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Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 26 Oct 2019, 18:16
by Lord Rother
A good track from the excellent new album from Leprous.


Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 26 Oct 2019, 22:02
by C
Isn't this wonderful?










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Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 26 Oct 2019, 22:08
by C
Hawklords have made some very robust albums and this is one of them

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Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 27 Oct 2019, 07:52
by soundchaser
Lord Rother wrote:A good track from the excellent new album from Leprous.





I didn't mind it, especially when it got going, but i don't think I'd want to pursue any further .

Where do you find all this stuff? You must stream it, i can't imagine your wallet's that big?

Or maybe it is. You are a Lordship, after all :D.

Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 27 Oct 2019, 08:03
by soundchaser
C wrote:Isn't this wonderful?



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It sure is.

Nice tambourine from Crosby.

Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 27 Oct 2019, 11:05
by C
soundchaser wrote: Crosby.

A cool dude!










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Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 27 Oct 2019, 13:54
by Lord Rother
soundchaser wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:A good track from the excellent new album from Leprous.





I didn't mind it, especially when it got going, but i don't think I'd want to pursue any further .

Where do you find all this stuff? You must stream it, i can't imagine your wallet's that big?

Or maybe it is. You are a Lordship, after all :D.


Streaming yes, Spotify is my constant companion.

I refer to progarchives.com a lot, read various prog blogs (this is a good one for new releases although not many reviews http://newprogreleases.blogspot.com/ ) and Facebook groups.

Leprous are actually big in the current genre although have been a touch too heavy for me in the past so hadn’t bothered with their last couple of albums. Thought I’d give them another go and enjoyed this one.

Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 27 Oct 2019, 15:15
by C
Lord Rother wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:A good track from the excellent new album from Leprous.





I didn't mind it, especially when it got going, but i don't think I'd want to pursue any further .

Where do you find all this stuff? You must stream it, i can't imagine your wallet's that big?

Or maybe it is. You are a Lordship, after all :D.


Streaming yes, Spotify is my constant companion.

I refer to progarchives.com a lot, read various prog blogs (this is a good one for new releases although not many reviews http://newprogreleases.blogspot.com/ ) and Facebook groups.

Leprous are actually big in the current genre although have been a touch too heavy for me in the past so hadn’t bothered with their last couple of albums. Thought I’d give them another go and enjoyed this one.


I tried it too - but it wasn't for me

Too many notes in the wrong order...!






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Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 27 Oct 2019, 16:00
by Lord Rother
I thought that was your thing!

Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 28 Oct 2019, 10:27
by C
Lord Rother wrote:I thought that was your thing!


:lol:

I just knew you were going to say that!

Yes, but the trouble is they are the wrong notes in the wrong order!

















NP [the albums]

Here we have the right notes in the wrong order!














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Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 28 Oct 2019, 10:32
by soundchaser


Far Out, Man!

Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 28 Oct 2019, 10:48
by C
soundchaser wrote:

Far Out, Man!


A great album - my favourite of theirs.

Check out one or two of the solo Manuel Göttsching albums - awesome








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Re: TENTH GO-ROUND CORNER

Posted: 29 Oct 2019, 17:06
by C
A robust track from a seminal album

Robustly seminal









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Re: 'TENTH GO-ROUND' CORNER

Posted: 30 Oct 2019, 11:04
by C
This is a corker (highlights too [above])

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Frank with Napoleon, The Fowlers, Chester and Ralph H on tubs, Ruth and George Duke

The Roxy sort of tracks - Cheepnis, Penguin, Village in Sun plus Uncle Meat, Idiot Bastard, Eric Dolphy era plus RDNZL, Big Swifty, Slime etc

Great sound and no 'audience participation' tedium.

Very robust

My only slight criticism is that Napoleon is great on the sax but not quite an Ike Willis et alia on the vocals.
Adequate though

NOW PLAYING LOUDLY!






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Re: 'TENTH GO-ROUND' CORNER

Posted: 30 Oct 2019, 12:14
by Neige
C wrote:This is a corker (highlights too [above])

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Frank with Napoleon, The Fowlers, Chester and Ralph H on tubs, Ruth and George Duke

The Roxy sort of tracks - Cheepnis, Penguin, Village in Sun plus Uncle Meat, Idiot Bastard, Eric Dolphy era plus RDNZL, Big Swifty, Slime etc

Great sound and no 'audience participation' tedium.

Very robust

My only slight criticism is that Napoleon is great on the sax but not quite an Ike Willis et alia on the vocals.
Adequate though

NOW PLAYING LOUDLY!

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Nice...

I've treated myself to this, recently...

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Re: 'TENTH GO-ROUND' CORNER

Posted: 30 Oct 2019, 21:58
by C
Neige wrote:
Nice...

I've treated myself to this, recently...

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Nice too









I thought this was amusing

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Re: 'TENTH GO-ROUND' CORNER

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 14:53
by C
I don't play Roxy very often but this afternoon seems appropriate

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Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 15:31
by slightbreeze
soundchaser wrote:
C wrote:Isn't this wonderful?



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It sure is.

Nice tambourine from Crosby.


But why is he wasting his time with this bunch of losers ?

Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 16:42
by soundchaser
slightbreeze wrote:But why is he wasting his time with this bunch of losers ?


Probably a bit lost, by the look of it.

Re: PROG CORNER

Posted: 31 Oct 2019, 16:45
by C
slightbreeze wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
C wrote:Isn't this wonderful?



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It sure is.

Nice tambourine from Crosby.


But why is he wasting his time with this bunch of losers ?

This really made me laugh Chris

Good lad :lol:






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