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    No its neither of those, it's from Matching Moles...

    No its neither of those, it's from Matching Moles Little Red Record - Gloria Gloom around 2:20 in.
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    Sounds familiar -my guess is either Jan Hammer's...

    Sounds familiar -my guess is either Jan Hammer's 'The First Seven Days' or Pink Floyds 'Seven Species of small Furry Animals', neither of which I still have, so I can't confirm.
  3. I like Bruford (but not his Earthworks stuff),...

    I like Bruford (but not his Earthworks stuff), but I find the above perfectly reasonable.
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    Thanks - I'd not heard that before. I just found...

    Thanks - I'd not heard that before. I just found its available on Bandcamp for those who'd like a download.
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    Peter Hammill's 'Just Good Friends'. A great...

    Peter Hammill's 'Just Good Friends'. A great description of an affair that's run its course and is drawing to an end. That would make it a great song in itself but what makes it special for me is...
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    Which, as it happens, are both titles of tracks...

    Which, as it happens, are both titles of tracks on Pingvinorkestern's album 'Push', so I guess they are also fans. https://pingvinorkestern.bandcamp.com/album/push
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    After I'd written this I realised that most if...

    After I'd written this I realised that most if not all of you would only know' Music for the Head Ballet' as a tune, not a performance. I'm pleased to find an old video of them performing this on a...
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    Thanks for that -I knew most of them but I had no...

    Thanks for that -I knew most of them but I had no idea who Zebra KId or Garner Ted Armstrong were so know I do. Lord Snooty seesm to have been recently reincarnated as politician Jacob Rees Mogg.
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    Their first album was passed around at school and...

    Their first album was passed around at school and seemed to be universally liked. A group of us from my school went to see them when we were 14 and they were the first live band I'd seen. I saw them...
  10. I don't know his stuff at all well, but I do love...

    I don't know his stuff at all well, but I do love the one track he did with Rabbit Rabbit Radio:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5wwcIiUdYw
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    I love them too, not necessarily clever, but...

    I love them too, not necessarily clever, but Wyatt liked to play with words and even if he did just sing the placeholder lyrics becasue he couldn't be bothered to finish the song, its still something...
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    From "I see You" on the first Yes lp: I see...

    From "I see You" on the first Yes lp:

    I see you
    Everywhere behind your hair over there
    I see you
    I love you at your door second floor first world war

    (Don't blame Jon, this one was aritten...
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    Time to revive this thread as The Bob Lazar Story...

    Time to revive this thread as The Bob Lazar Story have a new album 'Vanquisher' out on Bad Elephant records, meaning its a CD as well as a download. I've listened to this band and been intrigued but...
  14. Thread: Verne

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    Looking at the listings from some of their...

    Looking at the listings from some of their records its apparent that all they've done is steal the bonus tracks from officially released albums and present them as albums of rare or live material....
  15. Thread: Zolo Music

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    Yes I remember reading Terry Sharkie's page back...

    Yes I remember reading Terry Sharkie's page back in the late 90's -I happened upon it when I was searching for something on an obscure Franch band - Look de Bouk if I remember, and their name came up...
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    Perfect cover version -the only problem I have with this is that the drummer is a dead ringer for Boris Johnson! Now if only Boris would stick to drums and drop the politics I'd be fine with him ;)
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    That was tremendous both musically and as a...

    That was tremendous both musically and as a performance. Can it be downloaded anywhere? I can only find Whole World Window 1 on bandcamp.

    And while I was searching for Whole World Window I came...
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    This ep from Blumen/With a Smile was a great one....

    This ep from Blumen/With a Smile was a great one. The first track will appeal to Mahavishnu fans I would imagine. There are only two guys playing all the instruments!
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    I think Six Ring Circus fit in this category...

    I think Six Ring Circus fit in this category -still love this album:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAfd0oMpntA
  20. There are plenty of copies on Discogs, mostly...

    There are plenty of copies on Discogs, mostly direct from Russia but at reasonable prices: https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/11073578?ev=rb
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    Un Peu is indeed an astonishing album, but it was...

