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Windows 7: What Are You Listening To? [2]

30 Jul 2010   #841
johnwillyums

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This lot were quite a hazard in a pub with no stage. Which is where I used to go and see them

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30 Jul 2010   #842
noobvious

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Quote:
Review by Bruce Eder
For many years, this double LP/CD was one of the most popular albums in Pink Floyd's pre-Dark Side of the Moon output, containing a live disc and a studio disc all for the price of one (in the LP version). The live set, recorded in Birmingham and Manchester in June 1969, is limited to four numbers, all drawn from the group's first two LPs or their then recent singles. Featuring the band's second lineup (i.e., no Syd Barrett), the set shows off a very potent group, their sound held together on-stage by Nick Mason's assertive drumming and Roger Waters' powerful bass work, which keep the proceedings moving no matter how spaced out the music gets; they also sound like they've got the amplifiers to make their music count, which is more than the early band had. "Astronomy Domine," "Careful with That Axe Eugene," "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun," and "A Saucerful of Secrets" are all superior here to their studio originals, done longer, louder, and harder, with a real edge to the playing. The studio disc was more experimental, each member getting a certain amount of space on the record to make his own music -- Richard Wright's "Sysyphus" was a pure keyboard work, featuring various synthesizers, organs, and pianos; David Gilmour's "The Narrow Way" was a three-part instrumental for acoustic and electric guitars and electronic keyboards; and Nick Mason's "The Grand Vizier's Garden Party" made use of a vast range of acoustic and electric percussion devices. Roger Waters' "Grantchester Meadows" was a lyrical folk-like number unlike almost anything else the group ever did. In 1994 the album was remastered and reissued in a green slipcase, in a version a lot louder and sharper (and cheaper) than the original CD release.
source for above quote allmusic ((( Ummagumma > Overview )))
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30 Jul 2010   #843
johnwillyums

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good idea
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30 Jul 2010   #844
A Guy

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31 Jul 2010   #845
gregrocker

 

Love the Call. Michael Been has the voice of God. Thanks.

Another God voice was Ian Curtis who narrarated his own suicide in Joy Division:



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31 Jul 2010   #846
johnwillyums

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Agreed, Ian Curtis was fantastic. A lot of bands have made a career out of being sub Joy Division-The Editors, Interpol, Secret Machines. None of them quite as good although I quite like the latter two and am looking forward to Interpol's imminent new album
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31 Jul 2010   #847
BugMeister

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<<BASS MORE BASS>>

HQ it..
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31 Jul 2010   #848
johnwillyums

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BugMeister View Post


<<BASS MORE BASS>>

HQ it..
Excellent BM. That's just what I needed. Think I have internal bleeding, gonna lie down....
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31 Jul 2010   #849
BugMeister

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strangely strange but oddly normal..



Tony Christie's finest moment - Jarvis Cocker wrote this..
and it's such a brilliant vehicle for Mr Christie's voice..

- a small and strangely sensible masterpiece..
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31 Jul 2010   #850
noobvious

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johnwillyums View Post
Agreed, Ian Curtis was fantastic. A lot of bands have made a career out of being sub Joy Division-The Editors, Interpol, Secret Machines. None of them quite as good although I quite like the latter two and am looking forward to Interpol's imminent new album
I enjoy Interpol too.
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