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    Playing Radio Waves by Roger Waters from Radio K.A.O.S. (1987)

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    Caught this on Paul Webster's Cro Jazz plugin. Sort of like a better looking, modern day Ian Anderson from Outer Space.
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    Angel's Arcana - The Reveries Of Solitude
    For sure they don't deny some origin of style. On the last album a song was even called Fields Of The...
    Not the real Carl McCoy but he tries. Since FOTN became silent for to long now this is very welcome.

    tip: https://swissdarknights.bandcamp.com...racy-of-angels

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    Transporter (modded) -> RG142 -> Avantgarde Acoustic based 500VA monoblocks -> Sommer SPK240 -> self-made speakers

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    Saw Mike Dawes on Rick Beato's Youtube channel and I am addicted. Just listening to his version of Van Halen's Jump https://mikedawes.bandcamp.com/track/jump
    Incredible fingerstyle playing which emulates the guitar, bass and drums magically and in a beautiful way
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    The arrival of a new iPad meant an offer of 3 months trial of Apple TV+, and we watched the Velvet Underground documentary that has been pretty widely trailed.

    I was really rather impressed, it worked well to set the band in the New York art world and illustrated their origins pretty well. Raced through the third and fourth albums quite quickly. Some good stuff on LaMonte Young and Marian Zazeela, Tony Conrad et al, but I never noticed a mention of Angus MacLise.

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    Leprous - Baard Kolstad!

    What an amazing and energetic drummer!:


    And, of course, Slay Radio, with its C64 sound, to get into coding mood! ;-)
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    Everly Brothers, Roots

    Amidst all this rock and roll mayhem, I'll post this one listening to it now. Later on in their career the Everly Brothers ventured into what became known as country rock territory. They influenced a host of other musicians with this album, covers of a variety of country-ish songs.

    Very enjoyable. They were still in good form as classic Everly duet singers, and you can hear the influence on the Birds and others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonM View Post
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    Everly Brothers, Roots

    Amidst all this rock and roll mayhem, I'll post this one listening to it now. Later on in their career the Everly Brothers ventured into what became known as country rock territory. They influenced a host of other musicians with this album, covers of a variety of country-ish songs.

    Very enjoyable. They were still in good form as classic Everly duet singers, and you can hear the influence on the Birds and others.

    R.
    love this album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonM View Post
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    They were still in good form as classic Everly duet singers
    R.
    +1

    I had the great good fortune to attend two of their live concerts after the famous re-union at the Royal Albert Hall.

    First around 1984 at the Wolf Trap Farm Park in N. Virginia, an open air venue and where a lightning strike took out the power to the venue during their performance. They boys continued un-phased, as it were, in A Cappella mode in the surreal environment of the stage in pitch black darkness and the audience in the open sided main pavilion dimly lit with the house emergency lighting. I think they chose " Kentucky" as their first song.

    Secondly at the NEC here in Birmingham around 1996 where they were supported by Duane Eddy.

    On both occasions the great Albert Lee was the lead guitarist in their band.

    My favourite song is in Chet Atkins video where they sing Mark Knopfler's "Why Worry" accompanied by Chet and Mark. Clearly not spring chickens but on wonderful form.
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    Salamandos!

    As this year's retro gaming fair, Retromessa, is getting closer, I'm really digging David Wise and Kevin Bayliss' great 80's rock song, Salamandos. -A fantastic fun and catchy tribute to the genre and retro gaming in general from two legends in the gaming industry, heard for the first time during last year's digital event!
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