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    I like The Lobster of the Fairport Convention....

    I like The Lobster of the Fairport Convention. With the music, the effect is terrific
    "The Lobster"

    Like a lobster I can swim
    And can grow another limb
    Where a powerless stump you saw
    I have...
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    Haven't heard their new guitarist, so I have a...

    Haven't heard their new guitarist, so I have a weak hope he isn't an 80s metal fan, as was Mr. Opale. Good news from Jethro Tull - Ian Anderson camp.
  3. Thread: Classical music

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    This work of Hartmann impressed me the most....

    This work of Hartmann impressed me the most. Berg's influence can be heard, and Mahler's as well..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgN6jpJuhkk
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    Perhaps you have heard not Lee, but John...

    Perhaps you have heard not Lee, but John McBurnie, who sang for Jackson Heights? Later McBurnie was a member of Moraz band ( Story of I, Out In the Sun)
  5. I have everything by Free, even the 5Cd box...

    I have everything by Free, even the 5Cd box called Songs From Yesterday, - worth to have, there are some unreleased material, and the new mix sounds great. I recommend to continue with Free - get...
  6. Yes, it seems so to me as well.

    Yes, it seems so to me as well.
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    Sail Away?

    Sail Away?
  8. This is cool..I'm a huge fan of Spirit of Eden...

    This is cool..I'm a huge fan of Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock. And MH solo album.
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    War Child, I'm sorry, is obviously triple.

    War Child, I'm sorry, is obviously triple.
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    Interesting news.

    Interesting news.
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    I don't like their melodic shift in the 80s..Much...

    I don't like their melodic shift in the 80s..Much prefer Who Do We Think, We Are, Fireball, Concerto...Burn, last but not least..When they were original, trend setting band.
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    On the latest Doors tribute Gillan, with support...

    On the latest Doors tribute Gillan, with support of Yes's Wakeman and Howe, performed Light My Fire. I read about Iron Butterfly, before they've gotten a record deal, were mainly a Doors cover band....
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    Their Back Door Man rendition I think works well...

    Their Back Door Man rendition I think works well for the album, they gave it a cabaret-like approach, which chimes with Alabama song..I think Morrison's blues was like sprechstimme in pop music) His...
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    No One Came's groove reminds very much of the...

    No One Came's groove reminds very much of the Doors track Changeling.
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    Agree, Who Do we Think, We are is one fantastic...

    Agree, Who Do we Think, We are is one fantastic album, played very tightly, and songs are great. They never sounded better. Jon Lord shines on that album. Blackmore's solos are very short, except for...
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    Beautiful work! Reminds me a bit of Zappa...

    Beautiful work! Reminds me a bit of Zappa compositions for synclavier. I appreciate the meter changes and the mood changes. Also I hear fuge-alike development. Very nice painting, too!
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    Rare Bird's keyboardist, and main author, Graham...

    Rare Bird's keyboardist, and main author, Graham Field, died a year ago, in March 2018, I found out recently.
  18. Thread: Being Pink Floyd

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    As much as I like Wrights solo stuff within the...

    As much as I like Wrights solo stuff within the group, his early songs mostly, and Sisyphus, I find his solo LPs mediocre, boring to hell, frankly. I like however the song "Voices", which reminds of...
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    Looks amazing, Renate! Very tasteful album cover....

    Looks amazing, Renate! Very tasteful album cover. :up
  20. Thread: Greenslade

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    Cactus Choir is fantastic, really a 5th album of...

    Cactus Choir is fantastic, really a 5th album of Greenslade the band, Tony Reeeves played on it. Simon Philips, and Steve Gould, who replaced Andy McCulloch and Dave Lawson, respectively, did great...
  21. Thread: Greenslade

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    The Swedish Radio Concert that was played and...

    The Swedish Radio Concert that was played and recorded on March, 10, 1975 was issued by Purple Pyramid Records in 2013. The sound quality is very so-so..The concert is very enjoyable.
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    200 Motels was my introduction to Zappa, and it...

    200 Motels was my introduction to Zappa, and it had happened very well.
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    On Reflection, and His Last Voyage from Free Hand.

    On Reflection, and His Last Voyage from Free Hand.
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    Sticky: Recently bought new Pavlov's Dog - Prodigal...

    Recently bought new Pavlov's Dog - Prodigal Dreamer. Very good album.
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    Tarkus side 2 could be a bit better with Lake's...

    Tarkus side 2 could be a bit better with Lake's Oh My Father, and without Eddy
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    I like Bitches Crystal, A Time and A Place, The...

    I like Bitches Crystal, A Time and A Place, The Only Way.
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    Agree on Hammill

    Agree on Hammill
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    They did aspired to follow Cowell, and Stock, and...

    They did aspired to follow Cowell, and Stock, and Nono, in a simplier, 'tourist' kind of way, to match something outstanding within the pop, because they still kept faith in ostinato rhythmic...
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    Well in my opinion, the question of the topic...

    Well in my opinion, the question of the topic starter "But why in progressive-rock did it seem that a majority decide to make a form of pop music?" - was the main one. It always puzzled me as well,...
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    All mentioned names produced some interesting...

