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Classical Guitar wrote:

That was impressive. And you are right on with  Paula Cole's voice blending so nicely with his voice. I don't actually think this sounded like  Prog  music at least to my ears.

Thanks, CG ... I agree that this isn't really what we think of as Prog Rock, even though genre lines can often be blurry. Peter brought a lot of his prog influences from his earlier career into what he's done in more recent years, i.e., a bit of "unusual-ness" if that's even a word. Whatever it is, I'm glad you enjoyed it. big_smile

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Mostly Autumn    "Shrinking Violet"    Somewhere? 2001 - 2003?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvjOhVsIG_g

This beautiful ballad features the wonderful vocal & recorder harmonies of Heather Findlay & Anne-Marie Helder. I also love the way the various instruments add in seamlessly, building to Bryan Josh's power chord intro to an amazing guitar outro, accompanied by Helder on the flute, and Findlay's haunting vocals. This one has everything I like about Prog, and it never gets old. "Shrinking Violet" is from their 2001 album "The Last Bright Light".

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Steven Wilson    "Routine"    Chicago, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hW1LFnkJfaE

Wilson often comments that people who don't like miserable music don't attend his concerts, as he explains here. His music and lyrics touch on some of the deepest emotions we all have, but would rather not talk about. Instead of trying to bury these feelings beneath party tunes, he has chosen to confront them head on. I think in 100 or 200 years, Wilson will be regarded as this century's Edgar Allen Poe, Igor Stravinsky, or perhaps Vincent Van Gogh. This song is from his 2015 album "Hand. Cannot. Erase.", and the powerful voice of Ninet Tayeb (featured on the studio album) is perfect for this song.

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I was taken on a journey with  the visual experience also. Thank you TF.

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King Crimson    "21st Century Schizoid Man"    Japan, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3028oDEKZo4

KC founder Robert Fripp established his new independent recording label DGM Live in 1992 (Discipline Global Mobile) for the express purpose of producing high-quality multi-angle video / recordings of some of their live work. This re-work of their 1969 song from "In the Court of the Crimson King" features singer Jakko Jaksic doing an admirable Greg Lake cover. An amazing drum solo by Gavin Harrison (formerly of Porcupine Tree) is featured, backed by drummers Pat Mastoletto and Mel Collins. Fripp said that this song was dedicated to the American statesman Spiro Agnew, although the lyric references are vague. The "trippy hippy" culture of that day loved the impressionistic album cover.

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I think I was in 11th grade when I first heard King Crimson.
I bought the album without even knowing what they sounded like, but I thought the album cover was cool - its the own you've got the pic of.

They are a classic - real cool stuff.
This is the music I play when i am doing something like wood work or tinkering in my barn.

Thanks for the share TF

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TIGLJK wrote:

This is the music I play when i am doing something like wood work or tinkering in my barn.

I'm not sure how it happened, but my favorite wood working / tinkering music is Reggae. It has enough energy to be enjoyable, but almost no aggression ... great for when stuff goes wrong, so I don't react like the Yosemite Sam. lol

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Landmarq     "Mountains of Anglia"    Zoetemeer, Netherlands, 2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roB8iX9fLnI

These guys don't have enough live music on YouTube for my liking, so I pounce on it whenever a new entry is posted. Guitarist Uwe D'Rose makes great use of delay in the 1:30 intro, and then in comes Tracy Hitchings with her powerful voice. I've told Tracey's story before about being a survivor of two types of cancer. Tracy sadly left Landmarq last year, but they've got a new lineup together, and plan to release a new album in 2019. The song is from their 2012 CD called "Entertaining Angels", and this cut is from their 2013 tour DVD called "RoadSkill".

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Magenta    "I'm Alive"    Porth, Wales, 2005

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NgBQgx0WLU

Haven't had any Magenta up for a long time ... overdue. Vocalist Christina Booth has a haunting quality to her voice, different than the expressive power of Tracy Hitchings from last week's entry by "Landmarq". The song is from their 2005 DVD "The Gathering", which featured the brilliant musical arranging of Magenta's founder and multi-instrumentalist Rob Reed (on keyboards here). While writing for the band's debut album in 2000, Reed gave the following explanation for what they were attempting:

"Current prog bands are always scared and shy about admitting the influences of the great bands of the 70's, and I wanted to come clean and admit and celebrate those influences, and hopefully create something as worthwhile as those classic bands. To do this, all I had to do was to give priority to melody rather than technical showmanship, something I have always tried to do with all my work."

