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  1. I quit playing in cover bands and my last gig was...

    I quit playing in cover bands and my last gig was New Years 2019. I probably quit because I couldn't deal with it in the 21st century and because of how the music business changed for the worse on...
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    Miriodor have so much to offer musically . It's...

    Miriodor have so much to offer musically . It's quite an experience listening to their albums. They may have certain influences which they add to their own vocabulary, however they possess a unique...
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    Ron Geesin- RonCycle 1 Julverne- Le Retour Du...

    Ron Geesin- RonCycle 1
    Julverne- Le Retour Du Captain Nemo
    Art Zoyd- Musique Pour L' odyssee
    The Residents- Duck Stab
    Egg- The Civil Surface
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    I liked Godley And Creme Consequences a lot even...

    I liked Godley And Creme Consequences a lot even though some of the Peter Cook was filler..I enjoyed the music.

    Miles Davis Bitches Brew was special

    I liked 200 Motels Frank Zappa

    Chicago...
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    Ingram Marshall- Fog Tropes Dmitri Tymoczko-...

    Ingram Marshall- Fog Tropes

    Dmitri Tymoczko- Crackpot Hymnal

    Birdsongs Of The Mesozoic- Faultline

    Art Zoyd- Nosferatu

    Steve Roach- Dreamtime Return
  6. Aside from documented cases people have a...

    Aside from documented cases people have a definite tendency to not believe that cults exist.

    This becomes rather confusing to a number of people because there are in fact thousands of towns all...
  7. Vineland and Millville have a history of cults....

    Vineland and Millville have a history of cults. There were several cults surrounding the Cumberland County area.
    The cult of Menantico wasn't the only one.

    People participated in devil worship...
  8. I bought most of her catalog...I believe back in...

    I bought most of her catalog...I believe back in the late 90s and early 2000s when they were released on East Side Digital. She is deeply angered or generally disappointed over...
  9. I spent many hours on the phone talking to Chuck...

    I spent many hours on the phone talking to Chuck Minuto. His Neptune release is very unique to me. He had some amazing stories to tell me. He was like an actor...his impersonations are outstanding!
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    Miles Davis was so influential to musicians of...

    Miles Davis was so influential to musicians of the world. It's completely insane the number of people he influenced.

    The small details of his music ..his improvisation. That 2 or 3 second delay...
  11. This is a timeless story! This is really...

    This is a timeless story! This is really great..thank you for sharing this !
  12. Thanks so much

    Thanks so much
  13. In the late 60s as a child between ages 10 to 13...

    In the late 60s as a child between ages 10 to 13 I was surrounded by a lot of hippies. I was thrilled by the hippie culture until I began realizing that my viewpoint or what I basically believed in...
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    It is super interesting. Bought some of their...

    It is super interesting. Bought some of their Lp's decades ago and then a few of their cds. Always loved their take on The Wizard Of Oz...the characters voices at the beginning of a track off the...
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    Yes Steve F. that is true. That's...

    Yes Steve F. that is true. That's interesting...thank you for that insight
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    I watched documentaries containing interviews...

    I watched documentaries containing interviews with people who knew Syd Barrett and their word is not gospel.

    You simply cant buy into everything they say about him . For example...Norman Smith...
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    That is interesting!

    That is interesting!
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    It's amazing to me that you saw Kayak in that...

    It's amazing to me that you saw Kayak in that time period!
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    Joe Boyd speaks of Syd Barrett recording a bunch...

    Joe Boyd speaks of Syd Barrett recording a bunch of songs on to a tape. Joe Boyd misplaced the tape. Rumors scatter about over the years that some of the songs were re-recorded for Madcap and...
  20. I love this album! I bought it immediately after...

    I love this album! I bought it immediately after its release and several Renaissance fans around me at that time reacted negatively, but I played it everyday and thought the songs were beautiful. ...
  21. It was certainly freaky to grow up around that...

    It was certainly freaky to grow up around that for sure. Charles Pangburn, chief of the Millville Police was determined to bust this group ...however something went wrong.

    It's possible that he...
  22. The murder, ( ritualistic killing) took place at...

