Started by 34Poolboy, December 20, 2008, 08:10:38 am
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Quote from: Pudders on January 04, 2009, 00:16:41 amNot that it would bother the rest of you, but the fact BJH were billed to appear in the 'Prog at the Beeb' program, but didn't, rather pissed me off..... As to the main course, wasn't that impressed on first watch to be honest - apart from the Canterbury scene stuff which I need to investigate further (I have odd snippets here and there only) - but it was an interrupted viewing for various reasons. Watched it again today and, yep, not bad at all.
Quote from: franksidebottom on January 05, 2009, 22:39:24 pmELP bollocks? I'll bet you Karn Evil 9, Toccata, Tarkus, Abbadon's Bolero, Hoedown, Great Gates Of Kiev and Knife Edge that they weren't.John Peel - what a c*ck.
Quote from: thefishy on January 06, 2009, 15:49:15 pm1978 Love Beach The cover on this album tells it all.. the game's up.. time to quit.. a real stinker of an album...
Quote from: Slim on January 07, 2009, 20:32:26 pmI'm two tracks in and liking it, so far. It has a certain charm and elegance, and not much of the overblown pomp of classic ELP. Quite an honest, open approach they've taken here, nice arrangements and good songs.
Quote from: thefishy on January 08, 2009, 10:21:01 amInteresting.... in the Beyond the Beginning DVD the band talk about this album and they don't rate it at all.. think it was just a contractual obligation so not much time and effort was afforded it...they even drafted in Pete Sinfiend for lyric duties and even he couldn't be arsed with it...
Quote from: Slim on January 12, 2009, 15:51:27 pmBill Bruford is always good value on a documentary. Very pithy on one of the Yes documentary videos as well.
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