Friday, April 16, 2010


The next day we did a short drive to the Flywheel in Easthampton, were Roel again did a solo set, and Stelzer/Talbot also played. Not many people showed up, but Thurston Moore came out (he liked Roel's solo thing), Gregory Whitehead ("wow, there is a guy in the audience who has the same voice as Gregory Whitehead, but obviously its not him. Why would he come to see you guys?") and my first ever meeting with the man I now know so much better: Scott Foust. Outside on the pavement, the smoking party gathered (Thurston, Roel, Scott and me), Scott mentioned in passing that I was 'well to do'. He doesn't remember, cause I asked him later, and he wasn't sure why he said so. And now for a little quiz. There is nothing to download from this gig, as there is no recording. Finish the following line and win a prize: "Hey, but that means that..."
Players were: Peter Duimelinks, Roel Meelkop and Frans de Waard. Gig
74 16-04-2002 Flywheel. Easthampton, MA, USA


  1. ... Thurston Moore didnt base his "Kapotte Muziek by" on recordings from that day ?

  2. excellent answer. you won the price!

  3. yeah !!! :)
    cant wait do discover what i won :)