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2 days ago
drowningdeep
Just wondering what the deal is with "White Sister". Seems to always make the set list. It's not a song I skip or anything, but not one of my favorites either.
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5 days ago
drowningdeep
farrarsm Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Did a couple of pre-orders that were band > fundraisers (not Pledge, but some other > companies). One took eight months, and the other > was nearly a year because of recording delays. I > didn't care, though; the music was worth it! Same here.
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16 days ago
drowningdeep
Like
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17 days ago
drowningdeep
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heWhyd_I7ik
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19 days ago
drowningdeep
nm
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21 days ago
drowningdeep
DAG was from Raleigh, North Carolina The band of singer and bassist Bobby Patterson, guitarist Brian Dennis, drummer Kenny Soule (from rock bands Nantucket and PKM) and keyboardist Doug Jervey had already earned many loyal listeners around their hometown over the next few years with their uncommonly 1970s wild funk persona; and with the help of Grammy nominee and local record producer John Cu
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22 days ago
drowningdeep
Probably not what the OP is looking for : Brothers Johnson - Strawberry Letter #23 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0bdLdTJdKI Cry Of Love - Peace Pipe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INxliT-NrxA
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24 days ago
drowningdeep
Here's an excellent interview from innerviews.org :http://www.innerviews.org/inner/kansas.html
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25 days ago
drowningdeep
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Most definitely personal taste (of course). For > me--just a tad more brightness. But what you say > is a lot of what's been discussed here about > sonics. For instance-- Some folks love the Toto > release,and that MAY depend on what format you > have. But a fan can't just run out and get every >
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29 days ago
drowningdeep
Terry K. Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Ditto! In fact-- I'd LOVE to hear Luke's comments > about the whole process concerning the finished > product as it has been delivered. You can NOT tell > me he could throw in the cd and say--Yup--sounds > GREAT!! As said...it'd be a riot hearing what he'd > say...he might just have a conniption sh*
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29 days ago
drowningdeep
It's such a shame especially for a band of stellar musicians like Toto, Who we know take pride in the sonics of their production. I would love to hear the mix before it got compressed.
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4 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Saw them in in Raleigh N.C. back when their second album had just come out. Somebody hit Dave in the head with a plastic cup, Dave shouted to toss the fucker up on stage and watch him get his ass kicked. Ahh, rock and roll. Those were the days. Also playing were Boston, Poco and a couple of others. Great show.
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4 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Strange thing about the production is it sounds fine on my home system, but in my vehicle the bass is over the top. Even when turning the sub bass knob all the way down. Sucks man. A very hit or miss album for me. I'm liking Running Out of Time, Burn, Fortune and Great Expectations. I really dislike the two Luke songs and can't make it through the entire songs (Boring). The others are meh, m
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5 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Mr Backman is back with some tasty guitar work. Heavy Blues - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xa_pOrgh47c The Edge - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk-G7fHmGhc The making of - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLLJis27164
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6 weeks ago
drowningdeep
I have to say it's the best chance of a hit song they've had in a long time. Not really my cup of tea, but it's catchy and pop oriented.
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6 weeks ago
drowningdeep
I much prefer the Roth years. If you started listening with the debut, then that's Van Halen. Debut is tops with 1984 then Diver Down for me. Van Hagar has some good songs though, OU812 then 5150 for me there. The later albums sound too samey and pretty boring to me.
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6 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Maybe Andrew's ills were brought on by the new Tom Cochrane album. Sure gave me the blues. Sigh...
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6 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Having just watched Yes'recent live concert on AXSTV, Toto opening is the best thing. I'm a long time Yes fan but that shit was BORING. Go see Toto play a 90 minute set and head on home. Also ask them to remaster the cd, cause damn.....
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
'Analog Man', to me, is his best since 'There goes the Neighborhood' Though I don't care much for Jeff Lynne's production lately (and I'm a big ELO fan,but Jeff has gone from over production to minimal and he needs to aim for somewhere in between).Still a bunch of good tunes. 'But Seriously Folks' is my favorite also. Top to bottom, an excellent album. Pretty much a 10/10er.
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
From the Kansas facebook page "the documentary film , along with its companion cd, will debut on the Billboard Top 200 at #61! It will also be at #37 on the Billboard Album Sales Chart".
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
From the Kansas facebook page "the documentary film KANSAS: Miracles Out Of Nowhere, along with its companion cd, will debut on the Billboard Top 200 at #61! It will also be at #37 on the Billboard Album Sales Chart".
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Some conversation from the Steve Hoffman forums on Kansas remasters , but nothing specific about Masque or the debut. http://forums.stevehoffman.tv/threads/kansas-complete-albums-collection-1973-1983.264311/
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
I like it.
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Thanks for that. Some great quality video and live performances there. The live version "Albatross" is awesome.
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Pretty good description. Solid lyrics also.
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Expect to be blown away. The last 2 albums are brilliant. Here's some tunes from through the years, including Ian Thornley's solo work. Ghosts - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pghhg40gTs4 Come What May - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcCcFZLrV1M Albatross - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HmW9rVAtVs Control - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmVQYzQ3-H4 Hey Mama - https://www.
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
I'd like to see a video for "Off and Running", probably my favorite off the album.
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7 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Another fine tune from Ghosts - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xu0rzDAbwNE
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8 weeks ago
drowningdeep
That sounds right on Terry. I saw an interview about the reason to end at PoKR and they mentioned ending it on their high note. I also read where they felt the fans really didn't like Monolith. Sales were down of course after PoKR, but I really like that one, great keyboard work and some of their heaviest guitars.
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8 weeks ago
drowningdeep
Watched it on tv and really enjoyed it. What's up with Steve Walsh saying most of his songs were written for the wrong reasons (or something like that). They sure pulled the plug on Steven T, didn't they. LoL
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