    All mentioned names produced some interesting music, but they didn't had that spellbound magic, like bands of the 70s. They didn't intend to, perhaps. RIO movement is a mixture of avant and pop,...
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    Yes, Turn it on again is pop, because it sounds...

    Yes, Turn it on again is pop, because it sounds so. I easily can imagine Yes or Genesis writing more complicated music, than Supper's Ready or Gates Of Delirium. From purely artistic point of view,...
  32. Interesting how was remastered Burning of the...

    Interesting how was remastered Burning of the Midnight Lamp. Original version is horrible.
  33. Thread: Led Zeppelin

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    OpenMusic comment The thing is if you listen to...

    OpenMusic comment
    The thing is if you listen to "Dido's Lament" by Henry Purcell, the sequence is the same. The counter-melody on Stairway to heaven is also very different to Taurus which doesn't...
  34. Thread: Led Zeppelin

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UNbXL27cwc&t=2s

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UNbXL27cwc&t=2s
  35. Thread: Greenslade

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    ^ Dave Lawson sounds very suitable for Greenslade.

    ^ Dave Lawson sounds very suitable for Greenslade.
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    Happy birthday!

    Happy birthday!
  37. Thread: Marillion

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    And his Scottish tongue-in-cheek lyrics?

    And his Scottish tongue-in-cheek lyrics?
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    Phil said the following to Rolling Stone about...

    Phil said the following to Rolling Stone about fans who wanted to see a Gabriel-fronted Genesis, “I just don’t understand that, they haven’t thought it through. Pete won’t sing ‘Invisible Touch’ or...
  39. I need a reissue of Aynsley Dunbar's Blue Whale -...

    I need a reissue of Aynsley Dunbar's Blue Whale - the only prog album Dunbar has made, music reminds of Colosseum.
  40. Thread: Greenslade

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    I like Dave Lawson's voice, it suited well their...

    I like Dave Lawson's voice, it suited well their music. I believe Lawson was the author of the most interesting, original ideas in Greenslade. Bedside Manners Are Extra is a masterpiece, their best...
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    The track suggested by topic starter reminded me of Cinderella - 80s band, partly influenced by LZ.
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    Country Joe & The Fish - Section 43

    Country Joe & The Fish - Section 43
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    I happen to own AF last CD "A New Chant" , and it...

    I happen to own AF last CD "A New Chant" , and it is very impressive, maybe better than their 70s stuff. To my surprise, I have found VdGG references in their recent album. Lanzetti sounds great, and...
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    Aside Bowie, Walker's influence is obviously...

    Aside Bowie, Walker's influence is obviously traced in David Sylvian records.
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    I share this sentiment. For me, Going For The One...

    I share this sentiment. For me, Going For The One was a definitive step back, in terms of musical intrigue. Relayer was an abandon to the terra incognita. A unique blend of fusion and symphonic...
  46. I wouldn't mind to have an expanded version of...

    I wouldn't mind to have an expanded version of HTWWW, with No Quarter and In My Time Of Dying included.
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    No he did not.

    No he did not.
  48. Thread: Mountain!

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    I have them all. Masters of War is the best of...

    I have them all. Masters of War is the best of the post - Pappalardi era, though it's not original, the entire album is Dylan covers. Mystic Fire has some good tracks on it, overall, a good, heavy...
  49. Some great stuff in additional material section....

    Some great stuff in additional material section. Horse-Hoeing Husbandry, The Botanic Man, early version of Jack-A-Lynn, instrumental Quatrain - all superb tracks. The sound quality of CD 1 is...
  50. No Broadford Bazaar! That's amazing. I...

    No Broadford Bazaar! That's amazing. I absolutely don't associate this song with Stormwatch. BB fits perfectly in Heavy Horses baggage.
  51. :up I was blown away. Great music!

    :up I was blown away. Great music!
  52. I liked Discipline when first heard it in...

    I liked Discipline when first heard it in October, 1981. But at the same time I reckoned it as their first attempt to attract the mass audience. Vrooom I also heard when it came out, in 1994, and...
  53. Thread: CTI Records

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    Yes. CMP records. I like the album very much. I...

    Yes. CMP records. I like the album very much. I have their second as well, but it's not as good, as Snake Music.
  54. Thread: CTI Records

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    Right! I mixed this with CMP

    Right! I mixed this with CMP
  55. Thread: CTI Records

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    MIroslav Tadic / Mark Nauseef Snake Music

    MIroslav Tadic / Mark Nauseef Snake Music
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    One of a kind, unique guitarist and good...

    One of a kind, unique guitarist and good songwriter. I love 'Burning of the Midnight Lamp", but strangely, the album version is recorded so low. While on many of his studio recordings sound is...
  57. Name double LPs, where the second disc is better than first.

    My picks - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, Electric Ladyland. It is strictly subjective, of course, but that's why it can be interesting.
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    Prefer their debut, Canis Lupus

    Prefer their debut, Canis Lupus
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    Naked sounds good, apprecciably better than...

    Naked sounds good, apprecciably better than original Let It Be album, which was rather poorly recorded.
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    Great choice.

    Great choice.
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