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9 years ago
illimey
Gracious - you all seem to think I have nothing better to do than sit here cutting and pasting Magnum lyrics! Losers.... QuoteTony Clarkin (Magnum "Doors To Nowhere") ...The sun blinds pulled down Made the walls tangerine Dancers in white Playing their tambourines Slow dusty trains Disappeared in the haze Coaches arrived At the crowded cafes Now those days are gone Gone fo
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9 years ago
illimey
Oh alright - since you are all begging for more: QuoteTony Clarkin (Magnum "So Cold The Night") So cold the night that darkens every waking hour Let me in I shall devour all within I hear the sound the earth does tremble at my feet Skies explode at last we meet anger flows So sad so sad The wings that flew me here were glad Like before I've never had But there's always tomorro
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9 years ago
illimey
Oh, OK - one more for those who think that it's impossible to write a love song that isn't tired, hackneyed and full of boring cliches: QuoteTony Clarkin (Magnum "The Long Ride") It burns brighter than the stars at night Just as faithful as the falling light It's wilder than the roaring sea That's what it means, That's what it means to me. And I don't know what I'd do If you to
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9 years ago
illimey
Gah. It's impossible to choose just one example of Tony Clarkin's genius, but here you go: Gah. Keep changing my mind - but in the end this wins: QuoteTony Clarkin (Magnum "Days Of No Trust") And music recorded Might influence dreams But headlines are courted By stretch limousines Pictures of plenty Are stuck to the wall For heads that are empty Brains on the floor Can't
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9 years ago
illimey
This (IMO of course) is what he did not deliver on: QuoteTHE VISION “The Greater Cause” will be the title of my fourth solo album. The project is intended to be a fresh and powerful tool to accomplish what God has been doing through me for many years: connecting and encouraging people through my music. I’ve learned a lot since the release of “The Grafting” as an independent artis
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9 years ago
illimey
Well I am all for it. So far I have supported John Schlitt's successful Kickstarter campaign, however am not happy with the finished product as he did not deliver what he was saying he was going to deliver. Despite this, I have already pledged support for John Elefante, and now Guardian as well. They are not 'preaching it up' like Schlitt was, so all I am looking for from them is some good
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9 years ago
illimey
If I was going to include a JH on my list it would be Jeff Healey. Hendrix has never reached me - either on a technical or emotional level. But then I am not a guitar (or anything) player! As far as I am concerned, David Evans is a 'better' guitar player than Hendrix.... :D
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9 years ago
illimey
Um - what about Magnum? New album by the end of the year! And Neal Morse. And John Lees' Barclay James Harvest!
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9 years ago
illimey
Phil Keaggy Kerry Livgren Tony Clarkin John Lees Rex Carroll Lanny Cordola Dan Huff Jerry McPherson Tony Palacios Jim Moginie Yeah. That looks about right!
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9 years ago
illimey
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9 years ago
illimey
wOw. PK better watch out... I know nothing about how to play a guitar, but watching and listening to this kid is like watching and listening to Phil Keaggy on fast forward! Trippy.
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9 years ago
illimey
Good grief (Charlie Brown) this is awful. Why can't they just let TSO do this stuff? Nobody else gets it anywhere near right. It's the season to be jolly, baby. <--- worst line in the history of lines. Why? WHY? WHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHY??? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxSENC1jCsY So here's TSO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeriJcu1eJM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpZr78Nucu0
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9 years ago
illimey
Magnum - The Visitation ProtoKaw - Forth Iona - Another Realm Wishbone Ash - Elegant Stealth And those are all the new releases I bought this last year, but even if I had bought hundreds, I am 99.99% sure these four would still be top!
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9 years ago
illimey
Hah - shows how tastes vary. I appreciated Warm Tears from the start, but Big Issues (Or Biggest Shoes as I can't help but call it) and Migrant Worker took a while to grow and are way down the list for me. My favorites are Man With No Name, Can't Go It Alone, Searching For Satellites (a very brave song for WA and perhaps Andy's finest vocal performance to date) and Heavy Weather (despite the i
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9 years ago
illimey
It's a fine effort that's for sure. Despite having a diverse range of influences, it still manages to sound more like 'classic' Wishbone Ash than anything since Illuminations. Yeah - I think I can agree with your statement that it is "one of the best they've ever made"! What is/are your favorite track(s)?
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9 years ago
illimey
Nice... Fire & Love has to be one of the best ever. These short samples don't lead me to believe the new stuff is going anywhere near those heights, but it certainly sounds like they're going in the right direction!
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10 years ago
illimey
497. Proto-Kaw
Proto-Kaw's new album is almost here! There is a CD release/listening party with the band in Kansas City this Saturday, and I am searching for someone from Chicagoland area who would like to carpool and share gas costs. I can't justify the expense of going alone right now! Anyone here interested? Alister.
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