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4 days ago
Alfie2
Live and Let die. But a mention for a Bond song which wasn't a Bond song (if that makes any sense). Conchita Wurst - Rise Like a Phoenix. https://youtu.be/xhCC_PN9UlA
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5 days ago
Alfie2
All great songs. Just a shame there wasn't another 5.
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5 days ago
Alfie2
Thanks for posting that. It would be good to hear Trillion's more proggy music, but it's a shame that they haven't continued recording more recent songs also. I loved the 5 songs they released several years ago. More would be welcome.
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8 days ago
Alfie2
Agree. Particularly re TFF and A-ha.There's far more depth to their music.
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8 days ago
Alfie2
Roxanne - Radio Silence Riverdogs - California
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9 days ago
Alfie2
17 years since "Everybody Loves a Happy Ending". An album I love, particularly the gorgeous "Secret World". https://youtu.be/SlsdC2JIwNM Looking forward to some new music. It's been a long time.
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17 days ago
Alfie2
Psychoschizophrenia is my favourite album of their's. Love it. Next for me would be Love & War.
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4 weeks ago
Alfie2
I like Mr Reality, but love the Highway 9 album. Still one I play often.
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4 weeks ago
Alfie2
I've listened to the Five for Fighting song "Tuesday" (from the album "Slice") many times over the years, but until recently had been oblivious to it relating to 9/11. https://youtu.be/B2nRgDBV7Q0 John Ondrasik posted a great version on the Five for Fighting Facebook page a few days ago. https://www.facebook.com/fiveforfighting/videos/525296561902267
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5 weeks ago
Alfie2
This track by Iain Hornal (Say the Word), with contributions from Graham Gouldman and Kevin Godley, has elements of pop and prog. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfFg49zl6dE
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7 weeks ago
Alfie2
I've read a few articles about the photoshoot previously, including the one below in the Guardian with Kirk Weddle, the photographer. I like the lines: "I’m still in contact with Spencer. I used to think, “Man, when that kid is 16 he’s gonna hate my guts!” He doesn’t, but he’s conflicted about the picture. He feels that everybody made money off it and he didn’t. I think he d
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2 months ago
Alfie2
Love "Voices Carry". Love "What About Love" more though. https://youtu.be/YHPRtPZwSNI
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2 months ago
Alfie2
How great is Circle of Love? Still love it, and it remains one of my most played songs.
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2 months ago
Alfie2
Still enjoy the Arcangel and Cannata albums. Great music. Given the lyrics, I doubt that Tragedy would have been released now. Glad it was though.
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3 months ago
Alfie2
Agreed. It's not just the voice (or lack of). It's the gestures, and also the phrasing of the words. It's not an easy listen to say the least.
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3 months ago
Alfie2
"Prisoner" was my favourite song on the album. Great track. https://youtu.be/whSzM6QqBT0
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3 months ago
Alfie2
I've got No Muss...No Fuss on CD (as well as vinyl). I didn't appreciate it was going for quite that much. I'll be keeping it though.
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3 months ago
Alfie2
There was a great musical a few years ago in the West End (London ) called All or Nothing about Steve Marriott/Small Faces. Very enjoyable. And as an aside, much later Steve Marriott also contributed vocals to this great Illusion song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrtFtt3TkmU
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3 months ago
Alfie2
Love "The Mission" and love this also. It's just great that a band which has been around for so long can still produce music of this quality.
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4 months ago
Alfie2
"My Paradise" is probably my favourite song of their's.
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4 months ago
Alfie2
22. Re: TIM
Agree with the words re Thom Griffin. Wish Trillion had finished their III album. Looking forward to this.
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4 months ago
Alfie2
That's great news.
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5 months ago
Alfie2
Thanks for posting, Carl. It's good to hear a song I'm not familiar with from that time. It's a good song, but I'll admit I'd have voted for Fool's Game in the contest.
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5 months ago
Alfie2
On a visit to Toronto with a friend in the late 90s, I noticed that Phil Naro was playing an acoustic gig in a nearby bar. We went along to watch, but it was the night of a big ice hockey game, it was freezing, and we were the only 2 people there. Phil and a guitarist (Slav Simanic if I remember correctly) played the first half of the set, mostly covers (I recall the Lamb Lies Down on Broadwa
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5 months ago
Alfie2
I've seen them play live a couple of times when visiting Toronto. The first time outside at Canada's Wonderland in '88 supporting Honeymoon Suite, and the second time in '92 headlining with Harem Scarem supporting. Great band.
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6 months ago
Alfie2
Love all those albums. That was a good day for you.
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6 months ago
Alfie2
Love Donnie Iris. I've got the vinyl and CD of No Muss No Fuss. Great album. I'd most like to see "The High and the Mighty" finally released on CD, and "Fortune 410" also.
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6 months ago
Alfie2
I've got it on vinyl. Excellent album. Interested to know how the CD sounds in due course.
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6 months ago
Alfie2
I've got this on vinyl, but haven't played it in years. I recall not being particularly impressed, but I'll need to give it another listen. I don't remember ever seeing a copy on CD.
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