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CAS at Bestival 2012 Gallery

Farewell Mainland!
Farewell Mainland!
A Hendrix pre-lesson from Francois K at our cottage.
A Hendrix pre-lesson from Francois K at our cottage.
Open for some serious listening business.
Open for some serious listening business.
Have a seat and chill.
Have a seat and chill.
Day One
Day One
CAS Bestival Regulars!
CAS Bestival Regulars!
They ran up that hill to the Cinema Room!
They ran up that hill to the Cinema Room!
A sonic oasis.
A sonic oasis.
A classic turntable: The Linn LP12.
A classic turntable: The Linn LP12.
Francois Kevorkian schooled us with the multitracks!
Francois Kevorkian schooled us with the multitracks!
Don’t forget to turn off your phone. Its good for you.
Don’t forget to turn off your phone. Its good for you.
Day Two
Day Two
Last minute notes from TSS’s Earl Gateshead.
Last minute notes from TSS’s Earl Gateshead.
Trojan Sound System told us the Exodus story.
Trojan Sound System told us the Exodus story.
Pre-session anticipation.
Pre-session anticipation.
They played a wicked version of 586 live!
They played a wicked version of 586 live!
Audio yoga for deep listeners.
Audio yoga for deep listeners.
Day Three
Day Three
Sunday soul music from the festival headliner.
Sunday soul music from the festival headliner.
An attentive audience.
An attentive audience.
Queuing for Pink Floyd.
Queuing for Pink Floyd.
Warming up.
Warming up.
Beardyman made the best animal noises.
Beardyman made the best animal noises.
Give me a sheep sound. What kind of sheep?
Give me a sheep sound. What kind of sheep?
Groovy.
Groovy.
The album suggestions.
The album suggestions.
Hope to be back next year.
Hope to be back next year.
Celebrating a job well done Isle of Wight style.
Celebrating a job well done Isle of Wight style.

We had such an amazing time at Bestival this year – even better than last! The sessions were packed and we had superb guest presenters, too. François Kevorkian gave us the lowdown on Jimi Hendrix and even played some of the multi-tracks from the recording sessions. What a treat! Daddy Ad and Earl Gateshead from Trojan Sound System told us the story behind Bob Marley’s “Exodus” and Beardyman helped present one of his favourite albums of all time with accompanying animal noises. It was pretty scary.

Plus we got to see some great live music including New Order who did a blazing version “586” as well as “Love Will Tear Us Apart” and Stevie Wonder who took us to a “Higher Ground”.

And thanks to the Classic Album Sundays team. We couldn’t do it without you.

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