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rosalita1906 On December 24, 2018




Brooklyn, New York
#1532New Post! Dec 18, 2018 @ 00:29:16
Bob Dylan
mrmhead On about 1 hour ago




NE, Ohio
#1533New Post! Dec 18, 2018 @ 02:15:41
Still:
King Crimson

I see they've started booking Eastern US for Autumn of '19

(NY and Chi in Sept .. Hmmm... Cleveland is in between)
blessyduhhminguez On January 11, 2019




OCEAN SPRINGS, Mississippi
#1534New Post! Jan 11, 2019 @ 00:43:45
MY FaVORITE BAND IS BONES BUT ITS ACTUALLY NOT A BAND IT IS A RAPPER BUT IF ITS ROCK THEN MY FAVORITE BAND IS ALSO HAWTHORNE HWIGHTS
Baloney On February 17, 2019




Lawton, Oklahoma
#1535New Post! Feb 16, 2019 @ 22:15:31
Muse, f***in Muse.
Anchor On August 28, 2019




Stornoway, United Kingdom
#1536New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 09:48:38
Spike Jones And His City Slckers in the 40s and 50s, Pink Floyd up to 1977, then maybe The Fall.
Plus various friends of mine.
mrmhead On about 1 hour ago




NE, Ohio
#1537New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 11:46:45
@Anchor Said

Spike Jones And His City Slckers in the 40s and 50s, Pink Floyd up to 1977, then maybe The Fall.
Plus various friends of mine.



You didn't like The Wall?
Anchor On August 28, 2019




Stornoway, United Kingdom
#1538New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 12:47:21
@mrmhead Said

You didn't like The Wall?


I liked it, but not as much. The live version was better, and the film was better, and Roger's live version of a few years ago was better.
It was a visual spectacle, certainly, just as many of their live concerts were. But the original album had little of that, just a few Scarfe images.
mrmhead On about 1 hour ago




NE, Ohio
#1539New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 13:04:00
@Anchor Said

I liked it, but not as much. The live version was better, and the film was better, and Roger's live version of a few years ago was better.
It was a visual spectacle, certainly, just as many of their live concerts were. But the original album had little of that, just a few Scarfe images.


I didn't care much for the "Berlin" concert. It was Ok and entertainment, but ... meh...

I saw Roger's Wall a few years back - in-f#%&*#'ing-credible - even without drugs!
- and what's better was I went alone, and I didn't have bothersome friends or family to deal with!

I probably OD'd on the original movie - saw it more than 20 times. It was a regular at the Midnight Movies ... and so was I.


.. but now I'm a King Crimson fan more than PF.
Anchor On August 28, 2019




Stornoway, United Kingdom
#1540New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 13:10:00
I guessed that from your avatar, they're a good band, and among the last remaining "old" bands that are still innovating and performing radical....actions.
Jennifer1984 On August 25, 2019
Remoaner and proud





Penzance, United Kingdom
#1541New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 18:35:51
@mrmhead Said

You didn't like The Wall?


Don't got there. LOL. My dad is a Pink Floyd nut and never gets fed up with playing his complete collection of everything they've ever made either as a band or as solo artists. He even saw them play at the UFO Club in London in the 1960's when Syd Barret was fronting the band..!!


Not a fan myself, although they're not bad, I guess.

I liked DSOM and Wish You Were Here. Love Echoes (from Meddle). Animals (the entire album) is awesome. Agree the anti-war sentiments of The Final Cut but other albums like Ummagumma (lay off the acid, lads) and The Wall are wrist cutting material.

Gerald Scarfe's artwork and animations for The Wall are pretty impressive though. The marching hammers are scary and as for the flowers...... Oh my goodness. How rude...!!!
Leon On September 16, 2019




San Diego, California
#1542New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 19:08:08
@TenaciousDave Said

WHAM!






And get your a** back on here. It’s been three years already.
mrmhead On about 1 hour ago




NE, Ohio
#1543New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 19:29:09
@Jennifer1984 Said

Don't got there. LOL. My dad is a Pink Floyd nut and never gets fed up with playing his complete collection of everything they've ever made either as a band or as solo artists. He even saw them play at the UFO Club in London in the 1960's when Syd Barret was fronting the band..!!


Not a fan myself, although they're not bad, I guess.

I liked DSOM and Wish You Were Here. Love Echoes (from Meddle). Animals (the entire album) is awesome. Agree the anti-war sentiments of The Final Cut but other albums like Ummagumma (lay off the acid, lads) and The Wall are wrist cutting material.

Gerald Scarfe's artwork and animations for The Wall are pretty impressive though. The marching hammers are scary and as for the flowers...... Oh my goodness. How rude...!!!


Ever try the Echoes - 2001:Space Odyssey mash-up!?!

It's on YouTube.
Anchor On August 28, 2019




Stornoway, United Kingdom
#1544New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 19:41:51
@mrmhead Said

Ever try the Echoes - 2001:Space Odyssey mash-up!?!

It's on YouTube.


This probably deserves a thread of its own, but hey
https://moviesyncs.com/
chaski On about 4 hours ago
Stalker





Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#1545New Post! Jul 22, 2019 @ 23:04:37
@blessyduhhminguez Said

MY FaVORITE BAND IS BONES BUT ITS ACTUALLY NOT A BAND IT IS A RAPPER BUT IF ITS ROCK THEN MY FAVORITE BAND IS ALSO HAWTHORNE HWIGHTS



WOW! That Internet SCREAM blew out my ears!



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