    The murder, ( ritualistic killing) took place at Menantico which is in Millville, N.J. People belonging to the cult lived in Vineland, N.J. which is about a ten minute drive from Menantico.
    ...
  23. Even though I've aged...I am not completely...

    Even though I've aged...I am not completely jaded. If I listen to National Health...there are sections of the music that stop me in my tracks and I stare out the window...for example...certain...
  24. Now that I am old ...I am sometimes left with...

    Now that I am old ...I am sometimes left with memories of haunting and frightening experiences that occurred in my youth.

    These experiences had little to do with my family life. We were all...
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    Jumping positions when playing a jazzy chord...

    Jumping positions when playing a jazzy chord melody was based off what I knew as the "jump system" in the 60s and 70s. It required the development of technique that I acquired from playing Johnny...
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    Emerson, Lake, & Palmer in 1974. I saw PFM at the...

    Emerson, Lake, & Palmer in 1974. I saw PFM at the Spectrum in Philadelphia around this time , perhaps I saw them first. I'm ancient fossil and my memory is decreasing in storage..
  27. I saw Rory Gallagher three times in the 70s....

    I saw Rory Gallagher three times in the 70s. Sometimes he would be diverse and play a mandolin , a harp, or acoustic guitar.

    Other times he wouldn't and remain electric all night. It depended on...
  28. Very true! Especially your statement about Humble...

    Very true! Especially your statement about Humble Pie and UFO . Several headliners felt those bands were competitive and it shattered their confidence at times. Steve Marriott was very good at...
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    The guitar solo is written out and it's...

    The guitar solo is written out and it's definitely the kind of solo which needs to be worked out so that once you master it ...it has finesse.

    Depending on who the guitar player is specific...
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    "Lila's Dance" is beautiful! The composition and...

    "Lila's Dance" is beautiful! The composition and the style of it transitioning from one particular part to the next is definitely skilled writing.

    The middle section or ( jam section) is...
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    I believe I heard them in 1968 . My sister was 7...

    I believe I heard them in 1968 . My sister was 7 years older and a hippie. She gave me an educational introduction to the music of those times.

    My favorite album by Jefferson Airplane is Crown...
  32. The sound quality on Longlaville is decent, but...

    The sound quality on Longlaville is decent, but there is something about the performance that throws me off. I don't know what the H that is.

    I've listened to it several times and it's growing on...
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    PhilaMoca art gallery? Really? I better jump on...

    PhilaMoca art gallery? Really? I better jump on this. I need to plan ahead for this.
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    I love Christiane Legrand on Procol Harum's...

    I love Christiane Legrand on Procol Harum's "Fires ( Which Burnt Brightly ). She was with The Swingle Singers and also worked with Stan Getz.

    I first heard her on the Grand Hotel album and I was...
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    Annie Haslam, Sandy Denny, and Amanda Parsons. I...

    Annie Haslam, Sandy Denny, and Amanda Parsons. I am particularly fond of Amanda Parsons voice and especially on the first National Health album.

    She seemed to vanish from the music business. ...
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    I seem to get ideas from dreams and the idea...

    I seem to get ideas from dreams and the idea comes from thinking about what occurred in that dream .

    There are moments when I might recall something creepy happening in my life and then a piece...
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    I would like to hear Annus horriblilis! I must...

    I would like to hear Annus horriblilis! I must check it out
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    Yes it's a crazy struggle!

    Yes it's a crazy struggle!
  39. Chad Wackerman !!! Very great!!

    Chad Wackerman !!! Very great!!
  40. It is common for an artist to change an...

    It is common for an artist to change an arrangement based on sheer boredom of playing the original arrangement night after night.

    Some bands succeed at utilizing a segment of each older or...
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    Thanks Moe...very kind of you . Yes I used to...

    Thanks Moe...very kind of you . Yes I used to post as Enid.
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    This is an amazing thread. My collection of...

    This is an amazing thread. My collection of Canterbury is truly small compared to P.E. members and it's fascinating to read the comments from members regarding Canterbury style bands that I truly...
  43. Dreamtime Return by Steve Roach helps me to...

