Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:43

Indian Summer






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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:44

kath wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:When the band returns after the sax section, post drum solo, I can just visualise an idiot dancer flailing manically!




Takes me back, this does.


mwhahaha. i flail all the time, but it usually ends up with an ice pack and advil.






:lol: :lol: :lol:




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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby LMG » 21 May 2021, 21:44

Serious Tull vibes in this flute work.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:44

this really is all awash in its own wickedness. i love it.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:44

Did we do this as a PSL within the last year or two?
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby toomanyhatz » 21 May 2021, 21:44

Still here. I'm a little behind, but I'm listening.
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John aka Josh wrote:Did we do this as a PSL within the last year or two?


I believe we did.

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Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:45

toomanyhatz wrote:Still here. I'm a little behind, but I'm listening.






Excellent.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby Six String » 21 May 2021, 21:45

Audience did have their own sound.
Gone to hell
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Postby LMG » 21 May 2021, 21:45

I got this album in a charity shop for a pound on CD at the end of last year.

Played a lot since.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby never/ever » 21 May 2021, 21:45

Werth has got a set of Fogerty-an pipes on him.....

Indian Summer is gorgeous.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:46

LMG wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:Did we do this as a PSL within the last year or two?


I believe we did.





Phew.





Memory not totally shot.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:46

John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:When the band returns after the sax section, post drum solo, I can just visualise an idiot dancer flailing manically!




Takes me back, this does.


mwhahaha. i flail all the time, but it usually ends up with an ice pack and advil.






:lol: :lol: :lol:




Take care, y'hear.


welllll, ya know i've been this way all my life. i've broken every bone excepting ribs, skull, and femur.

the good thing: my sister is a retired ER doc. mwhahahaha.

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never/ever wrote:Werth has got a set of Fogerty-an pipes on him.....

Indian Summer is gorgeous.


i lovelovelove it.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:47

LMG wrote:Serious Tull vibes in this flute work.


Indeed

Possibly their lack of popularity might be that they couldn't be compartmentalised

Acoustic guitar and saxes/flute....

Unusual

Plus the compositions

[as Les said above they had their own sound and good on them!]





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Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:47

Jackdaw

A corker!




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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby Six String » 21 May 2021, 21:48

kath wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:
mwhahaha. i flail all the time, but it usually ends up with an ice pack and advil.






:lol: :lol: :lol:




Take care, y'hear.


welllll, ya know i've been this way all my life. i've broken every bone excepting ribs, skull, and femur.

the good thing: my sister is a retired ER doc. mwhahahaha.


There’s still time. Ribs are easy!
Gone to hell
Back by eight.

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby John aka Josh » 21 May 2021, 21:48

LMG wrote:I got this album in a charity shop for a pound on CD at the end of last year.

Played a lot since.




Bargain!!!



My greatest prog bargain is Nektar's Tab in the Ocean, costing a mighty 20p from the recycling shop at my local tip. Sadly the tip is now under different management and the shop at the site is no more.
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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby kath » 21 May 2021, 21:48

lovely pickery on jackdaw

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Re: Butch/Jaki and a farewell to Scally.

Postby C » 21 May 2021, 21:48

A nice tempo/style change!




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