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Topic: Prog in unexpected public places.
Posted By: Slartibartfast
Subject: Prog in unexpected public places.
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 13:25
So I'm shopping at the local Kroger with my wife and I mostly ignore the music played on the store sound system but then I heard something familiar: Sylvia by Focus.  It got me thinking, somewhere out there there's a guy picking music for the Kroger sound system that likes prog and he must have snuck that one in.

So, anyone else have this sort of thing happen to them?

Sylvia is one of those songs that works really well in that sort of context.  It's a great little tune and I don't think you'd find any prog ignorant shoppers that would be bothered by it.  Still I wonder how many shoppers heard what I heard liked it and didn't think any further about it. LOL

It did give me a bit of a rush hearing Sylvia there and I think it may have caused me to buy things. Tongue


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Posted By: presdoug
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 13:37
it has rarely happened to me, but i will always remember, decades ago, i was in a tavern in downtown Ottawa, Canada that was new to me, and i heard part of side one of Wishbone Ash's album Argus-a pleasant surprise!


Posted By: Kotro
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 13:43
During Christmas in my town there is usually a speaker system installed on a couple of more commercial streets, blasting the season's hits. Yet a couple of years back they played Trans-Siberian Orchestra all the time! Clap

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Posted By: CCVP
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 13:47
I've had those moments as well, just not one I can remember ATM, but they aren't too few and far between. 

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Posted By: Tapfret
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 13:50
There was a sports talk radio network that used to use "Big Fungus" by Michael Manring (from his Thonk album) as one of their show lead-ins.

Paul Schaefer's CBS Orchestra plays one of King's X's proggier tunes "We Were Born To Be Loved" at commercial breaks.

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Posted By: octopus-4
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 13:56
Few months ago in a small carnival in a small town a speaker was playing "See Emily Play".

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Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 14:02
Originally posted by Tapfret Tapfret wrote:

There was a sports talk radio network that used to use "Big Fungus" by Michael Manring (from his Thonk album) as one of their show lead-ins.

Paul Schaefer's CBS Orchestra plays one of King's X's proggier tunes "We Were Born To Be Loved" at commercial breaks.

The Schaefer thing is a little surprising though I don't know that song I've gotten the impression that Paul is and/or was generally dismissive of prog.


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Posted By: zravkapt
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 14:41
I was at a bar once where the radio station used was playing the title track to ITCOTKC. Somebody changed the station halfway through the song LOL


Posted By: Easy Livin
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 14:55
Takes me back many years to this golden oldie! http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=1368" rel="nofollow - http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=1368


Posted By: JD
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 14:59
Originally posted by Kotro Kotro wrote:

During Christmas in my town there is usually a speaker system installed on a couple of more commercial streets, blasting the season's hits. Yet a couple of years back they played Trans-Siberian Orchestra all the time! Clap


I don't think this counts really. This and Greg Lake's Christmas tune are ubiquitous marketing ploys to get air play at a vulnerable time of year for radio play.

On the other hand I frequently hear Peter Gabriel played, although he's certainly more to the "accessible" end of prog. I can't remember ever hearing anything in the vein of  Sylvia.


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Posted By: JD
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 15:04
Originally posted by Slartibartfast Slartibartfast wrote:

Originally posted by Tapfret Tapfret wrote:

There was a sports talk radio network that used to use "Big Fungus" by Michael Manring (from his Thonk album) as one of their show lead-ins.

Paul Schaefer's CBS Orchestra plays one of King's X's proggier tunes "We Were Born To Be Loved" at commercial breaks.

The Schaefer thing is a little surprising though I don't know that song I've gotten the impression that Paul is and/or was generally dismissive of prog.


Not if you saw the awe on his face when Emerson did the Late Show so many long years ago. It looked like he was having a massive pants volcano. But as for the musical selection for the outros to commercial I would agree that your unlikely to hear the CBS Orchestra play much if any progressive music. That's not what the audience wants.


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Posted By: The Truth
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 15:10
I heard a Pull Me Under in the bathroom of a shopping mall.

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Posted By: lazland
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 15:31
When CTTE is played at your local Tesco (Wallmart/CoOp/Morrisons & etc.) when buying your pork chops, you will know that we have taken over the world!Evil Smile

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Posted By: zappaholic
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 15:48
I've heard Pink Floyd's "San Tropez" in Muzak feeds twice - once in the original version and once as instrumental Muzak.

Some restaurant I used to go to before it closed had a classic rock satellite feed, and I heard Zappa's "Joe's Garage" a couple times.

Oh, and I've also heard the 45 edit of "Time Flies" by Porcupine Tree on another restaurant's satellite feed.



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Posted By: KABSA
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 16:33
i worked in south Wales for a time. Haverfordwest.
in a lunch special Indian Curry Restaraunt i was awaiting my nosh.
and after a while my Ears became aware of the in-house music being played.
Peter Michael Hamel - The Colours of Time !!

My Meal Was All The Mor Lovely.


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Posted By: Platocrates
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 16:45
While I was working at the Commissary this summer, usually I had my ipod in, but every now and then when a silent part came on, I could hear the radio. Quite a few times, Yes' Roundabout and Love Will Find A Way. And I'm sure I heard a few other good ones. Good stuff.


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Posted By: GypsyJoker
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 16:46
Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

 
Not if you saw the awe on his face when Emerson did the Late Show so many long years ago. It looked like he was having a massive pants volcano. But as for the musical selection for the outros to commercial I would agree that your unlikely to hear the CBS Orchestra play much if any progressive music. That's not what the audience wants.

