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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby robertff » 30 Sep 2021, 09:28

Lord Rother wrote:T2 - No More White Horses




Really good album.



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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 30 Sep 2021, 15:58

Rorschach wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:For about 20 years I really disliked Steve Hogarth’s voice then for some reason it clicked with me on F.E.A.R. Now I am catching up on Marillion and his other collaborations - this track came on a Prog playlist (not mine) today and it sounded great. The classical orchestral sound from the band really appeals. Must seek out more.

Isildurs Bane and Steve Hogarth - Peripheral Vision (from the album Colours Not Found in Nature)



Unacceptable lack of apostrophe in "Isildur's"


Yeah, I put one in to start with then remembered they don't have one... (because it had hurt my brain a couple of years ago!).

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 30 Sep 2021, 23:18

Mesmerising in its way. (After a couple of minutes restringing.)


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Hightea » 01 Oct 2021, 15:20

Lord Rother wrote:A great singles band.



I agree I only have their single's album and feel its all I need. Saw them a bunch of years ago and basically that's all they played was a good show

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Hightea » 01 Oct 2021, 15:37

Lord Rother wrote:


I'll always have a love for the first two Stokes album and still listen to them. The buzz after seeing them open for Doves in Feb of 2001 stands as one of my biggest surprises and met lots of friends from that show and the next one. They blew up shortly after along them with a bunch of other NYC bands got us thru NYC and the post 9/11 city. These years revitalized my concert going and started us going to over 40+ concerts per year for the next 20 years. Prior I was lucky to see 10 shows a year.

On a side note I once almost ran Julian over with my car and I kicked Nikolai at CBGB's by mistake.

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Hightea » 01 Oct 2021, 15:43

Lord Rother wrote:For about 20 years I really disliked Steve Hogarth’s voice then for some reason it clicked with me on F.E.A.R. Now I am catching up on Marillion and his other collaborations - this track came on a Prog playlist (not mine) today and it sounded great. The classical orchestral sound from the band really appeals. Must seek out more.

Isildurs Bane and Steve Hogarth - Peripheral Vision (from the album Colours Not Found in Nature)



thanks haven't heard this. Nice piece. I saw Isildurs Bane at NEARfest in 2002 they had a crazy setup. Mellow band but sweet sounds.

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 01 Oct 2021, 16:55

Thanks. Appreciate the comments.

You have certainly seen some bands over the years!

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby C » 01 Oct 2021, 18:48

robertff wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:T2 - No More White Horses




Really good album.



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Really good.

I saw them live



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I pole dance at the local titty bar.

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby robertff » 03 Oct 2021, 19:44

Lord Rother wrote:Mesmerising in its way. (After a couple of minutes restringing.)




Solid Air is a really good album.


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 03 Oct 2021, 20:05

The marvellous folk artist Clive Gregson with his pop band Any Trouble before he went down the folk path.


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 04 Oct 2021, 17:45

Hated it at the time, love it now.


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby slightbreeze » 04 Oct 2021, 17:59

Lord Rother wrote:Hated it at the time, love it now.


My ringtone! When my phone ever goes off in a shop, people scatter and hide ;)

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 04 Oct 2021, 20:27

:lol:

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 05 Oct 2021, 23:19

Hard to like but boy did they put out some great songs. Not a single, but just a brilliant track.


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 06 Oct 2021, 21:38

1st song I ever heard by Porcupine Tree


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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Mike Boom » 06 Oct 2021, 22:25

Lord Rother wrote:The marvellous folk artist Clive Gregson with his pop band Any Trouble before he went down the folk path.



Any Trouble were great, really great power pop

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Re: Lord Rother’s One a Day

Postby Lord Rother » 12 Oct 2021, 22:30

Beautiful.