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Postby drdennis on Sat Jul 16, 2005 7:31 pm

Wish I could make it. You certainly
paint a pleasant picture.
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Postby Boogey on Sun Jul 24, 2005 8:58 pm

drdennis wrote:Wish I could make it. You certainly
paint a pleasant picture.

I wish I could speak English so good to write you about my impressions of Pat Mastelotto and Markus Reuter
as TUNER Warsaw concert.
It was great, it was really great. Wonderful music. Pat's drums were powerful and precise. Wish you all have been with us.
Pat and Markus are fine guys. After the concert we talked about KC. They gave us their autographs
and we have made some photos at last. Imagine yourselves : me and Pat :D
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Postby jtmack on Sun Jul 24, 2005 9:52 pm

Boogey wrote:
You actually posted something that is relevant! :D

Well. I wonder if anybody of you would come to Warsaw on 23.
There will be some fans from our KC forum and other nice persons.
Polish hospilality ( speclially by KC fans ) is worldknown, so don't worrrrrrrry 'bout the roof over your head, eatings'n'so
and lack of the excelent Polish beer and vodka doesn't threaten. For the connoisseurs lucy in the sky with diamonds
and local mobile mushrooms.


Thanks for the invite, It would have been really cool to have hung out with some Crimheads from Poland.. I'm sure you would have made a wonderful host.....

Boogey wrote:I wish I could speak English so good to write you about my impressions of Pat Mastelotto and Markus Reuter


I wish you could too.. If you do try to do a review I'll read it.
Oh, by the way my boss just loved that link you sent. Thank you again....... 8)
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Postby Owen on Mon Jul 25, 2005 10:42 am

Pat is featured on another new release:

muse-wrapped.com wrote:Muse Wrapped Records, is proud to introduce XCARNATION, a studio project masterminded by CENK EROGLU, a Turkish guitarist who released his first solo album in the year 1991. From then on, he produced many albums in Turkey and became renowned as a composer, guitarist, arranger and producer.

After his second solo album was released in the year 1996, he began to work on a new project which was aimed at an integration of heavy rock and electronic sounds into a synthesis of Eastern and Western music. The materialization of this new sound covered a long period of time during which he met first Pat Mastellotto (Mr. Mister and King Crimson) and then Kip Winger (Winger) - who – together with Rod Morgenstein (WINGER, DIXIE DREGS), Reb Beach (WINGER, DOKKEN, WHITESNAKE) and many ethnic instrument players - made their artistic contributions to the songs in the Xcarnation album.

The resulting album entitled “Grounded” is a shockingly good musical experience blending such diverse influences in nothing else than a milestone in modern alternative rock music!

“Grounded” features all songs written, sung, arranged and engineered by Cenk Eroglu, it is ready to meet the world market on September 13th 2005 AND shall be handled via Muse Wrapped Records .

Born in Istanbul Turkey in 1967, as the son of an accomplished conductor, arranger and jazz pianist, Cenk Eroglu became involved with music at a very early age. During his teenage years, he spent most of his time writing, playing and recording music, which initiated his musical career.

When we first became aware of Cenk Eroglu, his talent blew my mind. I've worked with a lot of great musicians over the years and after I heard the track "Everlasting" I knew I needed to sign this guy.

We are thrilled to have him join the Muse Wrapped Records family and we look forward to great things from him in the future.


http://muse-wrapped.com/

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Postby Owen on Mon Aug 22, 2005 7:01 am

Mastelotto news, and some Gunn news too...

Pat, on his guestbook wrote:It won't pay the rent but I did some tracks for Matte Henderson, Ronan Chris Murphy, Cenk Eroglu and even Trey ESPN Gunn this week.


http://www.patmastelotto.com/guestbook1.0.html

What's with the ESPN reference?

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Postby vrooom on Mon Aug 22, 2005 9:44 am

Owen wrote:What's with the ESPN reference?


Because that's who TG writes music for now...from KC to ESPN. At least the work is regular...


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Postby Owen on Mon Aug 22, 2005 11:38 am

vrooom wrote:that's who TG writes music for now...from KC to ESPN. At least the work is regular...


Somehow I missed that news back in 2002... I searched for info on what shows he's worked on but found bugger all results. Does anyone know if there's a list somewhere?

I really should order Untune The Sky one day soon. I own none of Trey's solo works and that seems the best place to start.

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Postby vrooom on Mon Aug 22, 2005 11:48 am

From my memory, it was a hockey show or something...but don't quote me on that because my KC memory isn't as good as it used to be. :oops:


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Postby Owen on Mon Aug 22, 2005 12:10 pm

vrooom wrote:From my memory, it was a hockey show or something...but don't quote me on that because my KC memory isn't as good as it used to be.


Wrestling apparently.

I found the reference to that one show posted over at K-news back in 2002. Here's an extract from their archives:

'Hawkeye: Iowa's Men of the Mat'; it's a rough-edged, all-access, season-long look at the University of Iowa's wrestling team.


Apparently it was "country finger picking" style music.

But what I really wanted to know is what else he has done for TV, if anything. If this is his new main income generator then he must have done more than that one show. It has been three years.

Anyone know?

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Postby Riverman on Mon Aug 22, 2005 3:16 pm

Owen wrote:I really should order Untune The Sky one day soon. I own none of Trey's solo works and that seems the best place to start.

Definitely, although Live Encounter and The Joy of Molybdenum are great starting points too. UtS is semi-redundant with the others, but it's got half an hour of stuff that isn't strictly repeated from elsewhere. The DVD is really the selling point.
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