They generally try to play something relevant to the guests, even if it's something to do only with a song title.  I've heard bits of prog tunes used for outros before; it's often just dependent on the guest.

Some of my favorite MST3K bits had to do with prog; they made several Rush, Crimson, and Yes jokes during the show's run.

Back in '81/'82-ish, WKRC-TV in Cincinnati used to use the instrumental keyboard/bass showcase at the end of Yes' "Does it Really Happen?" as the music behind the stock-market recap on their 11PM news broadcast.


Posted By: JD
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 17:02
Originally posted by The Truth The Truth wrote:

I heard a Pull Me Under in the bathroom of a shopping mall.


Strangely appropriate LOL


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Posted By: Lark the Starless
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 17:08
Can't think of anything at the moment. sadly...

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Posted By: GypsyJoker
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 17:56
Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

Originally posted by The Truth The Truth wrote:

I heard a Pull Me Under in the bathroom of a shopping mall.


Strangely appropriate LOL

Could've been "Undertow."


Posted By: wilmon91
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 18:03
It never happens....and by "public places" I'm counting in people listening to music with headphones (where you can hear some of the music), and music from cars running by, or music from an open window that you pass by. It's all predictable.
 
I heard "Tuesday Afternoon" by Moody Blues in a supermarket. 10 years ago. Not a big deal maybe. But the fact that I remember says a lot.
 
I heard "Get em out by friday" in a tv program about a car exhibition, 12-13 years ago or so. The music played from a Koenigsegg car stereo. But thats  tv-program, not a public place..


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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 19:07
I made the soundenginear at the concert place that i work on play some Gentle Giant from Spotify before the concert started, a aucustic folk music concert, with wine drinkers and nice couples in the audience, i tried to catch glimpses at people when Knots and Inmates Lulebye was playing. they looked like in trance or somehing (might have been shock for all i know)


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Posted By: Earendil
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 19:16
At a rock climbing place a few miles away, they played Heart of the Sunrise all the way through.  It was awesome.


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 19:29
Not entirely prog, but a couple of years back I was working out at a gym lifting weights, and the radio, as always, was tuned into The Voice, which is one of the most popular radiostations here in DK. They play whatever song is the most popular at the moment - and then play it again and again, so you´ll here the same track at least 4 times within the hour... 
I was lying on the bench with a 100 kilos over my chest, when Syd Barret´s No good trying suddenly emerged from the speakers after a Destiny´s Child song, and I just couldn´t contain myself and broke out laughing like the village idiot. NOT a sensible thing to do, when you´re bench pressing I might add. I´ll never forget the look on the lollypop girl´s faces around me!!! They looked like they were in physical pain! One of the funniest work-outs I´ve ever had as well as being one of the most painful...


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Posted By: The Willow Farmer
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 20:13
A few years back I was sitting in class and the teacher had the radio playing. The Gates of Delirium came on. Sadly, I was the only one who knew what it was.

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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 20:17
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Not entirely prog, but a couple of years back I was working out at a gym lifting weights, and the radio, as always, was tuned into The Voice, which is one of the most popular radiostations here in DK. They play whatever song is the most popular at the moment - and then play it again and again, so you´ll here the same track at least 4 times within the hour... 
I was lying on the bench with a 100 kilos over my chest, when Syd Barret´s No good trying suddenly emerged from the speakers after a Destiny´s Child song, and I just couldn´t contain myself and broke out laughing like the village idiot. NOT a sensible thing to do, when you´re bench pressing I might add. I´ll never forget the look on the lollypop girl´s faces around me!!! They looked like they were in physical pain! One of the funniest work-outs I´ve ever had as well as being one of the most painful...
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Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 22:05
I forgot to mention, a few weeks ago I was at a heath food store waiting on an order at their restaurant section and  once again, something familiar was in the air.  I wasn't quite sure whether it was the original band or a cover but it turned out to be a live version of one of my favorites: I Might Be Wrong   It was played by the band a bit fast so that caused me to question what I was hearing.


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Posted By: rogerthat
Date Posted: August 20 2011 at 22:54
I will cheat. When my best friend got married, he and I put together a fusion/jazz jukebox for the reception night. Some people actually appreciated the music, so we wondered if they'd like it more if only they weren't told it was prog/complex blah blah.


Posted By: frippism
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 00:23
Well a bunch of Yes songs I've heard plenty of times. 

On 88 FM in Israel there's a DJ called Boaz Cohen who has many prog specials every once in a while- it's always good fun to listen to him put prog I don't even listen to anymore, brings back memories and such. 

In Levontin 7- the "experimental" club in Tel Aviv (hipsteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers!) of course there's experimental and avant stuff playing before shows all the time and that's good time.

Overall people know their stuff here- definitely still a minority- but a bigger minority than a place like the US.


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Posted By: Tapfret
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 01:58
Originally posted by GypsyJoker GypsyJoker wrote:

Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

Originally posted by The Truth The Truth wrote:

I heard a Pull Me Under in the bathroom of a shopping mall.


Strangely appropriate LOL

Could've been "Undertow."


As long as it isn't Supper's Ready.


And "Pull Me Under" wouldn't be that odd. Its had a lot of mainstream airplay on AOR and Metal radio stations.


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Posted By: paganinio
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 05:35
Unexpectedly, a public place in Rhode Islands is also called "Providence"!
 
