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All, sounding great, bet it was a wonderful opening eve, very much
looking fwd to being there one slight obstacLe but think its gonna be
alright as the song goes.  Go Y2KX!


On 10/13/10, stanitarium@earthlink.net <stanitarium@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Zoe! wonderful show lastnite @ Yoshis here in town. that damn
> rattling(broken) p.a. spkr tho was driving me nuts on those lo 
> probably couldnt hear it-it was foh...
> good to see some looper guys there too-Sean E. playing busdriver was in 
> spirits.
> hopefully we can get half the crowd you had for a future loopfest :-)
> -----Original Message-----
>>From: Zoe Keating <info@zoekeating.com>
>>Sent: Oct 13, 2010 10:05 AM
>>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>>Subject: Re: Y2K-X BEGINS
>>I love the image if all the little sleeping loopers!
>>Jeff Duke <jeffloops@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>Cheers to you Rick!! Great to meet you last night, see you today soon!
>>>On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 3:16 AM, Rick Walker <looppool@cruzio.com> 
>>>>    After an incredibly exhausting and exhilirating day,
>>>> all the loopers are finally in bed asleep.
>>>> They came as early as 1 o'clock (Randolf Ariola from Singapore)
>>>> and as late as 1 a.m. (Leander Reininghaus from Berlin).
>>>> All day long we've had wonderful stimulating conversations punctuated
>>>> by the constant stream (on the average of one every 10 or 15 mintues)
>>>> of small fires that I needed to put out.
>>>> Chris and Nancy and Bill and I worked all day to make sure everyone
>>>> was comfortable and there is now a tiny global village in my
>>>> neighborhood.
>>>> Two loopers will sleep across the street;  two at the house next door,
>>>> eleven in the empty house that my gracious and generous neighbor, Mark
>>>> Riley donated
>>>> (he got married to a woman in the neighborhood, moved in with her and
>>>> his
>>>> old house
>>>> is completely empty).  Thirteen people are sleeping at our compound
>>>> (eleven
>>>> of them loopers)
>>>> I went and bought 5 sleeping bags and 11 air mattresses to augment the
>>>> huge
>>>> amount of sleeping bags and mattresses lent us by friends, family and
>>>> neighbors.
>>>> Our washing machine died on us day before yesterday and we now have a
>>>> brand
>>>> new one winging it's way to us tomorrow (of course, delivery is just 
>>>> all
>>>> ten loopers
>>>> get ready for their trip to the first San Jose concert and Bill and I
>>>> prepare for our
>>>> 15th anniversary of the 1st digital live looping monthly series
>>>> performance
>>>> at
>>>> Mobo Sushi..........a venue that hasn't had live music in ten years 
>>>> which is opening
>>>> it's doors up to this historic occasion.
>>>> I'm so buzzed that I can't sleep but the house is so full of sleeping
>>>> people
>>>> that I have to be really careful not to disturb anyone.
>>>> Tomorrow it begins...............the 10th Anniversary of this 
>>>> festival.
>>>> Mark Thorton (aka Arkmay) is here doing a documentary film on the 
>>>> weeks'
>>>> proceedings and I'm very excited.
>>>> Tomorrow I actually may have a half an hour to try and get some kind 
>>>> performance together.
>>>> There's been no time to think music until right now.
>>>> Awesome!!!!!!!   Everyone's here!!!!!

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