Turning on the wayback machine (OK, not THAT
way-back, but...) and I'm combing through
the list for Y2K5 recordings. I'd like to get any that I can get my hands
on, since I've never been to the festival and would love to hear what folks are
playing. I found these below, but
seem to vaguely remember some CD's being available too? Is there a
complete list of online Y2K5 recordings available anywhere still?
what's the date(s) for Y2K6?...
Found those gallery pics again too (http://y2k5.grubmah.com/), which is really
cool for putting faces to names. Thanks for whoever put that
Outstanding. Thanks, Greg.
Here is the evolving list, folks, Ghost 7 included:
I think Ted Killian is up next.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 12:38
Subject: RE: Y2K5 Performance Recordings
- I Guess I'll Share Mine First
I am happy to share
my file with the list. It was a first attempt at looping live, thought I’ve
used similar techniques in the studio. I’m afraid it doesn’t reach anywhere
near what I had intended/hoped, but that’s showbiz, and I guess it’s
interesting as an example of a first go at it. And there’s a few good moments
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 6:35
Subject: Y2K5 Performance Recordings - I
Guess I'll Share Mine First
While I'm waiting for others to
download their Y2K5 performance files, receive them on CD-R, or decide
whether they want to share their music with the LD list, I guess I'll share my
set first, especially since mine was the only set where the streaming server
went down and thus no one on LD was able to hear it. Unfortunately, I couldn't
play AND monitor the stream at the same time! My brain just doesn't
operate that way. :)
So, for what it's worth, here it
is...one gigantor 30 minute, evolving, improvisational
p.s. Rainer, fess up...who were
you able to record orver the broadcast with any degree of fidelity?
Enquiring minds want to know... :)