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    Posted: September 05 2014 at 07:48
G'day, a quick word about Seasons Of Change, especially to anyone in the beautiful city of Adelaide, South Australia.

"Seasons Of Change" is a weekly program of diverse music, primarily progressive rock plus anything else that fits, including some occasional musical archaeology. It is broadcast on Saturday night, from 8pm to 11pm, to the Northern suburbs of Adelaide on community radio PBA FM, 89.7 FM, and on the web via pbafm.org.au.

This weekend, we celebrate both the 136th edition of SoC and the first weekend of the Australian Spring with another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Karnivool and sleepmakeswaves, plus classic '70's Aussie prog rock from Fraternity and Spectrum. And it's happy birthday this weekend to Swedish guitarist Roine Stolt (The Flower Kings, Kaipa), prog rock sax player for hire Mel Collins (King Crimson, Camel, and a full appointment book of mainstream bands and artists), Roger Waters (Pink Floyd), Marc Hunter (Dragon), Daryl Cotton (Zoot) and lastbutnotleast that rhapsodic bohemian Freddie Mercury.

8pm
Fraternity    Seasons of Change (1971) (Golden MilesAustralian Progressive Rock 1969 - 1974)
Spectrum    Fiddling fool (1971) (Part One)
Dragon    Patina (1974) (Universal Radio)
Dragon    Darkness (1975) (Scented Gardens For The Blind)
District 97    Read your mind (2012) (Trouble With Machines)
Moon Safari    Mega moon (2013) (Himlabecken Vol.1)
9pm
The Flower Kings    Desolation road (2013) (Desolation Rose)
The Flower Kings    Big puzzle (1999) (Back In The World of Adventures)
King Crimson    Cadence and cascade (1970) (In The Wake Of Poseidon)
Camel    Unevensong (live, 1977) (1978) (A Live Record)
Gerry Rafferty    Hang on (1992) (On A Wing And A Prayer)
Protest the Hero    Clarity (2013) (Volition)
Karnivool    Aeons (2013) (Asymmetry)
10pm
Queen    Somebody to love (1976) (A Day At The Races)
Queen    Killer queen (1974) (Sheer Heart Attack)
Queen    It’s a hard life (1984) (The Works)
Kate Bush    Cloudbursting (1985) (Hounds of Love)
Roger Waters    In the flesh + The happiest days of our lives+ Another brick in the wall (live, USA) (2006) (In The Flesh)
Roger Waters    What god wants, Part 1 (1992) (Amused To Death)
Zoot    Flying (1970) (Just Zoot / Zoot Locker)
Zoot    Eleanor Rigby (1970) (single only / Zoot Locker)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)

Program playlists also at http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/


Edited by David64T - March 07 2016 at 07:12
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Ah-ha, signs of prog life elsewhere in Australia!

Looks like a fine selection, mate!

Do you have a podcast to download afterwards at all?
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Ah-ha, signs of prog life elsewhere in Australia!

Looks like a fine selection, mate!

Do you have a podcast to download afterwards at all?


Thank you for the kind words, mate!  No podcast, sorry - considerations with copyright rule that out unfortunately. So "Seasons Of Change" goes to air just once and that's it! Big smile
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Nice playlist, I think I found something to listen on saturday mornings Tongue
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Nice playlist, I think I found something to listen on saturday mornings Tongue

Thanks! Glad to have your company. Smile
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This Saturday night, on Seasons Of Change, another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from The Lammas Tide (Perth) and Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter's Bequest (Adelaide) plus classic '70's Aussie prog rock from Bakery and Sebastian Hardie and some electronic sounds from Cybotron. And it's happy birthday this weekend to Neil Peart (Rush).

