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Getting ready to strut that thing to the shops... 





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Great tune. Rock n roll 20 years early that stuff.
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Originally posted by EaseDownTheRoad EaseDownTheRoad wrote:

Here is a great article about the history of rub-a-dub



Only just got around to reading this^ it is indeed a great article! the KillaKela stickers made me smile, he came back to our house once after a disastrous Phonetics gig in Sheffield, at the time he was relatively unknown but billed as the next Rahzel. A few months ago i thought 'I wonder what happened to Kela i'll check him out" and found 'Everyday' on youtube, Wow! he's more like Justin Timberlake nowadays but worse.

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Nice one Fender.  I can only wish that doing battle with our revenue agency could result in such mean guitar licks.  Wound licking, more like. 
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Originally posted by Double 0 Soul<div><div><br>I enjoyed pt2 and i think Charles Hazelwood did too although for a 
man in his 50,s his jeans are far too tight <img src=smileys/smiley2.gif border=0 alt=Wink title=Wink /><br>I loved the part about the architecture of New York being captured in the landscape of the music. 
Fantastic!</div></div>
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I enjoyed pt2 and i think Charles Hazelwood did too although for a man in his 50,s his jeans are far too tight Wink
I loved the part about the architecture of New York being captured in the landscape of the music. Fantastic!
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Part 2, as i hoped, was excellent.

The good lady wasn't to enamored right enough.  She buggered off to bed, while our man in the pornographic trousers was waxing lyrical about 'music in 12 parts', advising that it sounded like a panic attack!
I went to see the Philip Glass Ensembl

Part 2, as i hoped, was excellent.

The good lady wasn't to enamored right enough.  She buggered off to bed, while our man in the pornographic trousers was waxing lyrical about 'music in 12 parts', advising that it sounded like a panic attack!
I went to see the Philip Glass Ensemble perform 'music in 12 parts' a few years ago at the royal concert hall.  It was excellent.  The sound was massive, in parts actually sounding like great house music.
I honestly have no idea how they held their concentration for that length of time playing such frenetic, intricate, repetitive music. 
It was a very hypnotic experience, tbh i think i may have nodded off at one pointEmbarrassed
Gutted i missed Reich perform "music for 18 musicians' the next afternoon, but hey, you can't to them all!

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I saw the Glass ensemble a few years ago, they were great. I saw Music for 18 Musicians the same year, and it is just amazing live: full of unexpected humour with the changing of positions of the musicians etc throughout. 

Terry Riley is playing Tusk festival this year (and presumably some other show while he's here) - going to try and catch him this time.
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You might prefer the Grateful Dead version killer, which is also erm.. killer


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I thought you meant the Grateful Dead had done a version of Music for 18 Musicians... that would be worth hearing. LOL

I love this french prog band's take on Riley's 'In C', which is in the same ballpark (I imagine)


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