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Kurt live tonight....

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  1. Sandemose
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    For the first time in 6 years I get to see Kurt live again. 8 pm tonight at Fasching, in Stockholm, and Im so excited about this. Seems like quite alot of tickets have been sold (not sold out yet though), so hopefully Kurt will have a great crowd tonight. Gonna tell you all about it later.

    Best, Sandemose

  2. riverstooge
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    Yo, 'DEMOSE, please get some audio bootleg or video man! I gotta hear 'Brooklyn Sometimes' live! Haha, all the best.

    Sincerely (Jealous), Riverstooge

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  3. Sandemose
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    The power of Kurt compels you!

    Two days ago I witnessed Kurt live at Fasching in Stockholm. It was a great gig, many new tunes Ive never heard before were played, but some old "hits" (like Turns) to sing along with as well. "Birds of Prey" went through the roof, a brutal tune, perhaps close to a song like Gamma Band (from one of the bootlegs from Village Vanguard) and others too. "Deja Vu", and "Homage to Mitch" were really nice as well. I got a moment after the gig to talk with Kurt backstage (I thought I would be starstruck but wasnt) and it was a great moment for me. I also used the oppertunity to hand over a present from Sweden, a CD with Allan Petterssons 7th symphony (conducted by Antal Dorati), which is probably the best music thats ever been recorded in my book. I of course forgot to ask Kurt what pick he uses. Sorry guys...

    Coming back from a hard last year with all kinds of trouble on all different levels this was something Ive been looking forward to for so long. Im so happy having experienced this. I really needed it. Thanks Kurt and band, and also you ACT. Im really thankful to you all.

    Best regards, Sandemose

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  4. Quintricacy
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    Good to hear Sandemose! I'm going to be seeing the same group here in Dublin next week. He's playing as part of a festival and my dad's group are opening for them :)

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  5. Azraelwave
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    wow quintricacy.....could ask what pick he use? if its possible ...thanks

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  6. guitarmo
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    Could you ask him how many hours of practice are needed each day to be as good as him?

  7. Sandemose
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    guitarmo: haha...what? Doesnt it depend on who you are, and where you are in your development?

    Best, Sandemose

  8. guitarmo
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    Yeah, that was a joke. The whole pick thing is just funny to me.

  9. Sandemose
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    But the pick looks so big though, cant help to be curious...

    best, Sandemose

  10. jorgemg1984
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    Maybe its a John Pearse camel bone, they are white and very big....


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