So I guess it's not just a Godspeed You! Black Emperor track.


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Posted By: yanch
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 06:51
Closest example of this for me is a local sports radio station that uses music for their returns from commercial breaks. They regularly cycle through bits of Hocus Pocus, Frankenstein, Roundabout, and Aqualung. Not entire songs, but good, recognizable bits of them. Once in awhile the dj's even have commented on how much they like a certain song.


Posted By: JD
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 08:02
Let's not forget the classic example of NBC (I think, possibly ABC) sports using ELP's version of Fanfare for it's golf broadcasts back in the early 80's. I guess it really pissed off the band because they didn't get any royalty fee for the use as it was considered an arrangement and not their song.


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Posted By: infocat
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 08:36
Originally posted by paganinio paganinio wrote:

Unexpectedly, a public place in Rhode Islands is also called "Providence"!
 
So I guess it's not just a Godspeed You! Black Emperor track.


No, it's also a King Crimson track.



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Posted By: ergaster
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 10:08
Yep, it happened many years ago but it was so bizarrely unexpected I'll never forget it: I was in some store with muzak playing, and what should come on but a canned orchestral version of "Oh Caroline" by Robert Wyatt.

That stopped me in my tracks, I tell you.....


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Posted By: presdoug
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 10:28
just remembered something else
         one Sunday morning in 1977, our family stopped at a gas station in Willowdale, just north of Toronto, Canada
           Playing inside the station was what must have been a bootleg live Rush recording from maybe a year ago
            i knew it was a bootleg, because it featured a song on the recent All The World's A Stage album, which i had at that time and was familiar with, but there was something distinctly different about it, maybe the speed of the track, or a bit of extra instrumental music with it that was not on the official live one


Posted By: cstack3
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 10:34
Great thread!  

In 1979, I was in Constanta, Romania (Ceaucescu's era) on a tourist bus, and I heard the driver's radio play "Awaken" by Yes!   Very surreal.  

Most recently, I was walking into a restaurant and heard a bit of Jon Anderson's acoustic Yes work on the PA system.  That was very cool, as I was planning on his "Voice of Yes" concert!   Don't know who was programming that music, but thanks!  


Posted By: yanch
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 16:31
Originally posted by JD JD wrote:

Let's not forget the classic example of NBC (I think, possibly ABC) sports using ELP's version of Fanfare for it's golf broadcasts back in the early 80's. I guess it really pissed off the band because they didn't get any royalty fee for the use as it was considered an arrangement and not their song.

Thank you! This just reminded me of another one-The old CBS Sports Spectacular show used to use ELO's Fire On High as it's theme song. 


Posted By: seb2112
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 17:20
Originally posted by paganinio paganinio wrote:

Unexpectedly, a public place in Rhode Islands is also called "Providence"!
 

So I guess it's not just a Godspeed You! Black Emperor track.


I've walked on East Hastings while listening the GYBE that street inspired, fit all too well. Not a fun place to visit is the least you could say...


Posted By: The_Jester
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 18:00
Watchers of the Skies playing at a McDonald's. It's also the starting chords of some Macintosh computers.

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Posted By: The Quiet One
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 19:42
Yes!

A cab driver once was playing Pat Metheny. And a couple of months later, the same cab driver played The Doors, we talked a bit, he was surprised I remembered him I think.

Having listened to Cantaloop (the US3 tune sampling Hancock) at a beach with loud speakers caught me by surprise. Ok, it wasn't actual jazz playing in a summer context, but still it was pretty cool.

Can't remember any other, but I'm sure there were some more, prog-oriented moments.


Posted By: cstack3
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 20:11
I was in a very large sporting goods store a while back & "Hocus Pocus" was blazing on the PA!  That was nice, I always loved that song!  

So, what else could I do but listen to it 10 or 20 times when I got home? 

It's amazing how commonplace prog was in the early-mid '70's, when many bands had AM singles.  Flash, Yes, ELP, Focus, and others come to mind.  Later on in the '80's, we had singles by GTR, Saga, Genesis (urf, sans Gabriel) etc.  
I'm sorry that Bob Fripp never figured out the singles-hit-formula, I think he worked at it pretty hard.  


Posted By: prog4evr
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 20:53
Just last week, I was sweating my butt off working out on the eliptical machine at the YMCA and - much to my pleasant surprise - the title cut to LLDOB was being broadcast - from a local classic rock station no less!  These are the precious moments in life that one lives for...


Posted By: presdoug
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 21:41
Originally posted by wilmon91 wilmon91 wrote:

It never happens....and by "public places" I'm counting in people listening to music with headphones (where you can hear some of the music), and music from cars running by, or music from an open window that you pass by. It's all predictable.
 
I heard "Tuesday Afternoon" by Moody Blues in a supermarket. 10 years ago. Not a big deal maybe. But the fact that I remember says a lot.
 
I heard "Get em out by friday" in a tv program about a car exhibition, 12-13 years ago or so. The music played from a Koenigsegg car stereo. But thats  tv-program, not a public place..
just off topic, that is a beautiful cat in your avatar image-looks a lot like my sister's one that i am currently taking care of-we call him Zorro! 


Posted By: TODDLER
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 22:20
Back in 73' I was working at a venue which was very Frank Sinatra. Very wealthy customers were sitting and eating their lunch. Larks Tongues In Aspic started playing and I thought I was going to have a strokeLOL  Then the entrie album played and I was looking for a reaction from the customers, but they didn't seem to notice. Then the DJ announced from the radio station that it was the new King Crimson album. It was really strange. How could these well dressed snooty people eat gourmet food during "Talking Drum' you might wonder? I think the memory is pretty laughable.


