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Review of Awakenings -
Modulator ESP + Peter Tedstone + Astrogator 28.06.08
Saturday 28th June was the
third Awakening concert to take place at Paget High
School, inviting a few new and younger spectators to
witness the very best of electronic and ambient music.
First up to play was Modulator ESP, making their second
appearance at Burtonís venue. He started with a very
moving and powerful display of weightless music, in
conjunction with a spectacular video session where the
audienceís minds were blasted off into space. Trips
around the Milky Way and picturesque display of light,
colour and sound erupting from Jezís set. I could not
help but feel that this set was produced to give the
audience a sense of Ďgreater meaningí as they were
captured in a video of time and space. A full 35 minutes
of mind blowing music. A great start to a much
A quick 2o minute break in which refreshment were served
providing an ideal time to reflect on Modulator ESPís
star gazing performance. Then back into our second
session of the night.
Next up was Pete Tedstone, who presented an invigorating
selection of trance, spiritual and a psychedelic
collection of fast moving and invigorating blend of
several art forms. The mood moved from a very light and
reflective contribution of sound to a cross-genre of
both techno and emotion. This effect was mastered by
Pete with tremendous success, in which for over 35
minutes, he captured the audience in a trance with a
combination of apprehension, calming and contemporary
instrumental fulfilment. This guaranteed the
satisfaction of all ages in the audience.
However this set had to come to an end in what seemed a
very short space of time. The mood was very much upbeat
as there was little time for reflection on such a
vibrant set. The night was drawing to a close but was
nowhere near finished as we entered into our final set
with Astrogator +1.
So, into our final performance of the night, this was an
improvised set due to unforeseen and unfortunate
circumstances of one group who were unable to make it,
our thoughts go out to him. Astrogator kindly stepped in
at late notice to provide the concert and its audience
with three overloaded sets.
Astrogator blasted the hall with artistic, surreal
images full of raw emotion. The performance drew with
the outstanding high standard of the previous two acts
to create a whole new approach to electronic and ambient
music. Pieces of surrealist artwork were revealed to the
audience in stages of patterns and inverted colours,
causing both the rhythm and mood changed. Tension
gripped you on your seats; waiting for the music to
climax whilst religious images and bursts of bold
colours in capturing you on the screen. The artwork
slowly faded out to begin the next stage of the
The finale included a special collaboration by Modulator
ESP; Pete Tedstone and Astrogator to create what can
only be described as an epic performance. All three
artists rode on their emotions and intensity of each
others vibe. A magnificent and thrilling experience to
be apart of as each played their part as the melodies
rumbled, notes danced, images flickered and hearts
pounded. Colours lit the blank canvas of the hall,
creating an almost extraterrestrial feeling, closely
followed by an electric/gothic fuelled section from
three very different artists.
After over an hour of engaging, mood lifting and encore
filled set, the concert was sadly over. All three of the
groups were excellent and definitely changed my opinion
on electronic and ambient gigs. I would recommend it to
everyone who love music and like seeing local events and
talented performers. So keep an eye out on the website
or your local hall because Awakenings may be coming to a
town near you!
A truly inspirational collection and collaboration from
all three of our acts!
Review of Awakenings -
4m33s + HyperEx Machina + Entity 19.04.08
Awakenings second visit to
Paget High school was a resounding success. Although the
audience size was slightly up, such a quality
multi-media event, with excellent music and visuals,
deserves a larger audience. So come along and support
First up was 4m33s. The set revolved around a silent
black and white movie depicting the making of Steel at
the height of the British Steel Industry. As the steel
process unfolded on the screen, the dark brooding
soundscapes lamented the death of the Sheffield steel
industry around Magna in Sheffield. The thirty five
minute piece pulsed slowly with suspense building
strings and industrial atmospheres. The gradually
morphing ambience proceeded with an air of tension as
the stark images of steel flashed across the screen.
This was a very effective and brave piece of music to
play live. It worked beautifully and succeeded in
creating a sense of loss; a lament to the death of the
HyperEx Machinaís set came as a complete contrast.
Here, we were treated to thirty five minutes of
pulsating sequencer music that had the audiencesí feet
tapping to the changing rhythms. Each short sequence was
beautifully crafted and carefully developed with some
excellent melodic lead lines to add to the effect. As
the sequences rang out through the hall a slowly
changing psychedelic pattern morphed in visual harmony
on the big screen above. I canít think of anyone who
loves Berlin school sequencer music who would not have
enjoyed this set. It was over far too soon!
