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hiya folks!

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  • hiya folks!

    hi folks. new member here, been a MM fan since i first read elric 25 years ago. jeeze, i'm getting old.

    by way of introduction, i'm a bass player (and moderator over at http://talkbass.com , a website dedicated to bass playing), a computer programmer, an aspiring writer (actually i'm a rejection letter collector now, and very proud of my growing collection ) and just an all around geek. i am not, however, a former canadian p.m. so please don't ask me my stance on the whole quebecois independance thing.

    is it just me or does this ... ... remind anyone of yes' drama album?

    anyway, i'm delighted to be here, can't believe i didn't find this place earlier, and just tickled that i might get a chance to interact with the Man(tm) himself.
    http://lordonly.net lord only original progressive music

    potential order without kinetic chaos becomes stagnant chaos.
    potential chaos without kinetic order becomes static order.

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    Welcome John, and my best compliments for your skill with the bass.
    I'm not able to play a triangle with an hammer...
    Hieronymus

    - Dalmatius -

    "I'm forbidden to reign, but I'll never yield before the facts: I am the Cat"

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      thanks
      http://lordonly.net lord only original progressive music

      potential order without kinetic chaos becomes stagnant chaos.
      potential chaos without kinetic order becomes static order.

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        And a big 'HI' from Kipper! Sorry, I can't play anything musical either...
        He's well smoked

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          Welcome ......

          Some weeks ago, my daughter went to a concert by Deep Purple and got the mediator of the guitarist ....

          A group of my relative youth and she is 15 years old !

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            yeah, it's really cool how a lot of young folks these days are digging the music that us older people grew up on. i get a lot of young folks from all around contacting me about my band (we're long-song odd-time proggy rock ala yes and rush, very 70's ish, so i've been told) and even though they are only teenagers they listen to all the same stuff that i still listen to.

            it's a shame that the music industry doesn't consider diversity (-real- diversity, not multiple permutations of the same formula) worthy of investment. oh well, with the ever growing prevalence of the internet, it will soon be a moot point. the only thing i'll really miss is the big stage show/light show stuff like the wonderful concerts of yore. don't see how that can be feasible nowadays, with such a lack of financial support.
            http://lordonly.net lord only original progressive music

            potential order without kinetic chaos becomes stagnant chaos.
            potential chaos without kinetic order becomes static order.

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