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Favorite Police record is Reggatta de Blanc, favorite Sting record is The Dream of the Blue Turtles Synchronicity has a couple of stinkers I can't digest even after almost 35 years.... the rest is superb Cheers
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9 days ago
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Triumph's just a game is a good call. Loved that record, it's got everything like all Triumph's records As for Kansas, my all-time fav is Song for America. But it's mostly a prog record than an AOR masterpiece. So, I'd go with Leftoverture just for Carry on Wayward Son or Point of Know Return for their Dust in the Wind anthem. But,as for AOR records go, I'd pick The Eagles Hotel California abo
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23 days ago
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Song for America is untouchable. Still have to dig Audiovisions, it didn't click with me. Not a huge fan of the Elefante era... 1. Song For America 2. Leftoverture 3. Masque 4. Point Of Know Return 5. Power 6. Kansas 7. Monolith 8. Freaks Of Nature 9. In The Spirit Of Things 10. Vinyl Confessions 11. Audio Visions 12. Always Never The Same 13. Somewhere To Elsewhere 14. Drastic
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30 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
LOL Terry :-)) Cheers!
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30 days ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
I'm the One sounds perfect to this day One in a Million, The Challenge with Eric Clapton, Love will Show us How, this record is a total classic. Great pick bmg. Cheers
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4 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Ciao Terry had just a little time lately to read all the Rainbow threads. I get the debate and still stand by your side that is also my exact point of view. Cheers mate
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4 weeks ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Thanks Doug Exactly what I meant. And, one more thing: watching a YT clip, properly filmed with good enough video and audio, does enough to judge a performance from a technical point of view, maybe not from the pure entertaining side of it. Technically speaking, Blackmore's performance had no fire, he was just going through the motions, and while he did no mistakes, he played the simplest he c
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4 weeks ago
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Stargazer solo unfortunately was one of the dullest moments. Romero voice was the highlight of the show, and the band was enough tight, not a powerhouse band but made it through the show keeping it all together. Blackmore's playing is mostly suited to medieval tracks these days, and he should leave it to that only....
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4 weeks ago
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Totally agree with you Terry Saw 3 different youtube clips of the latest Blackmore show. If Steve Morse played those Purple songs like he played, he would have got the usual accusations from Purple fans Truth is, Blackmore does not have the fire anymore to play rock/hard rock. I appreciate watching him live playing those songs maybe for the last time, but those versions can't hold a candle to
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5 weeks ago
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Ranking them this way Hemispheres - prog masterpiece Permanent Waves, A Farewell to Kings - the bridges to their best musical period Moving Pictures, Signals - masterpieces Power Windows - love it, love it! Hold Your Fire, Counterparts, Caress of Steel, 2112 Roll the Bones, Test for Echo, Presto, Clockwork Angels Vapor Trails, Grace Under Pressure, Snakes and Arrows, Fly By Night, Rush, Fe
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5 weeks ago
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Mainly.... Queen - I appreciate most of their early outputs, when they were mostly Zeppelin-clones til Sheer Heart Attack, but never got into them big time as most people did.
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3 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Saw Hughes near Como, Italy, about 10 years ago and enjoyed it. Never saw Living Colour live though I was a huge fan of their early 2 records (before Stain). I might get the chance and see them all this time.