    Dreamtime Return by Steve Roach helps me to sleep. Brian Eno Discreet Music is a good choice.

    Substracta by Biosphere is an excellent ambient recording...but not for falling asleep...unless you...
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    Back Into The Future was a decent album. Man are...

    Back Into The Future was a decent album. Man are often referenced to sounding San Francisco...however sometimes they have a Space Rock style. As they were billed with Hawkwind on the 1999 Party Tour...
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    Yes the Japanese imports are the only cd releases...

    Yes the Japanese imports are the only cd releases I am aware of. Their releases seem obscure and difficult to find anyway. I've never heard anyone like them.

    I have no idea if they've ever given...
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    Russ Ballard was a crafted songwriter. I got the...

    Russ Ballard was a crafted songwriter. I got the impression that he knew exactly what he wanted and how the song he wrote would flow.

    Rod Argent is simply amazing! I'd love to hear him play...
  47. I love the composition of John McLaughlin as...

    I love the composition of John McLaughlin as well. How could I not? He's such a fine writer.

    The first time I saw him play was with Mahavishnu on Don Kirshner Rock Concert or it could have been...
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    When Hemispheres was released I was in my early...

    When Hemispheres was released I was in my early 20s and I was really impressed because I had worn out Farewell To Kings and didn't expect the band to progress further with an even darker album such...
  49. Thread: Kayak

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    Thank you Progbear...yes...Merlin was 1981. I...

    Thank you Progbear...yes...Merlin was 1981. I kept thinking the 70s.
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    It's a shame their cds are not re-released. They...

    It's a shame their cds are not re-released. They are loved and it's frustrating that there may not be enough demand. It's the nature of the business as such that these kinds of situations occur. ...
  51. John McLaughlin is so amazingly fast , clean ,...

    John McLaughlin is so amazingly fast , clean , and fluent...and if I decide to attempt a piece by him...I will first practice Jimmy Bruno's practice method on scales. This warms you up in the area of...
  52. Thread: Kayak

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    The song "Phantom Of The Night" was reminiscent...

    The song "Phantom Of The Night" was reminiscent of Procol Harum to me and it sounded similar to the style on Grand Hotel in some ways, but probably because of the orchestra.

    Phantom Of The Night...
  53. Thread: Kayak

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    Trust In The Machine was a strange song. It...

    Trust In The Machine was a strange song. It featured Mellotron and came across very dark
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    Pete has some very good vids. I've enjoyed...

    Pete has some very good vids. I've enjoyed several. One in particular featured guests discussing Canterbury bands. After watching the vid I got the urge to dig through my Canterbury collection and...
  55. Thread: Kayak

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    After listening to their first 5 albums for...

    After listening to their first 5 albums for years...I then heard Merlin and really liked the first 4 songs which reminded me of a suite, but are not connected as such. The rest of the album was Pop...
  56. It depends on the style he plays as to what kind...

    It depends on the style he plays as to what kind of impression he leaves on people. He plays different styles of music...therefore his playing changes. He's a virtuoso type of player with a unique...
  57. I'm a candidate for ancient fossil. Mainly...

    I'm a candidate for ancient fossil. Mainly regarding the music business because I began traveling in bands ( original and cover), in the mid 70s at age 18.

    This is another lifetime. It wasn't in...
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    Renaissance- Turn Of The Cards Ingram Marshall-...

    Renaissance- Turn Of The Cards
    Ingram Marshall- Three Penitential Visions
    Vasks- Chamber Music
    Solaris- Martian Kronikles
    Steeleye Span- Please To See The King
    Mort Garson- Black Mass/Lucifer...
  59. Thread: Gravy Train

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    I agree that Man were one of those bands....

    I agree that Man were one of those bands. Particularly on Greasy Truckers Party, Man , Are You Settling In, Be Good To Yourself, Back Into The Future...where synthesizer parts and other keyboard...
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    LA Woman deeply affective to Doors fans and...

    LA Woman deeply affective to Doors fans and definitely a surprise. The clarity of the recording and the overall impression it left on people was generally of bewilderment and or curiosity.

    LA...
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