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  1. I remember hearing the Vertigo albums in the 70s....

    I remember hearing the Vertigo albums in the 70s. I found their albums in cut-out bins. They don't impress me as they did in the 70s. I liked "Water Curtain Cave" which reminded me of the style on...
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    Back in the early 70s when I heard Lizard I was...

    Back in the early 70s when I heard Lizard I was under the impression that the laughter ending Indoor Games and the agonizing scream in Cirkus were intentionally part of the songs to give them...
  3. Jade Warrior were interested in unorthodox...

    Jade Warrior were interested in unorthodox recording methods perhaps dating back to the early albums. I recall they used wet bath towels to slam against a wall ..which created a sound they were...
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    What a strange album and I love it. Some of the...

    What a strange album and I love it. Some of the space style whispering reminds me of Gilli Smyth. The Jazzy aspect feels sporadic and bizarre.
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    The fat boy jewel case.. 😃 😀 😄 Yes I have this...

    The fat boy jewel case.. 😃 😀 😄 Yes I have this and it is in fact annoying.
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    Thank you so much for posting this information. ...

    Thank you so much for posting this information. Sunrise From The West Sea...and most of what you've listed I don't have. Prison Song I do, but not the others. Where can I buy these? Thanks..
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    Seasons looks great...but I have these on cd. I'm...

    Seasons looks great...but I have these on cd. I'm more interested in his early period. He released some albums which were more Avant-garde and probably the last of these being Red Buddha, ( not to...
  8. A Prog community is a wonderful experience at a...

    A Prog community is a wonderful experience at a gathering. The time I saw Nektar at the War Memorial in Trenton N.J....My brother is asking me about a Jade Warrior album and this guy overheard our...
  9. Lolol!!! This is so true...

    Lolol!!! This is so true...
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    Great information!

    Great information!
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    I like Dark Shadows...a horror soap opera style...

    I like Dark Shadows...a horror soap opera style for sure. It has its flaws and sometimes the acting is outright poor. Sometimes the script is lousy and the concept of the story stupid...sometimes...
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    Dark Elf...that is interesting...wow!!...

    Dark Elf...that is interesting...wow!! Fascinating!
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    The first time I saw The Rolling Stones was...

    The first time I saw The Rolling Stones was probably on Ed Sullivan in the early 60s...or 65' actually. Whatever year it was...I was most likely between 7 and 8 years old.

    The early 60s was so...
  14. Jimi Hendrix Experience- Electric Ladyland Jeff...

    Jimi Hendrix Experience- Electric Ladyland
    Jeff Beck- Blow By Blow
    The Beatles- White Album
    ELP- Tarkus
    King Crimson- In The Court Of The Crimson King

    I still love these 5 particular...
  15. I live in a "hicksville" kind of town where...

    I live in a "hicksville" kind of town where people are generally like that. I'm not saying that their personal preferences in music are bad. I'm merely pointing out that they are all alike..and...
  16. Thread: Free As Waves

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    Thanks..

    Thanks..
  17. Thread: Free As Waves

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    You have been a tremendous help! Thank you so...

    You have been a tremendous help! Thank you so much..
  18. Wow!! This is insane! If I lived in a mansion...

    Wow!! This is insane! If I lived in a mansion /bahia vista ...wherever..whatever...I could hang or mount a few of them up on walls. It's a no brainer that it would be out of price range and a non...
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    Wow...thanks so much!

    Wow...thanks so much!
  20. Thread: Free As Waves

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    Free As Waves

    Instrumental piece...hope you like it...


    https://youtu.be/ty1nw0uWi2Y
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    The Enid- In The Region Of The Summer Stars ...

    The Enid- In The Region Of The Summer Stars
    Solaris- Martian Chronicles
    Ron Geesin- Funny Frown
    Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits
    Dune (soundtrack)- Toto
    Bernard Herrmann- The Day The Earth...
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    I love his particular version of "Wind Words" on...

    I love his particular version of "Wind Words" on the Tempest soundtrack. I thought it to be a bit strange how he sort of left everything behind and entered a temple . He resurfaced with Ceremonial...
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    Miriodor- Mekano Gentle Giant- Octopus Guru...

