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From: "Andrew J. Rozsa" <> Subject: Re: introduction and hi
From: "Marcel Engels" <> wrote:
>I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and >say hi. >I've been invited to this list a long time ago by Mark Fonda
Hi, Marcel.  Long time no see. Delighted to see you here. For those of you you may not know, Marcel and David Brewer, and some hard-core Tangerine Dream fans have gathered a little over a year ago in the huge Okefenokee swamp (Georgia, USA) and created a totally improvised electronic album as a tribute to Tangerine Dream. For those who may be interested in the Okefenokee trip, a site with pictures and soundbytes can be found here: http://home.wanadoo.nl/mengels/okefenokee/ There is a CD-R, and it may be available from Vic Rek.... if he still has copies left. I have two CD-Rs by Marcel, "Impulse" and "Substance" and they are part of my collection of "treasures." Marcel (FSP) is also a contributor to the 2-disk 2-volume GoldTri project, which was similar to the e-Progeny project here, inasmuch that the music was created and played by members of a(n) (electronic music) discussion group. True, gems, indeed. 

From: "Marcel Engels" <> Subject: RE: introduction and hi
Hi Andrew, I saw some familair faces here and a lot of new ones. People from all over the world.
> For those who may be interested in the Okefenokee trip, a site with > pictures and soundbytes can be found here: > http://home.wanadoo.nl/mengels/okefenokee/ > There is a CD-R, and it may be available from Vic Rek.... if he still has > copies left.
Well, actually it also came out on regular CD. :-) And there has been an Okefenokee trip this year too which can be seen/heard at: http://www.feldoncentral.com/oke2001/ Also the music will be released this fall.
> I have two CD-Rs by Marcel, "Impulse" and "Substance" and they > are part of > my collection of "treasures." Marcel (FSP) is also a contributor to the > 2-disk 2-volume GoldTri project, which was similar to the > e-Progeny project > here, inasmuch that the music was created and played by members of a(n) > (electronic music) discussion group. True, gems, indeed.
And not to forget my regular CD "Pointless Reminder". But this is where the plugs end. I don't want to 'bore' the people over here with only my music.
> Marcel, you should check out the Mark's web-site associated with this > (e-Prog) discussion list. > > http://www.e-prog.net/ > > Under "Band Information" you will find around 400-500 bands and > reviews of > their music as posted by members of this list.
Thanks. I will check it out. Hope to find some good music. What I like (so far) is 70s progrock like Pulsar, PFM, Refugee or St Tropez (is this released on CD btw?). Don't know what style it is (classical, spacey?) but thats what I like. Personally I'm not into ELP and clean 80s/90s prog. Marcel http://home.wanadoo.nl/mengels mengels@wanadoo.nl

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