Posted By: cstack3
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 23:32
Originally posted by TODDLER TODDLER wrote:

Back in 73' I was working at a venue which was very Frank Sinatra. Very wealthy customers were sitting and eating their lunch. Larks Tongues In Aspic started playing and I thought I was going to have a strokeLOL  Then the entrie album played and I was looking for a reaction from the customers, but they didn't seem to notice. Then the DJ announced from the radio station that it was the new King Crimson album. It was really strange. How could these well dressed snooty people eat gourmet food during "Talking Drum' you might wonder? I think the memory is pretty laughable.

This post is pretty mind-boggling!!  I'd think that David Cross's violin screaming would have ripped a few heads off in that crowd!!   


Posted By: Anthony H.
Date Posted: August 21 2011 at 23:46
I once heard a Zorn/Frith improv playing at an old folks' home.

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Posted By: Andy Webb
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 00:08
I heard Roundabout on the radio yesterday. Although it's not all that surprising, I was pleased that the whole 9 minutes was played and not some ridiculous edit.

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Posted By: TODDLER
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 00:17
Originally posted by cstack3 cstack3 wrote:

Originally posted by TODDLER TODDLER wrote:

Back in 73' I was working at a venue which was very Frank Sinatra. Very wealthy customers were sitting and eating their lunch. Larks Tongues In Aspic started playing and I thought I was going to have a strokeLOL  Then the entrie album played and I was looking for a reaction from the customers, but they didn't seem to notice. Then the DJ announced from the radio station that it was the new King Crimson album. It was really strange. How could these well dressed snooty people eat gourmet food during "Talking Drum' you might wonder? I think the memory is pretty laughable.

This post is pretty mind-boggling!!  I'd think that David Cross's violin screaming would have ripped a few heads off in that crowd!!   
LOL        That is true. The screaming violin of David Cross. I figure this probably happened because someone in the office was into prog and tuned into an underground Philadelphia station when the owner was out. No one complained about the music and that's what tossed me through a loop hole.


Posted By: Thommy Rock
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 06:30
Shorlty before disembarking from an aeroplane I half asleep realised that the tune quietly playing on the cabin's PA system was an instrumental version of Peter Hammill's "Just good friends". I love this sad song, but it wasn't exactely the most uplifting experience to start a few days holidays.

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Posted By: AbrahamSapien
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 07:05
I think I've written this somewhere before, but the bell in our grammar schoolis DT's Wait For Sleep. Pretty awsum isn't it?


Posted By: wilmon91
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 07:13
Originally posted by presdoug presdoug wrote:

Originally posted by wilmon91 wilmon91 wrote:

It never happens....and by "public places" I'm counting in people listening to music with headphones (where you can hear some of the music), and music from cars running by, or music from an open window that you pass by. It's all predictable.
 
I heard "Tuesday Afternoon" by Moody Blues in a supermarket. 10 years ago. Not a big deal maybe. But the fact that I remember says a lot.
 
I heard "Get em out by friday" in a tv program about a car exhibition, 12-13 years ago or so. The music played from a Koenigsegg car stereo. But thats  tv-program, not a public place..
just off topic, that is a beautiful cat in your avatar image-looks a lot like my sister's one that i am currently taking care of-we call him Zorro! 
 
Cool. My dad got her in -97 when she was 3-4 years old. She must have had some traumatic time growing up because she was a bit afraid and sensitive. But she died 2 years ago from some kidney problem. She was called Kattis Smile (Katt = Cat).


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Posted By: Manuel
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 10:44
I play some soft prog at my business, specially the ones that go well with relaxing/soft atmosphere music. Some Rick Wakeman, Steve Hakett's classical stuff, etc. People love it and sometimes ask about it.


Posted By: Garden of Dreams
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 10:47
Originally posted by AbrahamSapien AbrahamSapien wrote:

I think I've written this somewhere before, but the bell in our grammar schoolis DT's Wait For Sleep. Pretty awsum isn't it?

That is cool. It is such a beautiful song. I'm actually listening to it now because of your post.


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Posted By: rushfan4
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 11:01
When I walked into the gym this morning they were playing Video Killed The radio Star and when I walked out they were playing a song from Supertramp.  Not sure what they played in between as I had my own tunes playing but I suspect that these were about as close to prog as I am going to hear at the gym.

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Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 11:24
Originally posted by rushfan4 rushfan4 wrote:

When I walked into the gym this morning they were playing Video Killed The radio Star and when I walked out they were playing a song from Supertramp.  Not sure what they played in between as I had my own tunes playing but I supect that these were about as close to prog as I am going to hear at the gym.

Yeah, I usually don't step in to my gym without headphones on already. LOL

Unfortunately the phones only dampen it so I can assure you, no prog.  Which is a shame because there is some pretty good prog to exercise to.


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Posted By: The Willow Farmer
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 13:07
Originally posted by Manuel Manuel wrote:

I play some soft prog at my business, specially the ones that go well with relaxing/soft atmosphere music. Some Rick Wakeman, Steve Hakett's classical stuff, etc. People love it and sometimes ask about it.
Nice! Gotta love Hackett.