8pm
Yes    Tempus fugit (1980) (Drama)
Yes    To be over (1974) (Relayer)
Rick Wakeman    Catherine of Aragon (1973) (The Six Wives Of Henry VIII)
Chris Squire    Lucky seven (1975) (Fish Out Of Water)
Anathema    The lost song (Part 3) (2014) (Distant Satellites)
Mostly Autumn    First day at school (2014) (Dressed In Voices)
Ozric Tentacles    Atmosphear (1985) (Tantric Obstacles)
Cybotron    Suite 16/9th floor (1980) (Implosion)
9pm
Sebastian Hardie    Four moments suite: Glories Shall Be Released - Dawn of Our Sun - Journey Through Our Dreams - Everything Is Real (1975) (Four Moments / Four Moments Of The Windchase)
The Lammas Tide    Soldier of the sun (2014) (Soldier Of The Sun, single)
The Lammas Tide    The Devil’s stone (2011) (High Tide)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotters Bequest    Hadrian's wall (1998) (My Mother's Country)
Rush    Nobody’s hero (1991) (Counterparts)
Rush    YYZ (1981) (Moving Pictures)
Rush    Tom Sawyer (1980) (Permanent Waves)
10pm
Kate Bush    Ninth wave: And dream of sheep + Under ice + Waking the witch + Watching you without me + The morning fog (1985) (Hounds of Love)
The Flower Kings    Nothing new under the sun + The lamb lies down on Broadway (live) (USA, 1998) (Alive On Planet Earth)
The Flower Kings    Monkey business (2002) (Unfold The Future)
Bakery    The gift (1971) (Momento)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)



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G'day, another edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Anubis (Sydney) and Lacrymae (Perth), and some classic Lobby Loyde. Plus a selection of music featuring the late John Gustafson.

8pm
Pink Floyd    Echoes (1971) (Meddle)
Anubis    Hitchhiking to Byzantium (2014) (Hitchhiking To Byzantium)
Anubis    Tower of silence (2011) (Tower Of Silence)
Konchordat    Motion (2009) (English Ghosts)
Genesis    Burning rope (1978) (And Then There Were Three)
9pm
Roxy Music    Love is the drug (1975) (Siren)
Ian Gillan    Clear air turbulence (1977) (Clear Air Turbulence)
Roger Glover & Friends    Watch out for the bat (1974) (The Butterfly Ball)
Quatermass    Black sheep of the family (1970) (Quatermass)
Renaissance    Ashes are burning (1973) (Ashes Are Burning)
Lobby Loyde & Sudden Electric    Sympathy in D (1980/2006) (Live With Dubs)
A Lonely Crowd    The fall (2014) (Transients)
10pm
Lacrymae    Handel’s Apocalypse (2009) (The Hallowed Design)
Kate Bush    Experiment IV (1986) (single only / The Whole Story)
Jethro Tull    By kind permission of + Dharma for one (live, Carnegie Hall) (1972) (Living In The Past)
Jethro Tull    Living in the past (1972) (Living In The Past)
Andy Salvanos    Radiant (2011) (Dream Recall)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)



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I was finally able to listen to your program Thumbs Up
I didn't know Ian Gillan played Jazz Rock/Fusion: I'll have to investigate it because I really liked that song Smile
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Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

I was finally able to listen to your program Thumbs Up
I didn't know Ian Gillan played Jazz Rock/Fusion: I'll have to investigate it because I really liked that song Smile


Thanks MD!

Yes, that's a great track - Ian channels James Brown very well I think. Cool

Have a look at the reviews on PA - this album mostly gets a thumbs up, not the reception I'd expect for an Ian Gillan solo album.

For now I only have this song (on a compilation CD) but I'll get this CD when I can because I love how the rest of that CD sounds.
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G'day, another edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with another diverse serving of prog rock and anything else that fits from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Hibernal (Brisbane) and Sebastian Hardie, plus some classic music from Spectrum. And it’s happy birthday to the late great Australian blues, soul and jazz singer Wendy Saddington.

8pm
Ekseption    The 5th (1969) (Ekseption)
Focus    Focus III + Answers? Questions! Questions? Answers! (1972) (Focus III)
Sebastian Hardie    Art of life (2012) (Blueprint)
Le Orme    Ritratto di un mattino + All ‘infuori del tempo + Ritorno al nulla (1973) (Felona e sorona)
Triumvirat    E minor 5/9 minor (1972) (Mediterranean Tales)
9pm
Hibernal    Fragments of the past + Fallout (instrumental) + Replacements Part II (2014) (Replacements / Replacements (Instrumental))
Spectrum    The Sideways Saga (1971) (Milesago)
Spectrum    Going home (1971) (Milesago – bonus track on CD re-issue)
Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine    Five people said I was crazy (live, 1971) (Wendy Saddington & The Copperwine Live)
10pm
Opeth    Cusp of eternity (2014) (Pale Communion)
A Secret River    No way to say goodbye (2014) (Colours Of Solitude)
Kate Bush    Hounds of love (1986) (Hounds Of Love)
Caravan    Nine feet underground (live, 1971) (2007) (The Show Of Our Lives – Live At The BBC 1968-1973)
Marillion    Slainte mhath + Sugar mice (1987) (Clutching At Straws)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)


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G'day, another edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Anubis (Sydney), Ben Craven (Brisbane) and Unitopia (Adelaide) recorded live, plus some classic Spectrum, Sebastian Hardie and Healing Force. And a little Kate Bush in honour of her last concerts this week - on the other side of the world - at the Hammersmith Odeon.

