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Some Great keys(the trills are !!!!!!) on Fresh Garbage.
The drummer was a jazz player and an uncle to (I think Randy California(Guitar))
and joined up with these young rockers from California.
Randy died saving his 14 yr son from drowning in Hawaii.:oB)<3
The third song on this album is quite a great tune!
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Ich komme aus einer Gegend
die nicht vorteilhaft war
Diese Musik lief im Auto, wenn wir loszogen
Noch heute habe ich diesen Titel im Ohr
wenn ich U Bahn fahre
Verrückt

So ist das Leben



I'm from an area
which was not beneficial
This music was in the car when we left
Even today I have this title in my ear
if I drive underground
Insane

So life is

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Inga Rumpf and Frumpy

Wow!!!!!

I love it

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Here is another classic and obscure album from 1968. I found it while doing my "obscure bands of the 60ies" round on youtube, there is a shizzleload of interesting stuff out there. Anyway, I listened to it, it sounds a lot like Deep Purple (the Hammond and the singing style in particular) and I have to say I quite enjoyed it. Has all the ingredients for a good rock album of the period. The interesting thing is, on Wikipedia they have a quote from one band member that completely thrashed the album and the band, that sounds a bit harsh to me. Seems someone is bitter and twisted, but...

For the Wikipedia entry go here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuse_(band)

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TeeGee wrote:
Here is another classic and obscure album from 1968. I found it while doing my "obscure bands of the 60ies" round on youtube, there is a shizzleload of interesting stuff out there. Anyway, I listened to it, it sounds a lot like Deep Purple (the Hammond and the singing style in particular) and I have to say I quite enjoyed it. Has all the ingredients for a good rock album of the period. The interesting thing is, on Wikipedia they have a quote from one band member that completely thrashed the album and the band, that sounds a bit harsh to me. Seems someone is bitter and twisted, but...



They Kind of have a Steve Marriot from the Small Faces sound ---Odgen's Nut Gone Flake is a great album and does a lot of musical traveling
FUSE is sounding really good! They get more Hammondy after the first song!
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It's been a while guys, here is a serious post, take your time and go on a musical journey. This one is about one of my favourite albums of ALL times: "In the Court of the Crimson King", been listening to it since I was 14 or so, and still do. The CD is in my car. Always!

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When we did the "Herring King" band project here on Wikiloops with Jemmy, eGil, Arkrock and Whitedrums 55, this album was constantly on my mind, one example is "In the school of the Herring King" which, as anyone can see, is a direct tribute.

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The whole Herring King album is here, have a listen to that too - although it's an amateur production we are very proud of the outcome https://www.wikiloops.com/album/13149-Herring+King+Band+Album.php

But coming back to King Crimson: The song that hit me more than any other on this Album is "21st Century Schizoid Man". I found this GREAT article about this song, it is well worth reading it, here is a quote (the link to the article is at the end of this post.:

“We did it all in one take, from beginning to end, no edits,” McDonald recalls. “There were a couple of overdubs later, but the basic track was the four of us playing it in one take from beginning to end. So, as long it takes to hear ‘Schizoid Man,’ that’s how long it took us to put it down.” Here is a live version:

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The great article is here: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/king-crimson-interview-writing-21st-century-schizoid-man-891600/?fbclid=IwAR1Mr_NnUYVB1SDU0hqDbfBeJTPK53Pi4oAeBUx5xjs-NA40YSPQ4HeM2zY
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I think I was about 12 or so, and at home in bed with a broken leg - and this was the first record I ever got:

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The second I think was Deep Purple "In Rock". Then, a bit later, Uriah Heep, Ten Years After, Rory Gallagher, Wishbone Ash, later Yes & Genesis, going to Santana and a bit of Flora Purim / Airto. Then Jean-Luc Ponty - but you can hardly call that "Rock Music" anymore, see where I was going... :)
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It was 1985 and my friend Norberto (20 years older) lent me a cassette from a group from the 70s, a relic for him.
The brotherhood of the solar flower.
The best era of Argentine rock was in the 70s, despite dictatorships and repressions

