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9 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Totally agree with Andrew. I also bought the Japanese bootleg back then, sounded like trash it's wasted money.
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4 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Loved to see him with TFF. Heard him with Big Big Train and loved what I heard (The Underfall Yard), saw him on youtube warming up for tour. NDV is really a great drummer, and an eclectic musician. Cheers
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5 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Back in 1988 I didn't know EJ , but I just bought a record from my old-time favorite guitar player, being Steve Morse. It was a record called Stand Up, featuring players like EJ, Peter Frampton, and other Dregs alumni. I was thinking "these players must be monsters to be featured along Steve Morse in his record" (not knowing how music business worked in my early adolescence innocence)
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7 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Rip Jack. You will be sorely missed and remembered as the father of electric bass.
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7 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Glad you finally dig it Terry. Amazing record, still in my playlist after 10 days. Proggier and much better than their debut. These guys can play circles around most musicians but they have managed to sound as a cohesive and melodic band. Cheers
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Totally agreed. Second Nature is a great record. Lovin'it Cheers
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Let me Down Easy and Rebel were released on Roger Daltrey's Under a Raging Moon. Cheers
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2 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Much better and consistent than debut record. Love Open Up Your Eyes, epic, and A Place in Your World , to my ears the best track on the record. A really good record. Cheers
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3 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I do not care about U2 since Achtung Baby, the first sellout record on their track. I also do not care about Apple pushing me a U2 record on my devices, since 1) it is free 2) I am free to trash it as I always do with my mail 3) It is not some Rihanna/Justin Timberlake but it's still rock/pop music at least Therefore, I look forward to listen to this record as soon as I will be in the right
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5 months ago
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Great review. My favorite Toto records were, and still are, Hydra and Turn Back and Isolation. As time went by, I recognized their first was a great and diverse record, just a little too much influenced by the music of the times, discomusic Hydra had prog, the title track is my favorite Toto song. White Sister is a great rock track, as All Us Boys. Turn Back was another great rock record. Not
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5 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I knew about that. I always put a little hope in a change of mind. I thought Freaks of Nature was a great record, better than Somewhere to Elsewhere. As for Native Window, I wasn't a huge fan. I preferred Glossolalia, and even better was David and Goliath from Ragsdale. Not to even mention Billy Greer's Seventh Key Cheers
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5 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Just read it myself. Very sad news, I had a little hope left on a new Kansas record. This puts the last nail on the coffin I guess...
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6 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Great man! You're a lucky man! So envious. I'd pay to play with Morgenstein on drums! Cheers
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6 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Nothing to be ashamed of. Spain has been the strongest team for almost 4 years in a row. And Real Madrid won Champions League (against Atletico Madrid, so that makes for 2 spanish teams on top of Europe). Here we say that cycles have a beginning and an end, so hopefully for you Spain will grow strong again in a few years. Good luck to you :-)
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6 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Totally agree with you Terry. Lovin High Road. Cheers
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6 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I just hope they're not going down the Downes route then. Mellowing and mellowing and mellowing... With Asia everyone told it was Wetton and Howe's fault (just to discover that without Howe the guitar parts were nothing better or with a rockier edge). I just wish a Wakeman could return on keys....
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7 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
A very sad loss. A great bass player indeed. Furthermore , 54 yrs old is too young to die. RIP Randy.... Will play now my CPR record, still in love with it...
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8 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Stellar. Rod Morgenstein gets to shine again here. Love it.
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9 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Celloist Katinka Kleijn is ex-District 97 cello player. This is from their 1st record. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZaPUJrykAg If you're into prog-rock and want faster tempos and great hooks , I strongly recommend you to have a listen. Even Wetton reviewed this song as one of his favorites. I insist on suggesting Downes is Asia's culprit. He does not suit Yes at all IMHO, and while Asi
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Still in regular rotation on my car stereo. Loving it, easily one of the best rock record post-2000... Cheers
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Kick ass. Love all Beck stuff, never got deep into his 2000's works but Ronnie Scotts live is amazing.. Get anything that's got Colaiuta on it ;) Cheers bro
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
The Dream of the Blue Turtles is a masterpiece from start to finish. Never matched later. Jazz meets rock, great compositions, stunning band (Omar Hakim did some amazing things back then). The latest Sting is a snoozefest. Skip it. Get Ten Summoner's Tales, his best with Colaiuta on drums (Seven Days is still amazing to my ears), then Soul Cages (with Manu Katche on drums). The rest is quit
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Spot on Terry. Cheers mate
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I listened to Wetton with District 97 ( http://youtu.be/ODe-iAaNvnQ ) and immediately thought at Downes being the culprit for Asia mellow sound. Wetton still loves a good prog/rock sound, Howe is blamed by almost anyone, Palmer with Bielatowicz on guitar does a stunning ELP reinterpretation. Anyway, as much as I liked XXX, it didn't do a lot for me. I consider Asia first and second as 2 master
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
LOL guys
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Ok. Just read Paich's FB message setting things straight. I cleared my mind and doubts now for the better. :) No conspiracy Anymore Andrew. Cheers :)
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Coming off from Simon and Luke's FB posts, all is positive (or it sure looks so). I still don't get it, Simon can do everything and always managed to fit every session he could in between Toto main activities schedule. At the end of the day we'll have a new Toto record, a new tour, another great drummer (Steely Dan is a tough session for everyone), and that is what matters most. Maybe Simon de
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10 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Count me in Niv. As a huge fan of Simon, having just seen him live in Milan and loving his playing, can't really accept this kinda bad news for me. Dunno what to think.... Cheers
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11 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
No need to apologize. Thanks for offering us a space for some healthy musical discussions. Cheers bro
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Terry, I had the same experience with Transatlantic first record. It took me over 5 spins to make it click. Neal Morse Momentum record was a great experience to hear and follow in a live setting, I didn't love it as much as his previous records at first. Then I changed my mind, thanks to the epic track, hearing it live is a majestic experience. You'd want it to go on and on forever :) Cheers
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