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    Can has a good sound, but they're more of a jam band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morimur View Post
    More prog—I am giving you gold here, guys...

    Is that the same Aphrodite's Child I know some top 40 songs of from my childhood?
    The same band that played this one:



    Before Demis Roussos took on his solo career of sentimental tearjerkers? It surely had something.

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    These tracks are from a CD I have. I enjoy this album a lot! The album title is Blue.
    Although this tune has some metal riffs, overall it's not a metal album.




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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    These tracks are from a CD I have. I enjoy this album a lot! The album title is Blue.
    Although this tune has some metal riffs, overall it's not a metal album.



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    Two communist manifestos by Henry Cow. First one live. Does it get stranger than this?:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeTeuWMWhK0

    Studio? This band had weaknesses; The bass player could hit the notes but the playing is stilted. Great drummer, some great guitar, and Dagmar Krause singing.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LjyYT9aYQY

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    Wayside Music has some great stuff on sale. http://www.waysidemusic.com/Default.aspx




    Picked up the jam packed 2 disc set for 8 dollars.

    http://www.waysidemusic.com/Music-Pr...874-prd-2.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Wayside Music has some great stuff on sale. http://www.waysidemusic.com/Default.aspx
    Quite soon after I discovered ordering in the USA through internet US Postal Services extremely hightened their tariffs for sending stuff abroad. This was some 5 or 10 years ago, don't know exactly. So when you order now from Europe some 40% of what you pay is for postal service. So I've almost completely stopped ordering in the USA. So much for free trade. The domain in which it would be especially useful and appropriate (the free exchange of art) is blocked effectively by these middlemen that don't seem to want to provide the big service of cultural connections between countries by delivering the minor service of affordably shipping stuff. Free trade seems to be ment for business only. Not for consumers. Apart from that we have these complex customs rules.

    "They are only in it for the money (or power)" (a recurring theme in my posts) but in the back of my mind I've always wondered if we as people cannot find ways around that by organizing it amongst ourselves. I suspect custom rules and postal tariffs are different
    when people send each other presents. Don't know the details of that but if that's so all it takes is trust. Giving trust is a present by itself and helps connect the world even more.

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    Ariel - Garden of Frenzied Cortinas (1973)

    Last edited by EddieRUKiddingVarese; Apr-28-2016 at 15:40.
    "Everyone is born with genius, but most people only keep it a few minutes"
    and I need the knits, the double knits!

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    Listening to this 2 disc compilation.


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    Here's something a little different. I could not find the video on Youtube so I hope a link to a Facebook stranger is okay and that it works.

    Band Playing King Crimson on Segway Scooters.

    I also couldn't find a King Crimson thread here, paradoxically. :-/

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