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PROG CORNER [1411 pages]

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 18:37

(Page 566 onwards)


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slightbreeze wrote:Some excellent tracks to honest, but 20 tracks on each disc? A true progger goes cold if there are more than 3

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby quix » 09 Jul 2010, 18:41

prog is dead.










long live prog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby ConnyOlivetti » 09 Jul 2010, 18:46

ok, here we go!
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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Bungo the Mungo » 09 Jul 2010, 18:49

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Snarfyguy » 09 Jul 2010, 18:57

Received in the mail yesterday:

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Looking forward to giving it a spin this evening.
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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 19:29

Snarfyguy wrote:Received in the mail yesterday:

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Looking forward to giving it a spin this evening.


It is superb!

I think it has the edge on the first

Are you going to join us for The Hats' synch listen tonight Chris....?




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slightbreeze wrote:Some excellent tracks to honest, but 20 tracks on each disc? A true progger goes cold if there are more than 3

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 19:34

NP

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Don't write this gem off as being no comparison to the first because that would be unfounded





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slightbreeze wrote:Some excellent tracks to honest, but 20 tracks on each disc? A true progger goes cold if there are more than 3

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Aybe Sea » 09 Jul 2010, 19:38

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Their best ?


I think so





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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Snarfyguy » 09 Jul 2010, 19:40

Carlsson wrote:Are you going to join us for The Hats' synch listen tonight Chris....?
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Sorry, we're going out of town for the weekend, so I'll be on the road this evening.

But I hope you enjoy it. :)
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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 19:49

Snarfyguy wrote:Sorry, we're going out of town for the weekend, so I'll be on the road this evening.


We will dedicate it to you my dear friend

We will dedicate it to you







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slightbreeze wrote:Some excellent tracks to honest, but 20 tracks on each disc? A true progger goes cold if there are more than 3

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Snarfyguy » 09 Jul 2010, 19:50

(prog joke alert)

Carlsson wrote:We will dedicate it to you
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Because I won't be listening. ;)
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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 19:56

Snarfyguy wrote:
Carlsson wrote:We will dedicate it to you
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Because I won't be listening. ;)


A quote from some bloody punk band I assume....?!











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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 20:07

NP

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slightbreeze wrote:Some excellent tracks to honest, but 20 tracks on each disc? A true progger goes cold if there are more than 3

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby purgatory brite » 09 Jul 2010, 20:13

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I've given this album a few listens, and have to say I'm rather disappointed with it. I much prefer the 3 man line up album Danger Money.

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Jeff Cunt » 09 Jul 2010, 20:19

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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 21:21

Purgatory Brite wrote:Image

I've given this album a few listens, and have to say I'm rather disappointed with it.





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It is not so accessible

Stick with it my esteemed friend

Stick with it


Holdsworth/Bruford- one can't go wrong

Can one?




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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Snarfyguy » 09 Jul 2010, 21:24

I think Danger Money is a big improvement too.

I don't actually like Holdsmith anyway. Too busy/fussy/fast.
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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby C » 09 Jul 2010, 21:25

Snarfyguy wrote:I don't actually like Holdsmith anyway. Too busy/fussy/fast.


:o



:lol:






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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Snarfyguy » 09 Jul 2010, 21:29

I'm not joking. He's just not any fun!
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Re: Prog Corner (page 565 onwards)

Postby Buckfast » 09 Jul 2010, 21:31

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The third and final record by the progressive rock trio U.K. was recorded during a 1979 concert in Japan, although it was not released until after the group disbanded; by this time the group featured bassist and lead vocalist John Wetton with ex-Zappa sidemen Eddie Jobson (keyboards and electric violin) and drummer Terry Bozzio. "Night After Night" serves a driving opener, followed by "Rendezvous 6:02," primarily a feature for Jobson's keyboard wizardry. The instrumental "Alaska" is a bit bombastic on the scale of Emerson, Lake & Palmer, though the hard-rocking "In the Dead of Night" makes up for it. Jobson switches to violin for the high-energy closer, "Caesar's Palace Blues" (which is not actually a blues). This is easily the best of U.K.'s rather small discography.



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