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There were even fall-outs amongst the family themselves over how the image and catalogue is handled so what chance has anybody else got of licensing tracks, really?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote glass house Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 09 2008 at 16:17
She was naked:  I think they are almost the same as Soft Machine.
The first four albums are classics. Robert Jan Stips ( keyboards ) also played in Golden Earing and in The Nits.
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Originally posted by glass house glass house wrote:

She was naked:  I think they are almost the same as Soft Machine.
The first four albums are classics. Robert Jan Stips ( keyboards ) also played in Golden Earing and in The Nits.


A somebody compiled a NIts sampler for me some time ago- must get it down and have another listen
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Brilliant Harper track Dick!
Reminds me of some great JT moments... (to follow)
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Ian Anderson has mentioned Roy Harper as being an influence, I believe the two are good friends.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote glass house Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 09 2008 at 16:26
Got to go. Bye all. See you next week.
 
Oh and let's have a Budgie track please Dick.
 
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^ Bye Tony Big%20smile
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NIght Tony see if we can include some Budgie
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I'm here.

Apologies I'm late.
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I like this one, that screechy bit in the riff is probably the guitarist Eddie Phillips using the violin bow on the guitar- something it's said Jimmy Page ripped off.
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Originally posted by James James wrote:

I'm here.

Apologies I'm late.


Evening - not MSNing this week? Or was that another James.....
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Hi James

last two traCKS bring us back to late 60's Dick? Sound similar to The Who...
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Originally posted by Dick Heath Dick Heath wrote:

Originally posted by James James wrote:

I'm here.

Apologies I'm late.


Evening - not MSNing this week? Or was that another James.....


I am on MSN... but you're not there.

I think you've changed your address?
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Originally posted by aapatsos aapatsos wrote:

Hi James

last two traCKS bring us back to late 60's Dick? Sound similar to The Who...


The notes in the boxset, say The Creation had as big a following as the Who in the mid 60's
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^They probably did, they came from the same mod scene. The Creation never really made it big and never even actually recorded a full album (rather like another band of the same era and scene called The Action), though they had and still have a cult following. Funniest of all, 'Painter Man' was later covered by- of all people- Boney M!
 
That Guardian article was sh*t. The guy sl*gged off VDGG and then in the comments section below the article admitted he'd never even heard them. I bet most of the journalists who lay into prog have never heard it.
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Originally posted by salmacis salmacis wrote:

^They probably did, they came from the same mod scene. The Creation never really made it big and never even actually recorded a full album (rather like another band of the same era and scene called The Action), though they had and still have a cult following. Funniest of all, 'Painter Man' was later covered by- of all people- Boney M!
 
That Guardian article was sh*t. The guy sl*gged off VDGG and then in the comments section below the article admitted he'd never even heard them. I bet most of the journalists who lay into prog have never heard it.


That is as bad as Rod Littles tirade against prog lyrics in the Times  a few years back, ...............using Brand X as his example.....Confused
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Oh... I need to read this Guardian article.  I usually read The Guardian but they do have a lot of crap in their too.

They do sometimes have good music articles though.  I remember seeing one by Jonathan Coe in there. Big%20smile
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Brand X??LOL I don't even remember any lyrics in Brand X songs, other than that lovely little tune sang in Sanskrit by Phil Collins called 'Sun In The Night'.
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Originally posted by Dick Heath Dick Heath wrote:

Originally posted by salmacis salmacis wrote:

^They probably did, they came from the same mod scene. The Creation never really made it big and never even actually recorded a full album (rather like another band of the same era and scene called The Action), though they had and still have a cult following. Funniest of all, 'Painter Man' was later covered by- of all people- Boney M!
 
That Guardian article was sh*t. The guy sl*gged off VDGG and then in the comments section below the article admitted he'd never even heard them. I bet most of the journalists who lay into prog have never heard it.


That is as bad as Rod Littles tirade against prog lyrics in the Times  a few years back, ...............using Brand X as his example.....Confused


Do you mean Rod Liddell?

And I don't know Brand X either but I'm pretty sure they're an instrumental band. LOL


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Originally posted by salmacis salmacis wrote:

Brand X??LOL I don't even remember any lyrics in Brand X songs, other than that lovely little tune sang in Sanskrit by Phil Collins called 'Sun In The Night'.



I joke not -- f ***-all research into the subject IT WAS CLEAR. btw sOHO - WHICH i QUITE LIKE AS A POP DITTY FROM pHIL BACKED BY THE BOYS.
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