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    Another live tune ' Triton Gnast 'from Lapis Lazuli's recent Canterbury gig


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phlakaton View Post
    Bootlegs -

    Egg
    University of Essex
    Colchester, England
    1972-05-27

    Hatfield & The North
    Theatre Present de La Villette , Paris , France
    25th Sep. 1973 ----- Blane Over Paris is from this show. Hatwise Choice Release.

    National Health
    1976-02-26 - Enfield (near London), UK - Middlesex Polytechnic
    Bruford on drums

    Soft Machine - Amougies 1969

    Official

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    1971-03-15
    Het Turfschip
    Breda, Netherlands

    Soft Machine

    Paradiso 69 --- the bootleg was called "William" --- love the live versions of Vol 2 material
    That NH boot is good. Apparently, Mont was still in the band at that point.

    "Dem Glücklichen legt auch der Hahn ein Ei."

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    ^ That is phenomenal - thanks for posting. Maybe Mr Stewart will take this down, or better yet become a member of PE and chat with us?

    There's nothing to be afraid of, well maybe a few things.....BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.....

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    Listening to Gong: Camembert Electrique for the first time (the new remaster). Man this album is just KILLER. Some amazing stuff here and it sounds great. Criminal how long I have waited for this bad boy
    "Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lieto View Post
    Listening to Gong: Camembert Electrique for the first time (the new remaster). Man this album is just KILLER. Some amazing stuff here and it sounds great. Criminal how long I have waited for this bad boy
    So how is the remaster? Is it just a transfer from the masters or taken from vinyl or...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    ^ That is phenomenal - thanks for posting.
    Very welcome, sir. It's interesting to hear BB in the NH setting.
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    The New Argos cd,That came out this year recently.Is nice spiceful flavour.
    A Seasonal Affair has excellent lineup.
    Line-up / Musicians
    - Thomas Klarmann / Bass, Flute, Keyboards, Guitars, Lead Vocals
    - Robert Gozon / Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Guitars
    - Ulf Jacobs / Drums, Percussion, Vocals
    - Rico Florczak / Electric Guitars

    Guest musicians:
    - Andy Tillison (The Tangent) / Keyboards
    - Marek Arnold (Toxic Smile, United Progressive Fraternity,Seven Steps to the green Door) / Soprano Sax
    - Andy Wells (Pilgrym) / Keyboards

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    So how is the remaster? Is it just a transfer from the masters or taken from vinyl or...?
    I'm curious about this too. Has anyone gotten the vinyl version - is it just a digital transfer? The old Charly pressing of the record wasn't very good, so I'm skeptical about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by at least 100 dead View Post
    Very welcome, sir. It's interesting to hear BB in the NH setting.
    I'll take the proxy thanks. hehe. :P I LOVE that show. Great sound too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phlakaton View Post
    I'll take the proxy thanks. hehe. :P I LOVE that show. Great sound too.
    Thank you for mentioning those boots in the first place, absolutely!

    Yeah, it does sound good 'nuff to be released officially...
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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    So how is the remaster? Is it just a transfer from the masters or taken from vinyl or...?
    Not 100% sure, but i am pretty sure it's from the vinyl
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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Robert Wyatt - 68 - This is just an amazing release! Steve - thanks again for making this happen. This is now a certified Canterbury classic in my view. A must own.
    + 1

    Picked this up last weekend & have been playing it a lot. Essential listening.

    From the liner notes, I gather he first recorded the drum tacks and then layered the vocals, keyboards and whatnot afterward…decades before Cubase/Pro Tools/whatever. Truly mindboggling, but even without knowing this, it is awesome.
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    re: '68 and nearly all our other Canterbury archival releases.

    Take a moment to silently remember Mike King and thank his memory, because he is at least partially responsible for most of them....and more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    Take a moment to silently remember Mike King and thank his memory, because he is at least partially responsible for most of them....and more.
    Amen to that.

    Reading O'Dair's biography on Wyatt has made me rather restlessly anticipating this upcoming weekend's binge of Canterbury and Bowmore; I think I'll have an all-night roundup of everything Wyatt from the early Softs demos (European Rock Collection, anyone?) to that stuff he did with Atzmon (which I haven't even unsealed yet, due to not being much of a fan of the latter - great musician or not). I tend to be wasted by the time I reach 1982-1984, though, so we'll see. But the book surely refueled my obsession with him and his music. Which is a good thing.
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    Although not a Canterbury band, Gizmo called their label Canterbury Records when they released their third album "They're Peeling Onions In The Cellar" in 1992. And yeah, that album starts with the Caravan-cover "Policeman"!

    In later years they even played with Hugh Hopper, so there must be something Canterbury about them

    Personally I like their debut the best: Just Like Master Bates (We Did It On Our Own).
    Missed their latest album from July this year: Marlowe's Children



    I still don't think there's a lot of Canterbury in their music, but I don't mind.

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    Started reading L'école de Canterbury (Canterbury school) by our very own Aymeric Leroy. You guys are in for a treat when it gets translated. Only at page 200 (700+) and it is an outstanding research (I'm a historian in real life, so I tend to evaluate the book in an academic perspective). It will take awhile before it can be surpassed if it can be in terms of research and all. Brilliant and masterful

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