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Post by johnc » Sun Dec 17, 2006 10:11 am

Right now, I'm listening to the roar of the washer on spin cycle. I can tell you who I will be listening to later today--Moya Brennan, who was part of the Irish band Clannad, will be performing in a Christmas music program at Atlanta's Emory University tonight. I'm a bit of a Clannad fan, and have always enjoyed Moya's voice. A friend who lives in Ohio all but begged me to call her from the show so she could listen it.
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Post by Thimon » Wed Dec 20, 2006 9:46 am

So I bought 2 albums of Sigur Rós.
( ) and Ágætis Byrjun.

I like them both .. very experimental..
The most interesting is that the bassist
sometimes uses a E-bow.
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Post by johnc » Thu Dec 21, 2006 9:45 pm

"Arisen" by our very own mflorio. I dig this! :D
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Post by Alatar » Fri Dec 22, 2006 7:18 am

Well, I got a bunch of stuff recently, but I'm really liking Uzva. Wonderful mellow jazz influenced stuff from Finland (country full of trees). I have also just picked up Wobbler, which is probably more appreciated around here. Hinterland is a moncter of a track, and highly recommended to fans of Anglagard.

I hae also been listening to "Catfish Rising" by Jethro Tull, because I have just writtem a review for them. I feel a little silly because I forgot to mention that "Talll Thin Girl" is a nineties version of "Fat Man".

By the way, are their any substantial samplers for the mflorio stuff?
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Post by mflorio » Fri Dec 22, 2006 11:03 am

johnc wrote:"Arisen" by our very own mflorio. I dig this! :D
Thanks John, glad you like it ! :D
Alatar wrote: By the way, are their any substantial samplers for the mflorio stuff?
Lots of clips at my site (below).
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Post by Moog Taurus » Fri Dec 22, 2006 2:25 pm

Dug out " Logos " by Tangerine Dream today , serious loudspeaker testing stuff :D

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Post by Moog Taurus » Sun Feb 25, 2007 3:58 pm

Spent the day watching King Crimson :D
" Eyes Wide Open "and "Neal And Jack And Me " .
Adrian Belew really enjoys himself when playing live .
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Post by yeshead 777 » Tue Feb 27, 2007 2:41 am

Moog Taurus wrote:Spent the day watching King Crimson :D
" Eyes Wide Open "and "Neal And Jack And Me " .
Adrian Belew really enjoys himself when playing live .
8)
Yes-He does. saw him last year with his trio-Freaking incredible! Listening to:Blackfield(Steven Wilson of PT's side project)-very nice mellow stuff-the new one comes out next week,Kansas-Vinyl confessions,Opeth-Damnation, and Jeremy Camp-Worship project. Varied enough for ya?
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