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Posted: May 04 2005, 18:36

There's a 4th version of HR as well: you can derive one from fan track/covers such as "the Songs of Hergest Ridge" (strongly recommended) and good recordings of the HR midi's. Add onto it the "hard rock" live version of Martian Thunderstorm, and you should be able to have a Cd's worth of more HR material.

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Posted: May 04 2005, 18:56

Quote (TanGram @ May 04 2005, 19:11)
Pink Floyd, 'Echoes'

Me too :).

Thanks for that info on a fourth version of Hergest Ridge, Hiawatha  Where can I find it ? please, pretty please  :) .


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Posted: May 04 2005, 19:22

Starfield - 40
(a U2-cover, from the 1st real listenable tribute-album to this band, called "In The Name Of Love")


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Posted: May 04 2005, 22:21

Quote (moonchildhippy @ May 04 2005, 18:56)
Thanks for that info on a fourth version of Hergest Ridge, Hiawatha  Where can I find it ? please, pretty please  :) .

You have to make it yourself: first, burn the MP3's of the fan tracks "The Songs of Hergest Ridge" (a sort of HR redone in the style of TSODE) to your CD. I'm not sure exactly where to find TSOHR now: hopefully, in the fan tracks forum at tubular.net

Follow it with a WAV output (using really good audio patches) of the HR midi files found in the midi section at www.tubular.net

The "hard rocking" Martian thunderstorm is a live track floating around. I found it on the OHR Cd someone burned me. Not sure where to get this now!


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Posted: May 05 2005, 08:41

@ Dkay: everybody's got to sleep sometime, haven't they? :D

Now playing: Jean Michel Jarre - Equinoxe, parts 1 to 4


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Posted: May 05 2005, 09:35

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@ Dkay: everybody's got to sleep sometime, haven't they? :D

surely, but it becomes earlier and earlier @ yours.
:)

NP:  Jon Anderson - Is this Love


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Posted: May 05 2005, 19:00

Tangerine Dream - Phaedra

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Posted: May 06 2005, 05:23

Quote (hiawatha @ May 05 2005, 03:21)
Quote (moonchildhippy @ May 04 2005, 18:56)
Thanks for that info on a fourth version of Hergest Ridge, Hiawatha  Where can I find it ? please, pretty please  :) .

You have to make it yourself: first, burn the MP3's of the fan tracks "The Songs of Hergest Ridge" (a sort of HR redone in the style of TSODE) to your CD. I'm not sure exactly where to find TSOHR now: hopefully, in the fan tracks forum at tubular.net

Follow it with a WAV output (using really good audio patches) of the HR midi files found in the midi section at www.tubular.net

The "hard rocking" Martian thunderstorm is a live track floating around. I found it on the OHR Cd someone burned me. Not sure where to get this now!

????  I'm confused :/ .  Technical stuff, I'm lost , Hiawatha.  My computer is antique, well as far as computers go, the disc drive no longer works. It just about copes with Broadband.  I thing my computer is held together in true Blue Peter fashion, with "Double sided sticky tape", not forgetting the empty washing up liquid bottles, and the loo roll tubes    :laugh: .

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If you feel a little glum to Hergest Ridge you should come.


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Posted: May 06 2005, 05:58

Kevin Ayres - The Confessions of Dr Dream

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Posted: May 06 2005, 11:05

David Grisman-cajun mandolin :D
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Posted: May 06 2005, 13:22

Mike Oldfield - Incantations

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Posted: May 06 2005, 13:39

Terry Hoax - Hotel Suicide

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Posted: May 06 2005, 14:09

"Prima Donna" from the soundtrack to Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom of the Opera". :)

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Posted: May 06 2005, 15:04

Gong - Downwind

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Posted: May 06 2005, 15:17

John Dyson - Beyond the Gates

The track 'Home (Into the Light)' seems really appropriate on this sad day. No words - just beautiful music.


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Posted: May 06 2005, 15:33

Peter Murphy - Rollcall (Reprise)

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Posted: May 06 2005, 15:44

David Bowie - Outside.

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Posted: May 06 2005, 16:31

Kate Bush - Hounds Of Love

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Posted: May 06 2005, 16:58

Jean Michel Jarre - Magnetic fields (or rather, Les chants magnétiques), parts 2 to 5. I don't like part 1. :)

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Posted: May 06 2005, 17:59

Mike Oldfield - Rite of Man
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