Re: Dancing prog fans
- --- In ProgAndOther@y..., Adam Levin <alevin@d...> wrote:
>I can't even imagine how one would dance to Boud Deun. Could
> Funniest occasion of prog-dancing I recall was a Boud Deun show at
> Phantasmagoria (R.I.P.) where two young women got up and got their
> groove on during Boud Deun's set.
easily lead to injuries to the dancers and all around them.
My nomination for funniest prog-dancing would have to go to
the Captain's kung-fu-fighting dance that he's done a couple
times at ProgDay. (I'm not sure if the Captain is still
around the P&O list - if so, no offense intended Capt).
-- Bob "Bice" Eichler
All in all a great show, it just would have been nice to have a few more bodies in the house.
Maybe, like me, they decided that $80 was better spend on the inevitable DVD release and about 5 local, live shows where you're so close you can hear the guitarist pick his strings.
Things like NEARfest excepted, I'm pretty much permanently off big shows, due to cost.
NP: Jesus Christ Superstar, disc 2 (the sad one)