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Ross S.
Yes. It is a little different. You can find it on Youtube.
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Ross S.
Wow! That's fantastic. After such long careers, it still SOUNDS like them, but it's interesting to hear both Dough and George breaking some new ground. The keyboards in the bridge . . . the guitar chords in the verse sections . . . both pretty unique for those two. I'm buying this one.
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9 days ago
Ross S.
"Orbituary?" Have they launched his ashes into outer space?
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9 days ago
Ross S.
They are great. I'm in for this.
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12 days ago
Ross S.
He was a rarity in the modern music world . . . and endless well-spring of positivity who pretty much only worked with the best musicians. He was a genre unto himself.
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14 days ago
Ross S.
Cool song, but my goodness, the production the The Law album was just AWFUL, especially the drum sounds and mix.
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16 days ago
Ross S.
I prefer 40-45 minutes of new music, but I don't mind having a longer track or two. Great Expectations was wonderful, and so was A Better World. Most importantly, though, they need to not lose control of the project between final mix and the mastering. Something was off on this last project, and it really hurt the final product even though the songs were among the best of their career. Al
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18 days ago
Ross S.
Does that mean him and Aldrich, him Aldrich and Blades, or him and Alessandro?
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22 days ago
Ross S.
There's some really interesting harmonies on that one. More of a grower, but I like it. Really dig George Lynch's playing in this context.
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23 days ago
Ross S.
No, but there are some really good melodic songs on Astra. I think his peak was U.K. or the first Asia album, but his more recent work had much more emotional depth. Asia's Omega and XXX had some fantastic and really moving songs.
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25 days ago
Ross S.
He was the key link between prog rock and melodic rock, with musical sensibilities closer to prog but a sublime voice and sense of melody that simplified and made more musical any phrase that he wrote. His late-career renaissance and work ethic were truly fantastic as there are wonderful songs included in those last four Asia albums, the three Icon albums, and his solo project with Billy Sherwoo
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26 days ago
Ross S.
Nope. This one - Jan Terri https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE2l6CPna4M
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6 weeks ago
Ross S.
The Hunger and Down In Flames are fantastic. Also like Crash and Burn . . . which is pretty much what he did eventually.
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6 weeks ago
Ross S.
And he was right. The European version did sound better, and the solos improved.
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7 weeks ago
Ross S.
http://www.ratpakrecordsamerica.com/kxm Titled "Scatterbrain."
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7 weeks ago
Ross S.
Bent van Looy - Pyjama Days (with and produced by Jason Falkner)
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7 weeks ago
Ross S.
1) Drag into (or create) the appropriate iTunes folder 2) Go to iTunes program and use File/Add To Library. 3) Browse to the Just-dragged MP3 and click to add. 4) MP3 will now be available to add to your playlists 5) Get a turntable and hear music in better resolution
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7 weeks ago
Ross S.
Steven & Aviv Geffen did a new album for 2017. With songs like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqLUmJD7-E8 it sounds like a tremendously melodic project to me. Enjoy all phases of his career, but sometimes the tightly-composed melodic songs are just what the doctor ordered. (and yes, the album has some up-tempo tunes as well)
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7 weeks ago
Ross S.
Now you know that she no longer sings the dog whistle/dolphin notes as those were clearly there in the lip sync track that kept going. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkTy_vSPkWc
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8 weeks ago
Ross S.
The AIC and Steven Wilson versions are fantastic. I'll go out on a limb as say that both of those BETTER Rush.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Andrew, What say you to the possibility of: 1) Wolfie's album in spring 2017 2) Career-spanning box set in the works 3) New material with Dave being recorded for release in end of 2017 or early 2018 Still have a source in their camp?
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2 months ago
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Warrior21 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Candy-O and Panorama have lots of filler? Are you > kidding me? No, not kidding. And yes. Weak albums with strong singles. I stand by the point that they really only made two great albums: their debut and Heartbeat City.
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2 months ago
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Scott Watson Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I'd rather see Greg Rollie, Steve Perry and Arnel > sing. Like the old journey albums from the late > 70's. That's what made them superstars. Sure. Doing a bit of "Just the Same Way" would be great.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
And Richard was right there waiting to take care of things.
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Great voice? He's a pretty solid and professional songwriter. But one thing he's never had is a great voice (unless you also think people like Jon Bon Jovi have a "great voice.")
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2 months ago
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drowningdeep Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > yay!....I like Journey and Yes, but I love ELO. > The Cars being left out is bull shit. The Cars' biggest hits are great tunes and fill out a CD pretty well. But they were only a relevant entity for a few years, and most of their albums are one or two singles plus lots and LOTS of filler. The debut and He
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2 months ago
Ross S.
I would like to see Steve sing WITH Arnel. That would be a wonderful gesture on Steve's part.
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2 months ago
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JIMMY AGATES Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ydde Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > and don't forget from Alex Kane (Anti Product, > > Holland, Marky Ramone...and Starz) on guitar > > and most importantly Life Sex & Death. And Enuff Z'nuff
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2 months ago
Ross S.
Ughh. I really liked most of the album . . . but not that boring song. Todd sings well, though.
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2 months ago
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Lynchomaniac Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I was answering Peter's post mate. But Bananas was > close to a career worst in my books, only songs I > can stomach from that release is Silver Tongue and > to a slight degree Razzle Dazzle. > > How can you not like the title track? That's as good as anything in the Mark II era.
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