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  1. Thread: Favorite flute

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    I guess they mean bluegrass (though that clearly...

    I guess they mean bluegrass (though that clearly "folk" to my ears) and some other sorts of "Appalachian folk" musics and the virtuosity that can come out of them.
    Some tracks in the early Charlie...
  2. Thread: Favorite flute

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxJ0zOleXBs

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxJ0zOleXBs
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    Far behind The Wailers (& Co.), Third World,...

    Far behind The Wailers (& Co.), Third World, Burnin' Spear and Steel Pulse in terms of personal preferances Toots was the Reggae dude I saw most often, because it seems like he was playing around...
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    Sticky: Yup, who cares really?? But to my ears some parts...

    Yup, who cares really?? But to my ears some parts do sound live, others don't



    very much my experience too. Tangerine's music of the Virgin years being fairly cinematic, I've got tons of images...
  5. Thread: Favorite flute

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    :oops (it was 2AM when I posted) :lol

    :oops (it was 2AM when I posted)



    :lol
  6. Thread: Favorite flute

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    25 post and no mention of Jeremy Steiger.

    25 post and no mention of Jeremy Steiger.
  7. Thread: Check out Maebe

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    Mmmhhh!!!... something tells me that the count of...

    Mmmhhh!!!... something tells me that the count of views is atributable to Yes fans who are on the prowl for another "maebe if Yes" thread :p ;)


    music is ok (no more), but let's face, a Gnosis 7
  8. For two decades, my fave genres of music (JR/F...

    For two decades, my fave genres of music (JR/F and RIO/Avant) was mainly instrumental, so I grew very wary of sung music, especially in the standard song format. AFAIAC, I consider music with scat...
  9. Thread: Aka Moon

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    I'd love to be in Lodon to see the current Ldn...

    I'd love to be in Lodon to see the current Ldn jazz scene (Shabaka, Nubya, etc...) ;)



    I'll check it out if I can find it for you.
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    How could I miss this thread's first life? :O ...

    How could I miss this thread's first life? :O




    Difficult to name favorites, but they're in that region (though my fave TWO is Stories From The Shed) with some Soft Machine

    I've not...
  11. Thread: Aka Moon

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    I've followed Aka Moon since they were still a...

    I've followed Aka Moon since they were still a quartet called Nasa Na with guitarist Pierre Van Dormael and I saw them countless times at their public rehearsal at the Kaai every wednesday evening.
    ...
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    Sticky: fixed that for you ;)

    fixed that for you ;)
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    Yeah, it was a bit of a WTF album for my first...

    I'm one of those weirdos who has come around on Cyclone after disliking it for years.

    "Rising Runner" is still not my cuppa but the other two tracks are actually really terrific to my ears. ...
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    not exactly "news", but... ...

    not exactly "news", but...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zt1YDox--Mw


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JcisCoqUK4


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDKzMCqGLog
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    Sticky: Ricochet was my first Tangerine album, bought...

    Ricochet was my first Tangerine album, bought upon release and still remains my fave, pink and/or virgin era

    I have a real soft spot for the first four Ohr albums, but I have to be in the mood to...
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    Sticky: Featured album: Tangerine Dream - Ricochet

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    Tangerine Dream - Ricochet

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    Given GfaS's catastrophic rating average on both...

    Given GfaS's catastrophic rating average on both PA, RYM and G2K, I wouldn't want to own it, therefore I'm wondering if acquiring only SS would do (as opposed to the future Esoteric reissue) since...
  18. ^^^^ Wow, :O Thx!! ;) Although I don't...

    ^^^^

    Wow, :O Thx!! ;)

    Although I don't really care (at all) for the Imaginos concept and album, this rockumentary answered almost every question about the band I could've ever invented,...
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    how are those two albums?? are they even coming...

    how are those two albums?? are they even coming to the waist height of their debut album?

    my notes show that I heard one of them, but have no memory at all.
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    My interest in TD is these two periods and that's...

