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Mr. Ree
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What was the most magical thing you saw in 2007.

It doesn’t matter if it is old or new. I am talking about
something you saw this year for the first time.

This is easier for me as I have only been back doing magic for 6-7 months.

For me it was :

Jerome Murat:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uizjqD3MMYQ

Don't shoot, just my opinion. It was the combination of many
skills that made this magic to me.

What else was magic is that I was so blinded by the performance
that it covered the method for me until I stood back and thought about
it later.
An idea can turn to dust or magic, depending on the talent that rubs against it.
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Jerome Murat is wonderful. He is a good friend of Shimada. Shimada-san told me he wished to bring Mr.Murat to Japan. I wish it will be realized in near future.
His art is beyond Magic.

Hideo Kato
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I saw someone levitate a soap bubble, and then toss a silk over it and do a Zombie routine with the "soap bubble". The performer hadn't originated it, but it was the first time I'd seen it and I really enjoyed it.
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Hi sieler,

I really like the bubble/Zombie routine as well.

It was most likely a version of the Losander routine.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBf2DSCtkf8

This video has a small part of it. Mix with some of his other stuff as well.
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For me it was again the Pageant of the Masters that runs during the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts. Although it is not billed (of course) as a magic show it is one of the most magical shows I have seen year after year. It is an education in what can be done with light, perspective, etc. Best,
Brad Burt
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The Rick Wilcox live show in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. An absolutely amazing show!

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I saw Kevin James at the Daytona magic festival. He did several of his routines, including the ones he did on "America's got Talent". What a great evening!

Jim
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A coin routine by Dave Neighbors called Hallucination. 1 at a time 4 coins (almost visably) jump out from under an overturned glass into the hand, then in a crazy backfire all coins are seen to be back under the overturned glass. All done right in front of you! Amazing! Blew my doors!
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"Phenomenon" on NBC was cool...but other than that I've seen hundreds of cool tricks on youtube.
zeitgeistmovie.com will enlighten you. Trust me Smile
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Try Jason Latimer on youtube. Talking about wild, and "updated" kind of magic. This is totally SICK!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-XoN1Ts6Wg
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Wow, this thread is causing me to rethink the
new 25 minute routine that I’ve been working on.

Quote:
On 2008-01-01 15:24, magic-dabra wrote:
Try Jason Latimer on youtube. Talking about wild, and "updated" kind of magic. This is totally SICK!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-XoN1Ts6Wg


I don’t care if some of us can “guess” how various
parts of Jason’s routine are done.

For me, I really enjoyed this. Lots of energy, lots
of fun, great audience reaction.
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I love that Jason clip. It has a nice futuristic feel to it.
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Besides my newest effect, InKa, the most magical video Isaw was posted below. I hate to ruinit for you, but it was proven that he was using camera editing. He self admited to it after exposure. Anyway, this is th closest to real magic I think you can get:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xze7FdtbAWs

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Being from England I finally managed to see a hero of mine Lance Burton, live in the Monte Carlo casino in Las Vegas. I was like a kid in a sweet shop.
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Seeing Jay Scott Berry's work with the cloaking device earlier this year was very cool. One of the most unique props/tools I've seen in magic.
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Ah yes that is a great video Mr. Ree! I though the idea was genuis!

Zach
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Hey Zack,

Very impressive work you're doing.
Your website is "sick".

P.S. Mrs. Ree is from Bradford. Smile
An idea can turn to dust or magic, depending on the talent that rubs against it.
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What was the most magical thing you saw in 2007.
(So far.)

Mr. Ree: Jerome Murat:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uizjqD3MMYQ

sieler: someone levitate a soap bubble, and then toss a silk over it and do a Zombie routine with the "soap bubble".

Brad Burt: Pageant of the Masters that runs during the Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts.

cosmopop1: The Rick Wilcox live show in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

jimhlou: Kevin James at the Daytona magic festival

Dollarbill: A coin routine by Dave Neighbors called Hallucination

Ethereal: "Phenomenon" on NBC was cool..

magic-dabra: Try Jason Latimer on youtube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-XoN1Ts6Wg

Magic Enhancer Besides my newest effect, InKa, the most magical video I saw was posted below.
I hate to ruin it for you, but it was proven that he was using camera editing.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xze7FdtbAWs

mightyred75: a hero of mine Lance Burton

ctroyer: Jay Scott Berry's work with the cloaking device
An idea can turn to dust or magic, depending on the talent that rubs against it.
---- William Bernbach (1911 - 1982) ----

(After 25 years of PCs, everything switched to Macs, June 2008)
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I saw P&T's cups and balls for the first time.
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For me, it's seeing the demo of Dean Dill performing Dean's Triangle and, after getting one, practicing it in front of the mirror...a beautiful routine of coins through table.
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