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    Julian Voss-Andreae is a quantum physicist turned sculptor

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    Quote Originally Posted by spellbound View Post
    Well, I think Bruce Springsteen was also known for playing long concerts.

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    ^Yep. Ozric Tentacles also.
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    I thought it was amusing and I hadn't seen the meme before. Most of the really long concerts I have been to were by the Grateful Dead. Three hours seemed to be the minimum they would play. I've been to shorter prog concerts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spellbound View Post
    I thought it was amusing and I hadn't seen the meme before. Most of the really long concerts I have been to were by the Grateful Dead. Three hours seemed to be the minimum they would play. I've been to shorter prog concerts.
    there was a time when a Jefferson Airplane evening could last up to 5 or 6 hours

    Hot Tune opened,k the Airplane followed and then Casady, Kaukonen and Covington would jam for another two hours afterwards.

    But yeah, even during in the 80's (the only decade I saw them), the Dead was always above three hours, sometimes closer to 4
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    A 3 hour prog concert?
    That must have been Grobschnitt.

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    Indeed -- the first time I saw the Dead was a "Day on the Green" where they opened for The Who. (A really strange pairing...) "Day on the Green" concerts, or DoGs, typically had four to six acts; since the Dead were going to play their usual full-length show, there was barely room for The Who's ninety minutes or so...
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    This year's Oscar-winning short documentary is about the musical instrument repair shop for the LA schools' music program. It's just ... wow.

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    When more people are added to the chorus during "see me feel me" things are taken to a whole other level. It really puts a new spin on this song. The whole performance was great though. I never saw Tommy the musical so probably something to look out for.
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    This sort of things...

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    Tomás Gubitsch on guitar


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    Quote Originally Posted by unclemeat View Post
    45s at 33



    I remember that a schoolmate and I used to play the Pythagoras debut on 45 instead of on 33.

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    That "Jolene" sounds like a really good tenor.
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    I had never heard that band before^. They're great. Thanks for posting.
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    I had never heard that band before^. They're great. Thanks for posting.
    I read about them in my newspaper about their latest show with the Metropole Orchestra on Roadburn this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Perhaps interesting for some:

    spectaucar music

    they're not in PA (yet), but I will make they will be.

    thx for the share
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    spectaucar music

    they're not in PA (yet), but I will make they will be.

    thx for the share
    I am very interested in their 2024 concert with the Metropole Orchestra, but it's not on YouTube (yet?). The reviewer hopes it will be released in some way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Yeah. For a second I hoped this was new.

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