Here's an extended piece of mostly-improv (around the simple C# min groove of Aphid Tea) from Toast Fantasy's hour-long set in the blazing heat of Sunday's Fremont Fair. Many thanks to the bookers of the Center Stage and the listeners who braved the desert-like conditions on the pavement in front of the tent!
(check out the part where the medium-dogs-and-drums parade goes by -- partly playing along it seemed...?)
My name is Andrew Woods. Since sometime around 1991, I've been a part of a number of improvising musical groups and have maintained an online archive of recent live recordings for the past 20 or so years, originally called 'The Jam of the Week Modular Album Page' (until 2008) and then recently converted to blog form here as 'Freelab'. Sources of these largely improvised recordings include solo-improv experiments, one-off group jams, and recently rehearsals and shows from my structured-improv-acoustic-dance-band, "WEGO". The goal with presenting these recordings in a blog format is to entice the other players, the live audience, and whatever online audience there may be for these recordings to comment on the music -- describing their own experience of the show, pointing out their favorite parts, and otherwise adding any relevent context that is lacking in my limited descriptions.