt, Elton Dean and John Marshall (amongst many others).
guitar, bass, keyboards, voice, sampling
elton dean, steve franklin, pierre-olivier govin, christine janet, frank van der kooij, didier malherbe, john marshall, patrice meyer, nigel morris, simon picard, kim weemhoff, robert wyatt ...
assembled 2001-2, kent, uk
all pieces © hugh hopper 2002
photography by carl glover
design by aleph