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  1. Steve Roach/Jorge Reyes: The Ancestor Circle ...

    Steve Roach/Jorge Reyes: The Ancestor Circle
    Steve Roach: Back To Life
    Terje Rypdal: Bleak House
    Terje Rypdal: Terje Rypdal
    Terje Rypdal: What Comes After
    Terje Rypdal: Whenever I Seem To Be...
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    Yeah, I remember hearing that story. As far they...

    Yeah, I remember hearing that story. As far they were concerned, they'd already done Sullivan, so being banned was a moot point to them.
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    I remember when I saw Weir and Jerry on David...

    I remember when I saw Weir and Jerry on David Letterman back in 1987, Dave asked them about playing in Egypt, and Jerry sort of chuckles and says "Oh, we were terrible!", then goes onto say they...
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    That's the only one I'm aware of, but I could be...

    That's the only one I'm aware of, but I could be wrong. I remember seeing a clip where Mick sort of rolls his eyes at the camera as he sings, "Let's spend some time together".

    I remember some...
  5. Steve Roach: Day Out Of Time

    Steve Roach: Day Out Of Time
  6. The Bevis Frond: Bevis Through The Looking Glass...

    The Bevis Frond: Bevis Through The Looking Glass
    Glenn Gould: a bunch of Beethoven piano sonatas, don't remember which ones at the moment, but it's what I listened to for about 20 or so minutes...
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    Goddamn TV directors strike again! :lol I guess...

    Goddamn TV directors strike again! :lol I guess we should be thankful that on the Barcelona show there's lots of shots where you can really see what Frank is doing when he plays. Another thing I...
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    And, I believe, Boris Karloff.

    And, I believe, Boris Karloff.
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    Reputedly, someone asked Robert Hunter (their...

    Reputedly, someone asked Robert Hunter (their lyricist) what he thought the person who wrote Cumberland Blues would have thought, if he could have known something called The Grateful Dead would one...
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    Chariots Of FIre was my introduction to Vangelis...

    Chariots Of FIre was my introduction to Vangelis also. I used to have a mix cassette that had the Titles Theme (or whatever the actual correct title of the piece is) on it when I was like 10.
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    Cough! Cough! Infinity! I was astounded to...

    Cough! Cough! Infinity!

    I was astounded to find out who Irene Papas was, as Infinity was my introduction to her. I only much much later found out she was a movie star who also had a singing...
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    Who's stage outfit. I dont' remember much about...

    Who's stage outfit. I dont' remember much about what anyone wore in the Barcelona video. I was more interested in finally seeing some decent footage of Frank playing guitar (before that, I'd only...
  13. Rainbow: Down To Earth The Bevis Frond: Miasma...

    Rainbow: Down To Earth
    The Bevis Frond: Miasma
    The Bevis Frond: Inner Marshland
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    I have that on a bootleg VHS. I remember querying...

    I have that on a bootleg VHS. I remember querying Mike Keneally about that back in the AOL days, asking him about the exact date, and the references to Marqueson (Marque Coy, Frank's monitor guy, I...
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    We Used To Know, I believe it was. But here's the...

    We Used To Know, I believe it was. But here's the thing: Don Felder was the band member who wrote the music to Hotel California, and he didnt' join the band until 1974, so unless Tull and The Eagles...
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    What did Hackett swipe from VDGG?!

    What did Hackett swipe from VDGG?!
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    Yeah, I forgot about Tink Walks Amok. I remember...

    Yeah, I forgot about Tink Walks Amok. I remember Frank saying in Guitar Player just before it came out that it features Arthur Barrow doing "interesting things" on three basses (Tink apparently being...
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    "Glastonbury Fayre recordings", aka 4/8/72 Empire...

    "Glastonbury Fayre recordings", aka 4/8/72 Empire Pool, London (The Dead didn't play at Glastonbury). If you go to post #34 in this thread, I give a link to an earlier thread where I posted a bunch...
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    IF they keep them on the ARchive. I know al ot of...

    IF they keep them on the ARchive. I know al ot of the shows that were excerpted on the Dick's Picks releases were taken off the Archive (including stuff that wasn't ON the damn Dick's Picks...
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    That's one of myf avorite Dark Stars, even in...

