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XYZ (ex-Yes Zep) Chris Squire/ Alan White/ Jimmy Page in 1981 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XYZ_(English_band)
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2 years ago
arenean
Near Exeter, Devon, England, Earth
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Meteorologist at the Met Office in the UK (just realised after writing this, that I've been there 30 years + 4 days....thanks for the reminder!)
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Sounds like a great job Ted - don't retire!!
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Best wishes Adolfo - get well soon
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Symphonic rock Prog rock 80's Synthwave New age/ ambient
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I liked them until I went to see them live. It was at a sensible venue at a sensible volume with sensible people sat listening to all the hits being played EXACTLY as they were on the records.....the most boring gig I've been to!
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Jonathan Pie is NOT a fan of Boris Johnson! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUx3UjX7h6c
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That's what happen's when you have a brilliant business man running the country As Nigel Tufnell said, "This is a joke, right?"
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I'm liberal but some of my mates are pretty right wing, but when I described Boris as "a lying chancer", they all said, "yep, that's him to a T".
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2 years ago
arenean
'83-'88 sounds good to me!
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I thought timstar was asking which albums people liked which were later considered 'duds' in terms of sales, rather than perceived worth. For instance some people mention "Union" by Yes, an album that was considered a 'dud' by most of the band later, but in terms of sales, it sold 500,000 copies within 2 months of release, and got to No.7 and No.15 in the UK and US album charts respe
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Wow! Just heard this song for the first time a couple of days ago, and can't get it out of my head. It's a bit of an epic! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6UqAXUu9_0 Anyone have any information on them? All I can find out is that they were German and didn't last very long!
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2 years ago
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Slade - Sladest Vangelis - Heaven & Hell Mike Oldfield - Five Miles Out Alan Parsons Project - Tales of Mystery & Imagination Yes - 90125
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2 years ago
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I think Steve Howe divides opinion. Yes, sometimes the tone isn't to my taste, but try seeing him live - the number of styles he covers is amazing. You wouldn't call him overrated then. I love the Astra album too, and I think Mandy Meyer's inclusion really elevated some of those songs, as the sound was becoming a bit familiar by then. I had no idea of the ructions behind the scenes during the
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2 years ago
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Such a great band, but I've only got Greatest Hits and Voices of Babylon.
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There was talk of them being at Live Aid in July 1985 but that rumour applied to a lot of bands (but Steve Perry did sing on 'We are The World' (Dec 84/Jan 85?)
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I thought punk was garbage and still do, and Sham 69 encapsulated everything I detested about it - all in my humble opinion of course.
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2 years ago
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I've got a 160GB Ipod and have never used Itunes anyway. I just sync my mp3 library with Rhythmbox on Linux.
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2 years ago
arenean
Not bad at all!
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That Ronny Lee album, "Original Retro", had the sound of that particular timeframe down to a tee - but it was deliberate!
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The Alan Parsons Project - Mammagamma
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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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2 years ago
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I really like Magic Dance too Don, but I think I preferred the last album, "Vanishings" more.
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2 years ago
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Very "Woolfson"-esque..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciptb2f8Awo
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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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2 years ago
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Love both, but DFP is a classic to me. "New Moon" - wow.
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2 years ago
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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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2 years ago
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'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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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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