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  • Michael James Owen Pallett (born September 7, 1979) is a Canadian composer, violinist, keyboardist, and vocalist from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and winner of the inaugural Polaris Music Prize.





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  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.

  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat

  • (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt

  • (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.











Distant Worlds




Distant Worlds





Here's a very long-winded description of my experience!


I was so, so nervous.

I was positively shaking with excitement, the words coming out of my mouth one on top of the other as I strained to keep myself together. (Having had to pee and the "No public washrooms" sign probably contributed to that, but I digress.)

I yammered on and on about, "These are my people," and "Wow, we can dress quite decently if we must," to my mother's, "I just came here for the music."

However, for the rest of us, this was a journey through something that had changed our lives forever and the nostalgia that came with it.

The music of Final Fantasy.



As the first notes of the Opening - Bombing Mission theme from Final Fantasy VII rang clear in the Chicago Symphony Hall, the tears welled in my eyes and fell before I even realized they were there. I was so taken, I couldn't even describe.... I tried to hastily brush the tears away, but I knew, oh I knew, I couldn't be the only one.

The strings swelled, as did my heart, as the pace quickened, and all the memories came flooding back.

Eating my dinner quickly so I could play; carefully placing the thin cardboard around the number keys; screaming as the Midgar Zolom came back to life in the bedamned swamp; reveling in Sephiroth; weeping at Aerith's death; motorcycle chases, chocobos, breeding, the birth of an obsession.

So many beautiful songs were played and I would not stop grinning.
Such euphoria that would rarely ever be retained.
My heart soared with the notes and I felt the spiritual relief only music could bring; did everyone feel this way? I only hoped they could.

My mom enjoyed it for the most part (a minor scuffle had been slightly averted; I hadn't taken my DSLR because I tried to follow "the rules" and yet others had. This [following the rules] has been an issue my whole life [in that I adhere to them and in reality I hadn't had to] and she didn't miss an opportunity to rub it in. If I were to learn anything [from a certain Kuya] it was to Take Risks!). I was very disappointed but once the music began, I could hardly care; the music kept me uplifted and reminded me why I was there.

There weren't many of my mom's favorite songs played (perhaps at the first one, but we would've missed out on a lot of other things in Chicago if we had gone; personally, I would've been happy to be there all day long but family comes first) but she still had a great time. She hummed along with the songs and tolerated me gripping her hand in excitement.

Susan Calloway had a bit of a hiccup when she began her first song (Suteki Da Ne, I believe) as did the guitarist during Vamo' Alla Flamenco (my heart ached for him, I felt so badly) but it all worked out in the end. They played a lot of songs from Final Fantasy IX and a few from VIII and VII. I was hoping for "Theme of Love" from Final Fantasy IV but that might have been in the first show, as they were holding a marathon (as implied above).

I'd have to say, one of the highlights for me was Nobuo Uematsu and Arnie Roth performing together; I'm sure I was agape and in awe for most of it, I was just so... astonished. (They performed Final Fantasy VI's "Dark World").

Definitely something I will never forget.

They also surprised me by performing the Opera from FFVI-- they brought out actual vocal performers! They did such an astounding job, just breathtaking!

I also enjoyed hearing the songs from Final Fantasy XIII, and ah, that Benjamin Nuss is really something. Impressive! (Read: I want one.)

But ah, the finale!

We sang "One-Winged Angel" tried and true, even my mother, even the, "aaaAAAH!" in the middle. BECAUSE WE'RE AWESOME AND THEY ARE MY PEOPLE.

And oh, Uematsu.

I would've liked to meet him.
Sadly, by the time I had known wed be going on this trip, the $150 tickets were sold out and well...

I told myself we didn't/wouldn't drive all the way from FL and not meet him.

I tried.
But the usher said that I couldn't, that people paid a lot of money (I was only too ready to throw money if that were the case) and so, I walked away, disheartened.

I can't describe to you how it felt not to have met my idol, having been looking forward to doing so for so many years.

I'd given the girl behind me my shirt to sign.

Unfortunately, we realized there were a lot of people. And the man said I'd have to wait til 1 AM if I wanted to even possibly meet him (clearly the man didn't realize just how dedicated I was). My mom and I waited for an hour and still nothing; an hour where I watched happy fans emerging from double doors with eyes full of exhiliration and relief, as mine were downcast.

I would've waited. And so would mom. 'Cause she's awesome. But we had family waiting to pick us up, so.

I didn't want to ask the man because it was his job to keep me out and God forbid I needed my T-shirt.

So at one point, a kind gentleman who exited the doors











Final Fantasy 8 - Limited Edition Box Set




Final Fantasy 8 - Limited Edition Box Set





Hier das Final Fantasy 8 T-Shirt. Ist noch ungeoffnet und wird auch nicht aufgemacht. ^^









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