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Posted By: refugee
Date Posted: August 22 2011 at 14:21
I cannot match the really good stories here, but still … It’s not exactly an "unexpected public place" since The Walk Inn in Rhodes old town often play music I love, like Beatles, Who, Kinks, Doors, Joplin, Hendrix, Purple, Zep, Tull (mostly pre-TaaB, though) and even King Crimson (Epitaph) and Yes (Perpetual Change, if I remember correctly – definitely a song from The Yes Album, but I must admit that I wasn’t very sober at the timeWacko). Even so, it was a big (and very pleasant!) surprise to me when they put on The Musical Box and actually played the whole song. Quite a treat!

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Posted By: Verwuestung
Date Posted: August 23 2011 at 05:22
I heard Can's She Brings The Rain in a chocolate bar restraunt called Max Brener in Israel..
was quite surprising, though it's not really full on prog song


Posted By: rushfan4
Date Posted: August 23 2011 at 11:06
When I walked into the gym this morning they were playing Show Don't Tell by Rush. 

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Posted By: riyen73
Date Posted: August 23 2011 at 12:56
There is a small coffee bar which also sells beer near my home. They usually play the latest pop hits (Lady Gaga - all those, I am not clued in) and Indian film music. The moment I walked in, they started playing Fear of a Blank Planet. Which was alright, as its a somewhat popular Porcupine Tree song of late in India. Then they play My Ashes. And I was pleasantly surprised. Then we had Anesthetize and I got really kicked about it. I walked over to the counter and asked to meet the person playing the music. I am a really big Porcupine Tree fan and most people in India haven't really heard of them. And the guy at the counter said the DJ didnt come today, so they are just playing some music from one of the guys phone :-). I got to hear Fear Of A Blank Planet at a Coffee Bar in its entirety that night. It was quite a surreal experience. There are pubs here which might play an album in its entirety during the less crowded afternoon hours. But that night when no one else seemed to care about the music, being alone and listening to the album over beer at a bar made me feel great. I even tweeted to the official PT feed about it :-)


Posted By: desistindo
Date Posted: August 23 2011 at 13:01
I always put Pink Floyd´s "Money" in a Jukebox near my house Smile


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: August 23 2011 at 15:41
I heard "See Emily Play" by Pink Floyd in a Freebirds once.

I was amazed. 


Posted By: desistindo
Date Posted: August 23 2011 at 16:06
I think this thread  proofs how unpopular prog definitely is LOL


Posted By: TODDLER
Date Posted: August 23 2011 at 16:39
I was driving a truck loaded with band gear and I stopped at a Shoprite to buy some roasted chicken. I parked in the lot and heard this strange and beautiful music coming from this man's car. I walked over to him and asked what he was listening to. He had no idea....but said he loved it and told me how to tune into the radio station. I got back into the truck and sat there for about 20 minutes. Finally the DJ announced that it was Art Zoyd and the piece was "Epithalame" from Berlin. I was late for set up time at the gig, passed on the roasted chicken, but discovered Art Zoyd. A week later I ordered the cd from Wayside Music. This all went down in Middlesex N.J. if memory serves. I think it was in 1989. It was my introduction to them. Another strange experience in my life that sticks like glue.


Posted By: aprusso
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 06:46
I just passed by a supertrendy gay-friendly fashion store in C. Consell de Cent, Barcelona, and they were playing "Dust in the Wind". Unbelievable!


Posted By: mono
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 07:01
"Dust in the Wind" is (rather was) extremely popular in Lebanon (where I come from). It was a huge success and people recognize it as a classic rock tune.

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Posted By: frippism
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 07:12
Originally posted by Verwuestung Verwuestung wrote:

I heard Can's She Brings The Rain in a chocolate bar restraunt called Max Brener in Israel..was quite surprising, though it's not really full on prog song
                     

That's pretty awesome considering the last time I went there the combination of chocolate overdose and terrible music made the place almost unbearable. I guess it has to do with the manager.                                             

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Posted By: Failcore
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 09:54
I heard Kerry Livgren's "To Live For The King" for the first time in a WalMart. Also, Wish You Were Here came on in a bar once. It's how I found out the girl I was there with was really awesome: She knew all the lyrics :P

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Posted By: Icarium
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 10:27
to hear Pink Floyd (even songs like Echoes and Exe for Eugene) is not what i would call suprising even today, it is as suprising as wall-mart store playing Back in Black and Billy Jean. So yes i become happy when malls play Floyd but i have stopped being suprised as when one think of it Pink Floyd are bigger then Progressive rock itself as a phenomenom (just like the Beatles are bigger phemomenom then pop and rock Disapprove) and a album like DSotM are only surpassed by Back in Black and Thriller, and breathed in the neck by Rumours and Millienium (by Backstreet Boys Evil Smile

my 50cent /$$/


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Posted By: Slaughternalia
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 12:08
I've heard Pink Floyd at the grocery store, as well as proggy beatles tunes like come together and junk. But as for "real" prog, I don't think many public stores are going to play Relayer over their speaker system


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Posted By: irrelevant
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 12:11
They should. 

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Posted By: darkshade
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 12:47
Originally posted by irrelevant irrelevant wrote:

They should. 


