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  • Rothgo
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    Been playing Big Country quite a bit. For example:

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  • porcus_volans
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    Just had a blast of this first thing on a Saturday morning, just for the hell of it. Lemmy in acoustic mode. Love it.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sjkzbCkZEuQ

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  • zlogdan
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    Def Leppard "On Through The Night"

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  • zlogdan
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    King Crimson "Starless And Bible Black"/"Three Of A Perfect Pair" expanded
    Motorhead "Another Perfect Day" Deluxe edition with a live gig recording with Brian Robertson
    BoC "Cultosaurus Erectus"

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  • zlogdan
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    echolyn "I Heard You Listening"

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  • zlogdan
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    echolyn "When The Sweet Turns Sour"

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  • zlogdan
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    echolyn "An Every Blossom"

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  • zlogdan
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    echolyn "Cowboy Poems Free" ( or my all-time favorite American prog rock band )

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  • zlogdan
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    Theocracy "As The World Bleeds"

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  • Jack Of Shadows
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    Some unofficially released live Camel...

    R-14957464-1584720719-4600.jpeg.jpghttps://www.discogs.com/Camel-The-Last-Flight/release/14957464


    R-14957701-1584724395-6680.jpeg.jpghttps://www.discogs.com/Camel-Another-Night/release/14957701


    These are two great selections from the now defunct Progressive Rock Remaster Project (PRRP.) Over the years PRRP has done an excellent job of remastering and improving the sound quality of a number of bootleg live recordings from various prog rock bands such as Genesis, Yes, Jethro Tull, and of course Camel. These recordings have been freely and legally available in lossless format (.flac/.shn) on the internet on various live music trading sites. If I remember correctly I obtained these two from Guitars 101.com a number of years ago and they might still be available there. I highly recommend any of PRRP's releases if you find them...you won't be disappointed!
    Last edited by Jack Of Shadows; 03-21-2020, 01:36 PM.

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  • Jack Of Shadows
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    Originally posted by porcus_volans View Post
    Just bought two AC/DC bootlegs and a 3 disc Lynyrd Skynyrd bootleg from a stall in Camden Market.

    AC/DC Back To School Day’s (1978 live)
    AC/DC Melbourne 1974 (live)
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Chatanooga Choo Choo (live)
    Super Jam 1 1978 (live)
    Capital Theatre, Cardiff for KFBH 1975

    All splendid and with some very different and often surprising live performances.
    Nice finds PV! Bootleg live recordings are always a lot of fun. Where I used to live years ago there was a record store that sold quite a bit of those, practically specialized in em, but ended up eventually getting into trouble with authorities and was forced to close up. I miss that place, but still have a bunch that were bought there.

    Today I enjoyed a bit of Frank Zappa with Hot Rats.

    Keep on rocking!

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  • porcus_volans
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    Just bought two AC/DC bootlegs and a 3 disc Lynyrd Skynyrd bootleg from a stall in Camden Market.

    AC/DC Back To School Day’s (1978 live)
    AC/DC Melbourne 1974 (live)
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Chatanooga Choo Choo (live)
    Super Jam 1 1978 (live)
    Capital Theatre, Cardiff for KFBH 1975

    All splendid and with some very different and often surprising live performances.

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  • Jack Of Shadows
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    Originally posted by Pikey View Post

    It's a collaboration between Steven Wilson and Tim Bowness ... been on and off since the 80's when they nearly made it 'big'
    Very cool! I'll have to check em out.


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  • Pikey
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    Originally posted by Jack Of Shadows View Post

    Not familiar with that band, but the color of that vinyl is very cool!
    It's a collaboration between Steven Wilson and Tim Bowness ... been on and off since the 80's when they nearly made it 'big'

    http://no-man.co.uk

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  • Jack Of Shadows
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    Originally posted by Pikey View Post
    Nice one! .. love a bit of Camel!

    Meanwhile spinning no-man' latest ... Love You To Bits!
    Not familiar with that band, but the color of that vinyl is very cool!




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