8pm
Rush    The Spirit of Radio (1980) (Permanent Waves)
Pink Floyd    Shine on you crazy diamond Pt.1 to 7 (1975 / 2001) (Wish You Were Here / Echoes)
Ozric Tentacles    Dance of the loomi (1994) (Arborescence)
Ben Craven    Great & terrible potions (2011) (Great & Terrible Potions)
Renaissance    Northern Lights (1978) (A Song For All Seasons)
Sebastian Hardie    Rosanna (1976) (The Four Moments / Four Moments Of The Windchase)
Spectrum    Trust me (1972) (Milesago)
9pm
Dream Theater    In the Presence of Enemies Part 1 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Liquid Tension Experiment    Kindred Spirits (1998) (Liquid Tension Experiment)
Dream Theater    In the Presence of Enemies Part 2 (2007) (Systematic Chaos)
Yes    Roundabout (single version) (1972) (Fragile)
Procol Harum    Wee small hours of sixpence (1968) (single, Shine On Brightly)
King Crimson    In the court of the crimson king (1969) (In The Court Of The Crimson King)
10pm
Anubis    The passing bell (Parts I – VI) (2011) (A Tower Of Silence)
Unitopia    More than a dream (live, 2011) (One Night In Europe)
Unitopia    Common Goal (2005) (More than a Dream)
Kate Bush    Wuthering Heights (1978) (The Kick Inside)
Healing Force    Golden Miles (1971) (single only / Golden Miles: Australian Progressive Rock 1969-1974)

Playlists for Seasons Of Change at http://seasonsofchangeradio.blogspot.com.au/.
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G'day, another edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Adelaide bands Dyssidia and Like Leaves, plus Mushroom Giant (Melbourne) and The Lammas Tide (Perth) and an entree sized serving of the eclectic '70's band Rainbow Theatre.

8pm
Camel    Rhayader (single edit) (1975) (The Snow Goose)
The Orb and David Gilmour    Spheres side: Es Vedra / Hymns to the Sun (Reprise) / Olympic / Chicago Dub / Bold Knife Trophy (2010) (Metallic Spheres)
Anathema    Anathema (2014) (Distant Satellites)
Porcupine Tree    Stranger by the minute (1999) (Stupid Dream)
Dyssidia    Deja senti (2013) (Quiet Waters EP)
Karnivool    The Caudal Lure (2009)  (Sound Awake)
9pm
Like Leaves    Dancing on glass + Fruit (2011) (Like Leaves)
Genesis    The Cinema Show (1973) (Selling England By The Pound)
Steve Hackett    Clocks (the angel of Mons) (1979) (Spectral Mornings)
Curved Air    Marie Antoinette + Cheetah (1972) (Phantasmagoria)
Rainbow Theatre    Petworth House (1975) (The Armada)
10pm
Triumvirat    Illusions on a double dimple (1973) (Illusions On A Double Dimple)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    A time and a place + From the beginning (live, 1997) (Then & Now)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Hoedown (1972) (Trilogy)
Mushroom Giant    Aesong (2012) (The Drake Equation EP)
The Lammas Tide    Soldier of the sun (2014) (Soldier Of The Sun, single)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)


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Hi,

I listened to that Ian Gillan Band album and its really awesome. I will probably listen to that one more often than any Deep Purple album Wink

I really liked to listen to Le Orme and Hibernal two weeks ago, outstanding music Thumbs Up
That song from Sebastian Hardie that was played last week is also quite good, I'll have to investigate his music.