    My interest in TD is these two periods and that's all, though, based on what Green Desert sounds like today, I'd probably place it more in the Phaedra Rubycon era than in the pink years. Hopefully...
  21. thanks for the infos

    thanks for the infos
  22. Why was Al kicked out, though? I just checked...

    Why was Al kicked out, though?

    I just checked on RYM, both Bouchard had a few "solo" albums in the last 10/15 years.



    So there shouldn't be bad blood between them, right?
  23. Sorry, but I haven't followed from close (or even...

    Sorry, but I haven't followed from close (or even farther away) since the Origin album, but could someone tell me how or why Lannier and the two Bouchard are out of BOC??

    I know Lannier's...
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    RIP, Simeon... Thanks for two great late 60's...

    RIP, Simeon...

    Thanks for two great late 60's albums that probably helped Can finding its way.
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    I'd never even seen or heard of ILEA TV channel...

    I'd never even seen or heard of ILEA TV channel and never saw any of those footage, soooooo thanks to udi and our resident Brits.
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    mmmhhh!!! didn't think of using BC, because...

    mmmhhh!!! didn't think of using BC, because traditionally it's always been YT links on featured album.



    Since you wear it as a badge of honour...

    "You run a great label, but you go out of...
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    At first, I was concerned about Frippy's well...

    At first, I was concerned about Frippy's well being (more mental than physical) between the hands of the missus in those vids, but he redressed the balance after a few weeks....

    However I think...
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    It's also mine on the album, but I couldn't find...

    It's also mine on the album, but I couldn't find it on YT...

    FTM, I only found one of the shorter tracks - I suppose Steve had everything else taken down as soon as someone posts a track.
    A few...
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    Featured Album: Thinking Plague - In Extremis

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    G&P was one of the first 10/15 buys circa 74/75,...

    G&P was one of the first 10/15 buys circa 74/75, so I went ahead and Waterloo and For Girls in the next year or so, and didn't find the same magic (for some reasons, I couldn't find the first two for...
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    Dutch Woodstock is a journalistic invention IMHO...

    Dutch Woodstock is a journalistic invention IMHO



    I actually saw the film in July at my local art film house.

    Short (less than 90'), but quite enjoyable
    Some bands featured twice, when...
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    It's pretty close to my favourite, really... ...

    It's pretty close to my favourite, really...

    They're still a psych-pop band that does 3-mins songs (except for Where But...) but everything you'll love later on is already there. There isn't a dud...
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    As opposed to the symph-weenie, he's talking of...

    As opposed to the symph-weenie, he's talking of the RIO bradwursts. :p
  34. which one would that have been? I barely...

    which one would that have been?

    I barely recognized Bloom (mostly by his voice) and I'm not even sure I knew which of the two guitarist was Dharma until one of them took the guitar solo (not Buck)
  35. Thread: JAZZ Discussion

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    ^^^ Good stuff ============== new Idriss...

    ^^^
    Good stuff

    ==============

    new Idriss Ackamoor & The Pyramids album: Shaman!

    https://idrisackamoor.bandcamp.com/album/shaman

    ===================
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    Valenciennes is an hour away from Brussels, but...

    Valenciennes is an hour away from Brussels, but this Friday 4th, I will be North of Amsterdam (+/- 4.5 h drive) :(
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    I haven't checked (or looked through) the box...

    I haven't checked (or looked through) the box where I keep the stubs I kept or those thought worth keeping. That's whenever you get one anymore, which is getting rare.
    Some of those stubs are...
  38. Thread: Tigran Hamasyan

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    A little early to tell, but it's definitely in...

    A little early to tell, but it's definitely in his best three, for sure.

    I think this trio of albums will be in every proghead's top 3.
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    TBH, I totally missed this as well until this...

    TBH, I totally missed this as well until this w-e.



    Al Zheimer strikes again, in my case, cos I must've read the thread.
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    Just during the Script, you little Jester ;) ...

    Just during the Script, you little Jester ;)



    :up

    Many people didnít know. I remember that at the time.[/QUOTE]

    Actually it's when investigating this album that I discovrered that as...
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    Shabaka & The Ancestors - We Are Sent Here By...

