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Oh my, it’s like one of those moments you never forget. I remember saying aloud, “Put my foot in your groin? ” My friend and I had our boys and were heading to the Lego store with them at that very moment. This guy was NOT going to go away so I decided I’d give him a polite response.I remember where I was when the Challenger blew up, or when 9/11 happened, or when Saddam was captured. I remember her looking at me and she said, “Hang the phone up now.” She didn’t even know who I was talking to or any details about this guy. In his voice mail, he insisted how he was being dead serious and not trying to be kinky. So yes, that is my experience with the Kung Fu Master. Moving right along, it was a pleasant saunter by the creek and on up through the native bush to the falls.

It was just by chance that someone glanced back down the bank and saw an opening in the undergrowth Jim led the way in.

But more than mere reading skills, Geggie—whose past couple years have represented a period of artistic growth and increased confidence, with the almost back-to-back releases of (Ambiances Magnetiques, 2010)—displayed an important ability to communicate with Taylor at a deep level from the get-go, not to mention turning in some fine solos, both pizzicato and arco, that drew rounds of appreciative applause.

An early arco solo, during the second tune of the first of two sets— Taylor's indigo and lyrical "Windfall," dating back to .

It was only after Geggie mined the harmonic range of a single note—through meticulous bowing and creating delicate tension—that he moved on, for a gentle release that showed his strength at combining lithe dexterity with a firm sense of construction.

Taylor was, as ever, eminently creative, and harmonically sophisticated, while remaining approachable with motifs that seemed to flow endlessly, each one explored and expanded upon, before using it as a bridge to the next.

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