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Thread: The Prog Appreciation Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogen View Post
    Huh, I get This video is not available...
    If you visit Keneally's website, you can click on RadioKeneally (hover over "Music" with cursor) and listen to all of his music 24/7. Included are numerous album tracks and unreleased live recordings, as well as some sideman sessions. http://www.keneally.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogen View Post
    Huh, I get This video is not available...
    It was the same for me but I could access it without problems via youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morimur View Post
    Looks like you and I are the only ones, Simon.
    Well now. You disappoint me, Morimur! I've declared myself as nr. 3 in the row of Zevious-appreciators! Not even a like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morimur View Post
    Talk about humor in music...

    Thanks a lot for posting this one. It is incredibly humourous (especially at 6:37). I wonder: did Ligeti write the choreography also?

    I found out she is Barbara Hannigan. I vaguely know her name but what an incredible performer. She reminds me of Cathy Berberian (and Berio) and also of Iva Bittová. Does anybody here know Iva Bittová? I'll be glad to post on her.

    I did have Mezzo on cable television and enjoyed it a lot but then the ******** sold our small (regional) cable television company to one of the national players. (They are called Caiway and they are of course only in it for the money). First thing they did is kick out 3 stations I liked to watch from the basic subscription.
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    More prog—I am giving you gold here, guys...


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    This is what I consider good prog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regenmusic View Post


    This is what I consider good prog.
    Meh. Pseudo medieval folk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morimur View Post
    Meh. Pseudo medieval folk.
    Or, Genesis with less edge - Phillips was their first guitarist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morimur View Post
    Meh. Pseudo medieval folk.
    I knew you were going to dis that album! I've actually never listened to it, but I've heard enough about it to get a feeling for it. Sounds like early Genesis.

    I used to listen to an album called The Master & The Musician by Phil Keaggy. It's a bit meatier than the Anthony Philips album, but Phil said it inspired his album. Here's a couple of tracks. This first one features some really inspired playing, and it has a beautiful melody.




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    Phil does some very innovative harmonic stuff if you just dig around for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regenmusic View Post
    Phil does some very innovative harmonic stuff if you just dig around for it.
    I got a bit bored with Phil Keaggy because he's been using the same techniques for so long, and it became too predictable. The Michael Hedges inspired fretboard slapping thing he's been doing for over 25 years now. I thought he did it best on his 1991 album Beyond Nature. It's a great album with some excellent material, and good production and sound. But then he just kept doing it to death.

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    No one likes Heldon, Aphrodite's Child or Igor Wakhévitch? Flabbergasted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morimur View Post
    No one likes Heldon, Aphrodite's Child or Igor Wakhévitch? Flabbergasted!
    I'm not much of a space rocker. And a lot of that stuff sounds too dated.

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    The mighty CAN...



    Amon Düül

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