Next, 4m33s and HyperEx Machina combined to form Entity.
The third and main set of the night weighed in at sixty
five minutes of live and largely improvised electronic
music. This set was different again in that a large
proportion of the music contained the guitar work of
HyperEx Machina complimenting the sequences and
atmospheres created by 4m33s.
The piece immediately built up into an intriguing
sequence with melodic lead lines adding drive and pace.
The screen showed a black and white film of how
chimpanzees were used in space before the first manned
space flights took place. The driving sequences and
atmospheres created by the music made the images a
little unsettling. The unsuspecting chimp found himself
strapped into a metal container ready for the space
flight and taken to the rocket ready for launch. After a
few minutes the mood changed, the sequence slowed as
preparations for the space flight took place. The mood
became darker as HyperEx Machina reached for his guitar
and added fuzzed staccato wails of protest, seemingly on
the Chimps behalf, over darker and more unsettling
atmospheres. At around twenty five minutes the melody
returned with a sequenced piano backdrop. The guitar
soloed over the top with a clearer and more traditional
The space flight continued and at the half way mark the
guitar work became more intense and memories of Edgar of
TD fame were evoked. A quieter period followed and lush
chord pads introduced the next section. This quickly led
to the introduction of a slow and rather staccato
sequence. The guitar returned, now with echo added. The
guitar work intensified and the sequence developed into
a crescendo of sound as the chimp returned to earth.
Spaceflight over, a short period of desolate wind sounds
ushered in the final section. Here a beautifully melodic
sequence entered the fray and became more intense and
complicated as both musicians concentrated on the
keyboards. Sustained notes added flowing lead lines over
the sequence, as the piece came to its conclusion.
We had arrived back on earth!
The encore involved a slow and simple sequence. A dark
and broody atmosphere developed as the guitar wailed its
angst in accompaniment. Whooshes and burbles appeared
from time to time as the guitar echoed through the hall.
After twelve or so minutes the sequence faded and the
second Awakenings gig at Paget was over.
Once again it was clear that the excellent visuals
provided by the two musicians had complimented the
varied music presented on the night.
If you took the opportunity to buy a VT and havenít
done so already, download the full gig. Itís well
Reflections on Awakenings
- Vietgrove + Modulator ESP 23.02.08
This was the first concert
at the new venue in Burton, and it can be regarded as an
Modulator ESP started the evening with a set nicely
supported with high quality projected images that really
added something to the music. Modulator ESP has produced
many ambient pieces, but for this night introduced some
quality sequences to up the tempo. Simple and
straightforward, they really hit the mark. The sign of a
good concert is that the performer is really enjoying
himself, and Jez seemed to enjoying himself so much, he
forgot to stop, and the audience were presented with the
start of the image loop again, though nobody seemed to
The second set started with Modulator ESP and Vietgrove
performing together, using a rather old black and white
film of Faust as a backdrop. Personally, I think this
worked incredibly well, and the film and music combined
to make the event more enjoyable. The introduction of
Vietgrove (synths and guitar) added more strands to the
music, with all three musicians combining well together,
and looking like they play together all the time. Whilst
not a great fan of guitars in EM, having listened to
some god awful guitar solos on TD bootlegs by Edgar
Froese, I quickly became impressed by Markís guitar
work which fitted hand in glove with the two synth
players. At times atmospheric, at times more driving, it
always seemed to hit the spot. Iím a convert.
Normanís sequences were simple, clear and engaging,
giving Mark and Jez a good basis to layer over.
The third set started with just Vietgrove on stage,
(still playing along to the Faust film), in the same
vein as the second, but perhaps a little more sparse due
to Jez now being in the audience, but still very
enjoyable. The only criticism one could have is that
they finished the set before the Faust film finished, so
the audience was left not knowing the ending, but only a
Modulator ESP and Vietgrove came together for a storming
improvised encore, which finished off the night nicely.
Whilst Jez swore it was improvised, you would not have
believed it, such was its quality.