I missed today's first hour due to time zone changes, and the playlist seemed really good. It used to start at 11:30 and now at 10:30 and it will start at 9:30 next month. Confused


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Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

Hi,

I listened to that Ian Gillan Band album and its really awesome. I will probably listen to that one more often than any Deep Purple album Wink

I really liked to listen to Le Orme and Hibernal two weeks ago, outstanding music Thumbs Up
That song from Sebastian Hardie that was played last week is also quite good, I'll have to investigate his music.

I missed today's first hour due to time zone changes, and the playlist seemed really good. It used to start at 11:30 and now at 10:30 and it will start at 9:30 next month. Confused


Thanks so much! Yes, "daylight saving" started here in Adelaide last Sunday, so all our clocks went forward 1 hour. I know what you mean - I believe the clocks in the "northern" hemisphere will be moving back 1 hour when daylight saving finishes there...

Yes, Sebastian Hardie is a rare band on the Australian scene, the only band I know of that did that "European" style of prog rock back in the '70's so close in style to Yes, Focus, etc.

20+ minutes of the first hour tonight was The Orb featuring Dave Gilmour anyway so tha't's easy to catch up with!

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G'day, please join me for another edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring recent music from Kettlespider (Melbourne), Quiet Child (Adelaide) and the eclectic Resonaxis (Sydney), plus some classic music from Flake and Tully. With Devin Townsend in Adelaide for a guitar clinic on Thursday, tonight features some of his "wall of sound" music. And it's happy birthday this weekend to the fine lyricist Keith Reid who has written lyrics for Procol Harum songs since 1967, and who in his spare time away from Procol has put words in the mouths of many singers including Robin Trower, Peter Frampton and John ("You're the voice") Farnham.

8pm
Jethro Tull    Look at the animals (1973/1993) (Nightcap)
DeeExpus    Maybe September (2012) (King Of Number 33)
The Wishing Tree    Hollow Hills (2009) (Ostara)
Procol Harum    A salty dog (1969) (A Salty Dog)
Procol Harum    The mark of the claw (1977) (Something Magic)
Procol Harum    A whiter shade of pale (1967) (single only)
Tully    Sea of joy Part 1 + Thank you + Brother sun + Sea of joy Part 2 (1971) (Sea Of Joy)
9pm
Ocean Machine    Seventh wave (1997) (Biomech)
Devin Townsend    Deep peace (2001) (Terria)
Devin Townsend    The greys + Tall latte (2007) (Ziltoid The Omnisient)
Ozric Tentacles    Plurnstyle (1995) (Become The Other)
Hawkwind    Aerospace age (2013) (Onward)
Resonaxis    Monsignor Loss + Mysterium (2012) (Hymnarium)
Kettlespider    Reflections (2012) (Avadante)
10pm
Quiet Child    Conditions + The coming storm (2013) (The Coming Storm)
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)    Alta Loma Nine Till Five (live, 1974) (Cook)
Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)    The world became the world (1974) (The World Became The World)
Flake    Under the silent tree (1971) (How’s Your Mother)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)

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G'day, if you're not off to see the Rolling Stones in Adelaide tonight, you can put your feet up and relax from a day at the Cheesefest in the Adelaide Parklands with another diverse, occasionally cheesy, edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time). It includes recent music from Brisbane band Caligula's Horse, a selection from the 2006 concept album by local group Gavin O’Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest ("A Celtic history of South Australia") and the ASO playing Pink Floyd also from 2006. And it's happy birthday to singer Jon Anderson (Yes),  French jazz pianist Jacques Loussier and the multi-talented Gil Matthews (drummer with Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs, as well as house engineer/producer for Havoc Records; and more recently the guru behind the remastering and reissue of some classic Australian music from the 1970's).

