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ianm42

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Posted: Sep 29, 2022 - 2:03am

 rgio wrote:

I just stumbled into this...which is interesting to see after 50 years of listening to the song... 

Supper's Ready...illustrated.





Magnificent!
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Posted: Sep 28, 2022 - 11:27am

 thisbody wrote: 
...and the flowers bloom like madness in the spring

Salvation a la mode and a cup of tea...
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Posted: Sep 28, 2022 - 11:08am

THE TULL PHENOMENON
A Visual Anthology of Jethro Tull thru the 70's and Beyond...

westslope

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Posted: Jan 18, 2022 - 8:50am

 kurtster wrote:

yeah, you made me go and play Echoes.  Perhaps my favorite Floyd track.  Sheep being another really, really favorite track.  I have some early BBC recordings of Floyd and you can here bits and pieces of riffs and themes for works in progress that later made into a final album form.  Early Floyd liked to tinker live and string lots of things together such as pieces like this.  By the time DSOTM came out, that was pretty much done because now they had a full time continuous video to play to and that made spontaneous bits rather difficult.  Been listening to them since the summer of 1968.

Now I have to listen to Side 2 of Animals ... it's all your fault ... and roll another one ...

Funny.  I went and played Echoes immediately after listening to Nothing Part 14.  Sheep.... Animals is by far my favourite Pink Floyd album.

Listening to the Early Years, 1967-1972, I could not help but compare to Porcupine Tree's early space rock music period.  I occasionally listen to and enjoy music from that period even if Steven Wilson seems a little embarrassed by it all.  

Here's to stuffing the waterpipe with quality material in the depths of winter.....

kurtster

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Posted: Jan 17, 2022 - 8:07pm

 westslope wrote:

Was listening to the Early Years, 1967-1972 collection on Spotify, and only really perked up when I heard this one.
 
yeah, you made me go and play Echoes.  Perhaps my favorite Floyd track.  Sheep being another really, really favorite track.  I have some early BBC recordings of Floyd and you can here bits and pieces of riffs and themes for works in progress that later made into a final album form.  Early Floyd liked to tinker live and string lots of things together such as pieces like this.  By the time DSOTM came out, that was pretty much done because now they had a full time continuous video to play to and that made spontaneous bits rather difficult.  Been listening to them since the summer of 1968.

Now I have to listen to Side 2 of Animals ... it's all your fault ... and roll another one ...
westslope

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Posted: Jan 17, 2022 - 3:40pm


Was listening to the Early Years, 1967-1972 collection on Spotify, and only really perked up when I heard this one.
rgio

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Posted: Aug 25, 2021 - 4:06pm

I just stumbled into this...which is interesting to see after 50 years of listening to the song... 

Supper's Ready...illustrated.

rgio

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Posted: Jun 11, 2021 - 12:29pm

 PFM wrote:
Wow...as someone in the comments put it, it's like seeing them playing live for the first time.  Phil Collins is so young! 
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Posted: Jun 11, 2021 - 10:25am

 PFM wrote:
Thanks, that was splendid. But Peter Gabriel looks ghastly in that makeup and hair!
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Posted: Jun 11, 2021 - 8:47am

Genesis live, Paris Bataclan 1973 long version, 16mm master in 4k


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Posted: Oct 6, 2020 - 3:25pm



 Ohmsen wrote:
Premiata Forneria Marconi, in short PFM ~ from Italy, 1972... not bad, after all!!


 

PFuckinM! I love these guys.

I was in Italy a couple of years ago and saw a flyer that they were playing! A few weeks after I left, dammit.

So, here's "Four Holes in the Ground." Thank you, grazie.


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Posted: Jun 3, 2019 - 7:11pm

 buddy wrote:

The real Genesis. They should have changed their name to something else after Peter Gabriel left the band. Something more *pop*.

 
I did get to see the real deal.  I saw them do The Lamb when it first came out in 1974 at Music Hall in Cleveland.  A quality small hall with just 3,000 seats.  Gabriel was simply amazing with all the costumes and props.  An example at 1:24 time mark.   A really great show.  The song 'It" is one of the best finales for any concept album.

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Posted: Jun 1, 2019 - 10:03pm


westslope

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Posted: Oct 21, 2018 - 1:51pm



 SeriousLee wrote:

 
I'm a little late here. Meant to reply a while back. I'll have to look into getting Rivard's albums.
 
Ooohhh...he has quite a few. But there is a 8-CD set called A Ce Jour available.

 

A favourite: Un trou dans les nuages (1987).   Terrific production values.  

If your French is still good, take a listen to:  Bonsoir... mon nom est Michel Rivard et voici mon album double (1985) .   Bonsoir... mon nom est toujours Michel Rivard et voici mon album quadruple (2004) is probably similar in flavour.

His comedy,  his story telling, his stage presence are just phenomenal.   I cannot think of any English Canadian singer-song writer-performers that come close and English Canada punches well above its weight for modern contemporary music.

I also have it upon good authority that Michel Rivard is one terrific dinner party guest.   
SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Oct 21, 2018 - 9:08am

 westslope wrote:


 SeriousLee wrote:

Can't say I'm a fan of Harmonium, but I do like them. Got a CD or two of them. Never heard of Fiori-Séguin. When it comes to QC, i'm a fan of Pagliaro and Beau Dommage. Oh, and Plume Lateaverse also. But none of that is Prog Rock.

 
I enjoy all three:  Pagliaro, Beau Dommage and Plume Latraverse.  Only own music from Beau Dommage.   Out of Beau Dommage, Michel Rivard published a few CDs and they remain favourites. 

Michel Rivard's solo material is absolutely outstanding.  His on-stage humour is incredible.   
 
 
I'm a little late here. Meant to reply a while back. I'll have to look into getting Rivard's albums.
 
Ooohhh...he has quite a few. But there is a 8-CD set called A Ce Jour available.

westslope

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Posted: Oct 5, 2018 - 4:11pm

Fiori Séguin - Deux cents nuits à l'heure


The duet consists of Serge Fiori (Harmonium) and Richard Séguin.   More of an acquired taste but if you like Harmonium and prog rock in general, it is worth listening to.  

Listening to this right now reminds me of an Argentinian prog rock band that put out some good music in the early/mid 70s:   Sui Generis.  
westslope

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Posted: Oct 5, 2018 - 4:05pm



 SeriousLee wrote:

Can't say I'm a fan of Harmonium, but I do like them. Got a CD or two of them. Never heard of Fiori-Séguin. When it comes to QC, i'm a fan of Pagliaro and Beau Dommage. Oh, and Plume Lateaverse also. But none of that is Prog Rock.



 
I enjoy all three:  Pagliaro, Beau Dommage and Plume Latraverse.  Only own music from Beau Dommage.   Out of Beau Dommage, Michel Rivard published a few CDs and they remain favourites. 

Michel Rivard's solo material is absolutely outstanding.  His on-stage humour is incredible.   

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Posted: Oct 4, 2018 - 5:55pm


SeriousLee

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Posted: Oct 4, 2018 - 5:23pm

 westslope wrote:

Any fans of Harmonium and Fiori-Séguin here?

 
Can't say I'm a fan of Harmonium, but I do like them. Got a CD or two of them. Never heard of Fiori-Séguin. When it comes to QC, i'm a fan of Pagliaro and Beau Dommage. Oh, and Plume Lateaverse also. But none of that is Prog Rock.



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