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Posted By: TODDLER
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 13:02

I was working in one particular music store a few years ago and as I gave guitar instruction I heard K.C's Great Deceiver box set played throughout the store and the entire day. Most store I had worked in years ago hung pictures of bands on the walls and played mainstream music during business hours. Our store was sometimes packed and the music of National Health, Steve Hackett, Univers Zero and many others were played over the system. I approached Steve and asked if he thought the airplay of this music would be bad for business. He told me to shut up and play my guitar and that I would see everything work out to the best expectations. I could not believe the reaction of these customers as they asked the names of the bands and if they had websites. And many of these people were not musicians. Many of them as a rule were lovers of mainstream music. I taught guitar instruction to many of them and the realization pissed me off. Here you have people who know nothing about prog and they are asking for it because they either shopped or took music lessons in the store.

The music stores in N.Y.and Philadelphia mostly played Jazz, but it wasn't too often underground prog was played. The 2 guys running the business were once players in Metal and Rock bands. I thought their introduction to prog through an independently owned business wasa terrible idea...but it worked. Then I became a little angered over the realization. I thought....If this can be easily accomplished then it would give reason for more people to expand musically.    


Posted By: Failcore
Date Posted: August 24 2011 at 14:07
Originally posted by aginor aginor wrote:

to hear Pink Floyd (even songs like Echoes and Exe for Eugene) is not what i would call suprising even today, it is as suprising as wall-mart store playing Back in Black and Billy Jean. So yes i become happy when malls play Floyd but i have stopped being suprised as when one think of it Pink Floyd are bigger then Progressive rock itself as a phenomenom (just like the Beatles are bigger phemomenom then pop and rock Disapprove) and a album like DSotM are only surpassed by Back in Black and Thriller, and breathed in the neck by Rumours and Millienium (by Backstreet Boys Evil Smile

my 50cent /$$/

Yeah, I hear Floyd all the time tbh, but that's the first and last time I've heard Wish You Were Here in public.


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Posted By: awaken77
Date Posted: August 26 2011 at 05:59
Yesterday I was in a music store looking for keyboards.
I 've heard some familiar motif, which was famous Jordan Rudess' keyboard solo from DT song Octavarium,
played by salesperson guy on Yamaha digital piano.
I was impressed, and asked - Hey, do you play Octavarium? Yes!! you doing good, bro, please do the whole album :-)
 


Posted By: Slartibartfast
Date Posted: August 26 2011 at 06:58
Originally posted by desistindo desistindo wrote:

I always put Pink Floyd´s "Money" in a Jukebox near my house Smile

That reminds me of the time I was in college and as eating at a Pizza Inn which had One Of My Turns as a B side in the jukebox.  So of course I put in money and picked that one.  It didn't come on until we were leaving.  "Would you like something to eat?" LOL


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Posted By: silverpot
Date Posted: August 26 2011 at 13:22
Today I was in a magazine/tobacco store and they played Ozric Tentacles!

The employee was rather pleased that I noticed. Smile


Posted By: Failcore
Date Posted: August 26 2011 at 14:54
Ozric can be pretty popular in a lot of indie circles. I know several ppl that aren't into prog that are huge fans.

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Posted By: Mellotron Storm
Date Posted: August 26 2011 at 14:58
I wish i could mention even one time but i can't.Hearing OPETH's Death Whispered A Lullaby" on Criminal Minds blew me away,especially since it went on for so long. Hearing the DJ on a Toronto radio station joke that he was going to see the new Star Trek movie and was going to play some SPOCK'S BEARD on the way to the theatre took me by surprise too. I play prog in the shop here non-stop but sadly few have a clue about prog music.

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Posted By: silverpot
Date Posted: August 26 2011 at 19:11
Originally posted by Deathrabbit Deathrabbit wrote:

Ozric can be pretty popular in a lot of indie circles. I know several ppl that aren't into prog that are huge fans.


True, but this particular store normally plays Hip Hop, so I was pleasantly surprised. LOL


Posted By: Zombywoof
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 12:17
I once heard Tull's "Teacher" at a local restaurant.

Some poor soul probably got fired for that one.

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Posted By: Dancing Lemming
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 16:38
I've heard lots of Yes (particularly Yes Album and Fragile era) being played at stores, gas stations and comercials as well as Kansas and Pink Floyd of course. I'd be happy if I ever heard anything from TCotCK or Red by King Crimson being played though.


Posted By: twosteves
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 18:22
My sister and brother in law thru me a big outdoor birthday party with like 50 people--there was good party music and everyone was drunk and dancing and having fun---my brother in law---knowing I'm a Yes freak suddenly puts on CTTE for me---well--the party came to grinding halt in this public place as the bird sounds came flooding on the dance floor---LOL---I had to run over and change the music back before everyone went homeLOL


Posted By: TODDLER
Date Posted: August 27 2011 at 20:07
Originally posted by twosteves twosteves wrote:

My sister and brother in law thru me a big outdoor birthday party with like 50 people--there was good party music and everyone was drunk and dancing and having fun---my brother in law---knowing I'm a Yes freak suddenly puts on CTTE for me---well--the party came to grinding halt in this public place as the bird sounds came flooding on the dance floor---LOL---I had to run over and change the music back before everyone went homeLOL
Go back to 1975 when disco, Top 40, Glitter Rock, Mainstream Rock and most of all Progressive Rock was being played 6 nughts a week in clubs. When a DJ played C.T.T.E. everyone in that club identified with those bird sounds. Most people then....knew it was YES and they wanted to hear it. They also were in the club spending money on drinks because they desired to hear a cover band like SIRE play C.T.T.E. The places on the strips were mobbed. They were populated with young people who had all the YES albums in their collection. What a difference between then and now huh?


