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Guy Ornadel @Avalon
by Myrlin: 07-21-2001

A few days prior to the show, Mr Ornadel told me to be prepared for some trancy magic I would enjoy being an old Twilo Head. Guy does not disappoint.
He entered Avalon and I think my crew, being true heads, was the only people to recognize him. He was gracious enough to say hello to all of us and thank us for coming up from NYC to see him specifically.

Once he began, Guy Ornadel wasted no time in driving the crowd to dance energetically. He opened in style with a remix of Scorchio. From there, he slowly built up the night with uplifting beats and banging trance. By 12:30 (knowing the night was short since the club closes at 2) Guy knew he had this Boston crowd in the palm of his hands. With much fanfare, and plenty of energy emanating from the DJ booth, Ornadel dropped Flight 643 (Oliver Klein Mix) and the crowd built itself into a feeding frenzy. At 12:35, Guy dropped Urban Train (promised to my friend and he delivered) and the crowd was his.

I never thought I could consider a song a bomb that early in the morning but it suited our NYC crew just fine. Excitement oozed throughout the club with Guy enticing, pushing everyone along to the rhythms and beats of his masterful spinning. He even managed to sneak the Hide U – Flight 643 remix in a little later with enough finesse, that noone complained. From then on, Guy Ornadel threw down the hard trance that has become his bread and butter. Fast, furious and enough uplifting sounds to keep smiles all about the club. Once he got going, he never stopped, speeding quickly to the end of the night.

At the end of the night, we spoke to him again; he was very gracious and had a grin from ear to ear. There is nothing better than a DJ who enjoys what he does and garners excitement from his fans. When a friend of mine promptly let him know that he had kicked Tiesto’s ass at Gatecrasher back in NY, Guy simply smiled and answered, “Tiesto is a great guy”.
Guy has been getting fabulous publicity lately and I hope he goes on to be one of the best in the world. (He is in my eyes).

Guy Ornadel, a masterful Dj, an energetic personality and a true class act.

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