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Otter Camp Band

Postby pyrolater » Wed Sep 15, 2004 1:25 pm

Anybody know who was playing at the Otter Camp on Sunday Night?
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Postby zulanyc » Fri Sep 17, 2004 11:29 am

hamsa lila..
amazing huhh..
they have a website

do you know how to get in touch with someone from otter camp?
need to find someone.
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Otter Camp Band

Postby pyrolater » Fri Sep 17, 2004 3:12 pm

Thanks. They were great. Best music I found the entire two weeks I was there.
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Postby regynalonglank » Tue Sep 21, 2004 3:10 pm

we saw some people jamming there too, someone said they were members of string cheese...they rocked! actually they funked, but we had a blast dancing...thanks for that! best groove on the playa.

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just listen to the drum
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Postby jackstraw » Sun Sep 26, 2004 8:54 pm

there was other live music, but you sorta had to be there. - Jack
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Postby troutfly » Mon Dec 06, 2004 10:42 pm

Yes the band at otter camp sunday night did rock, or funk, or they were damn good. In fact the whole damn camp rocked.
Late saturday night somewhere at some burn on the outskurts I stumbled into my first experience with someone from otter camp. Every year I put together a walking staff with various gifts attached to it that I selectively gift to people through out the week. The last gift of my staff was an otter skull i found while fishing in the sawtooth mountains in idaho. ignorant that otter camp even existed I gifted my skull to an awesome burner who caught my eye with his awesome samurai costume. it blew both our minds when we found out the amazing coincidence that had taken place. A little BRC magic if you please. I visted otter camp the next day for the first time, arriving just in time for the water ritual. I have since collected several samples from my favorite fishing holes to contribute. It was one of my most memorable Burning man experiences. I gifted the skull to a guy named Bobcat. anyone know how to contact that guy?

on the other hand you have different fingers
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