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Posted: July 08 2010, 06:54

Stumbled upon these last night, but they have been up 6 months. Amazing how these are showing up 40 years after the event! Enjoy.

Pt 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvO8uQqLxgA


Pt 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6T9NFEyzB7o
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Posted: July 08 2010, 13:20

:) Great to see Mike had already his own gestual !... on his face and with his hands when he was playing his instrument !

Heyy ! Kevin speaks a perfect French ! ohh God the lyrics in French were really in the Seventies mood ! Listening to Mike when he sings is a pure happiness !
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Posted: July 08 2010, 16:43

yeah what great quality footage.   I like some of KA's later albums but find the music from the era shown here to be mostly awful, but I guess they were having alot of fun up there.  What an amazing experience for the young MO.
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Posted: July 29 2011, 11:15

GREAT MATERIAL! Thank you so much!!!

You can see David Bedford without beard, but with his Vox organ which Mike later used for his demo and Tubular Bells / Hergest Ridge recordings. :)


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Posted: July 29 2011, 11:56

AMAZZZZZZZZZZZING find HISTORY REVEALS ITS SELF, thank you for sharing it with us in the words of the MaestrO himself ONLY TIME WILL TELL. What else might emerge?.

One wonders what else people will find in bags covered in dust one day soon, unbelievable quality, looks as if it was recorded only yesterday with hi tech gear !, & also really nice to find so many people taking an new or renewed interest in MO & the site.
THANKS AGAIN
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Posted: July 30 2011, 05:36

What surprises me is that Mike was already leaning towards that sustained sound on guitar, with very limited means of achieving it, back in those days. You can also hear his style coming thru. Awful music but a great recording. Thanks for putting that up. :)
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Posted: July 30 2011, 10:43

Quote (0+1(I1) @ July 29 2011, 11:56)
unbelievable quality, looks as if it was recorded only yesterday with hi tech gear !

The guy on the flute, not being dressed in anything stereotypical of the era it was recorded in, completely looks like he could have been filmed last week.

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Posted: July 31 2011, 06:09

Quote (CJJC @ July 30 2011, 16:43)
Quote (0 @ 1(I1)+July 29 2011, 11:56)
unbelievable quality, looks as if it was recorded only yesterday with hi tech gear !

The guy on the flute, not being dressed in anything stereotypical of the era it was recorded in, completely looks like he could have been filmed last week.

That's Lol Coxhill.

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