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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Wave Magnetik - LIVE Concert at Home, Newcastle University - Nov. 26

Wave Magnetik (trumpet, dj, vocals) 

Electronic Dance and JazzPlease note that this video contains flashing and strobe effects. So said the blurb. 

Private video...Sign in if you've been granted access to this video. So said the blurb. 
Sign in? Trailed as being premiered at 1:15pm on Thursday 26th November 'through a YouTube channel' and 'lasting around 42 minutes' your reviewer decided life is too short to be jumping through hoops and 'signing in'.
Russell  

1 comment :

Ken_D said...

I tried the link I saw (e-mail from Kings-hall-music "LIVE Concerts at Home") and it worked (just hit 'No Thanks' when Sign-In is offered). URL is https://youtu.be/rN2RxnzrqZEc but is only available for 7 days.

This series of LIVE at Home has been interesting in that it presents a wide range of music and some surprises - I was enthralled by sitarist Jasdeep Singh Degun who performed a captivating Afternoon Raag, and the following week gave a similarly great performance at the London Jazz Festival (Raag based, not jazz !!). The series is nicely varied, this weeks probably geared towards the younger trumpet-playing generation, but worth a look. Nice to note that the intros and outtros from Wave Magnetik made a courteous mention of being part of the Kings Hall performances.

Ken

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