Keyboard Dep required June 6th

Last updated on 12 years ago
MisterpinkMisterpink
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Posted 12 years ago
Hi Guys

Need your help with the following

Due to our Keys player and MD of the band having to undergo an unexpected operation on the 5th which means he couldn't do this gig, I need a dep for him.

The gig is in Horsham in Sussex and is a wedding. You will need to be a competent player, do not have to be a reader as most of the set is fairly standard covers which I'm sure you would be familiar with. The gig will pay £250 for the night. You need your own transport and Keyboards.... obviously. PA and monitoring is supplied.

We would need to meet with you prior to the gig and any pre-recorded material you have or CV would be appreciated. I'll go into more info for the right people.

Please contact -

Jay 'Nathan' Cresswell (me) 07973750072 - Nathan@5catfish.com
Andy 'Fatboy' Lewis (MD) 07518943301 - Andy@5catfish.com



Cheers

Jay
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moomoo
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Posted 12 years ago
Right... Where's that old Moog of mine!!!
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MisterpinkMisterpink
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Posted 12 years ago

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moo wrote:
Right... Where's that old Moog of mine!!!


...... you've seen our set then... :D
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moomoo
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Posted 12 years ago
:D :D :D
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paul clifton
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
I cant believe all these years I have been pronouncing it moooog and it is actually pronounced 'moge'. i think that is a much less funky name
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moomoo
Fusioneer
Posted 12 years ago

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Paul Clifton wrote:
I cant believe all these years I have been pronouncing it moooog and it is actually pronounced 'moge'. i think that is a much less funky name


NO...

It's MOOg

:D :D
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paul clifton
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
Yes I'm sure that works for you ;) and since I prefer it too, let's insist that's what it is!
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RetroronRetroron
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
" MOGE " ?? That's just as bad as pronouncing Paiste cymbals as PAISTEY !! Whoever told you Moog was pronounced Moge is having a laugh!! :D
Edited by Retroron on 09-05-2009 02:59, 12 years ago
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travelingbassman
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
theyre were avin a turkish mate,cheers
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Angry-CanuckAngry-Canuck
Fusioneer
Posted 12 years ago

Quote

Retroron wrote:
" MOGE " ?? That's just as bad as pronouncing Paiste cymbals as PAISTEY !! Whoever told you Moog was pronounced Moge is having a laugh!! :D



Paistey is a condition, not a symbol!
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moomoo
Fusioneer
Posted 12 years ago
I remember MOGE too!

From someone involved in the company when I was at school.. The kid who shoved a copy of Level 42 album in my ears had one!
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Darren GoldsmithDarren Goldsmith
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Posted 12 years ago

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Todd wrote:

Quote

Retroron wrote:
" MOGE " ?? That's just as bad as pronouncing Paiste cymbals as PAISTEY !! Whoever told you Moog was pronounced Moge is having a laugh!! :D



Paistey is a condition, not a symbol!


Usually found in very white, sun-shirking Brits. :)
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DannyDanny
Fusioneer
Posted 12 years ago
Is that a bit like pail or pale?:|
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paul clifton
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago

Quote

Retroron wrote:
" MOGE " ?? That's just as bad as pronouncing Paiste cymbals as PAISTEY !! Whoever told you Moog was pronounced Moge is having a laugh!! :D


It was Bob Moog - the guy who invented it: he said he hated it being mis-pronounced Mooog. Not to me personally: it was on TV, can't remember which show - one of those 100 best things. Here is the Wikipedia ref though:

"Dr. Robert Arthur Moog pronounced moUg/ to rhyme with "rogue"

So I can assure you the correct pronunciation IS Moge.

Oh and the cymbals are pronounced Pie-stee. Wikipedia ref for that:

"Paiste is an Estonian/Finnish word which means "shine". The company's website indicates that "the correct pronunciation for 'Paiste' is 'Pie-stee', or as Mario Calire of Ozomatli says, 'It rhymes with feisty'!".
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Edited by paul clifton on 09-05-2009 15:46, 12 years ago
Angry-CanuckAngry-Canuck
Fusioneer
Posted 12 years ago

Quote

Paul Clifton wrote:

Quote

Retroron wrote:
" MOGE " ?? That's just as bad as pronouncing Paiste cymbals as PAISTEY !! Whoever told you Moog was pronounced Moge is having a laugh!! :D


It was Bob Moog - the guy who invented it: he said he hated it being mis-pronounced Mooog. Not to me personally: it was on TV, can't remember which show - one of those 100 best things. Here is the Wikipedia ref though:

"Dr. Robert Arthur Moog pronounced moUg/ to rhyme with "rogue"

So I can assure you the correct pronunciation IS Moge.

Oh and the cymbals are pronounced Pie-stee. Wikipedia ref for that:

"Paiste is an Estonian/Finnish word which means "shine". The company's website indicates that "the correct pronunciation for 'Paiste' is 'Pie-stee', or as Mario Calire of Ozomatli says, 'It rhymes with feisty'!".



And........the correst pronounciation is Staa-tus, NOT Stay-tus when you are in Canada!!
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paul clifton
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
Isn't it Stattus? lol
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RetroronRetroron
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
The late Jeff Porcaro,one of Paiste's longest running endorsee's certainly didn't pronounce it PIE-STEE in his tuitional videos!! It was simply Paiste!! B)
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paul clifton
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
You expected a drummer to be literate? lol
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RetroronRetroron
Senior Member
Posted 12 years ago
EASY TIGER!!! I was a pro drummer for 15 years!! ;)
MisterpinkMisterpink
Veteran Member
Posted 12 years ago
you shouldn't shout about that....
Essex..... Home of the Bass!!!!

UK Award Winning Wedding/Function Band:www.5catfish.com


HOT SAUCE Disco/Funk/Rare Groove covers band:www.HotSauceDisco.com



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