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1 year ago
arenean
Definitely Jon Anderson - can still hit all the high notes. Please stop mentioning singers that are still in their 50s though when discussing OAP's. It makes me feel uncomfortable!
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1 year ago
arenean
I really like Magic Dance too Don, but I think I preferred the last album, "Vanishings" more.
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1 year ago
arenean
Very "Woolfson"-esque..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciptb2f8Awo
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1 year ago
arenean
Yes Ramsay, there are better interviewers. I always liked Rick Wakeman's "Face to Face" series a few years ago. Here's the one he did with Brian May.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daf9j8xnaOY
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1 year ago
arenean
Love both, but DFP is a classic to me. "New Moon" - wow.
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1 year ago
arenean
It looks like the original members of The Alan Parsons Project (a few of whom, like David Paton, came from Pilot), are forming their own band to tour, as "The Original Project'. Unlike Alan Parsons, who relocated to the States, they're UK based, so we may get to hear APP music being played in the UK more than once a decade! No dates yet however.... https://originalprojectonline.com/
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1 year ago
arenean
'Talk' is definitely more under the radar than Big Generator, as Phil Carson's Victory Records, the label that released Talk, went bankrupt soon after release in 1994 (even though it was financed by JVC).
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1 year ago
arenean
Can't wait - I always liked 2 instrumentals on the APP albums though (like 'Sirius' and 'Mammagamma' on 'Eye in the Sky').
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1 year ago
arenean
I love the Paradise album - a real undiscovered gem. Great keyboards, and interesting guitar solos from a young Joe Wowk at the time. Haven't found much about him on the web, but there's some nice stuff of his here: https://www.reverbnation.com/joewowk
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1 year ago
arenean
Needs an AOR quiz (with financial rewards)
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1 year ago
arenean
£3200 on gofundme now. With all the bad news around at the moment, that's really cheered me up!
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1 year ago
arenean
Mike Oldfield ('bagpipe' sound) Richie Zito (could always identify his sound on those 80's Giorgio Moroder soundtracks)
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1 year ago
arenean
Could there be more than one jail in the town? If there were rumours of an unspecified jailbreak, then it would be hard to pinpoint where exactly the jailbreak may occur, within the confines of the town.....
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1 year ago
arenean
I agree - I've got that one!
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1 year ago
arenean
If anyone's a fan of instrumental AOR, check this out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5_5HxIoIkk I love this kind of thing, but I instantly think of Don Johnson driving through Miami at night when I hear these type of tracks...
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1 year ago
arenean
The song "Without Love" for me - it's got a great vibe which would work well on radio.
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1 year ago
arenean
Totally wasteful - evil cardboard industry!
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1 year ago
arenean
'Sirius' by The Alan Parsons Project is my ringtone. Haven't set anything up for text alerts, but would like to get hold of Hudson's line from Aliens, "Game over man - game over!" That would never get old.
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1 year ago
arenean
Yes, there's some great tribute bands out there... I like both Illegal Eagles and Ultimate Eagles (the Illegal's might just tip it though, as they do solo stuff as well - Don Henley, Glenn Frey) A Foreigner's Journey The Bohemians Not so fond of 'The Bon Jovi Experience', but I did like 'Bon Giovi' when they were going though...
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1 year ago
arenean
Along with Greg Lake, I've always liked 'Run With The Fox' - Chris Squire/ Alan White (1981). Ken Bruce uaually plays it every Christmas on BBC Radio 2.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZqRDCif7Ig
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1 year ago
arenean
Still watching 'Vikings' and 'The Man in the High Castle'. I thought 'Homecoming' with Julia Roberts was really interesting recently as well - definitely had a vibe of 'The Prisoner' about it.
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1 year ago
arenean
Hazard by Richard Marx
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1 year ago
arenean
I thought Jimi Anderson was Lionheart's new singer?
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1 year ago
arenean
Great stuff! I also like when he joins in on the Youtube guitar tutorials by Papastache..... How To Play - Bon Jovi - Runaway - Rhythm And Solo - Guitar Lesson With Tim Pierce
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1 year ago
arenean
Hammer To Fall is my most favouritist Queen track :-)
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1 year ago
arenean
Backstage tour? That just makes me think of Spinal Tap wandering about trying to find the stage door....
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1 year ago
arenean
Not in the genre, but I always liked 'The Magicians Hat' cover (Bo Hansson). Like the Steve Perry cover art, there's a lot going on, so it's easy to keep finding new discoveries!
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1 year ago
arenean
The Live Aid recreation was great. I noticed the timeline inaccuracies as well, but I let those slide (reforming for Live Aid? Didn't 'The Works' come out just a year before?)
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1 year ago
arenean
This is a good read about John Deacon - he came out well in Brian & Roger's film though! https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6322461/Ex-Queen-bassist-John-Deacon-worth-105m-hes-recluse-30-years.html
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1 year ago
arenean
I think Brian and Roger were in a better position to know what was going on. Besides which, didn't Sasha Baron Cohen exit the project because he had a darker vision of what went on in those final few years? Saw it last night and I was impressed with the way it turned out.
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