What are you listening to.................RIGHT NOW!!!

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Stevinio, 24 Mar 2006.

  1. Taxi

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    Very good pal and your fine self ?
    A shame for Mr Poles team as it really was A Bridge Too Far.
    But now on the eve of battle we stand alone to face of our own Market Garden.

    All things are ready if our minds be so.
    And the time is now.

     
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  2. Banshee

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    Memory has been jogged....nice

     
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    The Notorious B.I.G. - Who Shot Ya?

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  6. Taxi

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    If you don't have the patience for eleven harrowing minutes of guitar frenzied brilliance then maybe just kick in at the six minute mark.
    No one will ever know : /

    From the six minute mark to the final crescendo what else can those lads do but fall to their knees in an hypnotic state of high octane emotion.
    Even the most die hard of guitar afficenados off here could not find fault with this set
    Don't forget to rip up the volume:

    The Last Days Of May.

     
  7. chesterbells

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    Played most of it - first time listen and its technically dazzling but it doesn't move me, or 'tell a story' or have the soaring emotion that my favourite solos do. I'd take Gilmour, Knopfler, Buckingham, Page, Blackmore, Lifeson and so on over that.

    I do like the 'new' Astronomy though...from Imaginos

     
  8. Taxi

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    Just do me a small favour though as we are all different in musical taste.
    Hit the 8.50 minute mark apocolypse were the tempo increases at an astonishing pace deep into it's final fruition.
    I have to say I was exhausted after listening and when the music stopped I remained rigid and utterly motionless in my seat.

    I agree with your list of greats but I think this was the Cults finest accolade.
    Thanks for listening Chester to The Last Days Of May.

    As a treat this ones for you.. ..Enjoy your evening.

     
  9. chesterbells

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    Thanks @Taxi - just had another listen on the headphones, and tbf I can see why you think its special - although the playing that attracts me, and comes as a bit of a relief is his 10.05 - 10.30 playing

    Nice one with Sultans - that Alchemy album was the band its its absolute zenith for me; incredible live album
     
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    Pink Floyd - A Great Day For Freedom

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