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This album is considered the bible of Argentine rock !! It has no waste from start to finish!
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@fblack: I listened to all the albums, some cool stuff there! It's a bit strange listening to music without understanding the lyrics, but still good :W Thanks :)
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Here is one of my favorite i like to listen to now and then.;)[youtube]x7tQHZqotvA[/youtube]
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Without hesitation, this is the group that has marked me the most since I first heard it until today, I still enjoy it...Triana El Patio 1975,Rock Andaluz....
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIw1WGA25wxEVyzO1l-jaQDzLCB27LiQb
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It's just after the festive season and seeing and hearing a lot of the three kings of the nativity story, it also made me think of the three kings of blues, BB, Albert and Freddie. Unlike the biblical three kings, they probably will be forgotten within a few half-centuries by all other than a few music buffs, the way modern music is going.

Anyways, on Sunday I was in the gym, and every time I start pumping I got to have music on to alleviate the boredom. So the last few sessions I listened to BB and Albert, and on Sunday it was the turn of the third King: Freddie King, Rock and roll Hall of Famer, hard-partying, smooth singing, beautiful guitar playing King of the Texas blues.

Anyone who is not aware of how important Freddie was, check out the list of guitarists that were influenced by him: Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lonnie Mack, Savoy Brown, Chicken Shack, and my first contact with Freddie, Peter Green. Peter Green played one of Freddies songs "The Stumble"in 1967, which is a great instrumental - and that's when I first heard about Freddie King sometime in 1984 or so. I then heard the same song again when I bought a record by British band Love Sculpture on their "Blues Helping" album (Check out my earlier post about this album in this thread).

You want to read about Freddie King, here is the Wikipedia link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_King#Recognition_and_influence

Freddie has a lot of great Albums, but the one I am going to recommend listening to is an album from 1972 called Texas Cannonball. I have listened to this album on my cassette player about 20 years ago until the cassette was worn out :D . The resoan why I feture this album is because on this album Freddie plays mainly songs by other people, putting his own twist on it, and basically owning these songs. And the singing, great.

So have a listen, and enjoy one of the great singers and guitarists, Peace and love brothers and sisters.

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01 - Lowdown In Lodi ( 0:00 )
02 - Reconsider Baby ( 3:08 )
03 - Big Legend Woman ( 7:08 )
04 - Me And My Guitar ( 11:08 )
05 - I'd Rather Be Blind ( 15:14 )
06 - Can't Trust Your Neighbour ( 19:00 )
07 - You Was Wrong ( 22:57 )
08 - Ain't No Sunshine ( 26:46 )
09 - The Sky Is Crying ( 30:06 )
10 - Love Her With A Feeling ( 33:32 )
11 - Somebody's Got To Do ( 38:37 )
12 - Pulpwood ( Instrumental ) ( 44:35 )
13 - That's All Right ( 51:47 )
14 - The Same Thing ( 56:30 )
15 - Tore Down ( 1:02:27 )
16 - Dust My Broom ( 1:09:06 )
Edited by TeeGee on Januar 07 2020 12:16
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Here's an amazing cover of an 80s King Crimson song. I remember having this album on cassette tape back in the day when I lived in CT. A very ambitious cover and I think they pulled it off very well:

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Hey folks, I have a cracking one here for you here.

I have been a MASSIVE Peter Green fan since I was about 13 or so, it started with "In the Skies" around 1977, and I have seen him play 3 times, unfortunately not in his prime but still. Anyway, other than Fleetwood Mac and his solo stuff, Peter Green played on some albums. One of those is called "Peter Bardens - The Answer" and is well worth a listen.

For those who are interested, Peter Bardens is probably more known to Prog Rock enthusiasts as the keyboard player of the excellent band Camel (I will talk about Camel in another post). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Bardens

The album is a great showcase for 70ies Rock, still sounds good 50 years later :W :W :W

A last note: Peter Green was notoriously anti-fame, and was suffering from mental health problems from the early 70ies until this very day, which is a known fact. On this Album his playing is still strong, very similar to the "The End of the Game (" record he made before disappearing for a few years, and although he is not credited on the album (he just wanted to play), it is him playing mostly on the left speaker I believe. If you are a Fleetwood Mac fan you will recognize his trademark licks.

Have a listen, let's hear your comments. Peace <3


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Edited by TeeGee on April 07 2020 12:40
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