Lord Rother’s One a Day

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby C » 14 Sep 2021, 10:32

Lord Rother wrote:


I rest my case regarding post-W&W Genesis...

No thank you Bob.

The Czar album is a corker though

Good lad

Yes, good lad





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Rorschach wrote:Is this one of those references that only prog goons get?

Why would you expect otherwise?

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 14 Sep 2021, 22:24

Not what you’d expect from Manilow - 2 am Paradise Cafe is a really nice album, the whole thing recorded live in one take apparently. (It does have that feel to it.)


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 16 Sep 2021, 23:32

Got to be one of the heaviest songs ever to reach the UK Top 10.


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Rorschach » 17 Sep 2021, 07:31

Lord Rother wrote:Got to be one of the heaviest songs ever to reach the UK Top 10.



Not my kind of thing these days but I loved it at the time and I have to admit it does have lots of energy.
The vocals annoy me though. Maybe it's just my imagination, but I feel like he's taking it a bit seriously.

And they all have awful hair.
Bugger off.

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby robertff » 17 Sep 2021, 11:08

Rorschach wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:Got to be one of the heaviest songs ever to reach the UK Top 10.



Not my kind of thing these days but I loved it at the time and I have to admit it does have lots of energy.
The vocals annoy me though. Maybe it's just my imagination, but I feel like he's taking it a bit seriously.

And they all have awful hair.



I like this well enough Lord, even got their first LP, never really liked the hysterical laughing bits much though. Gurvitz brothers wasn't it?


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby robertff » 17 Sep 2021, 11:09

Lord Rother wrote:




I like the Strokes well enough, got this album.

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 17 Sep 2021, 11:42

robertff wrote:
Rorschach wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:Got to be one of the heaviest songs ever to reach the UK Top 10.



Not my kind of thing these days but I loved it at the time and I have to admit it does have lots of energy.
The vocals annoy me though. Maybe it's just my imagination, but I feel like he's taking it a bit seriously.

And they all have awful hair.



I like this well enough Lord, even got their first LP, never really liked the hysterical laughing bits much though. Gurvitz brothers wasn't it?


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Yes indeed, or Curtis as they were at that time!

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 17 Sep 2021, 11:52

Californian band the members of which have heavy metal roots but formed this band for their more progressive leanings. It is not heavy metal and is an excellent album. Released in 2016 I have been eagerly awaiting a follow up but nothing showing as yet.

Vaneta - Ferroform (from the album Antimemory)