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  1. DS, of course. But who is Al Coda? Me: Morton...

    DS, of course. But who is Al Coda?

    Me:
    Morton Subotnick: Sidewinder
    H.P. Lovecraft: II
    Eberhard Weber: Silent Feet
    Renaissance: Camera Camera
    Boulez: Le Marteau Sans Maître/Stockhausen:...
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    I thought it was well known that the organ riff...

    I thought it was well known that the organ riff in "Machine Messiah" was nicked from the famous Widor Toccata. Of course, Widor's piece was in the public domain by 1980.

    ...
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    koffkoffmachinemessiahkoffkoff ;)

    koffkoffmachinemessiahkoffkoff ;)
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    It wasn't just a random piece, it was a whole...

    It wasn't just a random piece, it was a whole album made by Monkman and first published by Bruton Music. It was later commercially released on Klaus Schulze's Innovative Communications label as...
  5. Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples Morton...

    Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples
    Morton Subotnick: The Wild Bull
    Morton Subotnick: Touch
    Alice Coltrane: Kirtan/Turiya Sings
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    And the walls come tumbling down ...All the way...

    And the walls come tumbling down
    ...All the way to hell!
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    There are three fine instrumentals on Man from...

    There are three fine instrumentals on Man from Utopia: "Moggio," "Tink Walks Amok," and "We Are Not Alone." The last also exists in an unreleased form with lyrics concerning Steve Vai's sexual...
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    This is good advice. But American Beauty is a...

    This is good advice. But American Beauty is a 100% must if you want more in the vein of Workingman's.
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    Thanks for the heads-up. For some reason, no...

    Thanks for the heads-up. For some reason, no matter how many times I click "Not Junk," Apple Mail always delivers GD emails to my spam folder.
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    Scene: Dorothy is stuck in line between two...

    Scene: Dorothy is stuck in line between two bearded fat guys comparing their past concert experiences:

    I was there at the Rainbow
    Way back when
    Crimson played at the Rainbow
    Tickets were one...
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    ^ Even better!

    ^ Even better!
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    I forget which tour it was, but I once saw Tony...

    I forget which tour it was, but I once saw Tony have a problem with his yellow "Three of a Perfect Pair" bass, and instead of waiting for it to be fixed, he switched to his upright and used that on a...
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    I think the only big box that came out last year...

    I think the only big box that came out last year was the 14-LP vinyl set, which was just catalog reissues.

    I finally got off the bus and for the first time since the Road Trips days I did not...
  14. Well, of course when Burgess was writing it, the...

    Well, of course when Burgess was writing it, the early '70s was the future.
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    Already some discussion of it in a separate...

    Already some discussion of it in a separate thread: https://www.progressiveears.org/forum/showthread.php/27561-New-First-solo-album-from-Tony-Kaye!
  16. Sticky: ^ Oh man, that is a killer selection.

    ^ Oh man, that is a killer selection.
  17. I also spot: Keef Hartley Band: The Time Is...

    I also spot:

    Keef Hartley Band: The Time Is Near
    New York Rock & Roll Ensemble: Roll Over
    Johnny Winter: First Winter
    Freedom: Freedom
    Iron Butterfly: Metamorphosis
    CSNY: Deja Vu
    And...
  18. Sticky: Well, that was the first one with Jaco, who was...

    Well, that was the first one with Jaco, who was definitely certifiable.
  19. Fred Frith & Ikue Mori: A Mountain Doesn't Know...

    Fred Frith & Ikue Mori: A Mountain Doesn't Know It's Tall. Between this and the Archipelago X album, Ikue Mori may have made two of my two favorite albums of the year so far.
  20. In an episode of Babylon 5, taking place in the...

    In an episode of Babylon 5, taking place in the year 2257, there is a poster in the background announcing "ROLLING STONES FAREWELL TOUR."
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    I've always thought so.

    I've always thought so.
  22. One of the greatest concert experiences of my...

    One of the greatest concert experiences of my life was seeing the Nice on their reunion tour in 2002. Although I had seen ELP several times over the years, this was the last time I saw Keith Emerson...
  23. Sticky: ^And that's an awesome Santana album, too.

    ^And that's an awesome Santana album, too.
  24. I never see Olias in used shops. The only one of...

    I never see Olias in used shops. The only one of the '75-76 "Yessolos" albums I've seen around lately is Moraz's. The first few Wakeman albums, on the other hand, are all over the place.
  25. The first one is really good. The self-titled one...

    The first one is really good. The self-titled one I find leans a bit too much on the easy listening side, but still includes some nice material, especially the last two cuts.
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    The YouTube version was posted a year ago and...

