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Posted: June 12 2019, 11:10

Quote (nightspore @ June 11 2019, 06:18)
Sounds like Renee and Renato.

Yes, perhaps. But this one is a good song :p
And a way sadder one.

(Thank you for listening, nightspore!! )
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Posted: June 12 2019, 19:21

That reminds me of Jerome Bixby's story "It's a good life". Watch out - I'm channelling Anthony and this is Peaksville  :(  :laugh:
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Posted: June 24 2019, 19:21

The Assembled Multitude version of the Tommy overture. I've always thought this was the best version - how could it not be, with those tubular bells?  :cool:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v84dWza5TsQ
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Posted: June 29 2019, 17:51

Miles Davis "Filles de Kilimanjaro". Also, reading Herbie Hancock's autobiography ("Possibilities").

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Posted: June 29 2019, 19:17

Quote (larstangmark @ June 29 2019, 17:51)
Miles Davis "Filles de Kilimanjaro".

I prefer Garçons de Kosciuszko   :laugh:
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Posted: June 30 2019, 09:34

Quote (nightspore @ June 29 2019, 19:17)
Quote (larstangmark @ June 29 2019, 17:51)
Miles Davis "Filles de Kilimanjaro".

I prefer Garçons de Kosciuszko   :laugh:

We all have our preferences!  :laugh:

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Posted: July 03 2019, 14:13

Weird music. I LOVE it, it is very relaxing and brings back memories.
(Besides, it reminds me some part of FMO... :D)

Aim - Cold Water Music
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Posted: July 11 2019, 13:54

I'm currently listening to a lot of Italian soft porn soundtracks from the 60s. Right now it's "Femina Ridens" by Stelvio Cipriani. Once you listen, I promise you'll be hooked for life.

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Posted: Aug. 23 2019, 15:47

lol :laugh:

Mike Batt Imagine Something Yesterday - Live At Cadogan Hall

genius and humorous

regards :)
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Posted: Aug. 23 2019, 19:00

I remember Barclay James Harvest did something similar with "Titles".

My favourite Batt song on Tarot Suite - why he included some of the other songs on the record has me "stumped"  :laugh: - is this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjNUPhIrt24

But who is "you" in the song, and who is "I"???  :p

Amusingly, of course, "bat" is a slang word for "masturbation", and according to Monty Python one must never say it to the queen. I feel confident that if  Mike is knighted he will remember this. :D
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Posted: Sep. 01 2019, 19:57

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iX_TFkut1PM
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Posted: Sep. 02 2019, 12:02

This is one of my favorite songs, nightspore!

I have been listening to Vincent lately, which is also excellent. A song for van Gogh.
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Posted: Sep. 02 2019, 18:13

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. A song for van Gogh.

I wonder if Mclean was being funny... how would a song sound to a guy with only one ear???  :D
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Posted: Sep. 02 2019, 20:28

I have discovered a way to find out: close one of your ears!
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Posted: Sep. 03 2019, 04:28

In my mind, there is a connection between the two:

Abba - SOS (1975)

Kim Wilde - Cambodia (1981)

early synth-pop!
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Posted: Sep. 03 2019, 06:18

Pol Pot was considered as the fifth member of ABBA?  :laugh:
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Posted: Sep. 17 2019, 23:35

omg!!
respect
Helloween - Halloween
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Posted: Sep. 17 2019, 23:50

And another one. From Germany, too.
Don't forget to keep rockin'!

Scorpions - In Trance
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Posted: Sep. 18 2019, 07:08

Quote (omgmo @ Sep. 17 2019, 23:35)
omg!!
respect
Helloween - Halloween

Ever since I learned that Mike wanted to bring Music of the Spheres out on Halloween and was unable to that word has connoted for me delays and disappointment and a not-getting-hopes up!
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Posted: Sep. 18 2019, 11:03

(As you might say)
and what about the word Helloween? :laugh:  :laugh:
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