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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:36

LMG wrote:
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the carpenters was my very first concert. i was nine, on my dad's shoulders, mwhahaha.


Great voices, great musicians, good songs but just not my cup darjeeling

they just weren't close to me...

[groan]





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I really enjoy the greatest hits album I have.

Although I do wonder if I've only just begun...


oh cmon. yer a superstar. on top of the world and whatnot.

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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

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LMG wrote:
C wrote:
kath wrote:
the carpenters was my very first concert. i was nine, on my dad's shoulders, mwhahaha.


Great voices, great musicians, good songs but just not my cup darjeeling

they just weren't close to me...

[groan]





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I really enjoy the greatest hits album I have.

Although I do wonder if I've only just begun...


I saw what you did there!

Touché




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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:37

There's a Deep Purple riff in there somewhere

Into the Fire....?





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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:38

Remembering the mighty VC.

RIP




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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:39

C wrote:There's a Deep Purple riff in there somewhere

Into the Fire....?





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i can hear it.

then they go off into yet another one of these slowww, reallly well-fucquin-done sections. this album is such a trip

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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:39

Nice tubs





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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

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C wrote:Remembering the mighty VC.

RIP




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ya ya. RIP. reap loved him, of course

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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:40

Glorious music!




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C wrote:Glorious music!




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agreeeeed

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kath wrote:
C wrote:Remembering the mighty VC.

RIP




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ya ya. RIP. reap loved him, of course



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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:41

oooooooooooooooof

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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

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C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote: still absorbing my Christmas CDs!


which were...?




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Sonny Rollins - the complete RCA recordings is the item that's really absorbing me, though I need to give a lot more time to Tim Garland's The Mystery, plus Ton Van Bergeyk's Famous Ragtime Guitar Solos (which comes with guitar tabs), William Byrd's Masses (all three), Solas' The Words that Remain, Bugge Wesselftoft's It's Snowing on my Piano, and a Proper Box of Django Reinhardt - Swing de Paris.
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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:41

Head noddin'




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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:42

John aka Josh wrote:
C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote: still absorbing my Christmas CDs!


which were...?




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Sonny Rollins - the complete RCA recordings is the item that's really absorbing me, though I need to give a lot more time to Tim Garland's The Mystery, plus Ton Van Bergeyk's Famous Ragtime Guitar Solos (which comes with guitar tabs), William Byrd's Masses (all three), Solas' The Words that Remain, Bugge Wesselftoft's It's Snowing on my Piano, and a Proper Box of Django Reinhardt - Swing de Paris.


nice.

Django with or without all his fingers....?




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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 08 Jan 2021, 21:42

C wrote:Glorious music!




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Really building up a head of steam. Going to have to revisit this when I can concentrate more than I've managed tonight!
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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 08 Jan 2021, 21:42

Arthur's tragedy is that several musical genres in rock owe a serious debt to him - psychedelia, prog, performance rock, but these are hardly ever acknowledged.

It's always 'Look! There goes Arthur "One Hit Wonder" Brown!'

I quite like the Moody Blues, but the thought that in the record collections of the land they outnumber Arthur Brown 10,000 to one is a dreadful, tragic shame.

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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby toomanyhatz » 08 Jan 2021, 21:42

Wow, I wasn't expecting so much avant-weirdness on this record. I'm impressed!
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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:43

No Time is the last track




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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 08 Jan 2021, 21:43

C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:
C wrote:
which were...?




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Sonny Rollins - the complete RCA recordings is the item that's really absorbing me, though I need to give a lot more time to Tim Garland's The Mystery, plus Ton Van Bergeyk's Famous Ragtime Guitar Solos (which comes with guitar tabs), William Byrd's Masses (all three), Solas' The Words that Remain, Bugge Wesselftoft's It's Snowing on my Piano, and a Proper Box of Django Reinhardt - Swing de Paris.


nice.

Django with or without all his fingers....?




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Eurrrrww.

And I thought those marbles and a scarf in the Pink Floyd box were a bit much!

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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 08 Jan 2021, 21:44

C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:
C wrote:
which were...?




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Sonny Rollins - the complete RCA recordings is the item that's really absorbing me, though I need to give a lot more time to Tim Garland's The Mystery, plus Ton Van Bergeyk's Famous Ragtime Guitar Solos (which comes with guitar tabs), William Byrd's Masses (all three), Solas' The Words that Remain, Bugge Wesselftoft's It's Snowing on my Piano, and a Proper Box of Django Reinhardt - Swing de Paris.


nice.

Django with or without all his fingers....?




.



Without - recordings go from '34 to '52
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