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    Posted: March 30 2006 at 20:21

Richard Pinhas contributions that show his talents went beyond Robert Fripp's abilities.

Lard Free's second album and the Ose album show complexity, melody and innovation.

Anyone have a warm spot of either of these recordings?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 30 2006 at 20:34
Don't know Ose, but I have Lard Free's first and third albums, looking forward to hearing the second as the first and third are amazing, but different.  Lard Free is definitely underappreciated around here.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 30 2006 at 20:41

Second is titled

Im Around About Midnight, which Picchio dal Pozzo was definitely influenced by on their debut.

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Il Baricentro's Trusciant is dedicated to Jim Morrison, does that make them a Doors clone?



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