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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby **NOW PLAYING** » 25 Feb 2017, 15:13

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby C. » 25 Feb 2017, 21:03

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Perfect for a Saturday Night


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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby C. » 25 Feb 2017, 23:23

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Love this album


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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby pcqgod » 26 Feb 2017, 02:09

Lord Rother wrote:

Anyway, my waffle over - thanks for reminding me about them because I'm playing this again now and it's jolly good. Heavy and psychedelic.

Dungen - Ta Det Lugnt (from 2004)

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Yeah, that was the big one. Never had anything to match it, but 'Allas Sak' is certainly worth a listen.
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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Carlsson » 26 Feb 2017, 17:05

Dropped through the letter box 10 seconds ago.

Cellophane off in the next 10 seconds

I can't wait!

[their last few albums have been superb - better than Hawkwinds 'recent' efforts]

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Lord Rother » 26 Feb 2017, 21:37

Rock Opera territory which ain't really my bag. Ayreon's Arjen Anthony Lucassen is involved (though not the main man) and it kind of tells.

It's ok though, but doubt I'll get past the first out-of-curiosity listen.

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Carlsson » 26 Feb 2017, 21:44

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Lord Rother » 27 Feb 2017, 19:07

Welsh heavy prog merchants 25 Yard Screamer and their latest album, Keep Sending Signals.

Bit noisy for me at times but it has some pleasant quieter moments and although completely new to me sounds like a band worth looking into.

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby pcqgod » 28 Feb 2017, 04:09

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Could have used a little more mellotron, perhaps.
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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby robertff » 28 Feb 2017, 07:16

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Could have used a little more mellotron, perhaps.





A very fine record indeed, as are their previous ones.

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Carlsson » 28 Feb 2017, 22:01

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby ConnyOlivetti » 02 Mar 2017, 05:46

Popol Vuh (Popol Vuh, later known as Popol Ace, was a 1970s Norwegian progressive rock band from Oslo, that became popular in the 1970s Norwegian rock scene with such songs as "All We Have Is the Past", "Queen of all Queens" and "Music Box".
The band later changed its name to "Popol Ace" to avoid confusion with the German band Popol Vuh.The band's downfall came with the lead singer Jahn Teigen leaving the band for a solo career.)


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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby jimboo » 04 Mar 2017, 10:18

Minami Deutsch

Krautrockers and esp Conny may enjoy.

http://echoesanddust.com/2015/09/minami-deutsch-minami-deutsch/
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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby ConnyOlivetti » 04 Mar 2017, 19:32

jimboo ™ wrote:Minami Deutsch

Krautrockers and esp Conny may enjoy.

http://echoesanddust.com/2015/09/minami-deutsch-minami-deutsch/


Thanks, will check them out!
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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Six String » 05 Mar 2017, 02:39

Pentangle - Finale
Two disc set from the 2008 reunion tour. I've only heard one disc so far but it didn't disappoint. Everyone is on point.

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Lord Rother » 05 Mar 2017, 08:09

Another one from Conny's countrymen - Hidden Lands - "Lycksalighetens o"

Swedish band with almost identical personnel to jolly decent The Violent Silence.

This is their 2nd album, with largely Swedish vocals / lyrics - there's a 3rd album just being released. On the basis of this one I shall certainly seek that one out. Nice and proggy.

I believe Violent Silence are completely devoid of guitar, this certainly majors on keys but there is a guitar or 2 chucked in.

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Lord Rother » 05 Mar 2017, 08:32

The Mute Gods - Tardigrades Will Inherit The Earth

Bass and stick maestro Nick Beggs (ex Kajagoogoo) has spent big chunks of time touring with Steve Hackett and Steven Wilson during the last few years but being an energetic and hugely talented geezer has also had time to write and record a couple of albums of his own, with some stellar guest musicians, under the name of The Mute Gods.

This is the 2nd of those, recently released.

Nice songs, intelligent lyrics - somewhat prog light I suppose in the way that later Genesis albums were but I have enjoyed my 1st play of the album this morning.

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Re: Rother Recess [1390 pages]

Postby Carlsson » 05 Mar 2017, 13:23

Lord Rother wrote:Kajagoogoo


Now we're talking!

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just lovely



Indeed

A great album Leif

Yes, a great album








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