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    Posted: March 17 2010 at 04:27
I'd like to suggest Ex-Wise Heads for inclusion in PA.

The band consists of Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree) and Geoff Leigh (Henry Cow)

The result is a mash of Jazz, World, Experimental and ambient. I'm not sure what genre they would fit it - this isn't my area of interest. But I thought they sounded pretty interesting.

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I asked Syzygy about them in the ZART thread a few weeks ago, and we agreed they'd be a good fit for crossover for their blend of world music with avant textures and proggy elements.

If anyone's interested, you can get two full albums legally for free here:

Time And Emotion Study: http://music.exwiseheads.co.uk/album/time-and-emotion-study
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Holding Up The Sky: http://music.exwiseheads.co.uk/album/holding-up-the-sky
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Thanks for adding those albums Joel, I saw a link somewhere but I was too lazy to go back and find it. Tongue



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Seems like I've already downloaded these sometime in the past. I'll give them a listen Thumbs Up
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote progkidjoel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 17 2010 at 04:49
Originally posted by Any Colour You Like Any Colour You Like wrote:

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Thanks for adding those albums Joel, I saw a link somewhere but I was too lazy to go back and find it. Tongue


I found the links on the PT site to begin with
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Originally posted by progkidjoel progkidjoel wrote:

I asked Syzygy about them in the ZART thread a few weeks ago, and we agreed they'd be a good fit for crossover for their blend of world music with avant textures and proggy elements.

If anyone's interested, you can get two full albums legally for free here:

Time And Emotion Study: http://music.exwiseheads.co.uk/album/time-and-emotion-study
and
Holding Up The Sky: http://music.exwiseheads.co.uk/album/holding-up-the-sky
I definitely recommend Holding Up The Sky, but both are good albums. Interesting stuff, but probably best suited to crossover for the reasons outlined above.
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Originally posted by harmonium.ro harmonium.ro wrote:

Seems like I've already downloaded these sometime in the past. I'll give them a listen Thumbs Up


I was wrong - I didn't download the albums, and they can't be downloaded any more. Is anyone else receiving the same error message I'm getting? "Assertion failed. expected a fully-qualified base URL. Select Cancel to debug."
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OK, the download links for the two albums are working again. Great!
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...and Ex-Wise Heads have been added to Crossover now as well
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