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    Oddly enough, one thing that bugged me about Homo...

    Oddly enough, one thing that bugged me about Homo Erraticus was that it felt like it was missing an intro. The first song just seemed to start abruptly, as if in media res.
  2. Dizzy Gillespie: Perceptions Ralph Towner:...

    Dizzy Gillespie: Perceptions
    Ralph Towner: Solstice
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    Terrific song; shame about the silly fake...

    Terrific song; shame about the silly fake applause. (Not even an original idea; Procol Harum had done the same thing on "Power Failure.")
  4. ^Oh man, learning about the milk bottles just...

    ^Oh man, learning about the milk bottles just made my day.
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    That stuff always sounds to me like he's reciting...

    That stuff always sounds to me like he's reciting Dr. Seuss.
  6. Hatfield and the North: Hatfield and the North...

    Hatfield and the North: Hatfield and the North
    Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples of the Moon
    Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex
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    I think Life with the Lions is pretty decent. At...

    I think Life with the Lions is pretty decent. At least it's better than Two Virgins. I regard Lennon's "Revolution 9" as one of the finest pieces of musique concrète ever made, so it's so...
  8. Jon Hassell: Vernal Equinox Alvin Curran: Canti...

    Jon Hassell: Vernal Equinox
    Alvin Curran: Canti e Vedute del Giardino Magnetico
    Gentle Giant: In a Glass House
    Henry Cow: Leg End
    Joseph Celli: Organic Oboe
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    I wonder if they were double booked and were...

    I wonder if they were double booked and were rushing off to another gig.
  10. Jerome Cooper Quintet: Outer and Interactions...

    Jerome Cooper Quintet: Outer and Interactions
    Happy the Man: Happy the Man
    Santana: Santana (3)
    After Dinner: Editions
    Revolutionary Ensemble: Vietnam
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    He didn't threaten to kick her in the head even...

    He didn't threaten to kick her in the head even once!
  12. That's some proggy goodness right there! I just...

    That's some proggy goodness right there! I just scored an original vinyl copy of Les Porches the other day; still looking for Ni Vent, which is my favorite.
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    That album cover was photographed at the 1975 Day...

    That album cover was photographed at the 1975 Day on the Green concert in Oakland, CA. Trower was sharing the bill with Fleetwood Mac, Peter Frampton, Dave Mason, and Gary Wright. The actual album...
  14. Maybe, but their influence is everywhere.

    Maybe, but their influence is everywhere.
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    The one time I saw Robin Trower in concert it was...

    The one time I saw Robin Trower in concert it was in a stadium, so the extreme volume was appropriate.
  16. King Crimson: Mr. Stormy's Monday Selection Vol....

    King Crimson: Mr. Stormy's Monday Selection Vol. 7
    Nielsen: Symphony #4 "Inextinguishable" (Max Rudolph, Cincinnati Symphony)
    Messiaen: Oiseaux Exotiques / La Bouscarle / Reveil des Oiseaux (Yvonne...
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    They're a band that could really jam.

    They're a band that could really jam.
  18. I thought it sounded vaguely Portishead-ish.

    I thought it sounded vaguely Portishead-ish.
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    I expect you probably already know about this,...

    I expect you probably already know about this, but just for drill...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0JtWtELhhA
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    She recorded George Harrison's "Try Some, Buy...

    She recorded George Harrison's "Try Some, Buy Some" before George himself did. EPIC production by Phil Spector & George.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0xHx-6WmNg
  21. It is indeed!

    It is indeed!
  22. I just got around to listening to the last couple...

    I just got around to listening to the last couple of shows this week.
  23. King Crimson: Mr. Stormy’s Monday Selection Vol....

    King Crimson: Mr. Stormy’s Monday Selection Vol. 4
    Ronald Shannon Jackson: Man Dance
    Maneige: Les Porches
    David Bowie: Low
    Steve Miller Band: Sailor
  24. Didn't take him long to rack up 5,500...

    Didn't take him long to rack up 5,500 subscribers, either!
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    There really is a lot of Flo & Eddie era archival...

    There really is a lot of Flo & Eddie era archival stuff out there already, what with Playground Psychotics, the Carnegie Hall set, Mothers 1970, a bunch of entries in the Beat the Boots series, a...
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    Nice that they're doing sensible packaging this...

    Nice that they're doing sensible packaging this time. This will sit well next to the Mothers 1970 box.
  27. And echo even better. Tarkus was my first ELP...

    And echo even better. Tarkus was my first ELP album, and one my favorite bits was "Are your ears FULL-FULL-FULL-FULL-FULL!"
  28. Over the Rainbow. Great album, also includes...

    Over the Rainbow. Great album, also includes Procol Harum, Richard & Linda Thompson, Kevin Coyne, and John Martyn. But the Hatfield track is the real jewel.
    ...
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    At least some of those non-gatefold Foxtrot...

    At least some of those non-gatefold Foxtrot pirates had the Side One tracks on both sides.
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    Only the Canadian pressings were actually on...

    Only the Canadian pressings were actually on Buddah. The US releases were on Charisma, distributed by Buddah.
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    :huh US pressings were on Charisma.

    :huh US pressings were on Charisma.
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    Ironically, when Ian released his first official...

