Black Tape for a Blue Girl

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Black Tape for a Blue Girl is the recording and performance project of Sam Rosenthal, who is also the leading program director of Projekt Records.

According to Rosenthal, the project "is where I realize my own thoughts and vision in art." It's not really a band in the traditional sense of late twentieth century music, but it is definitely collaborative. "Each person comes to it adding their own talents, but knowing I have decided where it should be headed. In that sense, it is like a play. And I am the director, and have the final statement."[1]


Notes

  1. Sam Rosenthal, interviewed for Youth Weekly, Hong Kong, August 27, 1996.