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    Posted: January 22 2023 at 06:34
I wonder, well, how old youse are. What kind of people tend to enjoy prog? Musicians mainly? And have most of you, who post on this websites, known prog for a really long time? Are there teenagers or have you retired? Wink
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a. under 20
b. 20-30
c. 30-40
d. 40-50
e. 50-60
f. 60-70
g. 70-80
h. over 80


Edited by amarthu - January 22 2023 at 07:11
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Hi,

F.

To the group that says all the time that progressive didn't exist when we got into music in the 60's!

Today, many folks can't listen to music without knowing its "genre" ... crazy ... totally crazy!
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 don't want to tell. Big smile

Edited by Cristi - January 22 2023 at 07:14
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Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

a. under 20
b. 20-30
c. 30-40
d. 40-50
e. 50-60
f. over 60
 
You may want to expand the "over 60" category a little because I think you'll find that most prog lovers are over 60. I used to think that my age was right in the sweet spot for loving prog, but I've come to realise that I'm actually a few years younger than that sweet spot, which would be those born around 1955, people who would be in their mid-to-late teenage years during the prime time of prog, 1970-75. I was in my early teenage years during this time but did not get into prog until my mid-to-late teenage years when prog was in its decline.
 

No, I know how to behave in the restaurant now, I don't tear at the meat with my hands. If I've become a man of the world somehow, that's not necessarily to say I'm a worldly man.
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Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Ise don't want to tell. Big smile
Isnít it weird that in English Ďyouí doesnít have a distinctive plural form?LOL
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Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Ise don't want to tell. Big smile
Isnít it weird that in English Ďyouí doesnít have a distinctive plural form?LOL

just kidding.Big smile

You can edit the thread title you know... 
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Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Ise don't want to tell. Big smile
Isnít it weird that in English Ďyouí doesnít have a distinctive plural form?LOL

just kidding.Big smile

You can edit the thread title you know... 

Yeah. But itís not a mistake. Youse is a dialect word.
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Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

Originally posted by Cristi Cristi wrote:

Ise don't want to tell. Big smile
Isnít it weird that in English Ďyouí doesnít have a distinctive plural form?LOL

just kidding.Big smile

You can edit the thread title you know... 

Yeah. But itís not a mistake. Youse is a dialect word.

is it? 
ok then, i thought it was a typo. LOL
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E. Musician. Prog fan since ever I can remember, but specifically remember Yes' Roundabout as one of my early faves... and so Yes, and the Moody Blues, and always a fan of all types of music. Also, for the record, a female... as there tends to be a belief that women don't like prog Angry I have an all independent Prog podcast - Progkast, and a Prog Rock broadcast radio (and streaming) show - Prog Rock Nation.


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We sort of do, but it is a colloquial term used mostly in the South ... "Ya'll" A contraction of "You all". And there's "You guys", which sort of assumes all are men, but it is often used to include females as well. Big smileI would use "you all" here, myself.
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Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

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Really? You're under 20? That's great! I was under 10 when I got into Prog.
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Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

I wonder, well, how old youse are. What kind of people tend to enjoy prog? Musicians mainly? And have most of you, who post on this websites, known prog for a really long time? Are there teenagers or have you retired? Wink

I'm guessing youse is from somewhere in northeast England with a Geordie accent like that. Tongue
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I'm not a musician but have dabbled in creating music. My knowledge of music theory is self-taught. However, my formal education is in the field of science, specifically chemistry.
 

No, I know how to behave in the restaurant now, I don't tear at the meat with my hands. If I've become a man of the world somehow, that's not necessarily to say I'm a worldly man.
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Originally posted by Progkast Progkast wrote:

Originally posted by amarthu amarthu wrote:

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Really? You're under 20? That's great! I was under 10 when I got into Prog.
Under 10? Thatís incredible! Were you kind of in a musical family?
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Originally posted by I prophesy disaster I prophesy disaster wrote:

I'm not a musician but have dabbled in creating music. My knowledge of music theory is self-taught. However, my formal education is in the field of science, specifically chemistry.
 

Remarkable. You remind me of Brian May, who is also an astronomer. Shocked
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