In summary, the night started on a high, and just got
better. Congratulations to the guys on such a great
concert. It provides a high benchmark for the next
The venue was excellent,
with a separate area for people to retire to between
sets, where some pupils were selling refreshments as
part of a business project. I got there quite early so I
could get set-up and have plenty of time to get
everything sorted. Dave and Tony, the guys from the
school, were also extremely helpful and Dave did some
announcements between the sets and Tony sorted out the
lights and sound.
From a musical point of
view it was great fun, I had a few technical
difficulties with my set, but I think I managed to cover
them up. My jam with Norman turned into a jam with
Norman and Mark which was great fun. Then Norman and
Mark did a nice set as Vietgrove, then Dave got us to do
another improvised encore altogether. I really enjoyed
playing with Vietgrove
The projection system was great, it was well worth the
effort involved in putting my little spacey slideshow
together. It was also pretty cool playing along to the
opening of Faust and watching Norman and Mark play along
to the rest of it. The PA was pretty good too,
especially up on the tiered seating, where there was a
great view of proceedings.
The audience was small, but very appreciative. I think
everyone who was there thought it went pretty
(Jez Creek - Modulator ESP - organiser)
Reflections on Awakenings -
HyperEx Machina, Vietgrove & SkinMechanix 28.10.06
Well, last night was another
rousing night at the Brudenell Social Club (Clean
Glasses Every Time) in Leeds.
Amanda and I arrived and paid our way in (Hi Marrion,
Thanks for helping out) and sat down just as Steve
Munslow, aka HyperEx Machina kicked off. And what a set.
The club was all filled with smoke from a smoke machine,
to the point that I couldn't use my flash, as all I got
was a bright blob of light. Thankfully, putting my
camera on ISO 1600 allowed some lovely shots without the
Steve's first set -- or was it just one long song tied
together by appropriate places for applaus -- was simply
astounding! Steve sat there playing with a very small
box as his only visible controls and sound was pouring
out of the very walls. At times a pounding deep bass
sound was almost shaking my glass off the table. Amanda
and I were sitting there looking at Steve and wondering
how all this was flowing out. It was about an hour long
set, and it was incredible. If any of you in the U.S.
haven't heard of HyperEx Machina and are interested in
his music, you can access it through the Awakenings
or through www.ambientliverecords.com.
Steve's music is billed as deep, drifting, ominous and
intense and it is all of that, and more. Little melodies
break through here and there, only to be demolished by a
wall of gut wrenching sound pounding down the walls and
falling over on top of any melody before the trains
arrive on the tracks and the space ships take off. At
least that's part of where my head was. Excellent!!
Thanks Steve, if you're on this list.
The next group up were Vietgrove, Norman Fay and Mark
Bailey. Some lovely, lovely music played through synths,
a special "box" which enjoyed its UK first
night, and great guitar work. The music was flowing,
melodic, discordant, moving and bouncy. The set lasted
for about 45 minutes to an hour, again enhanced
atmospherically by the fog machine and the cascades of
sound being built by the pair of musicians. Some very
intricate guitar work occurred while I was drifting off
in a blissful state of musically induced
"high". Norman was working with the synths and
playing along with the sound, and at the end of the set,
announced that they had just played "live"
having never rehear.sed it before. Great job guys. Lots
of picture snapping was going on, including Jill,
Norman's wife trying to get good shots of Norman and
Mark.. Excellent set. For the US crowd who aren't
familiar with their work, you can find them through the
Awakenings site above, and their web site is http://www.vietgrove.com/
Last and certainly not least was David Hughes. A
memorable day for Dave, as he had had an altercation
with his dog early in the day, which resulted in Dave
losing the fight and the dog being crowned champion.
<g> Dave had a very nice setup in the front of the
stage, with synths and sequencers, including a Zeit....
(For any interested gearheads out there.) Overcoming
some slight stage nervousness, Dave launched into a
scorching set of music, joined by Norman Fay on guitar
and sounds. Then Dave treated us to more work where he
was accompanied by his sequencer (did I get that right?)
which was beautiful stuff. It's always amazing to me
that anyone can accomplish anything without extensive
notes, frequent breaks and help from a crew of 30 or 40,
or at least three or four. Dave was moving from one
keyboard to the next, and really doing a bang-up job.
