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10 hours ago, Pragi said:

But boring is very boring,or ? 😂

Funny you should type that.  There really IS a Boring, Or!   Only about 20 miles away from my Mom's place across the river from me.

 

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15 hours ago, Pragi said:

But boring is very boring,or ? 😂

i think if they'd've played the same set in a smaller venue it wouldn,t have been so boring, maybe... i like to see the whites of their eyes

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It's time to enter the wonderful and frightening world of The Fall. The only constant of the band in its 40 plus year history was the legendary Mark E Smith. He was a somewhat demanding man to work with. There is a wiki page dedicated to the former members of the band. There's over 40 of them.:D

 

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Speaking of Mark Smith (who is most definitely a Northerner), here's a track that helped to provide the soundtrack for my first year at university:

 

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Time for some late 70s fusion jazz...

Michael Colombier - (self-titled album)

With folks like Michael Brecker, Lee Ritenour, Herbie Hancock, Jaco Pastorius, Michael Boddicker, Larry Carlton, Tom Scott and other giants of the day. It's like an old friend. I'm past this kind of music now, but revisiting it is definitely fun.

 

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4 minutes ago, Notes_Norton said:

Time for some late 70s fusion jazz...

Michael Colombier - (self-titled album)

With folks like Michael Brecker, Lee Ritenour, Herbie Hancock, Jaco Pastorius, Michael Boddicker, Larry Carlton, Tom Scott and other giants of the day. It's like an old friend. I'm past this kind of music now, but revisiting it is definitely fun.

 

So, nobody noteworthy plays on this?

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I know it's Saturday and I'm hardly awake, but I did hear you the first time! 😜

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The Great Gig In The Sky - Pink Floyd

Man that gal can wail!!! Clare H. Torry improvised it on the spot, and then asked meekly if it was any good.

(sorry about the double-click - I can't promise it won't happen again  - I'm like that)

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Capriccio Italien - Pyotr Tchaikovsky - Cleveland Orch / George Szell conducting

 

 

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