We prepared and cooked an omelette, live.
We looped some of the sounds we made with a Boomerang phrase sampler. Chopping onions: "chop-chop-chop-chop" --> hi hat. Breaking eggs: "crack", "crack" --> snare. Frying potatoes: "woossshhh", etc. Then we started playing music on these loops.
We improvised 'hip pop' songs out of it.
Of course, at the end of the show, each member of the audience got a little piece of the omelette.
We'd been staying at Chantale's (she took the picture). I found these funny round-shaped decorations in her hallway; we decided to use them as an accessory.
Left to right: Rob Thomson (our nice Scotish driver); Brian Hussey, Steve Treichel, Jim Putnam (aka the Radar Bros.); me.
Two days after that, we recorded a song together, at Nantes' Jet FM. Jim and Brian sang the very soft backing vocals going "oooooh". The next day, Françoise Breut added her own vocal part.
We invented a new concept, I guess: a live session recorded at two distincts moments. We should call them 'twice-live' sessions.