A day before the wonderful WLDRF & L’Chaim gig at Tango in Delft http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?… we had a test session to see what mixing a klezmer orchestra with an improv loopcore banfd would sound like… this is snippet 1.
If you are a little bit patient we will soon present you some beautiful footage from the Tango gig.
Bedankt aan alle vrienden en fans die met ons Simon’s korte bezoek aan het natte en koude Nederland kwamen vieren in Ciccionina!
A small change of plans for Simon’s goodbye gig:
WALDORF ARABIAN NIGHT
DOORS OPEN AT 7 PM
GIG STARTS AT 9 PM
—————————-original (NO LONGER VALID) plan:——————–
And this is just the start of the show… more video’s and full length podcasts soon!
Thanx to Moritz, Floor & Anna for the pics and videos!
final test run:
portable power – check!
radio transmission – ceck!
drums – check!
keys, guitar & loops – check!
loops & FXs – check!
mic – check!
dance, dance, dance to the radio Waldorf 107.5 fm
On Saturday the 7th of November, Waldorf will entertain you with a special drive-in performance at ‘de landtong’ in Rozenburg. With the river Maas and the Rotterdam harbor as a beautiful backdrop, we will see us play a stompin’ set of tarmac-eating-impro-party-anthems.
That’s right; you will see us, but in order to hear us,you will have to get in your car and pump your stereo. Now you might think; ‘that’s convenient, I’ve got a radio at home, I will just tune in Saturday’… that won’t work, because the Waldorf Radio FM transmitter will only reach the end of the parking lot Waldorf will be playing on.
So take a nice ride to the Noordzeeweg in Rozenburg Saturday the 7th and come and see us play from 20:30.
— If you are planning to come and have a spare seat for a fellow Waldorf fan, could you be so kind and post it on http://www.hitchhikers.org/index.cgi?lang=nl If you are a Waldorf fan without a car, ask around or take a look at the site. —-
hope to see you there,
p.s. It will be one of the very last chances for you to see Simon perform as part of Waldorf before he leaves for Saudi Arabia. We will also have a small celebration since it’s Pieter’s birthday that day.
Our favourite uncle – uncle Bob is coming to Holland to celebrate his release from prison and asked us to come along and play at the Patronaat in Haarlem. Off course all our dearest friends are invited, so get your ass to the Patronaat on Friday the 31st of July 2009, from 21:00 because this will be a night to remember.
The Apollo 11 mission was the first manned mission to land on the Moon. It was the fifth human spaceflight of Project Apollo and the third human voyage to the Moon. Launched on July 16, 1969, it carried Mission Commander Neil Alden Armstrong, Command Module Pilot Michael Collins, and Lunar Module Pilot Edwin Eugene ‘Buzz’ Aldrin, Jr. On July 20, Armstrong and Aldrin became the first humans to land on the Moon, while Collins orbited above. What many people do not know is that Apollo 11 had a stowaway. And his name was Bob.
Bob Log III was found out trying to jump out of the lunar module before Neil Armstrong, wearing his home made purple space suit and microphone helmed. Tied to the lunar module’s toilet he was taken back to earth. On landing, Bob was taken away by CIA agents, sentenced to 40 years and locked up in a secret prison somewhere in the Mississippi delta. And while the world getting ready to celebrate the first man on the moon, Waldorf celebrates the return of their long lost uncle, just released from prison.
Meet our favorite uncle, uncle Bob:
Klaar is case just got even better! Dance away your sins with the improv-loop-core-dance-machine that is known as Reverend Klabbeo & the Waldorfians.