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Public Appearances

Public Appearances

Friday, June 30 1989

Royal Oak Metropolitan Musicafé

    We’d read in the newspaper that Jimmy Buffett would be making an appearance at the Metropolitcan Music Café, in Royal Oak, to put his hand or foot prints in their Walk of Fame.  The printed announcement had been so tiny we hoped it might have gone by unnoticed and we’d get our chance to meet and get close to our hero.
    I borrowed my brother’s fancy new RCA camcorder—the old kind you have to wear on your shoulder—to document the event.  But what I documented was our big long four hour wait for nothing.
    Nevertheless, check out how thin we were, check out our giant glasses, and check out the snazzy and almost-responsive macrofocus that fascinated me so much…

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Posted by Mickey on 06/30 at 11:30 AM
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Tuesday, June 8 1999

Club Trini Live!

    Club Trini performed before many shows during the Beach House on the Moon tour.  At Clarkston, they performed in the parking lot, enabling me to videotape them.
    The editing might be abrupt but this is pretty much everything I shot.

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Posted by Mickey on 06/08 at 12:29 PM
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Tuesday, June 13 2000

Club Trini Live! Again

    Not as polished as my 1999 video, especially since I realized too late I was running out of battery power — which explains the choppiness at the end of the video.  Nevertheless, lots of tailgating and lots of Club Trini…

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Posted by Mickey on 06/13 at 06:24 PM
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