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jellybean Posted - 13/01/2006 : 17:40:49
As it's friday the 13th, I decided to stay on the couch under my duvet! currently listening to jefferson airplane..feed your head
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BobbyFischer Posted - 16/02/2019 : 16:00:54
Wring that neck is sort of Deep Purples Revalation. . I normally skip the studio version, its a pretty monotone boring instrumental melody. But live its quite another story! Like here from 1969, only 25 minutes long unfortunally.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqQL8XSzaAw

One of my favourite visual parts is at around 6.30 when Jon Lord takes a solo and Roger Glover stands there in the background,almost like a fan in the audience, so clearly listening and curious of where Jon Lord is going this time.





BobbyFischer Posted - 15/02/2019 : 20:57:42
Thin Lizzy The Emerald https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyW5g9DtuU0 Aband Think this band is so underrated! Sabbath, Zeppelin and Purple are often credited for pioneers of hard rock and metal, and of course no one will argue that.

But what about one of the most known band in the metal stratosphere Iron Maiden? Run to the hills :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZlDZPYzfm4&t=225s To me this is the Thin Lizzy Emerald folk style, just much faster of course.
BobbyFischer Posted - 10/02/2019 : 21:00:08
Agree LK, Dont like her voice, not awful but just one of many without any special to it.

And Ritchie has lost much of his creativity sadly. Think it may be that he is lost in that 16th century folk melody style. Greatly hinted by on the first Rainbow albums with Dio, but then there was so much more also in his guitar playing,hard rock,psychedelia, blues,classical..
lemonade kid Posted - 10/02/2019 : 14:49:56
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Originally posted by BobbyFischer



When Blackmore is praised in music magazines, almost without exceptions only his pioneering neo classical guitar solos are praised, like highway Star, Burn and solos in Child in Time.

Maybe its because (I feel) Im getting older but later Ive been much more fan of his bluesy side, like Lazy :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqM5L5JQseI And also, in lack of better description, the under playing style in Soldiers of fortune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqM5L5JQseI

Right. Not a huge fan nowadays with his wife on vocals, dressed up like minstrels of the 16th century. Prog/baroque?

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. – GENE CLARK
BobbyFischer Posted - 08/02/2019 : 20:09:04

When Blackmore is praised in music magazines, almost without exceptions only his pioneering neo classical guitar solos are praised, like highway Star, Burn and solos in Child in Time.

Maybe its because (I feel) Im getting older but later Ive been much more fan of his bluesy side, like Lazy :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqM5L5JQseI And also, in lack of better description, the under playing style in Soldiers of fortune:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9hmm6MZ3GY
BobbyFischer Posted - 23/11/2018 : 01:01:45
Been way to long since ive listened to John Cale solo, thanks for the wake up call :-)
lemonade kid Posted - 18/11/2018 : 14:42:13
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Originally posted by BobbyFischer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc1-0NqjzSo


Nice.

Right now it's the amazing live double LP, "Fragments of a Rainy Season". Really fine.

Paris 1919
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3O-gL4JQps&index=8&list=PLGe3Y6qwFi2sb_Cd2kLLMTpCoFD5tuBdO

The Ballad Of Cable Hogue
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BsCTGCbLL8&t=0s&list=PLGe3Y6qwFi2sb_Cd2kLLMTpCoFD5tuBdO&index=8

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. – GENE CLARK
lemonade kid Posted - 18/11/2018 : 14:36:52
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Originally posted by BobbyFischer

Another great soundtrack is Warren Ellis and Nick Caves music to the assassination of Jesse James. Liked the movie, but its one of this rare moments when the music is even better than the movie. The melody starting at 5.44 is one of my favourites, sounds like a mix between Beau Brummels Magic hollow and ennio Morricone..



Yep!

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. – GENE CLARK
BobbyFischer Posted - 17/11/2018 : 10:52:47
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc1-0NqjzSo
BobbyFischer Posted - 17/11/2018 : 10:52:09
Another great soundtrack is Warren Ellis and Nick Caves music to the assassination of Jesse James. Liked the movie, but its one of this rare moments when the music is even better than the movie. The melody starting at 5.44 is one of my favourites, sounds like a mix between Beau Brummels Magic hollow and ennio Morricone..

BobbyFischer Posted - 17/11/2018 : 10:05:46
And I Love this music theme from the movie! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4NCC0dUXks
BobbyFischer Posted - 17/11/2018 : 09:51:50
Cool LK! I have some relatives in Dakota, have only met them one time when I was was around 10 years old when they were visiting my grand parents.

Was a massive imigration to America from Norway and the other Scandinavian countries from around 1850 to 1900.

From the west coast of Norway were Im from I will guess 80 prosent have relatives in the US.

Have you seen the Cohen brothers movie Fargo btw? Such a great movie, was a mega success in Norway, guess it reminded us of people in the small towns and villages in Norway,, of course stereotypied but in a warm and funny way. And also funny to hear these norwegian influenced swearwords like: Heck!

lemonade kid Posted - 13/10/2018 : 16:01:02
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Originally posted by BobbyFischer

Glad you liked Kim Larsen LK! Didnt excpect replies since he sings in danish, was just in the moment,sad and paying homage to scandinavias greatest artist since Cornelis Wresvijk.

In Denmark he was greater than Queen Margrethe (that is actually a cool Queen even for us against monarchy). One of Denmarks most known newspaper had Kim Larsen titles in all their sportscolumn headlines as a tribute, here in Norway Kim Larsen was played in the pause of most top division football games the day after.

Never heard of Abalone Dots before but thumbs up! Especially the River cover is good!





I love their native language songs too. I don't always warm to languages I don't understand in music, but any Scandinavian country's language is especially close to me. Raised in Minnesota, we have a rich heritage in my family dating way back...Snowbergs, Swansons, from towns like Osakis settled in the narrows between two beautiful clear lakes, Ada, Fergus Falls, and Lindstrom, MN, and my great aunt & uncless Ida and Ole, Auggie and Hanna. Long passed, but cherished memories. Famous novelist Leif Enger is from Osakis. And of course Norseman (from Iceland) Leif Erickson is said to have discovered Minnesota long before the Europeans.


A very strong connection to Norway and Sweden, Iceland and Denmark in my family history.

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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. – GENE CLARK
BobbyFischer Posted - 12/10/2018 : 23:24:35
Glad you liked Kim Larsen LK! Didnt excpect replies since he sings in danish, was just in the moment,sad and paying homage to scandinavias greatest artist since Cornelis Wresvijk.

In Denmark he was greater than Queen Margrethe (that is actually a cool Queen even for us against monarchy). One of Denmarks most known newspaper had Kim Larsen titles in all their sportscolumn headlines as a tribute, here in Norway Kim Larsen was played in the pause of most top division football games the day after.

Never heard of Abalone Dots before but thumbs up! Especially the River cover is good!

lemonade kid Posted - 12/10/2018 : 14:25:17
Some nice music posts, BF.

I love the all female Swedish Americana bluegrass/rockers Abalone Dots

Abalone Dots - På Väg - Live Melodifestivalen 2012
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csQ3vrzohhY&list=RDxBTb_Whsfmw&index=5


Covering The River...nice.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEnUeFRNyKU



Solo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBTb_Whsfmw




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The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. – GENE CLARK

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