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Prog vs. The World! (aka"TrueConfessions") XXXIX

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Poll Question: In reality which of these would you rather listen to?
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    Posted: October 21 2013 at 20:36
Poll #39.

The World Team sports some truly great albums against PA's favorite DT release. Good luck Team Prog!

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Man With Hat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 22 2013 at 00:05
Don't know that Monk album but I probably vote for it if I knew it. Don't care for most of these.

DT I guess, but I won't vote.
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Monk
It's classic Monk at the peak of his playing....at least that's what most critics say.
I haven't played any Monk for a long time but I used to play him a lot in the late 80's when I was buying a lot of jazz.
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NIN here...I've only heard "With Teeth" so would like to hear another...and I'm not into prog metal, jazz, or ballet Wink
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Whoa, once again voting classical. Romeo and Juliet is great stuff.
Still, DT deserves admiration too.
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Prokofiev, yet another classical composer to get the 'ELP treatment'. Also his music was used in the very popular seventies TV series The Onedin line (the same theme was also in the semi porn film CaligulaTongue).




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Originally posted by richardh

Prokofiev, yet another classical composer to get the 'ELP treatment'. Also his music was used in the very popular seventies TV series The Onedin line (the same theme was also in the semi porn film CaligulaTongue).





You don't mean the main theme from Onedin Line, do you? Because that was from Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian from the Spartacus ballet GeekWink
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Originally posted by Moogtron III

Originally posted by richardh

Prokofiev, yet another classical composer to get the 'ELP treatment'. Also his music was used in the very popular seventies TV series The Onedin line (the same theme was also in the semi porn film CaligulaTongue).





You don't mean the main theme from Onedin Line, do you? Because that was from Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian from the Spartacus ballet GeekWink

Not the first time I've made that same mistake. I seem to be convinced in my mind that it was ProkofievEmbarrassed
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Originally posted by richardh

Originally posted by Moogtron III

Originally posted by richardh

Prokofiev, yet another classical composer to get the 'ELP treatment'. Also his music was used in the very popular seventies TV series The Onedin line (the same theme was also in the semi porn film CaligulaTongue).





You don't mean the main theme from Onedin Line, do you? Because that was from Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian from the Spartacus ballet GeekWink

Not the first time I've made that same mistake. I seem to be convinced in my mind that it was ProkofievEmbarrassed

Probably because he's a very proggy composer. It's even in his name, Prog-ofiev LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Quote ole-the-first Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 24 2013 at 17:16
Nine Inch Nails
This night wounds time.
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Images and Words
Excuse-moi d'casser ton fun mais j'me cherche une rime pour automne
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Originally posted by richardh

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM4ufzACyg4


I know, I know, Prokoviev rocks! LOL 
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