    Un Peu is indeed an astonishing album, but it was very much a one-off album -their first 'Onze Danses Pour Combattre La Migraine' is also a great album but is quite different -its more a home-made...
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    Sticky: There's a new Pampa Trash album out 'Burzako' and...

    There's a new Pampa Trash album out 'Burzako' and they have an odd way of lauching it. First they announced it was on Spotify, then a week later that it was on Youtube but no mention of a Bandcamp or...
  23. I liked several of her earlier albums...

    I liked several of her earlier albums particularly The Walking and Bound by the Beauty but I didn't like Maria and haven't listened since. Curiously she did make an appearance in Shrewsbury UK, just...
  24. The lack of soundboard recordings is almost...

    The lack of soundboard recordings is almost certainly due to the fact that they didn't have a soundboard in their first incarnation. The first time I ever saw a mixing desk at a concert was at the...
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    That scene was nicely parodied in the Brian Pern...

    That scene was nicely parodied in the Brian Pern series - Brian Pern and his band Thotch were closer to Peter Gabriel and Genesis, but they are non-specific old rock star stories that could equally...
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    I just remembered the incredible bass part in...

    I just remembered the incredible bass part in Tori Amos's 'Cruel' - I'd never takena ny interest in Tori until I saw her on the Jules holland show and my jaw dropped at the amazing bass (and guitar)...
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    Why alas? Surely the point of reading these...

    Why alas? Surely the point of reading these threads is to find something you haven't heard before and maybe come away with something new to listen to. No point in just listing Yes or King Crimson...
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    Stump - Our Fathers ...

    Stump - Our Fathers


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igVm6n34MIM
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    Mandrake Paddle Steamer

    Sorry I've somehow managed to duplicate this.
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    Mandrake Paddle Steamer

    Mandrake Paddle Steamer were a short lived band UK band from the late sixties. I heard them when they did their only radio session in 1969 and formed a good opinion of them, but they never released...
  32. Hey -thats a name from the past I didn't know was...

    Hey -thats a name from the past I didn't know was on here. Back in the 90s Terry wrote a webpage called 'what is Zolo?' that introduced me to a few interesting bands. I was searching for anything...
  33. I'm from England so this is in line with my...

    I'm from England so this is in line with my perspective of how things were in 1978 . For me, I'd started off buying records when Pink Floyd and the Nice were releasing their first albums. It was...
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    Sticky: Disen Gage have a new album out called "The Big...

    Disen Gage have a new album out called "The Big Adventure" now available on Bandcamp. At present download only, although one site mentions a CD at the end of Feb. Early indications are that it is a...
  35. Thread: The Laze

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    Just found you can get their earlier CD and Ep...

    Just found you can get their earlier CD and Ep for just 5 : https://thelaze.bigcartel.com/ My order has gone in, I'll let you know what they're like.
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    Its a shame there are no CDs of these two...

    Its a shame there are no CDs of these two -looking at Discogs there was an earlier album called 'The Curse of the Laze' which was on CD, which I've not heard. I also found an interview where they...
  37. Thread: The Laze

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    The Laze

    An unpromising name for a band who turn out to be a fully fledged progressive band who come from Liverpool, UK. They floored me from the first track, 'Polygone' which starts out like a mixture of...
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    Interesting! I wonder what their background is?...

    Interesting! I wonder what their background is? From their photos, they are getting on a bit so I'm not surprised they've heard of the Bonzo Dogs, Penguin Cafe and probably Lars Hollmer, but I...
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    My thoughts were very similar to yours at first...

    My thoughts were very similar to yours at first listen - the vocal tracks do often starts very conventionally but I found most of them have an instrumental section that lifts them at some point and I...
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    Sorry I missed an e out.

    Sorry I missed an e out.
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    Pingvinorkstern

    Pingvinorkestern are a Swedish band who have released two albums so far, 'Push' (2014) and 'Look, No Hands' (2017). Both excellent albums, they are at the gentler, melodic end of the prog spectrum...
  42. I have ordered the CD, but I didn't see any...