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3 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/7348372/prince-purple-rain-journey-faithfully-interviews
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3 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Money issue? Go and build an hackintosh, www.tonymacx86.com, lots of user builds, from cheap to ultra-powerful. Work with Windows, Linux and OS X, and Windows is by far the most dreadful platform I'm forced to work with due to poor customer choices (always locked in with M$ by their "insightful" IT depts) With OS X you have almost everything. In case you miss some, get a decent Virtua
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3 months ago
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IMHO They should get Mother, Father off the setlist, if they have to get another guy just for that. If harmonies (backing vocals) are the missing element they need another backing singer, then I don't understand the need for an additional keys. Anyway, the guy does a good job, I don't hear any problem with this performance (Deen did a much better job IMHO, and those Perry vocals are so difficul
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4 months ago
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I recall reading something on Facebook along the lines John Mitchell was about to record a Lonely Robot 2 record. Then Frost decided to go with a new one (out on May) and that project was stopped. Let's remember Frost is mostly Jem Godfrey's creation, so he decides what and when. Loved Map of the Past, I agree Tall Ships is a better record, but MOTP is really a good one. Saw Francis Dunnery re
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4 months ago
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Totally agree. Marillion with Fish have always delivered great records or masterpieces (Misplaced Childhood and Script for a Jester's Tear still stand out of the bunch) Seasons End was quite good indeed. The subsequent record (Holidays in Eden) had some great tracks along with some pop tunes I did not appreciate, and Brave is among Marillion's best IMHO. The following records are not Marillion
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5 months ago
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Had to stop in the midst of Red Barchetta. Awful. Geddy Lee's voice was untouchable. I'd better remember Bach's contribute to Working Man - A Rush tribute. Much much better back then.
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7 months ago
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Totally spot on , totobob I must add that his previous solo effort, The Raven that refused to sing, is another prog masterpiece, more in the vein of 70s prog. I am not a huge Porcupine Tree fan though Cheers
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7 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
This record is a masterpiece. Guy is a genius Cheers
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7 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Love this track! Great rock with some country tinges here and there Cheers!
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8 months ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Was watching some of their videos (even from Sweden concert) on youtube yesterday night. I think it's too late for them to release some new music under the Triumph moniker. I just can't delete from my mind their amazing 70s-80s shows, and those amazing voices (Rik and Gil). Citing one of their songs (Killing Time): "Gone forever my friend and it won't come again, it's moved on and left us
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8 months ago
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Untouchable. Not even Freddy comes close to this. Emotion, soaring vocals, high notes and those highs at the end of the song, goosebumps. My favorite
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9 months ago
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Let's hope so. Quite frankly, I lost faith in the DT camp a few records ago. The Portnoy-saga let me down, but subsequent records honestly were more the usual metal 60%/prog 40% records with the same old than what I was seeking for, that is pure prog-rock with metal contaminations. Although 2015 has been a great year for prog-rock fans so I am not standing still.... Cheers
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9 months ago
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While debut didn't click with me (I gotta re-listen to it now), this one grabbed me since adolfo suggested to listen to Ghost Town. What a wonderful track! There are a few standout tracks (War Machine, Ghost Town, Oblivion) and the rest is quite good (the title track could have been on any Glenn Hughes solo record btw). As for now, love this record! Cheers
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10 months ago
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I agree on most counts with you Terry Neal Morse has that special touch, he can really put together melody and musicality in a way no one else can. I listened to latest Spock's and it seems to be a great one. But I still love and prefer Spock's with Neal. They are just on a different level, with my favorite being their third (The Kindness of Strangers) and their latest (Snow). I got to love Ec
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11 months ago
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The review is totally spot on and I don't have any problem with the scoring of 10 out of 100. Every artist has the rights to release whatever he wants. The reviewer here is kinda objective on the value of the package. I saw bad reviews on this site for a lot of artists, famous or not, and I reckon they were mostly spot on. This time is not for sure being the exception. Cheers
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1 year ago
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Rush Deep Purple Toto Journey
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Well did not recognize Clooney at all from where I stood Thought it was some guys from the crew or just some lucky guys who had special VIP package :-) No White Sister yesterday, nor Caught in the Balance (huge song) or Can't Stop Lovin You (though we had Pamela from the Seventh One) Major props to this band who is still kickin major ass after almost 40 years on the road
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1 year ago
Luca Re Garbagnati
Just got back home from this amazing concert. Setlist was perfect (just no track from Hydra was my complaint) Joseph Williams voice got perfect from mid-set till the end David Hungate was perfect. Just a couple missed notes during Rosanna keyboard solos. Luke played his ass off, great solos great sound, his voice was a little rougher at spots (especially during Without your Love) Paich and
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