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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    I'm sure someone here will think it's not cool to suggest because I was in the band, but Eccentric Orbit - Creation of the Humanoids has The Mighty Tom spraying violin all over the damn place.
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    Wicked inappropriate, dude. You should be banned! Just kidding, always a good thing to sing Tom's praises even if we were both in the band. He made that second album special, both instrumentally and with his composition skills! I think fans of violin in Prog would love this record.

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    Good stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Good stuff
    Rouge Ciel? They played FMPM one year. So did Interference Sardines. Couple of local bands...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yves View Post
    Rouge Ciel? They played FMPM one year. So did Interference Sardines. Couple of local bands...
    I've got a couple of their albums
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Great recommendation finally seconded by a none band member. Now you can feel validated.


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    Rouge Ciel:

    Gads, how could I have forgotten them? Great band! Was lucky to see them at FMPM, and great violin for sure!

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    Amon Duul II: Wolf City album...

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    The first Gizmo, Just Like Master Bates (We Did It On Our Own) has some fine violin-playing by Maurice Memmott:


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    and many others that I can't remember in this moment. (See the getting old thread)

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    Might help w/ the scratching:
    Edition Speciale
    Strinx-Talk To The Wind
    Flying Island
    Ozone Quartet
    Low Flying Aircraft
    The Bang-Omonimo (Mark Feldman, Percy Jones, Tim Berne)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bake 2 View Post
    Might help w/ the scratching:
    Edition Speciale
    Strinx-Talk To The Wind
    Flying Island
    Ozone Quartet
    Low Flying Aircraft
    The Bang-Omonimo (Mark Feldman, Percy Jones, Tim Berne)
    Arti + Mestieri
    Sugarcane Harris-Sugarcane's Got The Blues
    I'm only familiar with Arti & Mestiera. Lots to explore. Thanks everyone for the rec's.
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    Didier Lockwood with Magma from the mid-70s: (sorry for the interview stuff):



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    And David Rose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana5140 View Post
    And David Rose

    Good call, and he plays with Transit Express, so lot's of great violin in that band as well!

    Bill

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    Cloud 9 which I think later became Ozone Quartet.
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    ZAO had Didier Lockwood on violin for a couple of excellent albums.

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    Oh, hey, Nash the Slash:

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    Did anybody mention The Flock?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    I'm sure someone here will think it's not cool to suggest because I was in the band, but Eccentric Orbit - Creation of the Humanoids has The Mighty Tom spraying violin all over the damn place.
    Agree 100%. Great album. I love it in the Dixie dregs albums also. One Jean-Luc Ponty album that Iíve always liked but doesnít get much love is Individual Choice.


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    Stanley Clarke and Al DiMeola used the same violin player on their recent tours.
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