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Who are you listening too?

Post by yeshead 777 » Sat Jul 01, 2006 4:12 am

I've been in a post Riverbend mood-listening to the Allman Bros.,Oteil and the Peacemakers, UI BLue, and Al DiMeola pretty much exclusively for two weeks-starting to get burnt a little on everything except Oteil's "Believer" CD. This is totally incredible-whether you're into juzz, funk, blues or not-GREAT STUFF! Also been folding back in a little prog:GH,SH,FK,Neal Morse,etc.
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Post by yeshead 777 » Sat Jul 01, 2006 4:13 am

Oh yea-Caedmon's Call and Warren Barfield also!
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Post by Moog Taurus » Sat Jul 01, 2006 5:37 am

Shadowlands is this weeks most listened to CD , very solid listen.
Porcupine Tree and Pendragon have also hit the CD player. :D

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Post by Bnielsen » Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:41 am

Japanese band that opened NEARFest this year called KBB: their two albums "Four Corner's Sky" and "Lost and Found".

4 guys, no vocals... think Camel's insturmental songs with lead violin. VERY good stuff.
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Post by alien2112 » Sat Jul 01, 2006 11:44 am

Hmmm . . . stuff from my dad's collection:

Genesis: Trick of the Tail
Rush: Signals; Grace Under Pressure; Test for Echo
Dixie Dregs: Night of the Living Dregs; Dregs of the Earth

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Post by Prog Music's Frank » Sat Jul 01, 2006 12:14 pm

The Dregs! Cool!
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Post by johnc » Sun Jul 02, 2006 12:00 am

CDs in the car's player today included stuff by The Lens and Salem Hill. Took a spin through Perelandra earlier this week.
alien2112 wrote:Hmmm . . . stuff from my dad's collection:

Genesis: Trick of the Tail
Rush: Signals; Grace Under Pressure; Test for Echo
Dixie Dregs: Night of the Living Dregs; Dregs of the Earth
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Post by yeshead 777 » Sun Jul 02, 2006 3:19 am

alien2112 wrote:Hmmm . . . stuff from my dad's collection:

Genesis: Trick of the Tail
Rush: Signals; Grace Under Pressure; Test for Echo
Dixie Dregs: Night of the Living Dregs; Dregs of the Earth
UGH-------Makes me feel old, too bad I didn't keep those for my kids' collections. Had to go back years later and buy the remastered CD's.Boy-you must be young!-Test for Echo?93?
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Post by Elric » Sun Jul 02, 2006 5:27 am

A bunch of hens at work.....think I will find a place for peace and quiet and listen to some Rush, Yes or GH :wink:
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Post by Alatar » Sun Jul 02, 2006 12:22 pm

Recently I got a bunch of CD's to review, so I've been listening to Neil Morse and Farpoint a fair bit in the last week (Neil Morse's album is the equal of many classic Spock's Beard albums, unlike Octane which was only so-so). Having written the review I don't think I'll be listening to Farpoint again. Other albums I got for review that were rather good were Willowglass - s/t, The Tangent - A Place in the Queue and John Wetton - Amata (live solo album).

I have also bought a few CD's, including one by a Quebecois band called Harmonium, which is really nice, and the latest album by Italian retro band La Maschera di Cera.

At the moment my computer is playing my music on shuffle mode. The current track is Пробуждане, by FSB from Bulgaria, but when I started writing it was Kate Bush.
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Post by johnc » Sun Jul 02, 2006 1:20 pm

Alatar wrote:I've been listening to Neil Morse and Farpoint a fair bit in the last week
Farpoint's playing RogueFest this coming weekend; maybe I'll get there in time to hear their set. Which CD of theirs did you review?

T4E (shorthand for Test For Echo) came out in '96.
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Post by alien2112 » Sun Jul 02, 2006 5:00 pm

yeshead 777 wrote:
alien2112 wrote:Hmmm . . . stuff from my dad's collection:

Genesis: Trick of the Tail
Rush: Signals; Grace Under Pressure; Test for Echo
Dixie Dregs: Night of the Living Dregs; Dregs of the Earth
UGH-------Makes me feel old, too bad I didn't keep those for my kids' collections. Had to go back years later and buy the remastered CD's.Boy-you must be young!-Test for Echo?93?
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Post by yeshead 777 » Sun Jul 02, 2006 8:34 pm

Elric wrote:A bunch of hens at work.....think I will find a place for peace and quiet and listen to some Rush, Yes or GH :wink:
You don't know the true meanins of HENS son! I swim in a Estorgen ocean at home and my other job-you just got 3 days(Soon to be 5) of it-with alot less estrogen!!!But its about to get worse for you my son-you are in my prayers!
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Post by Reepicheep » Sun Jul 02, 2006 9:03 pm

I am currently obsessed with Mike Doughty who had been the frontman for the band Soul Coughing-I LOVE his solo stuff.

I also really, REALLY like Audioslave, which consists of Chris Cornell (Ex-Lead singer of Soundgarden) and some former members of Rage Against The Machine.

I'm just starting to listen to Sufjan Stevens and also, The Finn Brothers.
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Post by yeshead 777 » Sun Jul 02, 2006 11:20 pm

GFTO and Relayer-today.
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