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Parts Of A Watch Band

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  • The Watch are a progressive rock band heavily influenced by 70s Genesis.
  • Divide to leave a central space
  • the local environment; "he hasn't been seen around these parts in years"
  • (of two things) Move away from each other
  • (part) separate: go one's own way; move apart; "The friends separated after the party"
  • Cause to divide or move apart, leaving a central space
  • (part) something determined in relation to something that includes it; "he wanted to feel a part of something bigger than himself"; "I read a portion of the manuscript"; "the smaller component is hard to reach"; "the animal constituent of plankton"

My old band playing outside the State Capital.
My old band playing outside the State Capital.
This was somewhere around April 2001 or 2002, with my old band, ToeFinger5. We had been asked to play for a "benefit show" down here in Sacramento (Note, at this time I still lived in Redding, CA) to protest the Knauff fiberglass plant in Shasta Lake City, CA and it's ecological effects. The organizer of this event was the infamous "Cat-Woman" of Northern California, a.k.a. Celeste. She was the one who had scaled the immensely tall smokestack of the factory and hung out (almost literally lol!) for hours before police managed to talk her down (no, not suicidal, trying to make a point), all while wearing a Catwoman-type outfit--ears, nose, tail, and all. I know, sounds a little crazy, but hell, she got the publicity she was looking for (including several arrests it seems lol!), but to my knowledge, the factory is still operational. Anyways, Celeste had "hired" us as entertainment, along with a rapper from Sacramento (who actually owned a shop in downtown, if I remember correctly), named D-Cell. His topic of rhyme? The environment. Anyways, that's his GK rig behind me, one sweet subwoofer if I've ever seen one, and I even got to use it... Until things got a little... erm... crazy... As I said, we were hired for this gig, and the understanding between myself and Celeste was that it was going to be a HUGE event, with a TON of media coverage. Well, as a show planner myself (not any more really, but during my band days I did it all), I know how these things go... There was pretty much no one there. D-Cell, us, and a random superhero guy, whos name I don't even remember (but somewhere I have a picture of him lying on a bench just out of frame to the right haha), so we were kinda' freakin' out... Drove down to Sacramento, pretty much poor, hoping for a great turnout, and we'd rock the place, get some great media attention for dirt cheap, and get to say "Yeah, I've played at the California State Capital!" That's not how things turned out... Our audience were random tourists coming to check out the capital, some of the local downtowners, bored people, and believe it or not, like, a fourth-grade class!! Apparently they were touring the building, and they wanted to watch us, so the teachers sat them all down and they sat there for like, at least 20 or 30 minutes haha... Not the expected crowd, but hey, we got to play for kids who thoroughly enjoyed us, gave them and their teachers an unexpected extra for their field trip, etc etc, and they weren't FORCED to listen to us (unlike some stupid school assemblies we did with various schools haha). Anyways... that's not even the most interesting part of the day... Shortly thereafter, the California Highway Patrol officers who guard the building came over and basically said "Look guys, we don't have a problem with you guys out here, but the State Legislature upstairs says you're disrupting them... Turn it down please?" So we did... a little... They came over again, and asked us again... So we did, a little... Well, then D-Cell cut my feed to the subwoofer. I never noticed. Note to the gear cynics out there: A Crate BX100 is PLENTY FREAKIN' LOUD ENOUGH, so don't go snobbing those of us who don't carry around a freakin' 8x10... Ask the California State Legislature if you don't believe me. So. By this time, the legislature has complained to us a second time, and we're just finishing our set... We've effectively been the most enthralling of the entertainment there, thoroughly rocked everyone's asses in that part of Downtown Sacramento, and somehow managed to avoid being thrown off the premises and not get shot/arrested by the CHP from disrupting a session of California State Legislature TWICE. A freakin' awesome show indeed!
Spinto Band
Spinto Band
(Apologies for quality) After the noise (or first support) subsided the Spinto band made an appearance; And what an appearance. Their stage presence was very professional. As soon as they kicked off we could see we were in for a treat. Along with their intoxicating Indie pop the audience was treated to the bands strange dance bug; a kind of Ian Curtis meets Jarvis Cocker meets Thunderbirds milarkey which was in parts supremey camp, which did so entrance us. Along with this Nick seemed to be double jointed, with a penchant for a spinny guitar arm (watch the attached clip, if you can). Their music can only be described as Indie Dance, although we tried for quite some time we tried to cross it with Gomez and someone else, but only came up with Franz Ferdinand, who were not worth their own poo-ness. As far as Indie Dance is concerned, they must be second only to the likes of the Go! Team. They are a great act with great music, and their confidence betrays it. They should make it big, and if not, at least their dancing should live on.

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