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Adam Blake wrote:So a consensus is shaping:
The Moody Blues
Ten Years After
In answer to your shocked use of dembangers:Adam Blake wrote:Norman: Vanilla Fudge more fun than the DC5 or Herman's effing Hermits?!! Are you on mandrax??!!! Have you listened to "Bits And Pieces" (amongst the most Neanderthal records) or the sublime "No Milk Today" in the last three decades?!!!
I attended a music theory course that was taught by one of PEMT's ex-members. She told me this in hushed confidence (so even she must have known the grim truth). I said that I'd never seen them and asked her, as a joke "Were you the one who did a swirly dance in a velvet cape?" She replied "So you did see us".Rob Hall wrote:will vine wrote:Principal Edwards Magic Theatre.
Thank you Will: that's the name I've been groping for for the past two days.
gary booth wrote:'Bend Me,Shape Me'
will vine wrote:a lot of talk about musical freedom of expression and this was always in a three-legged race with the fast buck.
Rob Hall wrote:gary booth wrote:'Bend Me,Shape Me'
I loved that record. I can still remember half of the lyrics: "You've got everything that I need, and baby you know it/You could make this beggar a king, a clown or a poet..."
Andy Fairweather-Lowe had a pretty good voice on him.
will vine wrote:I saw Ten Years After a couple of times. They were new, loud, bluesy, jazzy, and exciting. Which was all I asked of them.
will vine wrote: Stray
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