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    Posted: March 19 2014 at 05:13
Sorrow and Final Eyes.
I am currently digging:

Hawkwind, Rare Bird, Gong, Tangerine Dream, Khan, Iron Butterfly, and all things canterbury and hard-psych. I also love jazz!

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Originally posted by MFP

Sorrow is great.


E nei tuoi sogni
Parli con gli angeli.
- Le Orme.
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Sorrow, which I still think is one of the finest Floyd songs ever.

Edited by Kotro - March 19 2014 at 09:27
Bigger on the inside.
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Originally posted by octopus-4

Sorrow has a Gilmour in a great shape
those lasers at the pulse concert yummmCool
Yonder Yonder Yonder Yonder Yonder Yonder
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Pink Floyd Sorrow

A hand held over a candle in angst fuelled bravado. A carbon trail scores a moist stretched palm. Trapped in the indecision of another fine menu. This is the story so far.
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Sorrow. And that isn't even the best song on the album.
Please pay a visit to my blog...The Dark Elf File...a slighty skewed journal of music reviews, literary comment, fan-fiction and interminable essays.
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Originally posted by The Dark Elf

Sorrow. And that isn't even the best song on the album.


It's a good album indeed. Voted for Sorrow of course.
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Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.
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Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
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^ Yes, true. I have 'The Longs' on LP (and a long single LP at that) - it
and Domino is more intense but what I meant is that there's no room to stretch the piece out like Sorrow.
'In The Glow Of The Night' is quite excellent. And I've always liked the lyrics - for instance, some lines like these: Take a look at the mountains, take a look at the beautiful river of blood. And this - The liquid surrounds me, I fight to rise from this river of hell, I stare round about me, children are swimming and playing with boats......
Excellent. Shame most of the remainder of Invisible Touch doesn't have as much impact....
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Post Options Post Options   Quote genbanks Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 20 2014 at 05:47
Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO
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Domino
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Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO

 
Imposiible for me making a comparison like that... kind of nonsense comparing completely different styles even talking about live shows, btw i would like to know what Gilmour and Collins' music have in common.
"Going on means going far. Going far means returning. (Tao Te Ching)"
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Post Options Post Options   Quote genbanks Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 20 2014 at 08:41
Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO
†Imposiible for me making a comparison like that... kind of nonsense comparing completely different styles even talking about live shows, btw i would like to know what Gilmour and Collins' music have in common.
Domino is a song mainly written by Banks
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I like The Score. That's a real house shaker, but I'll go with Domino..The only really good track from IT.

Ultimately bored by endless ecstasy!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Rick Robson Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 20 2014 at 09:07
Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO
 Imposiible for me making a comparison like that... kind of nonsense comparing completely different styles even talking about live shows, btw i would like to know what Gilmour and Collins' music have in common.
Domino is a song mainly written by Banks

Don't see a remarkable difference from the rest of that album


Edited by Rick Robson - March 20 2014 at 09:09
"Going on means going far. Going far means returning. (Tao Te Ching)"
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Post Options Post Options   Quote genbanks Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 20 2014 at 09:39
Originally posted by Rick Robson



Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO
†Imposiible for me making a comparison like that... kind of nonsense comparing completely different styles even talking about live shows, btw i would like to know what Gilmour and Collins' music have in common.
Domino is a song mainly written by Banks
Don't see a remarkable difference from the rest of that album

Evidently it is a subjective matter. For me tracks like Domino and Brazilian (both two mainly from Banks) makes a notable difference with the rest of the album and not only in musical terms. The concept of the track, the lyric, the storyline...
IMO Domino and Sorrow are two songs perfectly comparable.
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Originally posted by Rick Robson



Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO
†Imposiible for me making a comparison like that... kind of nonsense comparing completely different styles even talking about live shows, btw i would like to know what Gilmour and Collins' music have in common.
Domino is a song mainly written by Banks
Don't see a remarkable difference from the rest of that album

Evidently it is a subjective matter. For me tracks like Domino and Brazilian (both two mainly from Banks) makes a notable difference with the rest of the album and not only in musical terms. The concept of the track, the lyric, the storyline...
IMO Domino and Sorrow are two songs perfectly comparable.
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Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by Rick Robson



Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO
 Imposiible for me making a comparison like that... kind of nonsense comparing completely different styles even talking about live shows, btw i would like to know what Gilmour and Collins' music have in common.
Domino is a song mainly written by Banks
Don't see a remarkable difference from the rest of that album

Evidently it is a subjective matter. For me tracks like Domino and Brazilian (both two mainly from Banks) makes a notable difference with the rest of the album and not only in musical terms. The concept of the track, the lyric, the storyline...
IMO Domino and Sorrow are two songs perfectly comparable.

 
Ouchh... Different minds, different subjective opinions, etc., i'd better go dancing some Genesis hit in a Disco, let's see if i change my mind then...


Edited by Rick Robson - March 20 2014 at 09:49
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Originally posted by Rick Robson

Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by Rick Robson



Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by Rick Robson


Originally posted by genbanks

Originally posted by richardh


Originally posted by Tom Ozric

Of couse , live versions of Sorrow are exceptional..........
Live versions of Domino are almost from the album verbatim.......
Never heard live versions of the other 2 songs though.

yet the live versions of Domino are much more powerful. Worth checking out the version from 'The Longs' ,turn the f**ker up loud and then watch your house shudderTongue
Agree and the version from live at Wembley Dvd is even better IMO
 Imposiible for me making a comparison like that... kind of nonsense comparing completely different styles even talking about live shows, btw i would like to know what Gilmour and Collins' music have in common.
Domino is a song mainly written by Banks
Don't see a remarkable difference from the rest of that album

Evidently it is a subjective matter. For me tracks like Domino and Brazilian (both two mainly from Banks) makes a notable difference with the rest of the album and not only in musical terms. The concept of the track, the lyric, the storyline...
IMO Domino and Sorrow are two songs perfectly comparable.

 
Ouchh... Different minds, different subjective opinions, etc., i'd better go dancing some Genesis hit in a Disco, let's see if i change my mind then...


You donít need to change your mind. In my case Iím trying to be objective (of course inside my subjectivity), and trying to not be blind by musical fan-tastes.

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