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@Reggaebass      I have a Max Romeo record from the 60s I think...........Wet Dream............up there with judge Dread methinks............

 

 

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4 minutes ago, ProfJames said:

@Reggaebass      I have a Max Romeo record from the 60s I think...........Wet Dream............up there with judge Dread methinks............

This is my favourite max Romeo track, it’s from the , War ina Babylon album 1976, and the first one is with tiken Jah fakoly, with Robbie on bass, it’s a great one to play 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, ProfJames said:

@Reggaebass       great calls!  Would like to see your record collection!!!

I’ve still got my vinyl going back to around 1977, it’s stored in my loft but I do bust it out now and again, I used to buy from , daddy kool record shop and red records in Brixton  🙂

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12 minutes ago, Reggaebass said:

I’ve still got my vinyl going back to around 1977, it’s stored in my loft but I do bust it out now and again, I used to buy from , daddy kool record shop and red records in Brixton  🙂

Mine came from a shop in Harlesden and a smaller one in Willesden..........need to dig them out as well........all CDs now!  Also from Geno Washingtons place in West Hampstead and a couple of SKA bands in Primrose Hill.....

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2 minutes ago, ProfJames said:

Mine came from a shop in Harlesden and a smaller one in Willesden..........need to dig them out as well........all CDs now!  Also from Geno Washingtons place in West Hampstead and a couple of SKA bands in Primrose Hill.....

Lots of the early reggae and dub vinyl is really collectible now, and popular in the us 

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Bit of German goth, they are long disbanded, were superb live................

 

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Manchester based band and our own @MDWagstaff's former crew - he kindly shared a track he'd played on the Yammy thread. I went on to listen to Night Light and OMG immediately fell in love with Matt Jones' vocals! For me, it had a touch of Brad Delp (Boston, More than a Feeling) vocal quality about it.

 

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9 hours ago, bartelby said:

 

Terry Riley's In C.

 

 

There was a really good BBC4 documentary on John Adams, which also covered other 1960s minimalist composers. Must have been well over a year ago as I went into the music section of the Library of Birmingham afterwards and borrowed a few CDs by John Adams andTerry Riley. This and Shaker Loops by John Adams I liked. I didn't find a CD of A Rainbow In Curved Air at the time and I haven't actually heard that. Off to Spotify...

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This is a rough mix of a track off the new album from a band that my mate BSD has recently hooked up with. A bit progtastic, but none the worse for that. Nice in a mid period Genesis kinda way and a strong vocal performance. Dave was a member on here at one point, but didn't stick around for too long.

https://www.facebook.com/thiswintermachine/videos/521674288802869

 

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17 minutes ago, Richard R said:

There was a really good BBC4 documentary on John Adams, which also covered other 1960s minimalist composers. Must have been well over a year ago as I went into the music section of the Library of Birmingham afterwards and borrowed a few CDs by John Adams andTerry Riley. This and Shaker Loops by John Adams I liked. I didn't find a CD of A Rainbow In Curved Air at the time and I haven't actually heard that. Off to Spotify...

Yeah. I remember that documentary. Totally ignored all the groundbreaking female composers of the time, but it was still quite good. 
 

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Tim Langedijk Trio. The Bassist is named Udo Pannekeet.

 

 

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90s pop throwback evening...

Alisha’s Attic - Illumina

 

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