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at this moment im really into nightcore,
loved dubstep before it went popular and became commercial same goes for rap
old songs are so much better its just crazy,

my favourite nightcore song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-I0Pp-SMWdM

     
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I got my own youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/pascaldool

     
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Lot of groups and artists for my part; but since last 20 years my favorite band is always U2

     
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psy trance is my thing.i love it. and love the atmosphere it brings and love the festivals with psy trance and the new age hippies Big Smile yes yes yes. it is the best

     
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i dont like music. i like turtles.

     
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Posted by kekambas:
Lot of groups and artists for my part; but since last 20 years my favorite band is always U2



U2 top group Thumbs Up
Simple Minds,George Michael,Rammstein,The Prodigy and a host of others. Smile

     
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Posted by Drawacard:


I also like some prog rock (I'll watch that Genisis live thing later demo)

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Did ya check it out yet Draw...? I'd give anything to go back in time and see Genesis when Peter Gabriel was still there... but I've seen 'em twice since... in 1980 for their Duke tour...and again in '82 or '83 when they did the tune Mama...

Not a big fan of their stuff after ' And Then There Were Three'...

I have some drumsticks of Phil Collins and Chester Thompson from the night I saw Genesis in Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto in 1980. They did a 2 nighter... My girlfriend and I snuck into MLG the next day. My intent was to either meet Phil Collins,...or sneak up onto the stage to play his drum kit... Big Smile Even at the risk of getting arrested... Shock

Big fan of YES also... Seen them too when they toured using the round stage in 1978, although Bill Bruford wasn't the drummer at that point...

Big Bruford and Collins fan... They appeared together drumming for Genesis in the early '70s for 1 concert in Wembley or Knebworth I think it was in the mid '70s... I would happily DIE and go back in time to see THAT one...!

Quick story about Bill Bruford,... He's my all time favorite drummer,... He was with King Crimson playing at Massey Hall in Toronto in the mid '90s... I went with my buddy... After the concert, their bus was parked at the side... So I said let's hang out,...they'll have to come out at some point... About 2 hours later,...Bill, Adrian Belew,...and Tony Levin came out and I got to meet them,...but in particular,...I met BILL BRUFORD...!!! Out of 6 billion folks on Earth,...I got to meet the ONE guy I always wanted to meet...!!! Real nice guy too... They hung out and chatted with us for about 1/2 an hour... UNbelievable... It was like a Christian meeting Jesus to me...lol... Worship

     
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dudes i wrote about my favorite music - psy trance. but i didnt get 5 points for that.can you tell me what should i write in offtopic forums to get 5 points for a post? i could use some points ,and this looks liek the easiest way to get'em. so? what are your suggestions? i am new to this Smile

     
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That Robert Fripp (black suit) is an odd sort eh...? Crazy this song is...:


     
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Good choice Demo. I love King Crimson especially with Adrian Belew. Check out Frame by Frame.


     
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Posted by zeroster:
Good choice Demo. I love King Crimson especially with Adrian Belew. Check out Frame by Frame.



Ya,...I agree with ya zero.... They were great before,...I have ALL their albums on CD,...but I much prefer the new sound since Levin and Belew came along... particularly on the 3 albums Beat, Discipline, and Three of a Perfect Pair...

Belew reminds me of an escapee from a lunatic asylum...which seems to be his influence on the music.

Check THIS one... Listen to the spoken words especially,...could even be applied to poker as if your deciding whether or not to play your hand... Smile



     
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Excellent stuff. His work with Frank Zappa is amazing too.


Here's one from Gong, my favorite band.

Edited by zeroster (09 April 2014 @ 23:20 GMT)


     
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Hahahahaaa.... Pretty bizarre song that....lol..

I Googled that band Gong and found out a few interesting things..... Firstly,...Bill Bruford sat in on drums for a few months in 1974...

- Dave Stewart, keyboard player associated with Bruford sat in for a bit...

...and that guitarist Steve Hillage... can't quite put my finger on where I know that name from... Question

     
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Steve Hillage has a lot of solo work from the 70's and 80's. He's also the man behind System Seven.

Solo stuff: This is called the Glorious Om Riff. Many,many bands have used it since he wrote it in the seventies.


System Seven



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Hillage

Edited by zeroster (10 April 2014 @ 00:47 GMT)


     
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Hey zero....I'm liking that Glorious Om thing there... and the best thing about it is that there's no singing...

I much prefer instrumental stuff... Gonna have to look into that album Green... Smile Thumbs Up


Check this one out if you have time...You might like it... It's a prog rock version of Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf produced by Jack Lancaster and Robin Lumley,...keyboard for Brand X

I had the album since way back.... It took me forever to find it on CD.... Finally found it on eBay from Germany...

I don't know why someone titled it done by Manfred Mann, although, he is on it... Along with Eno, Bruford, Phil Collins,...other greats too... One of my all time favorite albums...:


Edited by demodawggy (10 April 2014 @ 01:52 GMT)


     
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Just got around to listening to it demo. Yeah I like that a lot.

Here's another one for you, mostly instrumental.

We're turning this into the prog thread. Big Smile


     
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http://youtu.be/XbGs_qK2PQA

     
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Posted by zeroster:

We're turning this into the prog thread. Big Smile



Ya,...let's do it... Smile Thumbs Up

I meant to say about that Gong post....

I kept thinking that it sounded much like music for Tele-Tubbies on acid... Big Smile< heheeeee....

...couple things.... I Googled Caravan to see what's with them and saw the name Geoff Richardson. I knew that name from somewhere....so I flipped through my albums and found he sat in with a little known prog band from Scotland called Cafe Jacques... Not a BIG fan of them,...but I followed EVERYWHERE Phil Collins went back then, and he also played on one of Cafe's albums...

...I also saw that Caravan played at some Plumpton Festival alongside YES and another band I like called Colosseum (later Colosseum II)...

Here's another Lancaster & Lumley album you MIGHT like... Concept album about a musical journey to Mars... Mostly members of Brand X,...but with a few other sit ins... and of course,...Phil Collins on drums...

A lot of folks don't really know about what Collins is all about and has done other than Genesis and all that Sussudio stuff,...and whining about his ex... but he is ONE KILLER fusion drummer...!!! Thumbs Up

Run this in the background while you play poker...,... if you don't get it all,...just go to YouTube and enter: marscape,...then play the top one that is in multiple parts,...you'll see it...

Edited by demodawggy (12 April 2014 @ 17:44 GMT)


     
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Nice stuff demo. try this, another one from Gong, it settles down into a riff that you should now be familiar with. Hint, it's that Om riff again, in fact it's first incarnation.



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Posted by demodawggy:

I meant to say about that Gong post....

I kept thinking that it sounded much like music for Tele-Tubbies on acid... Big Smile< heheeeee....



Funny you should say that, my first experience of Gong coincided with my first experience of acid. That kind of stays with you for your whole life.

Edited by zeroster (12 April 2014 @ 22:05 GMT)


     
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That Gong thing is growin' on me there zerodude... I scanned eBay to see what's available... There's lots there... That whirly-bird tea pot CD can be had brand new for $11...!!!

Check THIS one out... Tommy Bolin... Was with Deep Purple and James Gang for a bit.

Phil Collins on this album, along with Billy Cobham,... Narada Michael Walden (w/Jeff Beck,...others), David Sanborn, sax.... others...

Nice edgy guitar,...tasty sax,...KILLER drumming... Run it in the background,...You'll love it...!





     
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