Just classics …
Let me fix that for ya…
The best… I was at that concert. Ask me if it was good
Was it good?
You have excellent taste in music
I didn’t get to any of the early concerts, but I did go to New Blood (orchestra) and Back To Front (with the So band). Both amazing shows.
It was very good Early Gabriel was very very special!
Oh, that video broke… thanks for the new link
Here’s a concert I never made it to, but should have. Just magnificent album. Saw them much later but it was not the same…
I’ve seen video from Rockpalast, POV/Live in Athens and some other audience footage. It’s great you saw him live back then
Ok, I’m on a roll. Let me rip it up for 'ya. Here’s one of the maestros (play it LOUD):
Nice. That album has Here Comes The Flood. PG wasn’t really happy with the production and preferred this:
Well… to be exact - the artist was Robert Fripp, and the album was Exposure. Your video is a nice version of PG’s Here Comes The Flood, that I hadn’t actually seen before. On Exposure, is a beautiful version of Here Comes The Flood, with Robert Fripp and PG playing. I think it’s gorgeous, the best one of all of them:
… but let’s quit dilly dallying around and get to the real meat. The real esoteric stuff… Here’s “Tribe” by two masters (also to be played LOUD):
Even more esoteric, by two other masters. If you can stomach this you’re elite
That a new one for me, very cool!
AUTECHRE- NTS sessions #1 and AUTECHRE LIVE (in San Francisco)
Were they just on tour? I didn’t know that they played SF already this year…
Found this hundreds of tracks supply of ambient music in one place after following a link on a muff wiggler forum post, the ads are a bit annoying but free is always good. This seems to be the only style of music i can study to without being distracted too much. https://soundcloud.com/archives-5/tracks
My son has been participating in February Album Writing Month for years. I always learn something from his approach. This year he is using Olivier Messiaen’s Modes of Limited Transposition as a starting point.
FAWM’s goal is for people to write 14 songs in 28 days. Sometimes the tracks are just ideas, other times they are full works. It’s a way of motivating people, and maybe going outside the comfort zone. Some great collaborations appear too.
While he’s primarily a guitarist, this track is mellotron/string based.
The Forbidden Temple
This one is King Crimson-esque
Man, that is really good!
I’ve been listening to Laurie Spiegel’s “The Expanding Universe” (1980) on repeat for a few days now. Very inspiring, especially to someone with a penchant for minimalism, like me.
That’s 45 minutes of music. The version on Spotify has 2 hours 36 minutes of great music on it. Not sure what’s going on with that, but I’m loving every minute of it!