Posted By: Failcore
Date Posted: August 28 2011 at 11:30
Yea, tbh, I don't wanna hear prog at a party. Because if the music is interesting, I wanna stop and just listen to it. Although it would be hilarious if someone put on something really long and epic like The Whirlwind or Light of Day, Day of Darkness

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Posted By: terryl
Date Posted: August 29 2011 at 05:41

i've got three experiences.

Opporsite to my office is an evening bar that usually plays either standard pop music or some kind of trance. One evening last year, i was working a tad overtime and when i came out, PT's Time Flies was playing loudly. It's the radio edited version though.

Another instance. I was traveling to an touristy island off the east coast of Thailand. A band was playing some sort of Thai folk rock music, when all of a sudden they just plays Owner of a Lonely Heart right in the solo section. 

Last, i was working in a radio station in Bangkok. This place plays usual commercial stuff like Take That and N'Sync, you know your typical boyz or girlie bands. Then from time to time one of the DJs smuggle some crazy stuff into the studio like DT's Another Day and Queensryche's Bridge, for example. She was one of my favourite DJs there.



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Posted By: logwed
Date Posted: August 29 2011 at 16:34
First time that I ever heard VDGG, and really what began my conscious forays into prog, was when I heard Killer on the radio. I'd been into Pink Floyd and Yes and such before that, but I didn't know that the unifying force in my musical quest was PROG. One of those things where I can even remember where I was, probably one of the most significant moments in the progression of my musical tastes.


Posted By: desistindo
Date Posted: August 29 2011 at 19:14
I once listen to Phil Collins´ You´ll be in my heart... In a specialized prog store!!  LOL

That was awkward.


Posted By: criticdrummer94
Date Posted: August 30 2011 at 09:19
I remember when the K-Mart was still open down the street from my house and once i was there for I don't remember but The Camera Eye started playing and I stayed to just hear it and was singing along to it. I must have looked like a douche doing that

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Posted By: rushfan4
Date Posted: August 30 2011 at 09:24
I was at the Toronto Zoo yesterday and I saw a guy pushing a stroller with a kid in it, and he was wearing a Progressive Nation tour t-shirt.

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Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: August 30 2011 at 09:43
I saw the Science Fiction movie Children of Men here the other day and was thoroughly surprised to hear In the Court of the Crimson King at the very start of the flick. 
Got me listening to the album again - still not a big fan of Epitaph and Moonchild though...

A while ago - I visited an old-school music store, and the guy behind the counter was playing Faust´s debut! It was great - especially because the store was chuck full of teenagers set out to buy some Chemical Romance and EelsLOL
He got extremely excited, when I told him about my musical tastes and the fact that I´d had that specific album for a couple of years. 
Kudos to him for scaring the sh*t out of our nation´s youth. 


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Posted By: Roy-Mus
Date Posted: August 30 2011 at 10:21
Apart from the occasional "Owner of a Lonely Heart", "Dust in the Wind" or most of Pink Floyd's hits in a variety of radios and stores, I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the upcoming show "The Kennedys" on Fox Life backed by "In the Court of the Crimson King". Thumbs Up

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Posted By: rushfan4
Date Posted: September 01 2011 at 13:17
When I walked into the gym this morning they were playing Rush's Closer to the Heart, and the following song was Onwer of A Lonely Heart.   They were playing Bon Jovi when I left though, so....

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Posted By: gen77c
Date Posted: September 02 2011 at 04:29
On TV here in Mexico I remember a local political party had a nightly segment on TV and it began with  the intro of  Dream Theater's "Take The Time" from Images and Words, I always thought that was really weird.

Also there's this guy, Jose Ramon Fernandez who had two tv shows about sports.  The theme song for the one on weekdays was the ELP version of  "Fanfare for the Common Man" and the one on sundays had "Touch and Go" by Emerson, Lake & Powell. I guess he was a fan.

When I worked at a local music store, part of a big chain. I always managed to sneak in some prog in the store's speakers early in the day when there were not a lot of clients, the rest of the day I had to play the latest pop hits.


Posted By: imma
Date Posted: September 02 2011 at 14:46
I heard 'Breakfast in America' by Supertramp in a random radio station. 'Baby' by Justin Bieber followed this song Wacko.


Posted By: purplesnake
Date Posted: September 02 2011 at 20:08
Well I'm 15 so last year in grade 9, we had to do this project for french where we had to pick a song (that was french) and make a presentation about it, at first i picked http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te86ubVHv6o" rel="nofollow - The Strands of the Future by Pulsar but this kid in my group said it hurt his ears :( so i didnt want to argue we went along with some sh*tty song but then at presentations time.. My friend, from a different group, had chosen Harmonium! and I was barely familiar with Prog at that time but they played Harmonium (the song) and after our teacher was like what genre is this (cuz we had to record it on our sheets) and I was like "Prog rock!" And they were like "I think its Folk".

I feel like there are lots of people out there who dont know anything about music, but there are many others who could understand and come to like prog if they were seen to it. I'm lucky, I used to listed to just classic rock and stuff, but fortunately alice cooper played Yes and Rush from time to time (on the radio) and with some internet searching I soon got into prog. Now I can't listen to anything else!


