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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 01 Oct 2021, 21:31

suddenly i find myself air drumming.

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 01 Oct 2021, 21:31

C wrote:Round and Round and Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Round




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mwhahahahahahaaaa

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 01 Oct 2021, 21:32

Got the impression Dave really enjoys singing Round and Round, he gets quite theatrical with his hand/arm gestures. Certainly relishes spitting out the lyrics.
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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Neil Jung » 01 Oct 2021, 21:33

The Cousins autobiography is on eBay at £65.
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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 01 Oct 2021, 21:34

C wrote:Round and Round and Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Round



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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 01 Oct 2021, 21:35

£65???


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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 01 Oct 2021, 21:35

every now and then a touch of gabriel goin awnnnnn

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 01 Oct 2021, 21:36

kath wrote:every now and then a touch of gabriel goin awnnnnn


Yes





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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 01 Oct 2021, 21:36

clothe me with yerrrr brightness
lay a lil light on me

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 01 Oct 2021, 21:36

C wrote:
Stephen Lambe, author of Citizens of Hope and Glory: The Story of Progressive Rock, has called it "their most prog album" and has identified John Hawken's Mellotron playing as "a particular highlight". The album ranked number 44 in 50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time list of Rolling Stone magazine.





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It's certainly up there for me, though I think of it a little as their Abbey Road - a variety of rich sounds, generally smooth. Was rather fixated on it a year or two ago, playing at least once daily for a few weeks.
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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Neil Jung » 01 Oct 2021, 21:37

Neil Jung wrote:The Cousins autobiography is on eBay at £65.


Make that £84 and another at £250!

I’m here. Just can’t get a word in.

The production is very good.
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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 01 Oct 2021, 21:37

John Hawken needs so much credit for his contribution on this album

They all do but the keyboards throughout are very special




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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Hightea » 01 Oct 2021, 21:37

C wrote:Round and Round and Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Roundand Round and Round




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:lol: i repeat myself when i'm distressed

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 01 Oct 2021, 21:38

John aka Josh wrote:
C wrote:
Stephen Lambe, author of Citizens of Hope and Glory: The Story of Progressive Rock, has called it "their most prog album" and has identified John Hawken's Mellotron playing as "a particular highlight". The album ranked number 44 in 50 Greatest Prog Rock Albums of All Time list of Rolling Stone magazine.





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It's certainly up there for me, though I think of it a little as their Abbey Road - a variety of rich sounds, generally smooth. Was rather fixated on it a year or two ago, playing at least once daily for a few weeks.


some beatlish runs in this here song

i love all of this

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 01 Oct 2021, 21:38

kath wrote:every now and then a touch of gabriel goin awnnnnn






Now you mention it, yes.




And the descending riff in Lay A Little Light is rather She's So Heavy.
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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 01 Oct 2021, 21:38

Phoney profiteers suitably seeming sad
Preparing for the kingdom
Annointing us with wisdom
Convinced that we'll be glad






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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Hightea » 01 Oct 2021, 21:39

C wrote:John Hawken needs so much credit for his contribution on this album

They all do but the keyboards throughout are very special




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agree really thought that when I saw it live.

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 01 Oct 2021, 21:39

Neil Jung wrote:I’m here. Just can’t get a word in.


sorry about that. mwhahahaa.i get all babbly and whatnot

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 01 Oct 2021, 21:40

John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:every now and then a touch of gabriel goin awnnnnn






Now you mention it, yes.




And the descending riff in Lay A Little Light is rather She's So Heavy.


yes! you are hearing what i hear

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Re: PSL: Strawbs - Friday 1st Oct @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 01 Oct 2021, 21:40

Still Small Voice - I'm in

(it's only a couple,of minutes)




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