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Thread: The Glam rock period.
2008-10-06, 00:47 #21
2008-10-06, 00:55 #22
The Glam rock period.
>Otherwise the original version can be found on For Your Pleasure.
I also have a version by Brian Ferry and Jane Birkin (singing in English, not French thank god!).
2008-10-06, 12:25 #23
Thank you from the frenchies!!!
We like when Bryan Ferry talks in french!
2008-10-06, 13:07 #24
Anyway Jane sings with a heavy English accent even on the French songs.SBT - North Star dac 192 - Croft 25Pre and Series 7 power - Sonus Faber Grand Piano Domus
2008-10-07, 01:58 #25
Model Citizen and Philip
I've just listened to your song and I think you might both enjoy my example of the Castanets. I had just guessed by what you meant as the atmosphere but it's quite the same. First Lights Freeze, the first two songs really form one that compare better than I expected just by guessing what you mean. I really like the one you pointed out.
Oh yeah, the version I listened to was from For Your Pleasure. I can hardly wait to listen with my system instead of the fast version of my computer.
Last edited by Nonreality; 2008-10-07 at 02:00.
2008-10-07, 11:09 #26
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2008-10-15, 01:40 #29
I got hold of Cathedral and First Light's Freeze.
I've only given both of them cursory listens (but a couple of times) and marked them "must have another listen some time in the future".
My immediate impression (and immediate impressions are often wrong and are very open to being revised) was that although the records had a very nice sound the song-writing was lazy and the "songs" tended to be still-born and undeveloped. I'd have also liked a few more tunes and/or rhythm.
You did ask. :-)
2008-10-17, 00:57 #30