Norman Fay and Julie, Dave's friend, joined him at
centre stage for a version of Tranquility Bass from the
"Tranquility Bass" days and cd. It was really
nice. Then Dave finished up with another short piece and
we ended almost exactly bang-on on time. All in all, one
of the best musical bargains I've ever been privy to.
And besides that, I came away with 11 cds at decent
prices to continue my education!
The Brudenell is not the most enticing of sights, but
somehow last night for about three hours, it was
transformed into a magical place where transformation
and love of music took over. Nobody was there to get
rich, but there was an incredible amount of effort and
music that flowed out of that place.
Kudos to John Sherwood for continuing to do the hard
work of arranging for bands to play and doing the work
of getting it all set up and going. It was nice last
night to see people that I had met before, Xan was there
from Omega Syndicate, and Marrion and Boombox Dave
Herrod were there. (Hi guys!!)
As Amanda and I drove back to Manchester, we listened to
Vietgrove's Orbis Tertius and the drive evaporated,
arriving back in Manchester at 12:15, with the clocks
going back an hour, giving us the extra hour to sleep.
Great concert. My second in Leeds, and I hope just one
more of many....
posted by Tom Rigler (on Beyond EM)
Reflections on Awakenings -
Modulator ESP, Create, The Omega Syndicate and
I was at the
Awakenings gig in Leeds last night with my friend
Amanda, and what a rousing night of music it was..
The whole thing kicked off promptly on time with Jez
Creek playing a delightful and powerful 30 minutes worth
of music solo. The only thing wrong with it was the fact
that it stopped! Melodies, sounds, sequencers, all there
and all beautifully done. Well done Jez!!!
Next up was a solo effort by Steve Humphries. Two
different tracks, totalling around 30 minutes. Both
wonderful to listen to, but very different. What fun it
was to be sitting about 20 feet away and watching all
the twiddling of knobs and keyboard playing going on.
But the real prize was the music. Who cares what anyone
is doing as long as it sounds as good as it did! Good
job, Steve, and a pleasure to meet you.
I think Dave Law, in his review of Astrogator's first
effort together, mentions that Steve and Jez are two
really "nice blokes." I would certainly second
that. Both very nice, and a lot of fun. One thing that
is missing from cds is just how much fun people are
having when they play. Lots of wonderful energy bouncing
That brings up The Omega Syndicate. They were the third
act, and what a wonderful collection of music. They
played two long tracks and a slightly shorter third
track. During the second track, at one point, I looked
over at my friend, Amanda, and realized that the music
had kidnapped her and taken her far, far away. She was
swept up by the glorious sequences and guitar lines, and
in her words, "was away with the fairies"! She
is a music lover, and likes all kinds of music, but I
think this was the first time that she really got why I
love EM so much. Again, listening to cds doesn't do
justice to the energy that's available at a live
concert.. All three tracks were full of energy and
moving right along, with music and feeling to spare.
Dave Gurr, who is a delightfully playful entertainer and
a very nice fellow, strapped on his little mini keyboard
and did some live music without sequencing it. (It
brought to mind a night in Cleveland about 30 some years
ago in a small hall watching Gary Wright with a portable
keyboard moving around the stage. No rhythm at
all.......) Not Dave's problem in the least. He was
moving and bobbing totally into the music. Guitar lines
woven in and out of the music and and percussion moving
in the background brought a really strong melodic
content to the music. Wow, great stuff!
And as if all of this wasn't enough, up next was
Astrogator (Steve and Jez together). Astrogator took us
on little journey for about an hour or so. The first
piece, or at least part of it, is contained on a new cd
by Astrogator entitled "Dreamlight." This is a
limited edition cd by Astrogator, I think limited to 50
copies. (I have number 9). If anyone wants it, get hold
of Jez or Steve and arrange for it. Great cd recorded in
June of this year at Steve's. Again it was so different
to be able to watch people play and truly appreciate the
amount of work that goes into it and how much fun it is.
Jez and Steve were each lost in their own part of the
music, and somehow checking in with each other and
keeping it together. Excellent set that ended up the
After the music, there was a raffle, and a number of
wonderful things were available, including a framed
print of the cover of the new Omega Syndicate cd,
Apocalypse. Beautiful! The cost of the cd is worth it
for the artwork alone, but the music will certainly be
the icing on a rich cake.
