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    Concert Live Streams

    The Enid are having a streaming concert Thursday Nov. 12, 19:00 UK time:

    https://www.theenid.co.uk/news/144-live-stream

    The setlist, below, looks like an instrumental focus.

















    THE SET
    A Peak in Darien
    From U

    In The Region Of The Winter Star
    From U

    Childe Roland
    From Aerie Faerie Nonsense

    Sheets of Blue
    From Salome
    (New arrangement)

    Humouresque
    From Touch Me
    (New arrangement)

    WHO CAN WATCH?
    Anyone on the planet with and an Internet connection can take part. The show will remain online for 3 days to cater for different time zones.

    WHAT DOES IT COST?
    We are hoping that all who can afford to will make a donation, however modest.

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    Thanks for posting.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    That was 45 minutes of symphonic prog heaven, thanks so much for the tip!

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    Yes, very enjoyable for anyone interested in the 'rock band as symphony' approach. Apparently, they are leaving the video up for a few days.

    One can contribute a few pounds at: https://www.theenid.co.uk/events


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    The Enid are doing another live stream Friday November 20. Information at the same website.

    I entered the thread title non-band specific. I thought there could be a generic thread for any such live stream concert notifications / comments. For example, I know Progstock is doing some more, but am not aware of the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Eric View Post
    For example, I know Progstock is doing some more, but am not aware of the details.
    I started a thread about Progstock earlier: ProgStock Presents Moogvember

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    Thanks for starting this thread, D.Eric. There’s so much good live-streaming music, and it seems to be gearing up again as we head into the holidays!

    Last night I watched a GREAT trio performance by one of my favorite bands, Royal Jelly Jive. Performed from a piano showroom in Oakland, it’s Amy Winehouse-sequel soul or whatever, including some Winehouse songs, their own songs (which are great, and some standards.

    The singer is fantastic, and the interplay between piano and bass (and some acoustic guitar) is excellent. The piano player also plays a little synth unit featuring a lot of Mellotron sounds, and some cool modulation via knobs behind it. Anyone know what that synth unit is? Is it a Minimoog?

    Here’s a link to the show, which you can still watch:

    https://www.facebook.com/PiedmontPia...5444252700365/

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    Quote Originally Posted by nodak33 View Post
    I started a thread about Progstock earlier: ProgStock Presents Moogvember
    It looks like it starts tomorrow.

    https://www.stageit.com/ProgStock

    Herd of Instinct and Ad Astra are on the bill, plus a number of known Keyboardists. Prices from $4 to $10, with a portion going to the Moog foundation.

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    I'm enjoying the video. Is the keyboardist the only original member. It sounds excellent.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    I'm enjoying the video. Is the keyboardist the only original member. It sounds excellent.
    I made a small donation.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Sounds a lot like PFM, very good. Without the vocals.

    It is amazing to see how bands like The Enid have survived for so long without hardly any commercial success, practically unknown in North America.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajaz View Post
    Sounds a lot like PFM, very good. Without the vocals.

    It is amazing to see how bands like The Enid have survived for so long without hardly any commercial success, practically unknown in North America.

    Thanks for posting.
    I’ve never seen the band but read a lot about the musical-rights disagreements. Seeing them live makes Godfrey seem less like a troubled figure and more like the artist he is. Actually, I feel like I did see them once, but I can’t think where. Or did I dream it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Eric View Post
    It looks like it starts tomorrow.

    https://www.stageit.com/ProgStock

    Herd of Instinct and Ad Astra are on the bill, plus a number of known Keyboardists. Prices from $4 to $10, with a portion going to the Moog foundation.
    Can these be viewed later? The times don’t work well for me. Would love to see some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    I’ve never seen the band but read a lot about the musical-rights disagreements. Seeing them live makes Godfrey seem less like a troubled figure and more like the artist he is. Actually, I feel like I did see them once, but I can’t think where. Or did I dream it?
    Nearfest 2010?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Eric View Post
    Nearfest 2010?
    Yep, I think that was it! That ones a bit hazy, yet I was pretty straight. Just getting old!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Can these be viewed later? The times don’t work well for me. Would love to see some.
    Stageit.com does not record these for later. I think that it's up to the individual performers on their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Can these be viewed later? The times don’t work well for me. Would love to see some.
    With Stageit.com, one also has to be careful because the default times are US Pacific. They only convert to local after one creates an account and logs in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Eric View Post
    The Enid are doing another live stream Friday November 20. Information at the same website.


    Totally new setlist this week for The Enid, compared to last week.


    Saturday Nov. 21 starting at 4:00, US Eastern time: Jordan Rudess, Herd of Instinct, and Klauss
    https://www.stageit.com/ProgStock

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    Who are the original members? Asking again.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Tonight (Saturday): This one sounds promising. I know there are some fans of Vernon Reid here:

    TIM MOTZER & GINTAS JANUSONIS
    with FRIENDS
    featuring
    VERNON REID
    LEON GRUENBAUM
    JOSH WERNER

    Saturday, November 21, 2020
    5pm EST (check Your time zone)

    tickets:
    www.shapeshifterlab.com/livestream/moonjune-3

    An evening of adventurous cosmic music
    exploring and expanding
    sonic boundaries of magic and the unknown.

    Tickets:
    • Streaming Only - $12.00
    • Streaming plus rough mix of the show (MP3 192kb) - $20.00
    (MP3 will be sent up to 10 days after the performnce by MoonJune Records)

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    The first live stream I was aware of was actually a show that I attended, though I'm not sure it was called a "stream" yet in those days.
    I found out later it was on the House of Blues web site, but the video was extremely low-res and tiny, from a single, stationary camera in the back of the hall.
    I ended up recording the audio from my sound card and made a "video" out of one of the tracks, using images swiped from papabear.com.

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    Kraan Streaming coming up

    Concert Geislingen, Rätsche on 27 Nov 2020

    https://www.raetsche.com/programm/kraan/

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    Watched Yazz Ahmed on Thursday night, still up and available the rest of the week.

    https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-o...ine-streaming/
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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    Who are the original members? Asking again.
    I think these are the founding members:
    Robert John Godfrey – keyboards
    Steve Stewart – guitars, bass, keyboards
    Francis Lickerish – guitars
    Dave Storey – drums
    Glen Tollet – bass

    Only Godfrey remains, though Storey was playing with them last year.

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