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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Yeah, this one has been in the works for years due to the constant interuptions with touring. There's supposed to be a third and final volume eventually. A new Keneally album is always an exciting event. He's such a monumental talent!
    He is 100%, the diversity and cleverness of his talent and work is astounding. From the Zappa days till now, have you seen him singing Brown Shoes Don't Make It?
    When I first saw it I kept putting it on replay
    One of my favourite Zappa songs revamped into an even more dramatic skin.
    The first Scambot album is so good, I've heard bits and pieces of his other albums and his music videos are mindblowing too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    Thanks for sharing this, two of my favorites, Chris and Dagmar. I really love Slapp Happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regenmusic View Post
    Thanks for sharing this, two of my favorites, Chris and Dagmar. I really love Slapp Happy.
    I love Dagmar so much, I feel in love when I first heard her with Henry Cow!

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    One of my Henry Cow faves.

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    And BTW, this album is phenomenal!

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    Wigwam is interesting:

    [yt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sp86F6RbnPM[/yt]

    From Wigwam, some interesting solo acts:

    Pekka Pohjola (RIP):

    [yt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1qrakmvXcg[/yt]

    Jukka Gustavson:

    [yt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NC63XOO2B4[/yt]

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    Came across this classic today over the radio in public today, I Hate radio edits (and radio altogether for that matter) but it reminded me of this album that I really enjoyed last year:


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    I like most of the Tull stuff from 1969-79. Ian Anderson is a brilliant songwriter and musician.

    I dig Wigwam too! I have their first album, and Fairyport. And I should have the one posted above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    I like most of the Tull stuff from 1969-79. Ian Anderson is a brilliant songwriter and musician.

    I dig Wigwam too! I have their first album, and Fairyport. And I should have the one posted above.
    Never got into Tull but that album was refreshing when I heard it, just like when I discovered Schnittke!

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    This thread seems to be missing more Rush and Genesis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spawnofsatan View Post
    This thread seems to be missing more Rush and Genesis
    Here ya go. This is from the year before I saw em at Manchester Apollo (Hemispheres is my fave Rush album too)

    Last edited by Merl; Aug-05-2016 at 14:20.

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    Here's one of my favourite bands of all time, Pineapple Thief, and the title track from their last (and best) studio album 'Magnolia'. Really looking forward to seeing them for a 4th time at the end of this year. If you haven't got round to hearing them then you need to grab their last 3 albums, all of which are essential listening for prog fans.


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    My favourite prog song has to be After the Ordeal by Genesis. Such a beautiful guitar part.

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