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These jams shouldn't be looked upon about who's better than who, really - it's all about making music- would be boring to have 2 Morse's , 2 Haynes, 2 Schofields.

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FWIW, Haynes & Sco have some history.
Here's a clip from a few yrs back.
I'll leave the analysis to ya'll.




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Listening to this Chilean singer, who wrote a New Order classic with this one.


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Originally Posted by skypuppy123
These jams shouldn't be looked upon about who's better than who, really - it's all about making music- would be boring to have 2 Morse's , 2 Haynes, 2 Schofields.

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FWIW, Haynes & Sco have some history.
Here's a clip from a few yrs back.
I'll leave the analysis to ya'll.


S0O0O0O0O0O0 Epicly badass. cool love LOVE love the keyboards!

GREAT playing by ALL.

I also much prefer John Scofield's tone here, to the times when he's used way too much plastic-y chorus (blechk); I especially like his use of an octave-down effect here- a Boss OC-3 Super Octaver, perhaps? (I have, love, and HIGHLY recommend a Foxrox Octron.)


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Just swapped out Tesla’s latest, ZZ Top’s XXX and an old Charlie Hunter Trio CD for the latest from a The Raconteurs, The Black Keys, and Esperanza Spalding, respectively.

Also, took mom to see Rival Sons and STP Thursday night. Because there was an un-announced third band opening- Warbly Jets- Mom ran out of endurance before STP took the stage. However, Warbly Jets were pretty good, and Rival Sons utterly KILLED it, with a set list spanning all but their first album, and nearly ALL of Mom’s faves.

Here’s one of the tunes WJ played during their set:


There was also this cool Thai reggae tune played during the intermission between WJ & RS, by a band called Job2Do.

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Reina Del Cid, I love them.

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What a performance...I've never seen a singer's sorrow and rage fighting it out for control over her voice - hell, over her whole body - like this. Even before she starts singing, Mon looks like she's been awake and crying for 2 days straight. Given current events in her homeland of Chile, she just might've been.


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I just had a real blast from the past sweep over me & it was thrilling. A friend sent me a YouTube link to some 70's live performances of Tubular Bells by Michael Oldfield. That's an album I haven't heard in maybe 40 years, but man, it sounded great. That was one very talented 19 year old kid who came up with such symphonic richness, & played all the parts himself, minus a few vocals. I just might have to buy the CD.


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Rarely do I recall TBells but it was/is a truly new thing at the time (at least for pop-rock !
(& besides the musical aspects, it was exceptionally well-marketed-----& if anyone thninks that's negative or not important rolleyes )


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Here's a bit of music from one of the most a-traditional Chinese composer's of modern times, Chou Wen-chung.
I'm just learning abt him but this piece, with it's interior thematic coherence & possibilities as a rock stringed instrument performance is racing up the Top 20.
Think of the space enveloped by Beefheart, Zep & Fairport Convention... grin



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I enjoyed that Chou Wen-Chung piece. Great stereo separation. The percussion bits seemed to be in their own grasp of time, which made them stick out, but not necessarily in a bad way; you just appreciate and notice them when they appear.

As for me, I've mostly been listening to CD's that I picked up at Progstock. Mostly bands that played there, but a few that didn't but had merch there:

Pattern-Seeking Animals (a side project for members of Spock's Beard): No One Ever Died And Made Me King. Love the time signature in the verses on this one.


Rocket Scientists - announcing this was their last live performance.



The Cyberium: The Fall (great tune; but I'm not endorsing abduction & serial killing. But hey, it was just Halloween)



Speaking of creepy, District 97's latest album has this spooky track, Ghost Girl:



Discipline : Life Imitates Art - creepy yet catchy (I got to talk with their singer & guitarist, AND Gentle Giant guitarist Gary Green)



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Glad ya liked "that Chou Wen-Chung piece"., Danz.
I'm just ;earning abt him following his NYT obit.
Besides being an epitome of progressive Chinese music he was freak an assistant to 20th C experimentalist composer Edgard Varèse, whose legacy he tended.

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That's quite a list you posted.
I'm taking them 1 at a time.
"No 1 Ever Died &...." has a great 1960s70s-style riff & gtr tone but I really liked that piping pop keyboard sound !
Plus they picked a great name whuich works with or without the letter "k" !

I'll work through the rest
but in the meantime here's a cat who personified what the physical & mental melding of Eric Clapton & J J Cale...
... & to whom I'm listening to even as I type.



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Nice.

Originally Posted by skypuppy123
These jams shouldn't be looked upon about who's better than who, really - it's all about making music- would be boring to have 2 Morse's , 2 Haynes, 2 Schofields.

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Currently going through my head:
Two weeks ago I got to see The Pineapple Thief, with Randy McStine opening. So obviously, a little bit of them!

Randy McStine's looping of creepy effects


The Pineapple Thief - Threatening War



Plus some Steve Hackett from his latest album


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love cool LOVE cool love that album.

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As it is now the proper time to start listening to holiday songs, I've popped in Marillion's "A Collection of Recycled Gifts" disc, including this take on "Carol of the Bells".



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Tracklist
1Kenny Wayne Shepherd-Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
2Eric Johnson (2)-The First Nowell
3Jeff Beck-Amazing Grace
4Brian Setzer Orchestra-Jingle Bells
5Joe Satriani-Silent Night/Holy Night Jam
6Steve Morse-Joy to The World
7Steve Vai-Christmas Time Is Here
8Joe Perry-Blue Christmas
9Alex Lifeson-The Little Drummer Boy
10Richie Sambora-Cantique De Noel (O' Holy Night)
11Hotei*-Happy Xmas (War Is Over)

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