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Re: Burning Man anyone?
Colin Jenkinson here, I'm interested.
Colin Jenkinson | nonikneJ niloC -Chapman Stick, Loops, and microtonality
From: Mike Biffle <email@example.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>;
Date: Wednesday, September 22, 1999 1:18 PM
Subject: Re: Burning Man anyone?
>I'm beggining some discussions concerning the dust control. Maybe
>shrink wrap a GT-5 and leave only holes for cable jacks? Take a tiny 2
>space rack for an EDP and Vortex and maybe also a Yamaha QY-70? I've
>heard there are *plenty* of stages which were not in use a fair
>portion of the time. I'm going to post a few messages to the Burning
>Man bulletin board and see if I can make contact with any stage
>managers or owners... I found a tabla player who'd love to meet and
>jam next year. My keyboard playing friend has light show multi-media
>types who are trying to figure out how to do that there as well.
>Miko Biffle "Running scared from
>all the usual distractions..."
>>>> Jeff & Vonda McLeod <firstname.lastname@example.org> 09/22 11:55 AM
> I didn't get to attend, but I do know someone who did. I heard
>year's was pretty huge attendance-wise--more so that in the past.
>riding dead horses to destroying tanks and armored vehicles with
>other dead animals. Sounds pretty damned crazy. I would love to play
>(with some dust covers, of course...).
>At 10:57 AM 9/22/1999 -0700, you wrote:
>>Did any of youse attend this years Burning Man festival? A key
>friend of mine returned and is now raving about all the
>music he saw and is trying to get me into his game plan for next
>While I'm very interested, I was initially very worried about dust
>in very expensive equipment. Also noisy generators etc. I'd love to
>all of this as well as the potential for some possible collaboration
>next years event with any of you.
>>Miko Biffle "Running scared from
>the usual distractions..."
>This is not here--
>And now is almost over...