82a Sunday Session 16th August 2015

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Them what wuz ‘ere: Val Nart piano, Alistair (Azo) Bell guitar, Craig Collinge piano, Arron Manfield saxes flute, Crag Forbes percussion drums, Philip Cleary spoken word, Benni Seidel guitar bass vocal audio edit mix

Tracks added 19th Sept 2015

08 16 2015 A there is a moment
, Val Nart piano, Philip Cleary voice, Arron Manfield percussion sax, Craig Forbes percussion drums, Alistair (Azo) Bell guitar L, Benni Seidel keyboard CR guitar CR
08 16 2015 B An Azo Riff, Alistair (Azo) Bell guitar, Arron Manfield sax, Craig Forbes drums, Val Nart piano, Benni Seidel bass
08 16 2015 D Hard Road, Craig Forbes drums, Craig Collinge piano, Philip Cleary vocal, Arron Manfield sax, Alistair (Azo) Bell guitar, Benni Seidel bass
08 16 2015 E Down from Boundary Street, Craig Collinge piano, Arron Manfield sax, Craig Forbes drums, Benni Seidel vocal keyboard</font
Original Version

Recording the sessions

Want to be involved?
Every Sunday
1:30pm – 6:30pm
Register via the OnLine Form


L@@K what Craig Forbes found
THE Marimba
‘THE’ Marimba
It actually sounds OK!

NOW PLAYING : Remix of 15th Feb 2015
Melanie Eden vocals, Peter Busboom bass, Arron Manfield sax percussion, Craig Forbes percussion drums, Fergus Leahy guitar L, Craig Collinge keyboard L, Anthony Santini sax drums, Benni Seidel guitarCR keyboardCR

To guarantee yourself active participation
and to help facilitate technical requirements and the set up of the space
Please confirm & make your needs known so we can accommodate you
Via the OnLine Form

WARNING: It ain’t for beginners!

THE SCHEDULE (approximate)
Technical and spacial set up. Any assistance will be welcome.
NB: The space and instrumentation, amplifiers, drum kit etc are set up as an average and for recording. Anyone wanting a radical change or with a complex set up should attempt to get in before 1:30pm, so the changes can be re-sound checked for recording purposes. Otherwise please play it as it is

1:30pm to 2:30pm Sound Check and a period for meeting, throwing around ideas/structures people would like to try. Nothing is recorded during this period
2:45pm to 5:15pm Free and/or structured improvisation and/or/maybe ideas from the 1st period
5:30pm to 6:30pm “VA@82A” = Virtually Acoustic, Free and/or structured improvisation with absolutely essential amplification only

Rules: No alcoholic or soft drinks in the studio, there’s a kitchen. Volume wars will not be tolerated. Please observe the neighbour breaks (usually about 15 minutes)

Step Up Speak Up: What you hear or see when you arrive doesn’t indicate or dictate the whole afternoon. You can make the difference. If you have an idea you’d like to try, be prepared. There’s access into the PA for IPod, IPhone, IPad, laptop, CD and there’s a dedicated laptop, projector, large screen, ‘Band in Box’, a big blackboard, reams of paper and marker pens so everyone can be on the same page!


Yes, it’s free! However a donation towards upkeep and/or munchies will be gratefully received.

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About 82A Sunday Sessions

The 82a Sunday Sessions are every Sunday 3:00pm to 7:00pm in a private studio/rehearsal space in Alexandria Sydney Australia The sessions are open to experienced musicians/performers/artists who're interested in collaborating, experimenting, pushing their envelope and critical dialogue in a cross section of performance arts. Music, spoken word, movement etc. The facilities and equipment are provided free to participants. Originality and critical dialogue are encouraged!
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