Melkweg Cannabis Cup 2012 Ceremony Stage Panorama
"We were really just trying to finish the soundcheck when the doors suddenly opened at 9 PM. I turned to the band and just said, "Kick it," meaning start the vibe, and they launched into this incredible hypnotic beat. Everything that happened next was completely improvisational. This is only the second time I've ever freestyled at the Cup, and that was probably over a decade ago. You can see me arranging the band as people walk in. I move Coke La Rock over to my side of the stage and send Johnny with the staff down to a mic. And right before the song ends, you can see me sort of motion with my hands. It's wasn't a planned sign or anything, the band and I were in such tune that everyone probably knew what I was saying through telepathy alone."-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIyC2JfDEg0
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Tags: melkweg; high times 2012; 25th cannabis cup; temple dragon band
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