The Music Thread 2024

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It is still the same link for me, if you read the posted like you can see it still says the trees.
Is there no YouTube link available?
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Lady Fraktor wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2024 1:52 pm It is still the same link for me, if you read the posted like you can see it still says the trees.
Is there no YouTube link available?
it comes from youtube, it's ok I'm going to delete the post.
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Had your dose of shoe-gazer vibes, today?

Some Stereolab, for those who indulge:

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On this one I like to fast-forward from 13:40 to 15:50.
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BTW, I like some of Stereolab's music, but do not agree with all their lyrical content, just to be clear.



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Well contrary to current beliefs, I did not die, I have just been working on other hobbies and the skys here, quite frankly have sucked for many months so I packed up the tripod and put it away for a spell. The nights are so short here now as well so I think I will wait until fall to resume, however....I am still listening to music and thought I would share two classics from my teenhood, 1981 ish.

Enjoy. Cheers



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I LOVE Prism, they were the goto rock band in our school in the 70's. I remember building a color organ and setting it up with the music in the lunch room on Fridays (Had McDonalds hamburgers brought in every Friday...oooohhhh ahhhhh. ) and we always started with this song.

Later in the 80's I worked down the road from Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver, pretty cool, I remember one day I could hear AC/DC through the walls and thought I'd go down after work to meet them. I stopped at the the record store and picked up a copy of Back in Black and waited for them to come of the studio...met the whole band and they all signed it, pretty cool day.

Anyway, now back to Prism, enjoy!

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Lady Fraktor wrote: Fri May 10, 2024 4:17 am A few songs by the Canadian band Prism. The last album with singer Ron Tabak before his passing.
Strangely these are the only three songs I really like on the album and I just found out that all three of these were mixed/ engineered by Bob Rock... His talent certainly stands out even in 1980!




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