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  • David Mosley
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    Just discovered the New World's Fair download on the site and am listening to the album for the first time now (does/did Mike *really* sound like that? Well, I never :)), but I've one question:

    Where is Track 14 - Narration 3?

    Looks like there should be 22 tracks in all, but only 21 are present.

    (I know it's just 24 secs, but it's nice to hear everything if possible.)

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    How can you say Octopus let's it down? It's the best song on there (in my opinion, of course).

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  • Dobbie
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    Originally posted by Michael Moorcock
    -- and if you've ever heard some of the more obscure recordings, such as Bang, Bang, Bang or Another Quiet Day in Auschwitz
    Any ideas where one can get these ? Anyone

    Got a copy of New Worlds Fair recently great stuff.

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  • lordmarioh
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    Checking the lyrics for 16 Years Old Doom I noticed that you say "bad habits" when I always heard "by hobbits" (I really wondered why...why hobbits?)

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  • lordmarioh
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    Oh really!!! :oops:

    That explains a lot...

    Who sings Come to the Fair?

    I found the lyrics for the Moorcock's written songs...

    http://www.novymir.com.au/terminalcafe/lyrcnwf.html

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    I didn't sing everything on New Worlds Fair. Songs by Steve Gilmore are sung by Steve. Songs by Graham Charnock are sung by Graham.
    So that's why my voice probably sounds very different. Mind you, I have a fair range -- and if you've ever heard some of the more obscure recordings, such as Bang, Bang, Bang or Another Quiet Day in Auschwitz, they're pretty different, as are some of the tries I did for Gloriana, where I sang all the voice in what were supposed to be character songs (i.e. Gloriana, Captain Quire and so on). A lot depends on the key, too. My 'natural' voice isn't usually as high as on most of the Deep Fix numbers. Simon House did most of those arrangments.

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  • lordmarioh
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    He sings in a lot of different voices... Like 16 years old doom is totally differente from Come to the fair... and so on...

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  • VonWeiner
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    I'll have to check it out. Thx

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  • Grey Mouser
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    Thanks for this Berry. First time I've heard Deep Fix and I'm impressed. It refreshes my world-weary spirit to listen to this music.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Listening to "Dodgem Dude" right now. Sounds like WAY early Jethro Tull, sans flute.

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  • Whiskers
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    Dogem Dude naration = 2

    link fixed

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  • lordmarioh
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    Hey Berry, thanks a lot!!!

    But I Have a question: "How come there's narration 1,3,4,5 and no narration 2?"

    And please fix the broken link to Starcruiser...

    Once again thanks a lot!!!

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  • Whiskers
    started a topic Get Your Deep Fix Here

    Get Your Deep Fix Here

    I have posted The New World's Fair, Michael Moorcock's album with his band The Deep Fix. You'll find the files in the Downloads module.

    Here's the relevant news article:

    [broken link]
    Last edited by Rothgo; 04-21-2010, 01:53 PM.
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