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7 days ago
arenean
I always had a soft spot for them after first seeing the music video for "Going Down to Liverpool", with Leonard Nimoy! Going Down To Liverpool
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14 days ago
arenean
I think RP was a big drinker too.
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20 days ago
arenean
Fantastic album, and the first to be recorded direct to hard disc instead of tape apparently. For me, it's always Yes if it has Jon on vocals. Standout tracks for me, along with "Walls" are, "I Am Waiting", and 'Endless Dream"
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28 days ago
arenean
I liked that. I'd only heard "Tron Thomi" and "Zone of O" from the follow-up album, "Coming Home", and only then 'cos they were on the "Yes, Friends & Relatives" comiplation album..... Zone of O Tron Thomi
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4 weeks ago
arenean
I'm waiting for someone to say, "Well, it's better than 90% of the generic (melodic rock/ scandi/ AOR/ Frontiers projects) that most people on this Noticeboard rave about" Usually happens every 2 months.
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4 weeks ago
arenean
It's Limahl and Kajagoogoo all over again!
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2 months ago
arenean
At least no animals are going to get shot for a while.
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2 months ago
arenean
I prefer the 1987 version of the 'Urgent' track 'Running Back' (from the album 'Thinking Out Loud') to the version on their earlier album, 'Cast the First Stone'.... Running Back (1987) Running Back (1985) I'm also thinking of the Paul Janz track, 'I Go To Pieces'. Don't know if I prefer the original from the album, High Strung', or his re-recorded version from the album, 'Electricit
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2 months ago
arenean
Cassettes were horrible. What was the frequency range? Something like 80Hz - 12KHz? The only format I really miss were minidiscs. I used to love the little blighters. I could easily make digital copies that slipped into my little clamshell player, and just as easy to make discs of me hopelessly jamming along with my guitar to tracks. They were big in Europe and Japan - but they didn't reall
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3 months ago
arenean
Stereotomy was my first CD too! 1986 - bought it straight after my first Marantz CD player from Laskys. It was a good CD test to compare with the vinyl version - as it was a DDD recording (always felt a bit ripped-off when buying older ADD recordings on CD that were the same price....)
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3 months ago
arenean
The madness of half-a-million dead?
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3 months ago
arenean
For tone, I always liked Richie Zito's sound working with Giorgio Moroder - very appealing.
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4 months ago
arenean
If you think 'brickwalled production' is bad on Earth, hear what it's like on Mars! Sounds of Mars
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4 months ago
arenean
Hopefully the on-board microphone and helicopter work in the next couple of days too :-)
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4 months ago
arenean
Welcome back Danny!
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4 months ago
arenean
I only know the Beckett version (and it wasn't the best song on his album).
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4 months ago
arenean
Thanks for that - just did a search. Important topic though - it SHOULD come up every 2 years!
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4 months ago
arenean
I'd like Andrew's take on this please..... Scientists solve the mystery of why wombats have cube-shaped poo
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4 months ago
arenean
Not trying to shoehorn Brexit into this topic, but in the UK we have the EU touring fiasco to factor in as well.
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5 months ago
arenean
When ABWH toured in '89, they called it "An Evening of Yes Music Plus", which didn't go down too well with Chris Squire.
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5 months ago
arenean
Yes, HRH with their famous ticket competitions - I don't think it's possible to lose! I think I'm still booked to go on the next HRH AOR with a group of friends (I don't organise the booking), but it's been postponed twice due to COVID, and I reckon they won't be as keen to offer refunds....
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5 months ago
arenean
I had a soft spot for the 'Bite The Bullet' album that came out in 1989. Some great lite-AOR, with a few quirky songs thrown in. Finished With Love (1989) Includes a guilty pleasure of mine, Sailors Song, which is definitely of it's time..... Sailors Song (1989) Anyway, after having vanished for 30 years they're back with a new album, "Black & White', and it sounds like they'
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5 months ago
arenean
How can Tommy Shaw stick being around the guy?
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5 months ago
arenean
It's a mystery.....
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5 months ago
arenean
I had a thing for Ally Sheedy after watching "War Games" in the cinema! I think she was in the video because she was seeing Neil Christopher at the time?
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5 months ago
arenean
Apparently 45% of Republican voters agreed with the actions at the Capitol building.... YouGov US poll
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5 months ago
arenean
I was always impressed with his live vocals at Firefest (the two occasions Valentine played).
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6 months ago
arenean
Sky was my first live gig back in 1983 :-) I got Kevin Peek's two solo albums, "Awakening" (1981) and "Life & Other Games" (1982) when they came out, and their CD reissues on Voiceprint. Brilliant guitarist, and sad how life turned out for him. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Peek
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6 months ago
arenean
Done Andrew - not much this month with Xmas and all, but will see how January turns out. Cheers!
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6 months ago
arenean
Tangier?
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