Klubb Eko 2010

16/9 -10 Coby Grant + Vivid Recollection + And A Trio Named Horse

16/9 -10 Coby Grant från Melbourne + Vivid Recollection + And A Trio Named Horse på Klubb Eko
Kanske hade nyhetens behag lagt sig, kanske var det regnet? I vilket fall så var Kluhb Eko inte fullt så välbesökt denna kväll som på premiären. Även om höstregnet smattrade på den öde kungsgatan så värmde musiken inne på Klubb Eko. Inte mindre än tre artister samt en föreläsare underhöll och undervisade publiken. Först ut var det lokala och mycket lovande bandet Vivid Recollection, det var första Mortensspelningen men med all sannolikhet inte den sista. Det kommer att komma mycket bra musik ur denna grupp, lyssna själva på videoklippet nedan. Karin Westpahl från Naturskyddsföreningen berättade om klimatsmart mat och vikten av att åtmistone någon gång i veckan äta vegetariskt. Givetvis serverades det vegetarisk och ekologisk mat denna kväll. På menyn fanns även ekologiskt Vin, öl, kaffe, te och snacks. Peggy Sue And A Trio Named Horse från Göteborg bjöd på vacker höstmusik som passade utmärkt till de levande ljusen. Kvällens långväga gäst Coby Grant från Melbourne, Australien trollband publiken med sina vackra melodier och röst, en fantastisk artist som på sin världsturne nu stannade till i lilla Uddevalla, önskar att fler hade tagit tillfället i akt och sett henne live. En bra kväll i Uddevalla.

Ordförande i Kulturföreningen Uddevallakassetten
Lars Wallin

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  1. (Electronics) I’m a cheapskate when it comes to mp3 praleys. Between us (and our kids), we’ve tried probably 5-6 different MP3 praleys in this general price range (25-30). They have all been a bust, until we found these Coby ones.The problems we usually have (but DIDN’T have with this one) are:1. the praleys don’t work well with windows media player (we had one brand that only allowed us to sync one song at a time unplug, re-plug sync next song)2. you can’t play things in the order/group you want (eg it won’t shuffle, it ONLY shuffles, you can’t use playlists, etc)3. the praleys won’t charge, won’t hold a charge, go through batteries like crazy, etc.4. no color display/text-only5. awful menus6. manual is incomprehensible or not included7. they die after a monthWhen we finally got sick of the parade of misfits, we came across these, crossed our fingers and we love them!Unlike most other super cheap MP3 praleys, they have a small color screen that will display video and photos.The software that is included is easy to use (granted, we’re very computer literate).You can use the included software (we usually do) or just open the folders via Explorer, and drag and drop.It supports lyric display.You can sort the music in a bunch of different ways (including by genre!).The manual is in easy to understand English.The menu system is logical.We have only two complaints after using these for about 4-5 months: Like most MP3 praleys, it doesn’t have a removable/replaceable battery, and must be plugged directly into the computer to recharge. Not so great if you’re away from home. I doubt this would be a dealbreaker for most people since this is very common. The OFF button must be held down for a long time, 3-5 seconds, AND THEN RELEASED, before the player will power off. At first we would hold it down for a long time waiting for the screen to shut off, then remember and let go and it would immediately power off. Then, once we were used to it, we often find ourselves pulling the button down, then letting go too early, only to find we have to do it again. I suppose eventually we’ll get the hang of it!

    Posted by Ochen | October 12, 2015, 7:44 pm

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