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 - Cheddar
 - Stilton
 - Mozzarella
9pm
Jon Anderson    New new world (2011) (Survival And Other Stories)
Vangelis (feat. Jon Anderson)    So long ago so clear (1975) (Heaven And Hell)
Yes    South side of the sky (1972) (Fragile)
Gavin O'Loghlen & Cotter’s Bequest    Kapunda 1856 The Cornish Miners + The Burra 1861 + Gulnare 1872 Death Of The Last Born (2006) (Land Of The Vast Horizon)
Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs    Most people I know (1972) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles)
Gil Matthews    Gil’s thing (1971) (single only, The Complete Havoc Singles)
Cybotron    Eureka (Guitar version) (1980)  (Implosion, bonus track from Abbey Moor sessions)
10pm
Jacques Loussier    Prelude No.1 (1959) (Play Bach No.1)
Jacques Loussier    Chorale No.1 (live) (1965) (Play Bach aux Champs-Elysees)
The Nice    Brandenburger (1968) (single, Ars Longa Vita Brevis)
ASO Plays Pink Floyd    Signs of life + Learning to fly + Another brick in the wall Pt.2 (live, 2006) (ASO Plays Pink Floyd)
Caligula’s Horse    A gift to afterthought (2013) (The Tide, The Thief & River's End)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)
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The cheesy hour was awesome! Big smile
I really liked those symphonic Floyd songs. Did they play 'Atom Heart Mother'? By the way, my first contact with their music was in an Australian Pink Floyd concert near me (probably the only local progressive concert ever Tongue) and I saw they are from Adelaide as well. Smile
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Originally posted by Meltdowner Meltdowner wrote:

The cheesy hour was awesome! Big smile
I really liked those symphonic Floyd songs. Did they play 'Atom Heart Mother'? By the way, my first contact with their music was in an Australian Pink Floyd concert near me (probably the only local progressive concert ever Tongue) and I saw they are from Adelaide as well. Smile


Thanks MD - I'm glad you enjoyed it. The cheesy hour was fun to put together too, I'm sure there are quite a few other pieces I could have picked instead, prog is well endowed with all those "cheesy moments" we know and love. Rhapsody are of course so "cheesy" it seems unfair to pick them.

I don't know whether the Atom Heart Mother suite was performed in the actual ASO concerts but it's not on the CD set - suspect it wasn't performed as the choral content of AHM would have been a logistical challenge. Of the "ASO Plays Pink Floyd" CD set, CD1 is essentially an orchestral overture plus most of DSOTM, while CD2 is a grab bag of Floyd eras - a suite of Barret songs, Shine on, selections from Momentary Lapse and of course Another Brick Pt.2. AHM suite is actually one of my Floyd favourites, along with Echoes and Shine on.

Yes, the Australian Pink Floyd Show have done well for themselves!
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^ I once saw a video of an italian PF tribute band/orchestra/choral that plays the entire 'Atom Heart Mother' suite and 'Summer 68'. It's really good, I would really like to see them, it's one of my favourite PF albums.
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G'day, please join me for another edition of Seasons of Change this Saturday night (Australian time) with a selection of progressive rock from Australia and around the world, featuring classic music from Blackfeather and Tamam Shud, plus more recent releases from Indaba (heavy jazz rock fusion from Brisbane) and Sebastian Hardie. It's birthday greetings this weekend to Ric Grech (bass player with Family and Traffic) and Keith Emerson, plus a broad selection from the musical legacy of Jack Bruce.

8pm
Jack Bruce    Golden days (1974) (Out Of The Storm)
Jack Bruce    Tickets to waterfalls + Weird of Hermiston (1969) (Songs For A Tailor)
Cream    I feel free + White room (1968) (Wheels Of Fire)
Van Der Graaf Generator    The house with no door (1970) (H to He Who Am The Only One)
Spooky Tooth    Lost in the dream (1969) (Spooky Two)
Curved Air    Over and above (1972) (Phantasmagoria)
Indaba    Absolute mobility (2000) (Something Serious)
9pm
Blackfeather    At the mountains of madness + Seasons of change (1971) (At The Mountains Of Madness)
Blackfeather    Tomorrow never knows (1971) (The GTK Tapes Vol.2)
Traffic    Rainmaker (1971) (The Low Heeled Spark Of High Heeled Boys)
Traffic    Gimme some lovin’ (live) (1971) (Welcome  To The Canteen)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Honky tonk train blues (1977) (Works Volume II)
The Nice    America (1968) (single only)
Emerson Lake & Palmer    Fanfare for the common man (1977) (Works Volume I)
10pm
Tamam Shud    Bali waters + Sea the swells + First things first (1972) (Morning Of The Earth, soundtrack)
Cream    Crossroads (live) + NSU (live) (1968) (Wheels Of Fire)
Cream    Strange brew + Wrapping paper (live at the BBC) (1968) (Cream BBC Sessions)
Sebastian Hardie    I wish (2012) (Blueprint)
Sleepmakeswaves    (hello) cloud mountain (2011)  (.​.​.​and so we destroyed everything)
Andy Salvanos    Long black lunch (2007) (Closer)


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