Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:28

toomanyhatz wrote:Still working so got this on in the background. Enjoying it muchly, particularly the tubs doing their thing. Jaki could keep it sounding so light, despite the fact that he might be being 'busy' if you break it down. Really an incredibly supportive drummer.

Sort of the anti-Ginger Baker, in fact. :D


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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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toomanyhatz wrote:Still working so got this on in the background. Enjoying it muchly, particularly the tubs doing their thing. Jaki could keep it sounding so light, despite the fact that he might be being 'busy' if you break it down. Really an incredibly supportive drummer.

Sort of the anti-Ginger Baker, in fact. :D


He would need to wrest that title from Jack Bruce, I believe...

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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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toomanyhatz wrote:Still working so got this on in the background. Enjoying it muchly, particularly the tubs doing their thing. Jaki could keep it sounding so light, despite the fact that he might be being 'busy' if you break it down. Really an incredibly supportive drummer.

Sort of the anti-Ginger Baker, in fact. :D







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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:30

Six String wrote:
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kath wrote:a current passport is step numero uno.


Indeed lass

You can't get very far without it!





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I just got my new one last month. Decided on getting the i.d. card version too for domestic travel after October since I don’t have a “real i.d. card” yet.


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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 21 May 2021, 21:30

Keyboard sound from Kraftwerk's Ralph Und Florian album...

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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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LMG wrote:
toomanyhatz wrote:Still working so got this on in the background. Enjoying it muchly, particularly the tubs doing their thing. Jaki could keep it sounding so light, despite the fact that he might be being 'busy' if you break it down. Really an incredibly supportive drummer.

Sort of the anti-Ginger Baker, in fact. :D


He would need to wrest that title from Jack Bruce, I believe...


mwhahahahaa

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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:31

Quite a short album.

Anyone up for the following songs?




C wrote:Scally: a very warm, sincere and amusing man. Like me he loved Audience - we used to talk about them on a regular basis over the years. He liked his prog.

Let's perhaps listen to one or two tracks of one of Scally's fave albums







The world is a sadder place.

RIP my friend






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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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toomanyhatz wrote:Still working so got this on in the background. Enjoying it muchly, particularly the tubs doing their thing. Jaki could keep it sounding so light, despite the fact that he might be being 'busy' if you break it down. Really an incredibly supportive drummer.

Sort of the anti-Ginger Baker, in fact. :D


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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Six String » 21 May 2021, 21:31

Really liked that track (ended around 29 min. according to my utube.
Gone to hell
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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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John aka Josh wrote:Quite a short album.

Anyone up for the following songs?




C wrote:Scally: a very warm, sincere and amusing man. Like me he loved Audience - we used to talk about them on a regular basis over the years. He liked his prog.

Let's perhaps listen to one or two tracks of one of Scally's fave albums







The world is a sadder place.

RIP my friend






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I was going to suggest that JJ

I think it's fitting for those that can stay around





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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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John aka Josh wrote:Quite a short album.

Anyone up for the following songs?




C wrote:Scally: a very warm, sincere and amusing man. Like me he loved Audience - we used to talk about them on a regular basis over the years. He liked his prog.

Let's perhaps listen to one or two tracks of one of Scally's fave albums







The world is a sadder place.

RIP my friend






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i'm up for it.

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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:32

Great tubs




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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Six String » 21 May 2021, 21:32

I’ve only got the original album here so I can’t go further.
Vocals! Where did they come from? Was that a glitch in my source? The song went away and it went back to the program afaik. Weird.
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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:33

C wrote:Great tubs




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yes indeed

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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 21 May 2021, 21:34

On an early k-rock note, for UK listeners:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pink-Years-Alb ... sic&sr=1-1

Latest remasterings of the first four Tangerine Dream albums. Cheap as chips.

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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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LMG wrote:Keyboard sound from Kraftwerk's Ralph Und Florian album...


Yes. I love R&F





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Re: PSL: May Birthday Bash #2, Jaki Liebezeit, Friday 21st @ 9pm [UK]

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Six String wrote:I’ve only got the original album here so I can’t go further.
Vocals! Where did they come from? Was that a glitch in my source? The song went away and it went back to the program afaik. Weird.






I've just finished the album too, no bonus tracks.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:35

so... is someone gonna hit the cue for audience?

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Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:35

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Now?





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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:36

kath wrote:so... is someone gonna hit the cue for audience?



Have just hit House on the Hill - happy to restart - 21: 40 OK?
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