    Shabaka & The Ancestors - We Are Sent Here By History Shabaka does it again, but the surprise id gone
    Zopp - Zopp Can't get enough of this Canterbury album, it doesn't help that the last track is...
  42. Thread: JAZZ Discussion

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    A certain Trip from Guillaume Perret ...

    A certain Trip from Guillaume Perret

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEB15cfG5lw

    bandcamp:

    https://guillaumeperretofficial.bandcamp.com/track/a-certain-trip-2
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    A certain Trip from Guillaume Perret ...

    A certain Trip from Guillaume Perret


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEB15cfG5lw



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCEBNPqnb4w
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    May I sduggest that some of those Gabe-era have...

    May I sduggest that some of those Gabe-era have also weird WTF production?

    No matter what SW tried to correct, certainly Tresspass, Cryme & Foxtrot are sounding odd in most places.
    Selling &...
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    Featured Album: Marillion - Marbles

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    Marillion - Marbles

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  46. Thread: JAZZ Discussion

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    Artistically yes :up , but in terms of fame and...

    Artistically yes :up , but in terms of fame and sales, I don't think so (at least from the continent's POV)
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    must.milk.every.drop You sir will tur,n in...

    must.milk.every.drop


    You sir will tur,n in your membership card and code of arms on your way out. :yell :p

    A minimum of twice to enter PE.
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    WTF?? :huh

    WTF?? :huh
  49. Thread: JAZZ Discussion

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    Missed your post, but saw yesterday in my...

    Missed your post, but saw yesterday in my national newspaper it was out...

    Already sold out in both CDs & Vinyl. Probably more pressings to come, because her name is only second to Shabaka's in...
  50. I think i showed part of that film as a YT sample...

    I think i showed part of that film as a YT sample when I featured an Out Of Focus album earlier this year

    Thanks for the whole thing, Martin!.
  51. Not forgetting it (how could I?). ;) News...

    Not forgetting it (how could I?). ;)



    News to me, though, but it's not like it surprises me that much, knowing how much of a twatt Jagger can be. I thought he was in full time as soon as B&B...
  52. Borders and Lake District should be part of...

    Borders and Lake District should be part of Scotland anyways. :p :bad

    Not sure the Scots will want to claim Newcastle, though. :p
  53. I'm aware I chose a fairly unusual DK album , but...

    I'm aware I chose a fairly unusual DK album , but I like it as I do The Trip.

    Is there a "usual" album for these guys, anyways?? They've been all over the map over the three decades

    My Personal...
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    You and Ian will get Svettie to wet his panties...

    You and Ian will get Svettie to wet his panties when liking something Serbian :p ;)
  55. I'm glad Rory didn't get the Stones gig, and yes,...

    I'm glad Rory didn't get the Stones gig, and yes, in a way, it's too bad Taylor didn't really survive the Stones OK.




    I heard something that needs confrmation, but Ronnie plays/writes the...
  56. I think you called a Scott "english".... people...

    I think you called a Scott "english".... people have died North of Hadrian's wall for less than that. :lol

    Though I take it Duncan is only of Scottish descent and he definitely doesn't have the...
  57. Indeed, but for a while I couldn't figure them...

    Indeed, but for a while I couldn't figure them out (who was who) except for Sean, because they all call each other "Bro"

    For example, I finally found out who was the young one in the bunch of...
  58. well I count two for those albums: Hot Stuff &...

    well I count two for those albums:
    Hot Stuff & Cherry Baby on B&B
    Too Rude and Back To Zero (which funk-reggae)

    and Beast of Burden on Some Girls.

    Funny how the memory works: I could've sworn...
  59. I agree that both B&B and DW (the best post SG...

    Dirty Work was 1985, but I agree that it's better than most think.
    [/QUOTE]Wikipedia says Dirty Work is from 1986. Whatever, I agree that it's marginalized. It's just a good Rock n Roll album. It's...
  60. Featured album: Djam Karet - Regenerator 3017

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    Djam Karet - Regenerator 3017


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