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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2019 3:40 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

Patrick Kosmos - lophophora
Johan Tronestam - Cosmic Drama
today at e-live in oirschot, haven't listened to them yet....


NB: I have now:
Tronestam: absolutely gorgeous !
Kosmos: All good, except third track. man that is a hit and miss: Out of tune and out of rhythm !

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Rick Wakeman || Journey to the Centre of the Earth (1974)

on vinyl...

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The Vision the Sword and the Pyre, part 2, by Eloy. I loved it. Has anybody else listened to it here ?

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Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells 2003
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:33 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

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The Vision the Sword and the Pyre, part 2, by Eloy. I loved it. Has anybody else listened to it here ?


I've heard a couple of songs from the album which were quite nice, but then again didn't prompt me to buy the album right away. I guess I will one day to complete my Eloy collection (basically I'm a fanboy), but it's not urgent... Wink


This evening's purchase:

LAkeuZ, OumuamuA

Brilliant new album from the Nemesis camp...

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« Rapsodies » wrote:


The Vision the Sword and the Pyre, part 2, by Eloy. I loved it. Has anybody else listened to it here ?


Still on my want-list Smile
How is it? I heard snippets from their sneak peaks that are promising!

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Jeff Lynne's ELO - Out Of Nowhere (Gold Vinyl and CD)
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« Audioot » wrote:
« Rapsodies » wrote:


The Vision the Sword and the Pyre, part 2, by Eloy. I loved it. Has anybody else listened to it here ?


Still on my want-list Smile
How is it? I heard snippets from their sneak peaks that are promising!


Wonderful. A must-have. Besides, the booklet is splendid, too. If you liked part 1, then you'll love part 2. Well, at least, I did.

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LAkeuZ - OumuamuA
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Logic System - Orient Express

Still a bit sad they didn't have Venus in stock. But this one was still missing from my collection too.
As they say... a true Japanese import. Smile

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Logic System - Orient Express


Shocked

Cool! I remember that I once had the LP - bought it back in the 80s, on a flee market. It was a rather worn-out copy, and I guess I never listened to it a lot, because I can hardly remember the music. Perhaps the lightning in the cover made me expect some metal, or whatever... Wink

I'm not even sure if I still have the LP, perhaps it was among those that got stolen in the early 90s (the box with the letter "j" as I remember, because most of my Jethro Tull and Jarre albums were gone - but "l" is not too far away...).

Must check out the music some day again - I'm curious if I like it better today...

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Johnny Hates Jazz - Tall Stories (CD 1991)
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A Winged Victory for the Sullen - The Undivided Five

Five years after their last full length album (Atomos). And again an album to cherish.

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Motionfield - Signals. On the Neotantra label. Excellent.

Steve Roach - Trance Archaeology . One of Steves best in recent years imo.

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