    I have ordered the CD, but I didn't see any mention of a wooden digipack. We shall see when it arrives (within 98 days according to their page!)
  43. Thanks! That sounds amazing -I've just ordered...

    Thanks! That sounds amazing -I've just ordered it. You may also enjoy mad Frenchmen Ultra Zook who have a new album out in three weeks: https://duretdoux.bandcamp.com/album/ultra-zook
  44. I picked up on VDGG the first time I heard them...

    I picked up on VDGG the first time I heard them on John Peel's show, which would have been their very first radio session. I bought 'Least we can do' as soon as it came out and then travelled up to...
  45. Well said! I heard all the VDGG albums in the...

    Well said! I heard all the VDGG albums in the right order, so this has always been a favourite with me (and also the 1st Caravan). I saw both bands at the same small club in 1969/70, as well as High...
  46. Thanks for the reminder about those odd tracks...

    Thanks for the reminder about those odd tracks -listening again I think I prefer the demo version of Firebrand to the studio one, but unless they've managed to improve the quality I'd still pass....
  47. I'd agree -the unreleased tracks are nothing...

    I'd agree -the unreleased tracks are nothing special -I've not heard the live Octopus in recent times, but the 'live in the studio' one on the H to He re-issue is so good, I don't need another one....
  48. The Byrds 'Eight Miles High' -terrible fumbling...

    The Byrds 'Eight Miles High' -terrible fumbling on the guitar at around 14 seconds in by Roger Mcguinn and then a really bad solo at 2.58 onwards. It sounds like he'd only just learned how to play...
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    I've already sold all my vinyl via Discogs. My mother is still alive and sane at 91 and is able to use a tablet to communicate on Facebook with her friends and family. She also realizes that nothing...
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    Glad to hear you like Jeremy Flower -he deserves...

    Glad to hear you like Jeremy Flower -he deserves to be better known than he is. He is working on a second album fortunately. Here's the link for the two Rabbit Rabbit Radio CDs (the first is...
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    I'd second the praise for the second 2 Foot Yard...

    I'd second the praise for the second 2 Foot Yard album in particular, but also the three Rabbit Rabbit Radio albums (now available on CD quite recently) and a must buy is Jeremy Flower's 'The Real...
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    This doesn't make sense to me - are we talking...

    This doesn't make sense to me - are we talking about Phil Miller or Fred Frith here?
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    Glad you confirmed that as I could have sworn I'd...

    Glad you confirmed that as I could have sworn I'd seen them with the Northettes , but I did see them at the Roundhouse so that would fit. I seem to recall Lol Coxhill and someone else busking in the...
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    I always thought this was inspired by the Monty...

    I always thought this was inspired by the Monty Python sketch about unlikely sounding chocolates in a selection box. I've just looked it up and it only mentions Larks Vomit but I'm pretty sure Fripp...
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    Full track listings are here:...

    Full track listings are here: https://burningshed.com/store/peterhammill/peter-hammill-with-the-k-group_the-k-box_boxset
    From this, most of the bonus tracks are just the single versions - I haven't...
  56. Well I was brought up in England during this...

    Well I was brought up in England during this period but I've never heard the term Baroque pop before, but from some of the examples mentioned I can see where the name is coming from. I'm just...
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    I beleive Ratledge era Soft machine used written...

    I beleive Ratledge era Soft machine used written charts -certainly Hopper could write them as a book of his scores were published. Also Uz Jsme Doma - I recall reading an interview with Miroslav...
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    This one appeared on a local facebook page so I...

    This one appeared on a local facebook page so I can't take any credit, but it's all too believable.
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    Re-reading these earlier posts makes me realise...

    Re-reading these earlier posts makes me realise there was an album before Tid Ar Ljud called 2005, which was a self-released CD-R....
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    Got it two days ago. I'm not over impressed. The...

    Got it two days ago. I'm not over impressed. The new guitarist is just OK but not outstanding, and so far it doesn't grab me in the way the first two and last one did (Glue Works is only so-so in my...
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