    The YouTube version was posted a year ago and bears a date of ten years ago, so I assume it's a demo or work in progress.
  27. Procol Harum reunited in 1991 after 14 years...

    Procol Harum reunited in 1991 after 14 years apart, starting out with three original members plus lyricist Keith Reid in place. With only three studio albums in the last 30 years, the reunited band...
  28. Really fine and interesting album, with the...

    Really fine and interesting album, with the classical-rock direction of the classic lineup already firmly in place, but combined with some blues/hard rock elements carried over from the Yardbirds...
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    15274

    15274
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    If it took him 20 years to finish with help, I...

    If it took him 20 years to finish with help, I doubt I'd live long enough to see it released if he'd done it on his own.
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    That makes the thread title a bit ominous.

    That makes the thread title a bit ominous.
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    ^ Must be lactose intolerant.

    ^ Must be lactose intolerant.
  33. Sticky: Thank goodness; I immediately thought of the Ali...

    Thank goodness; I immediately thought of the Ali McGraw/Ryan O'Neal movie.
  34. She's pining for the fjords.

    She's pining for the fjords.
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    Thanks for the link, but that works out to about...

    Thanks for the link, but that works out to about $46 including shipping to the USA. I'll take my chances on finding it in a store somewhere.
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    Looks like it's CD only--too bad, that cover...

    Looks like it's CD only--too bad, that cover would be pretty nice at LP size.
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    Sound Cheddar

    Sound Cheddar
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    Cheese to Ascension

    Cheese to Ascension
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    And it's a 10-inch! Looks like it's going to be...

    And it's a 10-inch! Looks like it's going to be very hard to get.
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    Wakeman's back???

    Wakeman's back???
  41. She's done one or two guest shots since then,...

    She's done one or two guest shots since then, IIRC, probably at benefit gigs, but she definitely is not "still performing."
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    I remember seeing it reviewed at the time as a...

    I remember seeing it reviewed at the time as a Zeppelin clone, and that was all I knew of Rush for years.
  43. The lesson is that definitions change over time....

    The lesson is that definitions change over time. LPs themselves wouldn't fit the original definition of a record "album," which referred to sets of 78 rpm discs collected into a book. The definition...
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    Moog is the fat one That can't abide the Roland...

    Moog is the fat one
    That can't abide the Roland
    That can't abide the Yamaha
    That can't abide the Eurorack
    And different synths
    On different plinths
    And so on and so on and...
  45. Not anymore!

    Not anymore!
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    Different strokes for different folks.

    Different strokes for different folks.
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    What I don't understand is why so many people...

    What I don't understand is why so many people seem to lump "Turn It On Again" in with the above hunk of crap. "Turn It On Again" is a perfectly nice, snappy rocker with very proggy compound time...
  48. Nobody knew how to spell in those days.

    Nobody knew how to spell in those days.
  49. He never really gave up the name. It was usually...

    He never really gave up the name. It was usually "Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson" or "Ian Anderson Plays the Music of Jethro Tull." The last tour I saw, three years ago, was unambiguously billed as just...
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    Now there's an unfortunate acronym.

    Now there's an unfortunate acronym.
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    In San Francisco it's $39.99 "off peak" and...

    In San Francisco it's $39.99 "off peak" and $49.99 "peak," plus fees. Of course there are "fees."
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    It's "The Colony of Slipper Men" on my original...

    It's "The Colony of Slipper Men" on my original vinyl copy.
  53. Sticky: ^ Yeah, that one is a goodie!

    ^ Yeah, that one is a goodie!
  54. That's par for the course with Tull, though. And...

    That's par for the course with Tull, though. And Ian can still sing reasonably well in a studio setting, even if he's nowhere near the singer he once was. Unfortunately one of his strategies for...
  55. This heat wave is really something, sounds like...

    This heat wave is really something, sounds like your CDs are melting.
  56. So is former Mothers of Invention drummer Art...

    So is former Mothers of Invention drummer Art Tripp.
  57. You mean that wasn't a circus calliope?

    You mean that wasn't a circus calliope?
  58. You were listening to the wrong artists.

    You were listening to the wrong artists.
  59. Similarly, I have a CD "single" by the Orb that...

    Similarly, I have a CD "single" by the Orb that is 40 minutes long. Not various mixes, just one track ("Blue Room").
  60. Spent Sunday listening to the old vinyl I picked...

    Spent Sunday listening to the old vinyl I picked up on Saturday's trip to San Francisco:

    Hugh Hopper & Alan Gowen: Two Rainbows Daily (brilliant)
    Incredible String Band: No Ruinous Feud (side 1...
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