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Tim kisses the kilowatts Re: Community
You were at my show? And... hee hee... you saw me complete the path to
ground through the microphone, testing my own earlier thread?
You shoulda come up and said "hi"! I'm very approachable, even when reeling
from electrical shock!
And I'm glad you liked "Astronomy," but I can't take credit for it. That's
a Syd Barrett tune from the first 'Floyd LP. I adore old psych.
> [Original Message]
> From: Tim Nelson <email@example.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Date: 5/6/2005 5:45:37 PM
> Subject: Re: Community
> --- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > ...the walker bros...(hey i bought yer records back
> > the 60s!)
> Ha, one of the very first LPs I ever owned, along with
> the 'Hard Days Night' soundtrack album, was by John
> Stewart and Scott Engel, billed as "Original members
> of the Walker Brothers"...
> I've been thinking about Mark's distinction between
> various levels of community, and I have to agree that
> in an online-based community such as this one, there
> is sometimes a bit of the residual 'lurker' mentality
> remaining even when we do go out to live events. I
> dunno, maybe there's an appeal to the incognito
> factor, but I often go to events I hear about on this
> list without feeling the need to make my presence
> known. Sometimes I'll introduce myself, sometimes not;
> it's not an antisocial symptom or anything. Maybe I
> just find it difficult to carry on a conversation in a
> noisy, distracting environment, or feel reluctant to
> bug people at gigs...
> Fer example, last Saturday I saw a listmember test an
> earlier thread about using a poorly-grounded vintage
> tube amplifier, and then close his set with a great
> original song called 'Astronomy Domine'... :)
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