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chama

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Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« on: 15.02.2010, 12:24:00 »

This thread is for music suggestions and entries for the Furry Music Café 8 at Eurofurence 16. Info about the event:

http://www.furrymusic.org/cafe/ef16/
« Last Edit: 15.02.2010, 15:14:27 by chama »
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Re: Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« Reply #1 on: 15.02.2010, 13:33:06 »

Ähm... What is the Music Cafe?
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Re: Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« Reply #2 on: 15.02.2010, 15:15:06 »

Ah, working on the page right now. Well, early question gets early answer. Added the addy to the original post!
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Re: Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« Reply #3 on: 15.02.2010, 22:51:41 »

I definitely like to hear City Fox again! :)
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Re: Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« Reply #4 on: 17.02.2010, 16:08:14 »

Kiki: the Music Cafe is a stage event, where many people get the chance to perform music they have written/composed themselves. Though it is by no means a jam session, it is not like a concert of a single artist (style might change quite rapidly, breaks inbetween the songs and so on.

And the best part: the audience gets coffee and cookies together with good music :)
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Re: Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« Reply #5 on: 18.02.2010, 12:30:18 »

Kiki: the Music Cafe is a stage event,

We will have to decide if it actually takes place on main stage this year.
The stage and the hall are so damn huge (as in gigantic) that if you put some 50 people in there they look like the leftovers from the party the night before not like an audience. ;D Nothing that could be considered cozy.
I'd prefer the piano-bar but that isn't finally decided yet.

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Re: Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« Reply #6 on: 18.02.2010, 14:47:37 »

Of course that sounds better - didn't consider the space that the new hotel offers :)
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Re: Furry Music Café 8 Music Thread
« Reply #7 on: 20.02.2010, 17:27:21 »

We will have to decide if it actually takes place on main stage this year.
The stage and the hall are so damn huge (as in gigantic) that if you put some 50 people in there they look like the leftovers from the party the night before not like an audience. ;D Nothing that could be considered cozy.
I'd prefer the piano-bar but that isn't finally decided yet.

Ooh, I'd love to hold it in the piano bar. If it's anything like the one they have in Cologne, it's the perfect place for a FMC.

Oh, and Chama, of course we'll perform Flight of the Phoenix, right? And I'll even hold back on strangling you, should you decide to play your version, too.
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