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    Would Jerusalem and Karn Evil 9 in English class count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Would Jerusalem and Karn Evil 9 in English class count?
    Maybe. Then I could mention Alan Parsons Project "Tales of Mystery & Imagination" in a high school English class! To be fair, it was a Poe class, so this may have been inevitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Maybe. Then I could mention Alan Parsons Project "Tales of Mystery & Imagination" in a high school English class! To be fair, it was a Poe class, so this may have been inevitable.
    Those are the same, I suppose. The class was lyric oriëntated. The result was, me buying Welcome back my friends, because that was the only ELP-album the store had and it contained both pieces.

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    The Four Horseman by Aphrodite's Child being used to advertise a ... Ford.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Halmyre View Post
    The Four Horseman by Aphrodite's Child being used to advertise a ... Ford.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halmyre View Post
    The Four Horseman by Aphrodite's Child being used to advertise a ... Ford.
    Okay, that was a bit unreal.

    The "mLSD" video recommended on the end screen is disappointingly non-psychedelic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halmyre View Post
    The Four Horseman by Aphrodite's Child being used to advertise a ... Ford.

    I still say nothing tops that car commercial I saw a couple years ago that used Can's Mary So Contrary.

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    I heard Siberian Khatru last week while eating breakfast at a local restaurant.

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    ^ That may have been on the menu.

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    ^ No, that was the Siberian cat stew.
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    I was in a smallish super market in a larger rural town in deep-red state Mizzourah last week, standing in line to pay for a six pack of beer and on the muzak system comes the opening drumbeats to XTC's Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead.
    I was probably the only person within 100 miles that had any clue who it was. I took my time so i could hear the whole song, probably annoying the shit out of the bumpkins behind me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by progholio View Post
    annoying the shit out of the bumpkins behind me.
    You could make up a whole new ballad about Wifebeater Bumpkinhead.
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    Since we’re on the subject of car commercials, here’s the Popol Vuh commercial I mentioned before:

    Confirmed Bachelors: the dramedy hit of 1883...

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    Last week in my local Fry's (Kroger) food store, they played Kansas He Knew. The same store who months ago played Karn Evil 9.
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    Quote Originally Posted by progmatist View Post
    Last week in my local Fry's (Kroger) food store, they played Kansas He Knew. The same store who months ago played Karn Evil 9.
    I believe I heard that recently on the XM Sirius Deep Tracks channel("he knew") but I don't think I ever heard it in public.
    As for ELP I think I once heard "time and a place" in a grocery store but that's about it(unless you count the radio songs).

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    I'm in a sports bar, and I'm hearing Crimson....Three of a Perfect Pair. Right now, on the house music, not the jukebox.

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    Coming full circle with King Crimson’s “Epitaph,” covered by (the late) Japanese entertainer Hideki Saijo. The same man who topped the Oricon charts with “Young Man,” the Japanese version of the Village People’s “Y.M.C.A.”! (It’s even on the same album!)
    Confirmed Bachelors: the dramedy hit of 1883...

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    There was a programme on Sky Arts last night about the artist Julie Verhoeven interpreting the book 'The Joy of Sex'. At one point I heard the introduction and first lines of 'Living in the Past'. Didn't watch it all, sadly...

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    Tonight we were having a few beers at a local brewery called One Well Brewing here in Kalamazoo. They often play interesting music in the background, although it is not very loud so hard to hear. I was sitting there this evening and my ears started picking up something that sounded familiar. It was hard to hear over the people in the brewery, but I finally recognized that it was a track from Thank You Scientist. I can't say that I have ever heard that before.

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    Thats more "Unlikely prog in unlikely places"

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    This morning at breakfast heard Kansas Magnum Opus. I noticed this restaurant plays a station called deep tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fracktured View Post
    I noticed this restaurant plays a station called deep tracks.
    Not a very proggy track, but I heard Procol Harum's "Whiskey Train" at Trader Joe's this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fracktured View Post
    This morning at breakfast heard Kansas Magnum Opus. I noticed this restaurant plays a station called deep tracks.
    Deep Tracks is a channel on XM Sirius (satellite radio). They play some prog stuff from time to time (usually the most well known bands). The other day in my car I heard them play "then" from the time and a word album by Yes. I've also heard BJH and Ambrosia on there. Sooner or later they play most of the usual suspects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Triscuits View Post
    Not a very proggy track, but I heard Procol Harum's "Whiskey Train" at Trader Joe's this week.
    I haven't been to Trader Joe's in a while but in recent years I've heard a few tracks there on the hard rock/edging towards prog side of early 70's music like Savoy Brown, Spirit or early Tull.

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    Not exactly prog, but season 4 episode 4 (I think) of Good Girls, began with, "Leave It" by Yes.

    Prog related I guess....

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