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arronizlive
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:14 am    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

Haha... It should... Laughing


BTW, with Saga.
I liked their music, however, it was much, much later that I discovered
they generated 3 Great covers (from their first 3 albums)
and THAT was a Surprise to me, considering how they adopted
the commercial covers for their later work...



Seeker, that's a great story...
great Albums you mention, Including War of the Worls (one of my favs.)


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...and I was thinking how EVERYTHING has changed this days,
you can find anything on youtube, people are uploading ALL the music in there...

Let's see, Have ANY of you heard of:
Bob Pegg & Nick Strutt - The ShipBuilder.

This is one of my RARE findings and all because of the cover...
It's a Rock band very much in the line of Jethro Tull
I still have the LP
Wink

Here's the main theme in YT.
http://youtu.be/gOq7d8qbqpw

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BruecknerAmbient
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Location: Mainz


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2013 7:39 pm    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

« arronizlive » wrote:
Haha... It should... Laughing

BTW, with Saga.
I liked their music, however, it was much, much later that I discovered
they generated 3 Great covers (from their first 3 albums)
and THAT was a Surprise to me, considering how they adopted
the commercial covers for their later work...


Well, and the first three albums also musically are just their best, aren_t they...?!

Actually, I already knew Tony Roberts before, one of several excellent science fiction illustrators from Great Brittain, a contemporary of Chris Foss and Jim Burns. I was much into fantastic illustration before (and after) I discovered music for myself...

http://www.tonyrobertsart.co.uk/


« arronizlive » wrote:
Seeker, that's a great story...
great Albums you mention, Including War of the Worls (one of my favs.)


"War of the Worlds" - a classic for sure, bring on the heat ray!!!


« arronizlive » wrote:
and I was thinking how EVERYTHING has changed this days,
you can find anything on youtube, people are uploading ALL the music in there...

Let's see, Have ANY of you heard of:
Bob Pegg & Nick Strutt - The ShipBuilder.



No, Sir - never heard of it before...! Wink

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 12:09 am    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

Vangelis bounty soundtrack . My mam and Dad had just watched it after renting the video from a local shop. They then went to bed moaning about how it wasn't the same as the original bla bla bla....
I snuck down to watch it hoping there might be a porno one of my brothers might have left lying around somewhere, reluctantly put on the bounty and was drawn into all these emotions that a 14 yyear old shouldn't . Love, despair, anger, bittersweet, happy, and eventual sadness and confusion for the emotions I felt about Fletcher Christian watching the Bounty burn .
All down to Vangelis.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 09, 2013 1:26 am    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

« mik300z » wrote:
[...] I snuck down to watch it hoping there might be a porno one of my brothers might have left lying around somewhere, [...]


If your brothers had left a copy of Body Love lying around down there, this would have been two stunning experiences on the same night.

The Schulze soundtrack, of course.

Stephen

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PostPosted: Sat May 08, 2021 12:00 am    (No subject) Reply with quoteBack to top

The first time I heard Tangerine Dream was in a legendary Finnish radio program Avaruusromua in mid 90's. Avaruusromua (=space junk) was aired as a last program of the week on Sunday evenings after Jazzofrenia (apparently a program focused on jazz) and I realized that I enjoyed more of this weird music than jazz (which I was very much into at a time). It became a routine to close the week by listening to Avaruusromua. The first track that I heard from TD was "The Valley of Sun" which was a previously unreleased track on Dream Roots Collection. I managed to record it on a cassette and listened it over and over again. I had to find out more of this magnificent artist... I went to library and got Rubycon. Wow!

Then after some time I bought Zeit and Alpha Centauri from a class trip to Stockholm. I always remember that when we returned from the trip in the wee hours of the morning, I had to listen the albums immediately and I thought that "Is this music?". It opened my understanding of music immediately and after couple of listens I fell in love with those two early albums... The mystery was around the music at the time; we had no internet access, so the music remained enigmatic and that's what fascinated me.

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