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what tunes are you listening to?
Cygnus Bazza
sweevo wrote:

My first foray into KISS - thanks, Scooby Doo and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery. Smile

I love a bit of KISS. I'm out of step with the bulk of fans, though, as I think Dynasty and Love Gun are their best albums while Destroyer and Ace Frehley's solo album are a bit overrated. Had the pleasure of seeing them 'live' on the Psycho Circus tour in '99 and that was quite incredible. Psycho Circus would, indeed, be my top KISS track - as I say, I'm somewhat out of step with the fan base.
 
Deva
In the last few days...
Pink Floyd - Relics
Gorillaz - The Fall
Jamiroquai - Synkronized
Bat for Lashes - Fur and Gold
The Sisters of Mercy - Vision Thing
My Bee's Garden - Hunt the Keeper
"Time really is getting short, you know..."
 
Cygnus Bazza
Yes Tales from Topographic Oceans. Well it's the weekend.
 
Cygnus Bazza
After blowing away a few cobwebs with the first set of Slavonic Dances, this morning I'll be targeting Stranded, Siren and the first half (i.e the good half) of Manifesto in a Roxy mini-binge for Father's Day, as I clearly deserve it!
 
One Spare Part
Ooh, a bit of classic Roxy. Conna fault ya, duck.
I have been mellowing out to Tapestry / Carol King. Not a dud track on the whole album.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Cygnus Bazza
One Spare Part wrote:

Ooh, a bit of classic Roxy. Conna fault ya, duck.
I have been mellowing out to Tapestry / Carol King. Not a dud track on the whole album.

If there was an Official Global Mellow Scale (and there should be), that album would rank very high although still some way below Miles Davis's Kind of Blue.

Absolutely no doubt that 'Mother Of Pearl' is Roxy's best song. Sheer bloomin' GENIUS! They deffo lost something, for me, when they swerved from artpop/rock to their late-career laid-back AOR/MOR phase.
 
One Spare Part
Cygnus Bazza wrote:

One Spare Part wrote:

Ooh, a bit of classic Roxy. Conna fault ya, duck.
I have been mellowing out to Tapestry / Carol King. Not a dud track on the whole album.

If there was an Official Global Mellow Scale (and there should be), that album would rank very high although still some way below Miles Davis's Kind of Blue.

Absolutely no doubt that 'Mother Of Pearl' is Roxy's best song. Sheer bloomin' GENIUS! They deffo lost something, for me, when they swerved from artpop/rock to their late-career laid-back AOR/MOR phase.

Don't listen to anything post Manifesto...don't listen to Manifesto either. Old Skool!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
sweevo
The Blake Robinson Synthetic Orchestra, a YouTube channel specialising in orchestral remixes of classic video game music. Smile
 
sweevo
Genesis live in Dusseldorf from 14 years ago. Smile Hopefully, the latest tour will be as solid.
 
sweevo
Genesis Live in Zurich 1977, which took place 44 years ago today and was their second-to-last gig with guitarist Steve Hackett (the last gig would be the following night in Munich). Smile
 
sweevo
Genesis Live at Wembley Stadium, which took place 34 years ago today and was their last gig of the Invisible Touch tour. The official video release is missing the In the Cage Medley (I have a copy of a bootleg recording from the BBC radio broadcast, which has the whole show). Smile
 
sweevo
Queen Live at Wembley Stadium, to mark the 35th anniversary of what is considered to be one of their defining gigs. You can watch and listen to it here: https://www.youtu...ov8oKUChWo
 
sweevo
Queen at Live Aid (36 years ago today) followed by a performance of Genesis from their 1992 tour in support of We Can't Dance.
 
Deva
sweevo wrote:

Queen Live at Wembley Stadium, to mark the 35th anniversary of what is considered to be one of their defining gigs. You can watch and listen to it here: https://www.youtu...ov8oKUChWo


What a fantastic concert that is. Live at the Rainbow 1974 is another great Queen show.
"Time really is getting short, you know..."
 
Lee Bagnall
Heroes of Deep Space House vol.1: Helly Larson

Five hours of chilled deep and tech house. Magic.
"Seldon, Janov. Space Commander. Alpha 14922. Name, rank and serial number. That's all you're getting!"
 
sweevo
Genesis "Live Over Europe" from their 2007 Turn It On Again tour - namely, the free concert in Rome, Italy, which took place 14 years ago today (can't link it because most of the audio on YouTube has been blocked via copyright - thanks, WMG/UMG, you Alpha-craters Sad ).
 
sweevo
Michael Jackson Live at Wembley Stadium, which took place 33 years ago today... a third of a century! (and during his week-long stretch of sold-out shows at WS)
 
One Spare Part
Re-visiting classic era ELO:
Eldorado Face the Music A New World Record Out of the Blue.
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Lee Bagnall
Managed to find the tracks I really liked out of that five hour mix:
Helly Larson - Cherry Blossom Nice bouncy house tune
Marco Grandi - Soulounge (Helly Larson mix) bit darker more deep house tune.
"Seldon, Janov. Space Commander. Alpha 14922. Name, rank and serial number. That's all you're getting!"
 
sweevo
Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest, which took place 35 years ago today. Smile The concert was filmed but was edited to fit on a single 90-minute VHS tape, and the excised material was discarded. Thankfully, the complete show exists in audio form, so you can listen to it that way. You can view this historic gig (one of the first rock and roll concerts behind the then-beginning-to-disintegrate Iron Curtain) here: https://www.youtu...IL58Dt1yFo
 
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