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  1. "A fresh and open music, delicate and space-conscious, is shaped as drummer Thomas Strønen and Ayumi Tanaka, previously heard in the ensemble Time Is A Blind Guide on Lucus, resurface in a new trio with clarinettist/singer/percussionist Marthe Lea. The group first came together at Oslo’s Royal Academy of Music, where for two years the players would meet each week for exploratory music making. Strønen: 'We always played freely- drifting between elements of contemporary classical music, folk music, jazz, whatever we were inspired by. Sometimes the music was very quiet and minimalistic: playing t
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  2. My First concert was 1975 I was 12 and had a paper route to do in the early morning but took the city bus with 3 others to see lynyrd skynyrd at the seattle coliseum. Pretty rowdy lots of people passed out from drugs all over big huge garbage bins the cops filled with all the stuff they took at the doors. Loved it lol!
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  3. That is an exceptionally accurate description of a Grateful Dead concert..., When I lived in Marin, CA for 20 years, these people lived that life, every day, I hired and worked with a lot of them - fun persona to manage. The Bay Area was a Dead Head haven. Go out to Mill Valley, Larkspur, or further to Inverness, or any of the far-West Marin Burroughs, and it's like leaving the country.
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  4. Top left was my first concert. Ozzy and I think UFO opened for them. It was also a month before Randy died in the plane crash. It was my first and my favorite.
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  5. As much as I love music … and I mean just about any kind of music, concerts have never really been my thing. I have been to roughly 20 or 30 but mainly my appearances have been for the social side of things with a backdrop of tunes. Some of the concerts not necessarily even witnessing the band/s showmanship. I believe my first was Steve Miller at Pine Knob music theater in a northern suburb of Detroit … roughly 1989. It is an outdoor venue where the first 35 rows are covered with an overhead structure and has assigned seating. Behind that is a grass hill where it becomes first
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  6. I don't know if you could run a guitar through it but I could certainly plug in a turntable. https://www.stereophile.com/tubepreamps/706cj/index.html I think the 17LS is going to make its way upstairs. The only thing it's missing is a tape loop but it does have a home theater bypass which I'll never use.
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