£10 pounds for entry to the Brudenell Social Club for a
wonderful night of great music, was the best way I've
ever spent £10 in the UK. I must admit when we first
drove up to the Social Club, I was taken a bit aback by
the area, but not to worry. Just up Cadigan was the
Grove Cafe, for tasty curry and lassi before the show.
If you live within driving distance of these events and
don't bother yourself to go, you are definitely losing
out on one of the best bargains around in music. Amanda
and I drove over from Manchester and it was well worth
it. This is the first time since I've been coming to the
UK that music happened at a time when I could attend and
it made up for a lot of misses. I think the next
Awakening event is in the end of October, and I'm trying
to figure out how to get back over here then so I can
<g> Thanks John and everyone for all the hard work
trying to make this be viable.
by Tom Rigler posted on Beyond EM
Reflections on Awakenings - Binar
and Awen 08.07.05
On Friday evening I
drove from my home near Doncaster up to Leeds for the
latest in the Ambient Awakenings concert series.
This concert featured a set by Richard Wentk (Awen) and
the second half of the night was filled with lots of
This was my first visit to one of the Ambient Awakenings
concerts which take place in one of 2 locations
(Nottingham and Leeds).
The Leeds venue is a club in
Headingley (Leeds). The directions to this venue on the
official website are excellent. But the drive towards it
will be an eye opener to anyone who not visited this
area of Leeds before. But once inside the club the
concert room is really great. It has an appropriate size
stage with comfortable seating around it. The bar is to
the rear. The concert room has decent lighting to suit
the mood of the music.
First Act - Richard Wentk (Awen)
I know Richard from the
Intelligentsia mailing list and was one of the few who
attended the Intelligentsia concert at St Cyprians
Church in London. Richard performed a solo set at that
concert too and then went on to perform as part of
Intelligentsia (Mirai and friends). In both cases
Richard started with very spacey music and visuals to
match. This style lasted nearly half an hour and I
wondered what the other people in the audience thought
of this style ... bearing in mind that most of those
present would have probably turned up to hear Binar in
action; whose music does tend to more more sequencer
based and certainly more upbeat. However, Richard's
music gradually added sequences and more driving
rhythms. The pace gradually built up and up over the
next 30 minutes. This style certainly grabbed the
attention of the listening audience. Richard slowed down
the pace towards the end of his set. The audience
applauded and seemed to have enjoyed this set from
someone who may have been very new to them.
Second Act - Paul Nagle & Andy
I am one of those people who has
followed both Paul and Andy's work through the years;
both their solo work and their work together (as STDM
and Binar). In each joint album they release and in each
concert they perform I have noticed that their music is
becoming more and more upbeat. Their trademark
sequences, rhythms and sounds were all present but each
track they played seemed more up tempo than before. My
personal favourite that they have released together is
still Ramayana; with those excellently dreamy hypnotic
pieces. A lot of the music I heard at this concert would
not have been out of place as part of Paul's Joint
Intelligence Committee album; with Andy's excellent
keyboard work as an extra layer. I spoke to Paul and
Andy about the release of their next album (which I
hoped they might have released at this concert). They
told me that the new album is ready to produce, they
just need to decide how many to have made up. Producing
these CD's is always a financial risk. So, how about an
advance orders list guys ... if we put the orders in
when you tell us the album is ready then you know how
many to produce. And, because this new album features
music from their last concert at the Space Centre, then
I know I want my name on the orders list.
It was great to meet some faces I
have seen at other concerts ... and I'm sure I'll meet
you all again. Enough for now
Keith Adams (Beyond_EM
Reflections on Awakenings - Ron
Boots & Harald van der Heiden + Modulator ESP
2 weeks ago, around
this time, we were having breakfast at a "little
chef" restaurant from Hull to Leeds. A fine healthy
UK breakfast with bacon, eggs, toast and 2 sausages, as
much cappuccino as we wanted, a nice trip on a ship
behind us and a great gig ahead. The whole trip was very
easy going and even in the hotel we had a bonus. I
reserved a double room for us but I got a suite. With 4
(!) beds, no idea what they thought we had in mind!? The
club was easily found in Leeds and although the stage
looked a bit small we started to build. Jez, who would
open the evening with a set (a very good one I must say)
stayed on the floor. So we had the whole stage to our
elves, thanks for that. Many familiar faces came in from
18.00 on. One of the first being Stephen Humphries, mr
Create who helped us build the PA and all.