    Miriodor- Mekano
    Gentle Giant- Octopus
    Guru Guru- Tango Fango
    Edgar Froese- Epsilon In Malaysian Pale
    Brian Eno- Thursday Afternoon
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    Portraits...A Selection From The New Albion...

    Portraits...A Selection From The New Albion Catalog
    Klaus Schulze- Irrlicht
    Edgar Froese- Stuntman
    Gail Laughton- Harps Of The Ancient Temples
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    Tom Evans was in a tight squeeze because...

    Tom Evans was in a tight squeeze because supposedly he had collected the royalties from Apple and then he landed in a position where he had to pay back the with..held..royalties to the other band...
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    I don't believe there is another band in Rock...

    I don't believe there is another band in Rock history to unfold that tragedy.

    The only band I can think of would be Fleetwood Mac. Peter Green had a bad Acid trip and ended up joining a cult...
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    I wasn't a fan of Go...that's just me...but I...

    I wasn't a fan of Go...that's just me...but I have several Stomu Yamashta cds.

    Red Budda
    Stomu Yamashta..Henze/Takemitsu/Maxwell Davies
    Stomu Yamashta and Come To The Edge- Floating Music...
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    This is what I have on cd... Magic Christian...

    This is what I have on cd...

    Magic Christian Music
    No Dice
    Straight Up
    Ass
    Badfinger
    Day After Day ( Live)
    Wish You Were Here
    Airwaves
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    On the Wim Wenders film Wings Of Desire ..Nick...

    On the Wim Wenders film Wings Of Desire ..Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds give a live performance and one of the songs is about a carnival. In that particular song Nick Cave sounds like Jim Morrison. ...
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    He's depressing. Well....he can be. Songs like...

    He's depressing. Well....he can be. Songs like River Man, Time Of No Reply, and certain others. I recall being a young teenager and buying his albums in the record store in 1970...71?...and there...
  31. Yes that's so true...about that double-A- side...

    Yes that's so true...about that double-A- side single. That's very unusual to occur in Rock Music. Maybe occasionally it did with other bands...I can't completely rule that out, but again I believe...
  32. Yes...Ed Sciaky was very supportive of...

    Yes...Ed Sciaky was very supportive of Progressive Rock. So sad to hear of his passing. He used to interview important people
    in Progressive Rock on his radio shows and ...yeah..he was a hard...
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    Sandy Denny- Sandy Nick Drake- Five Leaves Left...

    Sandy Denny- Sandy
    Nick Drake- Five Leaves Left
    Centipede- Septober Energy
    Michael Giles- Progress
    Jade Warrior- Waves
    Ingram Marshall- Evensongs
    David Bedford- Star's End
    Dmitri Tymoczko-...
  34. Interesting info!

    Interesting info!
  35. Ok...I see. They were co-headliners.

    Ok...I see. They were co-headliners.
  36. 😃 😀 😄

    😃 😀 😄
  37. Interesting article. Hit records become a grind...

    Interesting article. Hit records become a grind for the artist . It's beyond boredom and further down the road to hatred. That's the writer's problem and I'm sure whatever condition they have there...
  38. Yes ..but not released. Unfortunately a lot of it...

    Yes ..but not released. Unfortunately a lot of it had to do with disagreements between band members and a lawsuit between managers . 😃

    The side to the business that affected me most was seeing...
  39. I lived in South Jersey during the early 70s....

    I lived in South Jersey during the early 70s. Between ages 14 and 17 I was studying Classical guitar..so I got involved with the music programs and played electric guitar in a few Prog type cover...
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    Goblin- Non Ho Sonno Camel- Nude The Enid-...

    Goblin- Non Ho Sonno
    Camel- Nude
    The Enid- White Goddess
    Kit Watkins- Labyrinth
    Roger Glover- Elements
    Passport- Handmade
    Solaris- Nostradumus
  41. Yeah...that sounds typical. Sometimes I wonder...

