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 1   The Forum of Last Resort / Re: Lock This Thread  on: Today at 9:00pm
Started by Dust | Post by Noni
on Today at 07:03am, ChocolateSurprise wrote:
Well said that man! smiley

Please, let's draw a line under things now! smiley

There.......Happy the Woman! smiley


Under things now!


grin
 
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 2   Other Genres Discussion Board / Re: Tull's Glenn Cornick R.I.P.  on: Today at 7:44pm
Started by alfredthegreat | Post by CountingOutTime
R.I.P. Glenn undecided

Love Tull. Was listening to Passion Play when I read about his death.

Glenn's not on it, but will listen to his era tomorrow.
 
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 3   Banjo Man- The Musician's Corner / Re: PIGEON MUSIC  on: Today at 7:31pm
Started by Pigeon | Post by Pigeon
Play whatever instrument you want matey. We should do that! Could be interesting! smiley
 
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 4   Supper's Ready- The Genesis Music Board / Genesis Mash Ups  on: Today at 7:28pm
Started by Pigeon | Post by Pigeon
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3G3Ruh77QiU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEECfaCDwkg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udvMyvXV4Q8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kkv50SSWNM

I think they're pretty awesome, hope you enjoy! smiley
 
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 5   Paperlate- Genesis General Board / Re: R-Kive track listing  on: Today at 6:57pm
Started by champagnemeadow | Post by Yild4Genesis
Sorry but I disagree entirely. To me it looks like someone with no idea on any of the tracks has just randomly pulled track numbers out of a hat.
I site Wake Up Call as a prime example. Possibly the weekest track on that whole album. Why that was picked as an example is beyond comprehension and quite frankly a joke really
 
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 6   The Forum of Last Resort / Re: The random comment of kindness thread  on: Today at 6:53pm
Started by Yild4Genesis | Post by NoSonOfVine
Slowdancer, you are a kind and wise man, and many of your thoughtful, warm posts bring a smile to my face. smiley
 
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 7   Paperlate- Genesis General Board / Re: R-Kive track listing  on: Today at 6:39pm
Started by champagnemeadow | Post by Schrottrocker
I just checked out the solo songs I wasn't familiar with yet. Now I get a way better picture of what this compilation is like.

What strikes me is it is anything but your average greatest hits compilation. Sure, we get to the fluffy charts pop songs too but not too much. The Knife, The Musical Box, Supper's Ready - over 40 minutes of purest prog as a starter and not exactly easy listening. How's that for any casual "oh it's a Phil Collins best of" customer? And everything from Calling All Stations onwards on CD 3 seems to be supposed to say hey, the Genesis guys do more than the I Can't Dance walk.

What I did notice as a big plus is I can't see there's no proper flow in the song sequence. On the contrary, I think the selection matches very well. I'll go on a limb and say they did a good job with that selection - it is impossible to create a perfect track list that represents the group and the five solo careers in a balanced way, sort everything strictly chronologically and still keep up the flow of song selection, you can't lump all that together perfectly. It's easy to criticize the selection now that it's there but it must have been hard to make it in the first place. Jeez, I wouldn't want to take up responsibility for that, hell no.

Even though at first glance it looks a lot like a copy of The Platinum Collection I guess R-Kive gets a whole different character overall through the solo songs and the chronological sequence. It shifts the focus away a good deal from the pop output towards the more artsy output.
 
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 8   Other Genres Discussion Board / Tull's Glenn Cornick R.I.P.  on: Today at 6:36pm
Started by alfredthegreat | Post by alfredthegreat
In the last few hours it was announced on Jethro Tull's website that original bassist Glenn Cornick,who played with the band from 1968-1970,has passed away!Sad news indeed!Loved his playing on Living In The Past!
Rest In Peace Glenn Cornick.Loved your headband!
 
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 9   Match of the Day- Sports and Recreation / Re: Formula 1 ,2014  on: Today at 5:09pm
Started by Noni | Post by raelthing
Feel sorry for button he just has not been given the car to do himself justice with over the last few years
 
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 10   The Forum of Last Resort / Re: Lock This Thread  on: Today at 5:06pm
Started by Dust | Post by raelthing
if it aint locked this thread has certainly been flogged to within inch of its life lol
 
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