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  1. "Knife Edge" from the first album, a vocal bit. ...

    "Knife Edge" from the first album, a vocal bit.

    And "Karn Evil #9, 1st Impression" aka "Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends..."
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    Geddy Lee is famously disdainful of bass players...

    Geddy Lee is famously disdainful of bass players using picks... which makes me want to ask him... um, what about Chris Squire?
  3. I believe, if I recall correctly, that this is...

    I believe, if I recall correctly, that this is the main reason Lukather didn't want to bring him back into Toto in 2010.
  4. Yeah, I think this is it. Steve is okay too, as...

    Yeah, I think this is it. Steve is okay too, as he's doing the quarter-note staccato chords he's supposed to do during the cowbell part. However, Carl is crunching away on the snare, and he looks at...
  5. Right. Again, the Saratoga Winery show on July 28...

    Right. Again, the Saratoga Winery show on July 28 begins at 6 PM, so there might be more room/time to stretch out breaks.
  6. Billy and Jay can keep up fine. Steve's still got...

    Billy and Jay can keep up fine. Steve's still got it (though those harmonics at the beginning feel weak to me, like they barely register). Geoff leaves out some of Moraz's flourishes, but...
  7. Wow, for a camera recording that sounds nice....

    Wow, for a camera recording that sounds nice. Davison is excellent and Sherwood is solid. Why does my show have to be the last one on the tour? ;)
  8. A current livetweet of photos is going on here: ...

    A current livetweet of photos is going on here:

    https://twitter.com/JohnJMoser

    "Rhythm of Love," "No Opportunity Necessary" and "America" are all in the set, as is, of course, "Gates". It...
  9. I have to agree with this. I watched this and my...

    I have to agree with this. I watched this and my heart broke to see Phil in this state. It's sweet to see Mike and Phil sitting together to do this, but I just kept seeing Daryl as a stoic soldier...
  10. That's honestly what I suspected; maybe it was...

    That's honestly what I suspected; maybe it was just from the order on the poster. I'm actually really looking forward to this show. "Gates" would just be a cherry on top.
  11. My tickets say 6:00 PM at the Saratoga Mountain...

    My tickets say 6:00 PM at the Saratoga Mountain Winery on 7/28. Still, that sounds like a midnight closing time....
  12. OK, YesOfficial tweeted: To clarify for those...

    OK, YesOfficial tweeted: To clarify for those that have asked, John Lodge WILL be performing as part of The Royal Affair Tour this summer. There are three support bands touring with YES; Asia, John...
  13. I'm hoping Alan White had a senior moment there...

    I'm hoping Alan White had a senior moment there in forgetting him, because I got the tickets for myself and a few friends largely because 1) I've recently rediscovered the Moody Blues and 2) one of...
  14. Works for me. It gets their performances out for...

    Works for me. It gets their performances out for more people (especially to those in isolated places where few rock acts perform) instead of wearing down musicians financially, mentally and...
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    Geddy Lee was fantastic. He nailed the parts and...

    Geddy Lee was fantastic. He nailed the parts and he looked like he was having a lot of fun. This thread is just weird.
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    I'm going to have to get one myself as well. I'm...

    I'm going to have to get one myself as well. I'm excited again.
  17. I'm ACTUALLY 50, so I pretty much agree with all...

    I'm ACTUALLY 50, so I pretty much agree with all of this, except that I don't use "shuffle" on my iPod because "Movements of a Visionary" would not work too well between "Pull Me Under" and "The...
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    Excuse me, I'll just sit over here crying... we...

    Excuse me, I'll just sit over here crying... we could have had a better final exit that "In the Hot Seat."
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    Toto also did this. Just sayin'. ...

    Toto also did this. Just sayin'.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLOLNCpjOFg
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    Meh. No wonder Luke's so bitter these days.

    Meh. No wonder Luke's so bitter these days.
  21. I agree with this 10000000%. When I heard this,...

    I agree with this 10000000%. When I heard this, it just elevated my mood intensely. I also love the synth and guitar sounds in it, and the tuned percussion break as well.
  22. Happy 70th birthday, Rick!

    Happy 70th birthday, Rick!
  23. So, giving this a listen now. It's definitely...

    So, giving this a listen now. It's definitely doing some different things, though the Spawton compositions are still quintessentially Spawton compositions. I didn't even know who wrote what when I...
  24. OK, yeah, I'm sold. Getting it as soon as it...

    OK, yeah, I'm sold. Getting it as soon as it comes out.
  25. I actually bought this and "The Big Dream" at the...

    I actually bought this and "The Big Dream" at the same time (I wasn't wild about the first one) and so far I like both a lot. "Ancient Ascendant" is still my favorite out of all of it. Compared to...
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    There's "The Seventh House" and "Harvest of...

    There's "The Seventh House" and "Harvest of Souls," as far as I know. Is there another one?
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    Um, yeah, "Show Me the Way" is a ballad. Not all...

    Um, yeah, "Show Me the Way" is a ballad. Not all ballads are about romantic love.
  28. *spits water, soda, and half his internal organs...

    *spits water, soda, and half his internal organs onto the computer monitor*

    Because... because a "non-confrontational" person invents a word like "Yuppets."

    Edit: That said, it's a very...
  29. Also Ted Neeley is way too wimpy and breathy....

    Also Ted Neeley is way too wimpy and breathy. Once you've had Gillan, no one else compares.
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    I so wanted to like that album, but it was SO...

    I so wanted to like that album, but it was SO boring. It was pretty much an entire album of "Wearing the Inside Out," only not as good.
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    Based on this thread, I had a listen to this,...

    Based on this thread, I had a listen to this, loved it, and bought it. I find I'm putting "Come On If You Feel Up To It" on repeat.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohDB5gbtaEQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohDB5gbtaEQ
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    I'd just heard "The Real Me" from Quadrophenia,...