    Yeah...that sounds typical. Sometimes I wonder what these record executives were hearing that was so important. They think the guitar is too loud or too tame and always trying to stick a contrived...
  42. That's interesting..thanks for the reply!!

    That's interesting..thanks for the reply!!
  43. I have an interview with Robert Fripp on an old...

    I have an interview with Robert Fripp on an old cassette tape from the 80s. During the interview he claims that Daryl Hall Sacred Songs, Peter Gabriel (2nd), and his solo album Exposure were...
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    Ron Geesin- Land Of Mist The Residents- Duck...

    Ron Geesin- Land Of Mist
    The Residents- Duck Stab
    David Smooke- Nutshell Studies Of Unexplained Death
    Art Zoyd- Faust
    Penguin Cafe Orchestra- Music From The Penguin Cafe
    Jeff Grienke- Cities In...
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    I love ..The Relic by Chuck Van Zyl. That's...

    I love ..The Relic by Chuck Van Zyl. That's mysterious and creepy in sections and it's contained within itself yet releases a dark feeling to the listener. He truly nails this style and he's...
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    Yes...Chuck went the distance! He created more...

    Yes...Chuck went the distance! He created more opportunity for the music to circulate. He also recorded some fine Electronic albums himself.
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    It is a glorious work of art and music is an art...

    It is a glorious work of art and music is an art ...and this particular album from Eloy gives me the impression that the band really worked hard on this album...although it's also very possible that...
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    Yes.. I agree with that! ...I have a Japanese...

    Yes.. I agree with that! ...I have a Japanese mini version of Cyborg. The front cover has an alien/creature unlike the other cover which is a shot of Klaus Schulze. Do you remember back in the day...
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    When I was a teenager in the 70s I was hooked on...

    When I was a teenager in the 70s I was hooked on Tangerine Dream. They lured me in completely. I had albums like Sorcerer, Stratosphere, Phadrea, Zeit, Atem...and Electronic Music itself was...
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    Klaus Schulze- Cyborg Ashra Temple- Walkin' The...

    Klaus Schulze- Cyborg
    Ashra Temple- Walkin' The Desert ( Ashra)
    Tangerine Dream- Sorcerer
    Guru Guru- 30 Jahre Live ( disc 1)
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    Bare Wires ..what a strange album. I love the...

    Bare Wires ..what a strange album. I love the way Mick Taylor plays on that album.
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    They were probably fans of Prog . That's always...

    They were probably fans of Prog . That's always possible and maybe they learned stuff along the way. The harmony lead guitar section of this piece reminds me of Wishbone Ash. The backing instruments...
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    I didn't realize that... I was under the...

    I didn't realize that...
    I was under the impression that Nancy Wilson was trained on Classical guitar.
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    I red something about Glascock in the 70s that...

    I red something about Glascock in the 70s that the internal collapse of his bad health began with him not taking care of an abscess tooth. I never red anything else about it. I don't even know if...
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    A video of a 76' performance shows the band...

    A video of a 76' performance shows the band playing an instrumental ...which is a little reminiscent of early Jethro Tull and I don't know what else...but from watching a few times I get the...
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    This is excellent writing! I love the idea and...

    This is excellent writing! I love the idea and it's luring how this piece develops. Musically it tells a visionary story, but it also can set off the vibe that everything is at a stand still or...
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    The self titled and Crafty Hands are outstanding....

    The self titled and Crafty Hands are outstanding. Better Late has "Eye Of The Storm" and "On The Edge Of This Thought" which are both hauntingly melodic. I don't see it as New Age territory..but...
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    I like those choices..great list

    I like those choices..great list
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    I wasn't particularly fond of Climax Blues Band...

    I wasn't particularly fond of Climax Blues Band FM Live . Some of the mixes on certain tracks are fine ..while others contain piercing highs and a decline in the low end.

    Humble Pie...
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    I remember it being an audience at a bullfight...

    I remember it being an audience at a bullfight mixed in to the original live recording..which Page disliked..and so he released Yardbirds 68' without that kind of noise in the mix ...and it sounds...
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