    Ironically, when Ian released his first official solo album, it was an actual collaboration, with Peter-John Vettese credited as co-writer on half the tracks (and he has griped that he should have...
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    A true great. Just watched To Sir with Love a...

    A true great. Just watched To Sir with Love a couple of months ago.
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    40 bucks and change. I didn't know the Pound was...

    40 bucks and change. I didn't know the Pound was so weak these days!
  35. Was that with Moraz playing a real piano? When I...

    Was that with Moraz playing a real piano? When I saw them he had the Kurzweil 250.
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    These past pandemic years have been pretty awful,...

    These past pandemic years have been pretty awful, but 2016 really, really, really sucked.
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    Narcoleptic

    Narcoleptic
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    Not least because it actually says ANGELS EEG.

    Not least because it actually says ANGELS EEG.
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    That's pretty good!

    That's pretty good!
  40. It's a very ballsy album. That's something that...

    It's a very ballsy album. That's something that certainly couldn't have been said about the previous two. And it's very consistent. There's no crass, obvious stab at the singles market; but there's...
  41. Gentle Giant: Civilian Yes: Drama Yes: Yes Art...

    Gentle Giant: Civilian
    Yes: Drama
    Yes: Yes
    Art Zoyd: Phase IV
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    The 1998 show would have been ProjeKct Two:...

    The 1998 show would have been ProjeKct Two: Fripp, Belew on V-drums, and Trey Gunn on Warr guitar/samples. I thought they were terrific, but if people came expecting Belew to be singing and playing...
  43. Oh no, it's not nearly that bad.

    Oh no, it's not nearly that bad.
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    Yes, and the Match Game as well.

    Yes, and the Match Game as well.
  45. The Moog Machine: Switched-On Rock (utterly...

    The Moog Machine: Switched-On Rock (utterly cheesy Moog-led covers of 1968-69 hits, "Spinning Wheel," "Time of the Season," "Hey Jude," even--gak--"Yummy Yummy Yummy")
    Paul Winter Consort: Icarus...
  46. Lately Ed has taken to badmouthing the Zappa Band...

    Lately Ed has taken to badmouthing the Zappa Band guys (whom he played with on the hologram tour). Apparently Joe Travers is some kind of evil Svengali who has usurped the Zappa legacy and bamboozled...
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    Progatron is right, it sounds more like it...

    Progatron is right, it sounds more like it belongs on a Caravan album. I love it, myself.
  48. The Beatles: Abbey Road Morton Subotnick: Touch...

    The Beatles: Abbey Road
    Morton Subotnick: Touch
    George Antheil: Ballet Mecanique
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    Yeah, that was simply what he was like on that...

    Yeah, that was simply what he was like on that tour. I saw the same thing Steve F. did on the opposite coast.
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    And this might be heresy, but Live at Leeds.

    And this might be heresy, but Live at Leeds.
  51. Miles Davis: Live Evil Annette Peacock: The...

    Miles Davis: Live Evil
    Annette Peacock: The Perfect Release
    Sly & the Family Stone: There's a Riot Going On
    Jimmy Smith: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
    Pete Townshend & Ronnie Lane: Rough Mix...
  52. In fact, "Too Many Too," "I'm Your Gun," and...

    In fact, "Too Many Too," "I'm Your Gun," and "Down at the End of Your Road" were all b-sides associated with Crest of a Knave (from the 12" version of "Steel Monkey") and given 1987 copyright dates,...
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    Strawbs, November 1975. We had actually come for...

    Strawbs, November 1975. We had actually come for the support act, Gentle Giant. My friends didn't know Strawbs, but I had seen a wonderful set from them a couple of years previous when they were...
  54. I just missed seeing Richie Havens. I got the...

    I just missed seeing Richie Havens. I got the idea out of nowhere that I wanted to catch him in concert, so I checked out his tour dates only to discover that I had just missed a Bay Area appearance....
  55. Saw the full Woodstock lineups of The Who and...

    Saw the full Woodstock lineups of The Who and Blood, Sweat & Tears, a later lineup of the Grateful Dead, and a version of Jefferson Starship with Kantner and Balin, if that counts. Never saw the...
  56. Jon Anderson: 3 Ships Eric Clapton: Rainbow...

    Jon Anderson: 3 Ships
    Eric Clapton: Rainbow Concert (expanded version)
    The Beatles: Revolver (US LP)
  57. Yes, it's in the What's On, What's New forum.

    Yes, it's in the What's On, What's New forum.
  58. What makes you think I didn’t? EG was played at...

    What makes you think I didn’t? EG was played at home, early in the morning; the Steve Miller was played on my computer at the office; I listened to the Bowie on my Walkman during evening commute; and...
  59. I quite liked this! Jon sounds amazing. Loved the...

    I quite liked this! Jon sounds amazing. Loved the "noise" section. Wish the electric guitar (or was that an electric uke?) had been given a little more to do. My favorite bit, though, was the...
  60. Heldon: Electronique Guerilla Steve Miller Band:...

    Heldon: Electronique Guerilla
    Steve Miller Band: Children of the Future
    David Bowie: Pinups
    Frank Zappa: 200 Motels
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