Music is Human

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During the early days of the L1® System product launch Bose® put on several presentations called Music is Human. This included an audio visual presentation and a live performance by THE Linemen.

Audio Visual Presentation

Most of content in the original the audio visual production is in the White Paper

Applying the Benefits of Unamplified Acoustic Music to Performances with Amplification (pdf file: 2.59 MB)
This is a wonderful document that will be of interest to all musicians, music lovers and anyone interested in the L1 . It speaks to the intent, technology and the application of the Bose® Personalized Amplification System™ family of products.


Many of the illustrations, animations and musician interview clips are in Clifford Henricksen Introduces the L1®.

Unfortunately the original audio visual presentation is not available.

Photos

Ken Jacob (Ken-at-Bose) Presenter and Narrator throughout the audio visual presentation.

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(left to right) Doc Channonhouse, Cliff Goodwin, Tony Sarno

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Dates

US

Dates - being researched

Canada

Invitations from Kyle-at-Bose

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Date: Monday, June 07, 2004 - 7:30pm
Location: Club 279 (upstairs at the Hard Rock Cafe, 279 Yonge St., TORONTO)
Fee: FREE
If you are interested in attending this event, please email your name and contact information (phone number and/or email address) to the Bloor store (info@long-mcquade.com). This is not a seat reservation; it gives Long & McQuade a means of contacting you if there are any changes to the event date or time. Seating is on a first come first served basis.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Date: Thursday, June 10, 2004 - 7:30pm
Location: French Cultural Centre, Studio 16 (224-1555 W. 7th Ave., VANCOUVER)
Fee: FREE
If you are interested in attending this event, please email your name and contact information (phone number and/or email address) to the Granville Store (vancouver@long-mcquade.com). This is not a seat reservation; it gives Long & McQuade a means of contacting you if there are any changes to the event date or time. Seating is on a first come first served basis.

The line up for the Canadian Tour was a little different than elsewhere. In most locations the narration was done by Kenneth Jacob (Ken-at-Bose). Also, Cliff Goodwin, Music Director for THE Linemen was not in the Canadian shows.

  • Thomas Wilson: Thomas-at-Bose — Narrator
  • The Linemen
  • Tony Sarno: Guitars, Acoustic & Electric, Vocals
  • Cliff Goodwin, Guitar, Vocals, Music Director
  • Cliff Henricksen: Keyboards, Vocals
  • Wolf Ginandes: Bass (with full Classic Extended Bass Package)
  • Marty Richards :Drums (with full Classic Extended Bass Package)
  • Bruce McGrath: Horns
  • Doc Channonhouse: Horns


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This was the usual setup for The Linemen:


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Doc Channonhouse, Bruce McGrath

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Bruce McGrath

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Cliff Goodwin

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Cliff Goodwin, Tony Sarno

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Marty Richards

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Wolf Ginandes (no photo yet)

Clifford Henrickson

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