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: September 02 2011 at 20:19
Originally posted by purplesnake purplesnake wrote:

Well I'm 15 so last year in grade 9, we had to do this project for french where we had to pick a song (that was french) and make a presentation about it, at first i picked http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te86ubVHv6o" rel="nofollow - The Strands of the Future by Pulsar but this kid in my group said it hurt his ears :( so i didnt want to argue we went along with some sh*tty song but then at presentations time.. My friend, from a different group, had chosen Harmonium! and I was barely familiar with Prog at that time but they played Harmonium (the song) and after our teacher was like what genre is this (cuz we had to record it on our sheets) and I was like "Prog rock!" And they were like "I think its Folk".

I feel like there are lots of people out there who dont know anything about music, but there are many others who could understand and come to like prog if they were seen to it. I'm lucky, I used to listed to just classic rock and stuff, but fortunately alice cooper played Yes and Rush from time to time (on the radio) and with some internet searching I soon got into prog. Now I can't listen to anything else!


You should feel blessed by the fact that the world of music and wonders opened up to you at such a young age. Just beware not to fall in the trap, that some proggers do - when they think they´ve suddenly reached some form of higher moral ground - just by listening to a certain type of music. One should always remember that out there in the big wide world, - there´s probably somebody just like you - getting the same kinds of goosebumps, just over Lady Gaga. 

I loooooove Strands of the Future by the wayBig smile


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Posted By: purplesnake
Date Posted: September 03 2011 at 01:42
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Originally posted by purplesnake purplesnake wrote:

Well I'm 15 so last year in grade 9, we had to do this project for french where we had to pick a song (that was french) and make a presentation about it, at first i picked http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te86ubVHv6o" rel="nofollow - The Strands of the Future by Pulsar but this kid in my group said it hurt his ears :( so i didnt want to argue we went along with some sh*tty song but then at presentations time.. My friend, from a different group, had chosen Harmonium! and I was barely familiar with Prog at that time but they played Harmonium (the song) and after our teacher was like what genre is this (cuz we had to record it on our sheets) and I was like "Prog rock!" And they were like "I think its Folk".I feel like there are lots of people out there who dont know anything about music, but there are many others who could understand and come to like prog if they were seen to it. I'm lucky, I used to listed to just classic rock and stuff, but fortunately alice cooper played Yes and Rush from time to time (on the radio) and with some internet searching I soon got into prog. Now I can't listen to anything else!

You should feel blessed by the fact that the world of music and wonders opened up to you at such a young age. Just beware not to fall in the trap, that some proggers do - when they think they´ve suddenly reached some form of higher moral ground - just by listening to a certain type of music. One should always remember
that out there in the big wide world, - there´s probably somebody just like you - getting the same kinds of goosebumps, just over Lady Gaga. 
I loooooove Strands of the Future by the wayBig smile


Thanks for the advice, yeah... Music is really hard to explain. The thing is almost everyone I know listens to stuff like lady gaga, and it's so difficult for me to not get angry. But now with people who I like as people who don't understand much about music I just try to change the subject when it comes up. But that's kind of hard to do when the subject is what controls my life (I play guitar, bass, piano, and flute and comepose/write music). But I think when I get into sticky situations I will always think back and remember your post.

And yeah, strands of the future is absolutely beautiful...


Posted By: Guldbamsen
Date Posted: September 03 2011 at 15:29
Originally posted by purplesnake purplesnake wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Originally posted by purplesnake purplesnake wrote:

Well I'm 15 so last year in grade 9, we had to do this project for french where we had to pick a song (that was french) and make a presentation about it, at first i picked http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te86ubVHv6o" rel="nofollow - The Strands of the Future by Pulsar but this kid in my group said it hurt his ears :( so i didnt want to argue we went along with some sh*tty song but then at presentations time.. My friend, from a different group, had chosen Harmonium! and I was barely familiar with Prog at that time but they played Harmonium (the song) and after our teacher was like what genre is this (cuz we had to record it on our sheets) and I was like "Prog rock!" And they were like "I think its Folk".I feel like there are lots of people out there who dont know anything about music, but there are many others who could understand and come to like prog if they were seen to it. I'm lucky, I used to listed to just classic rock and stuff, but fortunately alice cooper played Yes and Rush from time to time (on the radio) and with some internet searching I soon got into prog. Now I can't listen to anything else!

You should feel blessed by the fact that the world of music and wonders opened up to you at such a young age. Just beware not to fall in the trap, that some proggers do - when they think they´ve suddenly reached some form of higher moral ground - just by listening to a certain type of music. One should always remember
that out there in the big wide world, - there´s probably somebody just like you - getting the same kinds of goosebumps, just over Lady Gaga. 
I loooooove Strands of the Future by the wayBig smile


Thanks for the advice, yeah... Music is really hard to explain. The thing is almost everyone I know listens to stuff like lady gaga, and it's so difficult for me to not get angry. But now with people who I like as people who don't understand much about music I just try to change the subject when it comes up. But that's kind of hard to do when the subject is what controls my life (I play guitar, bass, piano, and flute and comepose/write music). But I think when I get into sticky situations I will always think back and remember your post.

And yeah, strands of the future is absolutely beautiful...

I know exactly what you mean. The thing is, when your music starts moving you on a personal level, it suddenly gets very difficult talking to people, who generally just follow the radio and just use it as background atmosphere - maybe the occasional dance. But maybe they find those same "mind revolutions" but in books, paintings nature - or their loved ones. You just gotta believe they "get it " too - we just so happen to do it through music that´s it reallySmile
Just keep playing music doing your thing - PA is always open, so you´ll always have somebody to talk to about music, and how stupid the rest of the world is for not getting itLOL 


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