    That's one of myf avorite Dark Stars, even in spite of Weir hijacking the segue away from Jerry into cowboy land. But that was one of the coolest things about the Dead, how they could segue from a...
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    Well, I haven't seen the setlists from any of...

    Well, I haven't seen the setlists from any of their recent tours, so I don't know if they do anything from Raised On Radio or not. I'd have thought Be Good To Yourself and/or The Girl Can't Help It...
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    re: Them Or Us The sound on Them Or Us...

    re: Them Or Us



    The sound on Them Or Us never bothered me. I think the production is pretty decent there. And I love that heavy flanging effect he uses on some of the guitar solos.

    Drowning...
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    At one point, I was on the Zebra mailing list,...

    At one point, I was on the Zebra mailing list, circa 2000 or so, I'd get their touring schedule. They'd do a few shows here and there, like a week or two of shows in Lousiana and Texas, then maybe a...
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    Most people who can afford it, you mean. Those of...

    Most people who can afford it, you mean. Those of us who aren't wealthy, once again, get screwed.
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    According to Wikipedia, Next came out in February...

    According to Wikipedia, Next came out in February 1977, and A Farewell To Kings was recorded in June of 77 and released in September 77. You don't think three months is enough time to absorb...
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    Well, just because you don't admit to an...

    Well, just because you don't admit to an influence doesn't mean it's not there. And there's also the thing of picking up things unconsciously. You have to imagine the Rush guys probalby heard Journey...
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    Then there's bands who didn't really break up,...

    Then there's bands who didn't really break up, but too long sabbaticals from recording (i.e. they got dropped from their label and had trouble signing with a new one).

    One of my favorite examples...
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    It does kind of sound like the coda of Tom...

    It does kind of sound like the coda of Tom Sawyer.

    The chord movement sort of sounds similar to Xanadu, particularly with the open string notes that same while the fretted chord changes.

    But...
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    Yeah, Neil strikes as being a difficult to work...

    Yeah, Neil strikes as being a difficult to work with. You ever seen The Year Of The Horse documentary? There's a bunch of clips of him getting into arguments during rehearsals and whatever with the...
  30. Yeah, fantastic boxset. Love the DVD, as well as...

    Yeah, fantastic boxset. Love the DVD, as well as the Trondheim and Hamburg shows.
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    Yeah, Infrared Roses is fantastic, a good...

    Yeah, Infrared Roses is fantastic, a good compilation of late 80's/early 90's recordings. Jerry, Phil and Weir were getting well into guitar synths at the time, and you can hear a lot of that on...
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    Nor does it have any of the Phil and Ned stuff....

    Nor does it have any of the Phil and Ned stuff. And I agree, the second set on the first night opened with a great Phil & Ned/Wharf Rat/Eyes Of The World suite with the a long improv linking Wharf...
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    They recorded all five nights in their entirety....

    They recorded all five nights in their entirety. I think the 5 CD set was an attempt to present all the music that was:

    a. considered for use in the movie (including a lot of stuff that didn't...
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    It would be just too damn difficult to release...

    It would be just too damn difficult to release the shows separately, wouldn't it. :roll

    At any rate, I'm familiar with the shows from 72 and 73, but those two shows from 71 looks like your...
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    OK, here's an earlier thread I started a couple...

    OK, here's an earlier thread I started a couple years ago, that has a bunch of my favorite Dead shows. Most of them are cued up right to the fun parts:
    ...
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    Here's my take on Cornell 77: The reason it...

    Here's my take on Cornell 77: The reason it became so "mythical" or whatever you want to say is, at one time, there were very high quality soundboard tapes in circulation. There were people who did...
  37. Well, I guess it's yesterday now, but on Tuesday,...

    Well, I guess it's yesterday now, but on Tuesday, I listened to:
    Eloy: Live
    Eloy: Silent Cries And Mighty Echoes
    Eloy: Colours
    Eloy: Planets
    Eloy: Time To Turn
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    The 82 tour was the only one, I believe, that was...

