From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
Mike Biel commented on:
> On 12/20/2010 3:15 PM, [log in to unmask] wrote:
> > Wasn't this the time that we had composer Gerald Marks as speaker, and
> > ARSC didn't provide him a piano?
> > Don
> Oh my, yes. That was so funny -- he made the funniest comments about
> the situation. I'm glad it wasn't my year to be program chair! I have
> that on tape too, he went up to the front of the stage and was about 10
> feet from me.
> (And George, I think I have footage of when HAL FLAKSER cornered you at
> the ARSC opening party in NYC. I tried to run interference but he was
> determined to get to you once he heard there was someone from Denmark
----- this I do not remember, however I do remember that while I had no clue
who Risť Stevens was when I saw and heard her in a panel, I was immensely
pleased to meet R.D. Darrell at the Grand Dinner; a person whose writing and
not least his less known bibliography I had admired and used for a long time.
I also remember that when I had disclosed the fact about the "ironing-out"
process and the dubbing at VTMC in a presentation at the Conference, Michael
Lane dashed out very excited and apparently called his partner Douglas Holmes
about it from one of the payphones there, because I had in effect disclosed
that first pressings were probably much better than the Heritage Series (or
was it Holmes calling Lane?).