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Re: Another Y2K is in the books

I echo Daniel Bill, it sounds like it was equally wonderful or better than the 3 years I have been fortunate to attend thus far.  I made a personal choice not to come this year as it's my son's last year home for a while with college coming next year.  I hope to return to the event next year.  I'm glad there were so many new present, particularly new young musicians on the front such as Kay'lon.  It's a wondefully inspired fest that can only spawn new ideas and directions.  Congrats to Rick for keeping this event going, doing what I'm sure was a stellar job keeping all together.  Congrats to you Bill on being part of the 'team' and to you and all the performers who took part.



On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 11:47 PM, Daniel Thomas <danielthomas4@mac.com> wrote:
Sad to have missed you all this year.   From what I have heard on youtube, it seems you had a wonderful festival.

Loop on!

On Oct 23, 2012, at 7:50 PM, William Walker wrote:

> Thanks Rick for another great festival, once again the house is empty and I've said goodbye to old friends and new. I had gigs on Friday night and part of Saturday that caused me to miss some performances , but what I did see was some great music and a celebration of diversity like no other festival I can think of. It was great to hear Joe Gore play, he has an absolutely staggering command of sound design using  mainstage and logic often employing several distinct yet complimentary sounds in the course of a song. interestingly enough he loops with a boomerang rather  than a soft looper.  i miss everyone already, it was an excellent event that seems too short once its over.
> Bill

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