    The 82 tour was the only one, I believe, that was actually billed as a "Farewell Tour". I remember Townshend admitted in 1989, when they did the first reunion tour, he "was only doing it for the...
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    That was on the Yesyears documentary. That's at...

    That was on the Yesyears documentary. That's at best an act of wishful thinking, and at worst, a very calculated PR move, to generate a positive item that would make for good copy. Actually, I...
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    Me too. You can hear me on the official release.

    Me too. You can hear me on the official release.
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    Actually, Chris Franz, Tina Weymouth, and Jerry...

    Actually, Chris Franz, Tina Weymouth, and Jerry Harrison did record adn tour as The Heads in the mid 90's. I saw them open for The Who in 1996. As far as a full reunion with all four band members,...
  42. So far, it's been an Eloy kind of day: Eloy...

    So far, it's been an Eloy kind of day:

    Eloy
    Inside
    Floating
    Power And The Passion
  43. David Bowie: Young Americans David Bowie:...

    David Bowie: Young Americans
    David Bowie: Station To Station
    Deep Purple: Shades Of Deep Purple
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    See also: Robert Plant.

    See also: Robert Plant.
  45. Pink Floyd, the 1969 discs from the Early Years...

    Pink Floyd, the 1969 discs from the Early Years set, and Atom Heart Mother.

    Also listened to most of Steve Roach & Jorge Reyes' The Ancestor Circle.
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    Uh, no, not at all. It's a sort of a...

    Uh, no, not at all. It's a sort of a semi-acoustic ballad, but it doesn't sound like they were going for the "not too hard, not too soft" market.



    I'll take More Fool Me over Misunderstanding...
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    The same reason some Styx fans hate Babe, because...

    The same reason some Styx fans hate Babe, because if we wanted to listen to Barry Manilow songs, we'd buy Barry Manilow records. It's liek at some point, someone forgot this was supposed to be rock...
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    They played between five and seven shows in each...

    They played between five and seven shows in each city they The Wall in (except London, where they did 10, five in 80 and five in 81).


    Yeah, well, it was probably either that or stop singing...
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    [QUOTE=Trane;1056694] The Synclavier isn't a...

    The Synclavier isn't a guitar synth. Or at least it wasn't conceived as one. They did eventually equip it with it's own guitar interface (but you had to use one of the Roland G series guitars, or...
  50. Steve Roach: A Soul Ascends and Long THoughts...

    Steve Roach: A Soul Ascends and Long THoughts
    Timeless Pulse: Live At CNMAT 2002
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    No shit.

    No shit.
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    So how does one access this "Exclusive" page?

    So how does one access this "Exclusive" page?
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    OK, I couldn't remmeber, I thought I had read...

    OK, I couldn't remmeber, I thought I had read once that some tours had it and some didn't.
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    55 bucks for tickets?! Really?!

    55 bucks for tickets?! Really?!
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    Pfft! In my mind it's still March Of The...

    Pfft! In my mind it's still March Of The Slippermen (which is what I for some reason thought it was for many years back in the 80's).
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    I think Alex made up his mind after Hemispheres...

    I think Alex made up his mind after Hemispheres that guitar synths werne't for him, though he did continue to play bass pedals on stage, and like Geddy, had them linked to other synths. I recall that...
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    Ahem! Actually, it's In The Cage/Cinema...

    Ahem! Actually, it's In The Cage/Cinema Show/Colony Of The Slippermen/Afterglow. Can't remember if they do the Riding The Scree tease on that tour or not.

    On the Mama Tour, it was In The...
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    I'm not sure there was a formula linking 2112 and...

    I'm not sure there was a formula linking 2112 and Hemispheres.

    But it's hilarious to hear someone suggest that, because I know there's a lot of people who dismissed Rush on the heels of Signals...
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    I haven't got that one yet. It's just weird to...

    I haven't got that one yet. It's just weird to me, I'm still thinking, I've got like a couple dozen Steve Roach albums, then I count what's in my music folder on my computer and it comes up to 66....
  60. Now, you got me thinkign about things. I was...

    Now, you got me thinkign about things. I was looking at Steve Roach's Bandcamp page last night, and I noted that one of the titles he has up is the three CD set he did with Vidna Obmana, Ascension Of...
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