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[#] Thu Jun 26 2014 09:42:23 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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Hmm, this "unwanted" song is mildly entertaining but mostly simply "meh". Also, there are too many breaks, they should have condensed it more, like Snog does.. Anyway, Mr. Bungle or SPK are slightly more "unwanted" to a broader audience, I guess.



[#] Fri Jun 27 2014 00:36:41 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Unwanted up to the bagpipes.  I think if you do fall of the brink of easy listening, you need a re-charge with your old classic stacks of wax.

I have pulled some out of mothballs and have been streaming some old stuff.  Kinda fun.  I appreciate the older stuff more and it makes the stuff the kids listen to tolerable to even fun sometimes ;-)

Do some Snakefinger and then some Talking Heads 77, and then mix in some Black Flag, and finish it off with some XTC (does not matter what album) ***

*** Mix in whatever you have laying around.  It does not matter, as long as you have saved it.  Go to a place where you can stay hidden for a while, and don the giant headphones - long ass cord- or if you can get away with it speakers and jam.  In lieu of some spot in your own abode (w/o sad soul shared space)... get out there with a boom box in a field, or if your car is capable drive to somewhere and do an hour or two by yourself with your tunes.  Might want to bring along a spare charged battery with a good charge in case you overstep your bounds of jam bandwidth.  Have fun!

Re-share with a significant other might be in order.  Or it might not.  I will post what I find :-)

 



[#] Fri Jun 27 2014 08:20:59 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Have you listened to XTC as a completely different band name? Gr, can't quite remember the name, but they released one or two albums of psychadelic music under a different name.

[#] Fri Jun 27 2014 10:35:32 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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No, but if you do find the please post it.



[#] Fri Jun 27 2014 11:18:52 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Ah, there it is.

The Dukes of Stratosphear. The first of these that they made was "25 O'Clock", released 1 April 1985.

[#] Sat Jun 28 2014 09:07:00 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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I have pulled some out of mothballs and have been streaming some old
stuff.  Kinda fun.  I appreciate the older stuff more and it makes
the stuff the kids listen to tolerable to even fun sometimes ;-)

Hey, you never know when the kids will take a liking to something you're listening to ... new, old, or whatever.

My 14yo has taken to listening to some of my favorite guitar wizards (Satriani, Vai, etc) and later on, I happened to be listening to some 1980's era Genesis, which is now how absolute favorite even though they haven't played in years.

[#] Sat Jun 28 2014 10:45:35 EDT from vince-q @ Cascade Lodge BBS

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My 14yo has taken to listening to some of my favorite guitar wizards

(Satriani, Vai, etc) and later on, I happened to be listening to some

1980's era Genesis, which is now how absolute favorite even though they

haven't played in years.



Do your 14yo a musical favor and introduce the kid to 1970s Genesis. Albums like Foxtrot, Selling England By the Pound, and that incomparable live album, Seconds Out.

And along the way, immerse yourself in "Supper's Ready," Genesis' absolute masterpiece. The problem being that they created "Supper's Ready" in 1972 at the beginning of their career on the world stage. It's really difficult for any group of musicians to "outdo themselves" when they produced their very best at their (almost) very beginning.

[#] Sat Jun 28 2014 11:42:40 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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The 70's stuff was definitely a more prog rock sound, which is great for me, but for him ... we're working up to that.

[#] Sat Jun 28 2014 22:06:08 EDT from vince-q @ Cascade Lodge BBS

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Jun 28 2014 8:42am from IGnatius T Foobar @uncnsrd (Uncensored)
The 70's stuff was definitely a more prog rock sound, which is great

for me, but for him ... we're working up to that.



Back "in the day" (1979-1982) I played multi-keyboards in a band called Sentinel - we did the south Jersey circuit.

We opened with a set of classic rock.
Then a set of Pink Floyd (first half of The Wall, then some Dark Side).

Then the Genesis Set:
Watcher of the Skies
Squonk
Horizons (guitar solo)
Supper's Ready
Then the Encore:
Los Endos / Dance on a Volcano

The crowd would go nuts. The final bit, after all that, was:
Starship Trooper (Yes)
Followed by me saying "can we *please* go home now?"

Four nights a week doing that. LOADS of work.
It was wonderful!!

"There's an angel standing in the sun
and he's crying with a loud voice:
'This is the supper of the Mighty One."
Lord of Lords; King of Kings
Has returned to lead His children home,
To take them to the new Jerusalem."

[#] Sun Jun 29 2014 04:28:17 EDT from dothebart @ Uncensored

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over here Guitar Hero / WII takes the part of bridging that music into the next generation - and does a pretty good job at it.

nowadays you get it pretty cheap on ebay...



[#] Mon Jun 30 2014 08:33:11 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I could see a comedy bit of someone teaching children music through Carl Orff's methodology (which involved fairly simplistic music instruments), then almost immediately shifting to Gentle Giant or the like.

[#] Tue Jul 01 2014 22:43:05 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Ah, yeah, I remember that video, dothebart, (the unlikely lullaby).

[#] Wed Jul 02 2014 14:07:44 EDT from ax25 @ Uncensored

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Fri Jun 27 2014 11:18:52 AM EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

Ah, there it is.

The Dukes of Stratosphear. The first of these that they made was "25 O'Clock", released 1 April 1985.

Thanks!  Now just need to find it.... :-)



[#] Wed Jul 02 2014 14:50:50 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Well, I know you can find it on Youtube (which is how I initially discoveredd it). I don't know how much of it you'll find there, or if it was taken down for copyright reasons, but you might find it there.

[#] Mon Jul 07 2014 12:28:23 EDT from vince-q @ Uncensored

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This weekend David Gilmour's wife, Polly Samson, gave the world some great news as after 20 years the truly legendary and world famous band Pink Floyd will be releasing a new album titled "The Endless River" in October!

http://www.enjoythemusic.com/news/

[#] Mon Jul 07 2014 14:00:17 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Hm...

That should be an interesting album. I wonder if it will sound the same without Roger Waters. If so, Roger Waters can suck it, for all that hullaballoo he made about them not being allowed to use the Pink Floyd name.

[#] Mon Jul 07 2014 14:01:12 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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(Although, really, he could suck it anyway... bands change members and such, and even their overall sound... it's just what happens over time).

[#] Mon Jul 07 2014 14:26:52 EDT from Freakdog @ Dog Pound BBS II

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Floyd has released two albums since Waters' departure: A Momentary Lapse of Reason in 1987 and The Division Bell in 1994.

[#] Mon Jul 07 2014 16:54:51 EDT from vince-q @ Cascade Lodge BBS

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Floyd changed.
And that is not a bad thing, necessarily.

Hell, for that matter go listen to some opera:

1. Verdi: Rigoletto and Otello. Different as can be. Same guy.
2. Wagner: Flying Dutchman and Parsifal. See #1.


That is what musicians do!

[#] Mon Jul 07 2014 18:42:10 EDT from the_mgt @ Uncensored

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http://qz.com/228483/dont-ask-a-young-opera-singer-these-three-questions/

Sidenote: Their webdesign skillz are over 9000!



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