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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by Martyn » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:26 pm

I have no problem at all with Gong Twiggs (although I didn't get along with the last album that faaip kindly sent me).

Of course, Wyatt and Allen do have shared musical history.
Bates, GFH, Cellino: Same s**t, different arseholes.

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by white.riot » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:33 pm

Double post - oops!
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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by Twiggster » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:34 pm

Guildford White wrote:I have no problem at all with Gong Twiggs (although I didn't get along with the last album that faaip kindly sent me).

Of course, Wyatt and Allen do have shared musical history.
Faaip sent me that too...I also wasn't blown away, but a couple of tracks were good...yes, mate I do know of Daevid and Rob's history with Soft Machine...tho I never rated the band..bit too jazzy for me back then, in my hippy/trippy years... :-D

I was making the comment that if I'd heard the track you posted by RW without knowing who it was - my first guess would have been Daevid Allen.

Hope you had a great time in King Arthurland on hols, mate! :thup:



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Post by Twiggster » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:39 pm

white.riot wrote:Double post - oops!
AAGH you edited at the same time as me and now both yer posts are gone! :shock: Please can you post that again as it was excellent! Thanks!

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by 1964white » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:40 pm

white.riot wrote:Double post - oops!
Spit it out then riot :-D

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by Twiggster » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:42 pm

1964white wrote: Spit it out then riot :-D
Worth waiting for when he posts it again, Leon!

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by CSA » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:43 pm

been indulging in a bit of Boz this aft couldn't resist posting this classic.. get his anthology you wont be dissapointed

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by 1964white » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:44 pm

Twiggster wrote: Worth waiting for when he posts it again, Leon!
Still comtemplating a playlist Billy boy :-D

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by barryanorak » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:46 pm

Just a quick update - Tull were fab.

Shame IA's voice is completely shot, but they compensate by playing more of the instrumental stuff.


Professional, tight and the sound was as clear as I've ever heard it at a gig.


Turning out to be a good year for gigs.

Aynsley Lister
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Jethro Tull - done

Hayley Glennie Smith
Wally
Transatlantic
Steve Hogarth
Suzanne Vega - to come - all before the end of June



Hurrah!
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Music so wishes to be heard that it sometimes calls on unlikely characters to give it voice...


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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by 1964white » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:46 pm

CSA wrote:been indulging in a bit of Boz this aft couldn't resist posting this classic.. get his anthology you wont be dissapointed

Yes i need to add some Boz to my collection, had Silk Degrees many moons ago

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by 1964white » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:48 pm

barryanorak wrote:Just a quick update - Tull were fab.

Shame IA's voice is completely shot, but they compensate by playing more of the instrumental stuff.


Professional, tight and the sound was as clear as I've ever heard it at a gig.


Turning out to be a good year for gigs.

Aynsley Lister
It Bites
Jethro Tull - done

Hayley Glennie Smith
Wally
Transatlantic
Steve Hogarth
Suzanne Vega - to come - all before the end of June



Hurrah!
Hayley & Wally :scarf1:

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by CSA » Fri Apr 02, 2010 9:55 pm

1964white wrote: Hayley & Wally :scarf1:

Suzanne Vega now theres a blast from the past, 'Solitude Standing' great album remember going out and buying that on the strength of 'Toms Diner'
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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by barryanorak » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:00 pm

CSA wrote:

Suzanne Vega now theres a blast from the past, 'Solitude Standing' great album remember going out and buying that on the strength of 'Toms Diner'

Saw her on every date of her first tour in the UK.

Seen her maybe ten times since.

Revised for my finals at Uni to a backdrop of 'Days of Open Hand' (amongst a couple of others)


Lovely singer, brilliant songwriter and a consumate performer.


Not exactly prolific though - she's always gone for quality over quantity.
Music so wishes to be heard that it sometimes calls on unlikely characters to give it voice...


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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by white.riot » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:03 pm

triple post . . . .

Dammers played a couple of Alice Coltrane tracks at The Bridgewater Hall on Tuesday. Alice's 'Ptah,The El Daoud' is a wonderful album. Here's part of the title tune - part 2 is available on U Tube as well:


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Post by Twiggster » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:03 pm

Poor times for gigs in Copenhagen recently...

James Taylor suffered from abysmal sound - the wonkers on the desk had no idea! I said just turn off the pa and let his sound play. They did and the last ½ hour was intimately great! I have applied for a job as soundman at that place - wish me luck!

Wishbone Ash I didn't bother with as only one original member...it was pishing down that night too and I just couldn't make the effort.

Fabulous Thunderbirds...old farts going thu the motions and no SRV to take it higher...very disappointing :cry:

Waiting for a pop festival on the beach here in our village this June...RAMMSTEIN are headlining! I will be there with wife and son, as we are all fans...tho we could stay at home and hear it from our terrace! :lol:


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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by Twiggster » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:05 pm

white.riot wrote:triple post . . . .

Dammers played a couple of Alice Coltrane tracks at The Bridgewater Hall on Tuesday. Alice's 'Ptah,The El Daoud' is a wonderful album. Here's part of the title tune - part 2 is available on U Tube as well:

YESS! You got it back! :thup:

Absolutely wonderful! 8-) The sax parts sometimes irritate...but the piano is muckin fagick! :-D

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by white.riot » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:06 pm

1964white wrote: Yes i need to add some Boz to my collection, had Silk Degrees many moons ago

Slow Dancer is the pinnacle of Scaggs achievements imo (post Steve Miller of course). Steve Miller - most under rated of the 60s American top guns.

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by Twiggster » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:13 pm

white.riot wrote:
Slow Dancer is the pinnacle of Scaggs achievements imo (post Steve Miller of course). Steve Miller - most under rated of the 60s American top guns.
Sorry - he just leaves me cold...

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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by CSA » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:13 pm



This collaboration by Boz with Booker T is a classic.
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Re: O/T The Music Discussion Thread

Post by Twiggster » Fri Apr 02, 2010 10:20 pm

CSA wrote:


This collaboration by Boz with Booker T is a classic.
THAT is a fukkin GREAT track mate! Wasn't Boz tho? Just BookerT? A bit drunk here mate - who the fook was that?..It was MAGYK!

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