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    Posted: August 17 2011 at 06:31
I will tell Craig about the organ ... LOL
 
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Thanks guys,
   Just so you know ... Craig and I are still going through a long process of getting our copyrights registered and re-registered ... Copyright Laws of 1909 and 1976 are making things dicey at best ... That's what happens when you are young, signed, and clueless ... Ouch
 
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Glenn, I've been listening to the Gear Fab version and comparing it sound-wise with the Radioactive version that I also have.  Is the Gear Fab version a vinyl rip?  I think the Gear Fab version sounds really good, a bit EQ'd I think--the bass in particular is more pronounced.
 
Also, when I mentioned this new version to Greg Walker, he said that there was a second album that you recorded in 1973, with two side-long songs (Out of Earth and Only the Dancer, or something along those lines).  Did you ever find those tapes?
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Gear Fab Records recorded it from a virgin vinyl... as to your other question ... I no longer have the master of Dancer ... I think Craig or Chris may have a tape ... not really sure ...

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Update ... Craig now has "Dancer" ... he is supposed to transfer it to disk sometime in the near future ...
 
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I am moving the Polyphony website  ... for now you can use the Facebook link:
 
 
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New Website ... keeping it simple ... Glenn

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I had to check, but the copy I have on CD is legit.  Great, unique psychedelic album.  Really heavy for its time too.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote N-sz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 19 2013 at 16:15
I got this CD last summer I think. I was lucky enough to learn about the album shortly before it's CD release. Definitely a compelling album within the first minute upon first listen. I think there are interesting hints of different genres throughout plus of course their own unique sound. Maybe I just make things up, or maybe not, but does anyone else hear some Allman Brothers influence incorporated into the guitar style? I quite like that. I'll definitely check in from time to time to see if that unreleased material that someone was mentioning ever gets released. :)
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Thanks ... Allman Bros ... never heard that before ... Glenn
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Thanks ... I'm glad you like it ...    Glenn
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