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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    I DO like his rerecording of Journey to the Center of the Earth, that one works well and sounds good throughout, as I recall.
    You don't mean Return to the center of the earth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    You don't mean Return to the center of the earth?
    Nope. That came out in 1999, narrated by Patrick Stewart. I've never heard that one. In 2012 he released a rerecording of Journey to the Center of the Earth, which was initially sold with an issue of Classic Rock magazine. I've never heard the original album either, which probably helped me like the new version, because I think reactions were mixed. (I had to look up those years - I'm not a Wakeman fanboy or anything, not that there's anything wrong with it!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Nope. That came out in 1999, narrated by Patrick Stewart. I've never heard that one. In 2012 he released a rerecording of Journey to the Center of the Earth, which was initially sold with an issue of Classic Rock magazine. I've never heard the original album either, which probably helped me like the new version, because I think reactions were mixed. (I had to look up those years - I'm not a Wakeman fanboy or anything, not that there's anything wrong with it!)

    NP: Akerfeldt/Wislon - Storm Corrosion
    I only have the original and Return. The later was praised in a prog-magazine I used to write for. It has several vocalists, like Ozzy Osbourne, Bonnie Tyler and Katrina Leskanich.

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    And the fast version by The Nooran Sisters at 20:55


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post


    And the fast version by The Nooran Sisters at 20:55

    The sister on the left goes into frantic Christian Vander mode a bit there! Fortunately she's a lot easier on the eyes than Vander is.

    How do you come to be listening to this stuff today, if I may ask? It's not the usual PE fare. The first video, is Dissidenten some famous Raga or something? I see there are lots of different versions of it on YT.

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    Keane - Cause and effect
    It sounds a bit different than their earlier work. Less piano.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Keane - Cause and effect
    It sounds a bit different than their earlier work. Less piano.
    Have you heard Marillion's cover version of "Bedshaped?" It's great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    The sister on the left goes into frantic Christian Vander mode a bit there! Fortunately she's a lot easier on the eyes than Vander is.

    How do you come to be listening to this stuff today, if I may ask? It's not the usual PE fare. The first video, is Dissidenten some famous Raga or something? I see there are lots of different versions of it on YT.
    I have allways been interested in music from India. My dad had a couple of LP's that he played (rarely). Later - Beatles, Mahavishnu.
    I had the great fortune to see Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan live in Copenhagen a year or two before he died.
    Probably one of the best concerts I have been to. Ever. Regardless of genre.

    Yes Jyoti Nooran (the youngest) looks and sings fabulous, but they are also some tough girls. I think you have to be if you are female, ambitious and wants to be 'free' in a conservative country like India.
    There are lots of info (of diverse quality) on the internet

    https://www.hindustantimes.com/chand...WizGBXtTP.html

    https://gossipgiri.com/baani-sandhu-...dia-hd-pics-2/

    Their first hit


    Besides fans of Nusrat, they are fans of this lady who doesn't sing Qawali but is famous for all the songs she did for films



    Not related but still India.
    Prasanna is an interesting guitarist

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    Prasanna and Mohini Dey


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    Dissidenten is a German band that came out of the Kraut/jazz band Embryo.
    On the album Jungle Book (above) they play with the South-Indian Karnataka College of Percussion who also played with Embryo on the album 'Reise'

    They also recorded with turkish drummer Okay Temiz:


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    ^ Interesting posts. Do you by any chance know of this album? Embryo + No-Neck = EmbryoNNCK:

    https://www.forcedexposure.com/Catal...AUB.067CD.html

    The drummer from No-Neck is a friend of mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Have you heard Marillion's cover version of "Bedshaped?" It's great.
    Never heard it, but I'll look for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    ^ Interesting posts. Do you by any chance know of this album? Embryo + No-Neck = EmbryoNNCK:

    https://www.forcedexposure.com/Catal...AUB.067CD.html

    The drummer from No-Neck is a friend of mine.
    No, never heard of them. I will have a listen!

    Here is Embryo with Karnataka College of Percussion.


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