The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby C » 06 Feb 2013, 21:39

pb wrote:I am unable to make any comment. Any attempt to do so will be construed as an attempt to rally the Prog Corner block vote behind my list.

;)



I'll have to re-check the lists and find the one with a Bay City Roller track

Indeed, I'll have to re-check the lists and find the one with a Bay City Roller track






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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby soundchaser » 06 Feb 2013, 21:43

pb wrote:I am unable to make any comment. Any attempt to do so will be construed as an attempt to rally the Prog Corner block vote behind my list.

;)


We're right behind you PB. Now, if only we knew which was your list we could block vote for you :lol:.

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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby BlueMeanie » 09 Feb 2013, 07:35

soundchaser wrote:
BlueMeanie wrote:
Jeemo wrote:I'm still in, am I a goon though?


Me too.


Anyone defeated in the first round with a passing interest in prog goonery is eligible to play if they want to. It doesn't have to be an even number of people, as I'm going to put individual lists up first for a vote off. The top three songs songs in each list will then go forward to a shoot-off final. If there are ties for songs in any particular list (which is likely, given that there will probably only be a few entrants.), I'll pm the person concerned and ask them to choose their favourite(s) from their tied songs. I'll start the competition in a weeks time and it will run in the BCB Cups and competitions forum. So far, I make it:

soundchaser
Carlsson
Blue Meanie
Jeemo

Anyone else?


I meant, I'm still in the cup.
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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby C » 14 Feb 2013, 19:56

kath wrote:The Church - Tristesse Link


Have I ever told you about the time I spent an hour and a half chatting to the bloke with the hyphenated name in a curry house in Shoreham-on-Sea?

I'm sure I haven't.

Anyway, a big Jethro Tull and Gentle Giant fan

I hadn't got a clue who he was and I had never heard of The Church

Oh, I have told you?

Have I...?







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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby BlueMeanie » 21 Feb 2013, 15:03

Knocked out in me prime!

01. Can - Millionspiel Listen
02. Dr. John - Black Widow Spider Listen
03. Roxy Music - Song For Europe Listen
04. Joni Mitchell - Coyote Listen
05. John Cale - Ghost Story Listen
06. The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - Lobby Listen
07. Ferrante And Teicher - Man From Mars Listen
08. Nico - All That Is My Own Listen
09. Laurie Anderson - From The Air Listen
10. Low - Walk Into The Sea Listen
11. John Coltrane - Blue Train Listen
12. The Blue Nile - The Downtown Lights Listen
13. Tim Buckley - Dolphins (Whistle Test version) Listen
14. The BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Dr. Who Theme Listen
15. Yo La Tengo - Moby Octopad Listen
16. Van Morrison - And the Healing Has Begun Listen
17. X-TG Feat. Marc Almond - The Falconer Listen
18. Martin Newell - Before The Hurricane Listen
19. Villagers - I Saw The Dead Listen
20. Zoë Keating - Escape Artist Listen
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Postby Loki » 21 Feb 2013, 18:25

BlueMeanie wrote:Knocked out in me prime!

01. Can - Millionspiel Listen
02. Dr. John - Black Widow Spider Listen
03. Roxy Music - Song For Europe Listen
04. Joni Mitchell - Coyote Listen
05. John Cale - Ghost Story Listen
06. The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble - Lobby Listen
07. Ferrante And Teicher - Man From Mars Listen
08. Nico - All That Is My Own Listen
09. Laurie Anderson - From The Air Listen
10. Low - Walk Into The Sea Listen
11. John Coltrane - Blue Train Listen
12. The Blue Nile - The Downtown Lights Listen
13. Tim Buckley - Dolphins (Whistle Test version) Listen
14. The BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Dr. Who Theme Listen
15. Yo La Tengo - Moby Octopad Listen
16. Van Morrison - And the Healing Has Begun Listen
17. X-TG Feat. Marc Almond - The Falconer Listen
18. Martin Newell - Before The Hurricane Listen
19. Villagers - I Saw The Dead Listen
20. Zoë Keating - Escape Artist Listen


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Postby Loki » 21 Feb 2013, 18:28

Is there going to be a Prog Cup this year?
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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby C » 21 Feb 2013, 20:17

Loki wrote:Is there going to be a Prog Cup this year?



Yes.

Indeed yes

Trans-Chigley is on the case I think... :?

Ray?

I say, Ray?






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Postby lord_of_light88 » 28 Feb 2013, 23:41

Loki wrote:Is there going to be a Prog Cup this year?


If there is, I'd like to play.
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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby kath » 01 Mar 2013, 17:42

lord_of_light88 wrote:
Loki wrote:Is there going to be a Prog Cup this year?


If there is, I'd like to play.


there will be, and you certainly may play... once you submit yer entrance fee.*


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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby Loki » 01 Mar 2013, 19:03

Ugh, how much are you soaking us for this year, kath? :|
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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby kath » 01 Mar 2013, 19:18

Loki wrote:Ugh, how much are you soaking us for this year, kath? :|


i'm thinkin a dozen choco chip, a dozen peanut butter, a dozen of those lemmony things with the powdered sugah on top, some kinda combo choco chip with nuts just so reap and attila won't touch the fucquers... and *just* to make things interesting and new this year, a few off-cookiedom choices, like cheesecake bites and oooof choco-covered strawberries. ya. ya. YUM.

oh, and y'all can hang up the whole 'remastered' 'remixed' bit when it comes to cookies. gimme home-made or gimme fucque the hell off.

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Postby Loki » 01 Mar 2013, 19:23

Would you settle for some snickerdoodles? I make 'em good. :)
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Re: The best BCB Cup entry from a prog goon...?

Postby kath » 01 Mar 2013, 19:26

ooo ooo. what's a snickerdoodle? i dunno what it is, but it's a wonderfullllll name.

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Postby Loki » 02 Mar 2013, 01:11

I think it's an American thing....I'd heard of them but never knew what the hell they are til I looked it up just before Christmas....it's a basic cookie dough that you roll into a ball, cover with cinnamon sugar and they magically turn into delicious cinnamon cookies. They don't look like much, but....

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Postby Loki » 03 Mar 2013, 22:35

C wrote:
Loki wrote:Is there going to be a Prog Cup this year?



Yes.

Indeed yes

Trans-Chigley is on the case I think... :?

Ray?

I say, Ray?






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When? :)
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