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Jam for fun

Chris Valentine, Thursday 14 March 2002 | Annotate
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Wednesday evening saw KMi enjoy the first of what promises to be a chain of jam sessions. Joining Phil (guitar) and Sylvia Truman (drums), both members of the internationally-famous band 'Osmosis' and the latter a PhD student in KMi, were KMi's 'chief scientist' Marc Eisenstadt (guitar), Annika Wolff (guitar) and Paul Mulholland (bass). Other KMi members shook whatever (percussion instrument) came to hand: even KMi director Enrico Motta was seen to get down and boogie later in the evening.

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