    I'd just heard "The Real Me" from Quadrophenia, and that definitely rockets to the top of my list of favorite Entwistle bass lines.
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    I really liked that. I especially loved the Keith...

    I really liked that. I especially loved the Keith Emerson-y piano solo in the middle, really tasty stuff. Can't wait for this whole album, the bits I've heard have been very exciting.
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    I have constantly returned to Roine Stolt's...

    I have constantly returned to Roine Stolt's Hydrophonia ever since I bought it. "Shipbuilding," "Little Cottage by the Sea" and "Bizarre Seahorse Sex Attack" are just fantastic.
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    Because I'll probably be the only one doing this,...

    Because I'll probably be the only one doing this, I'm going to speak up again for the psychedelic vocoder flange effect in "Room 137." It gives me goosebumps and I think it's a cool and different...
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    Greer was doing most of the audience engagement...

    Greer was doing most of the audience engagement even when Walsh was in the band. Walsh just didn't want to talk to the audience near the end.
  38. Curious as heck; can anyone point me to an...

    Curious as heck; can anyone point me to an example of Ron Thal's best singing?

    EDIT: Found this. Not bad. He could pull this off.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4g6H4Hxr6Q
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    Actually, the violin and the guitar doubling...

    Actually, the violin and the guitar doubling Trevor Rabin's guitar solo was quite cool.
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    All joking aside, this is just very Jon Anderson....

    All joking aside, this is just very Jon Anderson. I'm not even remotely surprised by it (does anyone remember "The More You Know"?). But yeah, while it's not unpleasant, it's clearly a trifle....
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    Hep Yadda, let's get to the heart of the matter...

    Hep Yadda, let's get to the heart of the matter...
  42. I'm on it. For whatever reason, Folklore failed...

    I'm on it. For whatever reason, Folklore failed to catch fire with me, but Grimspound and The Second Brightest Star made up for that with flames to spare, so I'm encouraged.
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    I completely agree. "Pale Blue Dot" was my least...

    I completely agree. "Pale Blue Dot" was my least favorite for a while, but now I love even that. DT have created an album where I love every song, and they haven't done that for me since Awake. ...
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    Sounds just as excellent of "Rhythm of Time." ...

    Sounds just as excellent of "Rhythm of Time." The vocal section reminds me of classic Bowie! I can't wait to hear the rest of it!
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    … I'm actually shocked hearing this. This is...



    I'm actually shocked hearing this. This is a song he's played since 1973, and while granted he's never played THAT part, you'd think hanging around Steve and Daryl for so long he would have...
  46. I just bought this album a month ago. I was...

    I just bought this album a month ago. I was pleasantly surprised at how much of it was instrumental. However, the vocal songs are okay for the most part; "Humanizzimo" is the only one that drags...
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    I could deal with Walsh leaving, because his...

    I could deal with Walsh leaving, because his heart hadn't been in it for years. Williams leaving would be a shock. I know he's getting older but he's seemed in all past interviews to be loaded for...
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    "Alien Afternoon," "The Dividing Line,"...

    "Alien Afternoon," "The Dividing Line," "Uncertain Weather," and especially "One Man's Fool" are great, in my opinion. I'm actually a bit astonished more people DON'T like "One Man's Fool," but que...
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    Again, "Dust in the Wind" was part of the Point...

    Again, "Dust in the Wind" was part of the Point of Know Return album, and they played the entire album in its entirety in order.
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    Okay, I've really had time to let this sink in....

    Okay, I've really had time to let this sink in. And at the risk of prompting some collective eye-rolling... this is the best thing they've done since Octavarium.

    And I swear I'm not saying that...
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    Rich has always been a sort of John...

    Rich has always been a sort of John Entwistle-esque "statue" player in all the live performances I've seen, though.



    It wasn't left off; it was on Point of Know Return and the OP says they did...
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    I was just wandering through this thread out of...

    I was just wandering through this thread out of curiosity, and I suddenly became VERY curious to find out if Dedicated to Chaos was as bad as everyone said it was. So I searched on...
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    There was also another one for "Stereotomy"...

    There was also another one for "Stereotomy" itself, which I remembered at the time being an MTV WORLD PREMIERE VIDEO. It wasn't anything special, if I recall, some acrobats leaping around with video...
  54. Yeah, I mean, you've basically just left ZZ Top...

    Yeah, I mean, you've basically just left ZZ Top as the only legitimate 70s/80s band out there.
  55. The soundtrack of your life - albums that remind you of golden days

    So it's been brought up in other threads that some people have strong feelings for albums that they discovered during their golden years. Every time they play this album, it either reminds them of a...
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    And what's really funny was the biggest hits were...

    And what's really funny was the biggest hits were sung by Eric Woolfson himself.
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    I'm taking my time to digest this, but so far I...

    I'm taking my time to digest this, but so far I like it. It really fools you. It sounds at first like all they're doing is polyrhythmic nu-metal at first, but every song will throw in a curve ball...
  58. I do want to address this. It's a good album for...

    I do want to address this. It's a good album for getting people into Queen if for the first two songs alone, and gems like "Spread Your Wings," "It's Late" and "My Melancholy Blues." I don't want to...
  59. "You and I" isn't great, but I find it enjoyable....

    "You and I" isn't great, but I find it enjoyable.

    "Misfire's" problem to me is that it's too short.

    I can't speak for his Flash Gordon material, which I haven't heard.

    I'll add that "If You...
  60. We'll agree to disagree. I think "In Only Seven...

    We'll agree to disagree. I think "In Only Seven Days" is a hidden, unappreciated gold nugget. It's really pretty, Freddie's vocals are sublime (and not mixed to sound like he's singing from a box...
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