The concert itself was good, many
up tempo pieces with a lot of new tracks (5). The
audience, not as many as we had hoped for, liked what we
did. So we played a nice encore that also went in well,
pity we had to stop due to a noise curfew. Still we had
a great time. Left the venue around 00.30 for a bite and
then back to the hotel. Next day was nice and mellow, we
had to be on the boat on 19.00 so we had all day to
visit Hull. We soon found out that was plenty of time
:-). There was somewhere a remark that the best thing in
Hull was the railroad and highway out of it.
Sunday morning back in Rotterdam
and at 11.00 we embraced the kids and wife again. We had
a lovely time in the UK, a pity only a few came to watch
but from the reactions I think all enjoyed the concert.
We certainly did and I hope it won't be 10 years again
before I can play again in the UK.
Ron Boots (E-News from Groove
Seriously, John Sherwood is
putting mighty efforts into getting this club going, for
the love of the music. I witnessed a tremendous concert
by Jez Creek (Modulator ESP) and Ron Boots (brought alive by some great
e-drumming !) which proves that this music can be a
living breathing beast. There were nowhere near enough
people there which is a real shame. The club is
terrific, great acoustics, nice layout and a bar. The
area of Leeds it's in may not be exactly The South Bank,
but it's easy to find off the motorways and would only
be about £3 in a cab from the train station.
Steve Dinsdale of RMI (beyond_em
Last Friday evening we were once
again at the Brudenell Social club in Leeds for the
gig featuring Modulator ESP and Ron Boots. At
£4.00p per ticket probably the best value for money
available. John's frantic clicking of his remote to
get the smoke machine to work was worth the ticket
The evening opened with Modulator
ESP AKA Jez Creek. His set for me was marred at the
start and end of his first piece. In trying to find
the limits he went slightly too far and entered the
distortion zone. However the overall set was a joy to
Having several of Ron Boots albums
and seen him live before we were expecting great
things from the line up. This time he was accompanied
by Harald v d Heyden, a percussionist extrordinaire. We
were not disappointed.
The sheer range was to die for.
Having just finished a course of antibiotics
containing Antibuse I was stone cold sober, ( I
do not smoke suspicious substances either), but at the
end of the evening I was really high.
Yes a great big vote of thanks is
due to John and Jez, without who great gigs like this
would not happen. They need our support if gigs of
this calibre are to continue. Lets see a far bigger
turn out for their next offering on June 10th.
So fans support these guys or risk
losing a chance to see groups at this low low price.
Dave Horrod aka Boombox (ambientlive_awakenings 25/04/05)
Dave Gurr of The Omega Syndicate (EMForum 23/04/05)
Sherwood, organiser ;-) ( EMForum 23/04/05)
concert last night - both acts did excellent sets.
Pity about the turnout.
See you all at the mini-festival in June.
Heavyman1 (EMForum 23/04/05)
really enjoyed the evening. I liked Modulator ESP's 2
pieces. Someone called Ron Boots played a brilliant set
with the famous Harald van der Heijden.
Interesting new talent, is any of his stuff available on
cd? Definately someone to look out for! :-)
up to both the artists and organisers,especially nice to
see Ron and Harold play the uk again. The lack of live
attendees at em gigs in this country has been a problem
for years now, it seems we have a very apathetic (or
pathetic!) fan base who seem willing to buy the recorded
output but just will not travel to support the
Nice to see Trev, Ross, Steve D, Dave G, and anybody
else I spoke to.
Again thank you to the guys responsible for putting it
together, you deserve better.
fantastic night. I really enjoyed Jez's set, especially
the when the sequencers got going. It's the first time
I've seen him playing live and I was truly impressed - I
must have been, as I bought one of his CD's! :-)
Ron and Harold then played a superb and enjoyable set.
Most of the music was in the Klaus Schulze style and the
live drums really made the music bounce along. Top
Once again, it was a pity that there weren't too many
people in the audience but that certainly didn't dampen
the enthusiasm from the artists or the people watching.
Anybody who didn't go really missed a memorable evenings
entertainment. It was also good to meet up with fellow
audience members and have a chat.
Finally, big thanks to John & Jez for putting these
events on - they really deserve to be supported better
at future gigs.
I can't wait for the next one in June.
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and Jez Creek
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