PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1 FULL TIME

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby Lord Rother » 27 Mar 2013, 13:42

Lord Rother wrote:B is right up my street.

A is a plodding spacey rock-out that has never done much for me.

So B it is.


Just listened to the rest of the album - turgid stuff. Prog at its worst - a la Soft Machine and all that other tuneless nurdly self indulgent rubbish.

The 5 minutes chosen (which I did like) is the only bit of the entire album that makes any musical sense to me.

C minus I'd say.

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby Maryann » 27 Mar 2013, 13:59

don't hold back, Lord, tell us what you really think... :P

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby Lord Rother » 27 Mar 2013, 14:49

Sometimes one has to let rip a little. I've already been through the polite and semi-constructive stage. Imagine what I'll be like in a couple of months time.

Hopefully my mood will ebb and flow, but there hasn't half been some rubbish posted up in the name of prog so far.... ;)

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby Maryann » 27 Mar 2013, 15:18

:lol: the game is still young...

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby soundchaser » 27 Mar 2013, 16:20

Lord Rother wrote:Hopefully my mood will ebb and flow, but there hasn't half been some rubbish posted up in the name of prog so far.... ;)


Oh, I didn't think the Big Big Train was that bad, certainly not rubbish.

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby C » 27 Mar 2013, 16:38

I love Gilgamesh - I have both of their 70s albums.

Led by Alan Goven heformed Gilgamesh in 1973 and started a collaboration with Hatfield and the North, eventually founding National Health with Hatfield and the North's keyboardist Dave Stewart in 1975

A great choice

As much as I love Hawkwind

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby Lord Rother » 27 Mar 2013, 17:15

soundchaser wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:Hopefully my mood will ebb and flow, but there hasn't half been some rubbish posted up in the name of prog so far.... ;)


Oh, I didn't think the Big Big Train was that bad, certainly not rubbish.


:D No indeed - at least it had a melody.

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby soundchaser » 27 Mar 2013, 19:40

Lord Rother wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:Hopefully my mood will ebb and flow, but there hasn't half been some rubbish posted up in the name of prog so far.... ;)


Oh, I didn't think the Big Big Train was that bad, certainly not rubbish.


:D No indeed - at least it had a melody.


:D. Actually, I've been listening to some of English Electric on You Tube today and enjoying it very much. I also checked them out on Wiki and was surprised to see they come from just up the road from me in Bournemouth: shows how much I'm out of the loop these days :oops:. I'm certainly going to do some further investigating, so you might see me in post-prog corner yet ;).

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby Apollo's Frock » 27 Mar 2013, 19:50

B

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby algroth » 28 Mar 2013, 01:09

I thought it'd be worth mentioning - today I went shopping and spotted Gilgamesh's debut. Took it back with me. :)

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby trans-chigley express » 28 Mar 2013, 04:03

Maryann wrote:don't hold back, Lord, tell us what you really think... :P


Just wait until he gets stuck into Tangerine Dream.......

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby Maryann » 28 Mar 2013, 04:47

:lol: oh i can hardly wait to see what that's like...

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1

Postby trans-chigley express » 28 Mar 2013, 11:05

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A - Pigpen 9
B - Dust & Guitars 12

An early upset!

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1 FULL TIME

Postby kath » 28 Mar 2013, 22:36

congrats, dust, on the first win in the competition and yer first win as a prog prem competitor.

meanwhile...

dear pigpen~~

do notice i voted for you. sure, i didn't KNOW it was you, and it wouldn't've mattered if i had. however, i think it is relevant and significant that i voted for you, all the same, even though you are cheating scum. with that in mind, i think you owe me one (1) beverage of my choosing at the next synch listen, as imaginary as it'll be. in hono(u)r of lemmy, i say i want a double shot of jack, water & ice on the side.

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Re: PP2013-G1-R1-Match 1 FULL TIME

Postby C' » 29 Mar 2013, 00:21

kath wrote:congrats, dust, on the first win in the competition and yer first win as a prog prem competitor.



You're a good lass even though you voted against me!!

It didn't look good early doors mind you

However i'm delighted with the 3 points, we could have folded after a shaky start but dug in, clawed our way back into the match, showed grit & determination & the 2nd half performance was much improved
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