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

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:44

C wrote:No Time is the last track




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An essential extra





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

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:44

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.


wow. all y'all know soooo much more than i do, but at least i've heard of django reinhardt. mwhahaha.

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

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:44

LMG wrote:
C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:


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!



:lol:





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scrote wrote:honestly, you need to read back some of your posts. it's always about YOU!

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

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:45

LMG wrote: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.


watch yerself, now.

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

Postby LMG » 08 Jan 2021, 21:46

This is fantastic!

I have this cranked high!!!

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

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kath wrote:
LMG wrote: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.


watch yerself, now.


Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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scrote wrote:honestly, you need to read back some of your posts. it's always about YOU!

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

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:47

toomanyhatz wrote:Wow, I wasn't expecting so much avant-weirdness on this record. I'm impressed!


it really is amazing. full of talent and being brazen

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

Postby John aka Josh » 08 Jan 2021, 21:48

kath wrote:
wow. all y'all know soooo much more than i do, but at least i've heard of django reinhardt. mwhahaha.




That's not at all true - you've shown a great of wisdom and your ability to construct arguments is second to none.
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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:48

Start thinking about Man albums - I will be writing to you soon....





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

Postby toomanyhatz » 08 Jan 2021, 21:48

So all over the place musically, too. "Gypsy Escape" gets pretty damned 'heavy.'
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Re: PSL: Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Friday 8th January @ 9pm [UK]

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C wrote:
kath wrote:
LMG wrote: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.


watch yerself, now.


Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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no it aint. there are ten gazillion talentless bands that could've been used instead of the moodies, and i am not standin for it. so there.

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

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John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:
wow. all y'all know soooo much more than i do, but at least i've heard of django reinhardt. mwhahaha.




That's not at all true - you've shown a great of wisdom and your ability to construct arguments is second to none.


Correct




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

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:50

kath wrote:
C wrote:
kath wrote:
watch yerself, now.


Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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no it aint. there are ten gazillion talentless bands that could've been used instead of the moodies, and i am not standin for it. so there.


Fair point.

Wash your mouth out Chris.

kath has a very valid point




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

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:50

John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:
wow. all y'all know soooo much more than i do, but at least i've heard of django reinhardt. mwhahaha.




That's not at all true - you've shown a great of wisdom and your ability to construct arguments is second to none.


that is so kind. thanks.

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

Postby LMG » 08 Jan 2021, 21:50

C wrote:
kath wrote:
LMG wrote: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.


watch yerself, now.


Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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When I last caught up with him in Poundland, Arthur didn't think it was very fair at all. I had to subtly hide the CD of Knights In White Satin Play The Hits Of The Moody Blues in my basket under a box of Black Magic Chocolates to avoid a scene!

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

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:51

C wrote:
kath wrote:
C wrote:
Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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no it aint. there are ten gazillion talentless bands that could've been used instead of the moodies, and i am not standin for it. so there.


Fair point.

Wash your mouth out Chris.

kath has a very valid point




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mwhahahaaa. do we get film footage of chris washin out his mouth? i'm thinkin pay-per-view

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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:
watch yerself, now.


Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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When I last caught up with him in Poundland, Arthur didn't think it was very fair at all. I had to subtly hide the CD of Knights In White Satin Play The Hits Of The Moody Blues in my basket under a box of Black Magic Chocolates to avoid a scene!



I'd back off now mate whilst you've still got a pair....!




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

Postby kath » 08 Jan 2021, 21:51

LMG wrote:
C wrote:
kath wrote:
watch yerself, now.


Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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When I last caught up with him in Poundland, Arthur didn't think it was very fair at all. I had to subtly hide the CD of Knights In White Satin Play The Hits Of The Moody Blues in my basket under a box of Black Magic Chocolates to avoid a scene!


well, we are talkin about fire hazard, on yer ass/arse

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

Postby C » 08 Jan 2021, 21:52

kath wrote:
C wrote:
kath wrote:
no it aint. there are ten gazillion talentless bands that could've been used instead of the moodies, and i am not standin for it. so there.


Fair point.

Wash your mouth out Chris.

kath has a very valid point




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mwhahahaaa. do we get film footage of chris washin out his mouth? i'm thinkin pay-per-view


:lol:




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

Postby LMG » 08 Jan 2021, 21:53

C wrote:
kath wrote:
C wrote:
Yes kath - I love the Moodies but a fair statistic





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no it aint. there are ten gazillion talentless bands that could've been used instead of the moodies, and i am not standin for it. so there.


Fair point.

Wash your mouth out Chris.

kath has a very valid point




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