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That was brilliant thank you TF

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Yes    "In the Presence Of"    Amsterdam, 2001

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_KDXoMB5wg

The European Festival Orchestra at this concert adds a lot of depth to this masterpiece, originally heard on Yes's CD "Magnification" which was released just a few months before this concert. The only "missing piece" is Rick Wakeman on keyboards (scheduling conflicts) although Tom Brislin does a capable job of filling in for him. Conductor Wilhelm Keitel chose to use the orchestra in more of a supporting role, so that "Yes still sounds like Yes". The string section picking along with Chris Squire's bass in the latter section of the song is awesome, and "Yes Symphonic Live" is (IMHO) one of the best live Prog Rock DVDs of all time ... enjoy.

http://tse2.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.D6KcBOh0jaCqWd0xzwRHyQHaE-

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Nightwish    "Ghost Love Score"    Wacken, Germany, 2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYjIlHWBAVo

Nightwish is on the outer fringes of Prog Rock, classifying themselves as a "symphonic metal" band. Formed in Finland in 1996, it took 7 or 8 years before they began receiving international notoriety. There were the usual personnel changes over the years (not all of them amiable) but the music lives on. Admittedly, some of their material is too aggressive for my liking, but their composition abilities and tight / dramatic live performances are quite exceptional.

Featured here is their current (and amazing) lead singer Floor Jansen, who replaced founding vocalist Tarja Turunnen. Fans still divide the band's history between the Tarja - Floor eras. It is reported that Floor was given a mere 48-hours to learn the entire set list for this concert, as she was hired as a session musician for this event only. Her total performance was so amazing, Nightwish immediately offered her a full-time position with them ... good choice!

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Premiata Forneria Marconi    "Maestro Della Voce" (Master of the Voice)    Rome, 2010

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbjOXKUrGpE

Welcome back to "Marconi's Award-Winning Bakery", which is quite possibly the oddest name for a band that I know of. Based in MIlan, PFM are easily Italy's greatest contribution to the Prog Rock genre. Starting out with some enjoyable bass licks by Patrick Djivas, the song features passionate singing by Franz Di Cioccio, and some very solid guitar work by Marco Sfogli. (NOTE: I'm glad I just need to type these names, and not have to attempt pronouncing them! big_smile) This song is from their 1980 album "Suonare Suonare" ("Play! Play!") I hope you enjoy them.

http://e-rock.ru/picture.php?albumid=3959&pictureid=6542

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The bass player was good and was the drummer. Wish I knew what he was singing. From the audience reaction I am sure the singer was good too.

Music is what feelings sound like.
Music is life, that why our hearts have beats.

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Glad you enjoyed this, CG. I found the lyrics at www.lyricsmode.com, and ran them through the translator ... here's what came out:

"One like me.
White shoes like me.
He lived in the railings north of the city.
He sang like crazy
At night and during the day
He lived his age even in winter.
By day and by night I

"To live
I speak of stars, of women and I have songs to learn
Around Milan
Under an ever-dark sky
Clear eyes and a warrior's expression

"With our tired faces
One morning He
finds us walking together
Talk to me
Hours and hours
Do not hide fears
Master of voice only a song
Master of voice to sing give me a song.

"One like me.
White shoes like me
Always sing for people
How often have I tried
How often do I try ?
To make my hands sing

"Master of the voice to sing give me a song
Master of the voice to sing give me a song.

Give me your song."

NOTE: I hope this isn't violating a copyright law or Chordie policy to cut & paste these lyrics, instead pasting the link only. I tried to do that, but only the Italian lyrics would come through.

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Thank you for the translation.  Now it means we know now what he said in his song.

Music is what feelings sound like.
Music is life, that why our hearts have beats.

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Wishbone Ash    "Warrior"    Rock Concert TV Show, 1973

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hg6zqejXvqI

From their 1972 album "Argus", this Wishbone Ash lineup consisted of two lead guitarists, being Andy Powell (Flying V) and Ted Turner (Stratocaster). They traded roles throughout most of their songs both live and in the studio. In 1989, Traffic Magazine actually listed them both as two of the ten most important guitarists in rock history! They both also received top level recognition in numerous articles in both Melody Maker and Rolling Stone magazine. Unfortunately, Turner left the band the following year.

"Warrior" came to mind after re-listening to CTECH's song "I'll Die With a Sword in My Hand". The lyrics tell the story of some one fighting for liberty, and weighing the high cost of freedom against the unacceptable cost of subjugation. Great guitar work, singing, etc. ... these guys are a complete package.

http://www.fubb.fi/pictures/ownpics/argus_remastered.jpg

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Marillion    "A Few Words for the Dead"    Zelande, Netherlands, 2003

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZciWd6pqvSs

I just read that 5 suicide bombers killed themselves in Chechnya last Monday (Aug 20). No one else was killed, but the bombers themselves were aged 11 to 16 years of age ... my heart broke and tears flowed when I read this. I don't dare comment on this incident, but this moving song is about the barbarically inhuman practice of parents teaching their little ones to hate. Here are song of the lyrics of this tune, from Marillion's 1998 album "Radiation":

"Pick up the weapon, Marry it, give it your name
Define yourself by it, Take it down 'the disco

Trigger happy, pulling power, Lady killer, take 'em out
See the weirdos on the hill, Come to get you if you stand still

It carries on

Somewhere in history you were wronged, Teach your children to bang the drum
Tell all your family, tell all your friends, Teach your brothers to avenge.

It carries on

Or you could love, You could love

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Glass Hammer    "If the Stars"    Gettysburg, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9XUsLyByf4

Glass Hammer's "Double Live" DVD was recorded at their performance for The Rite of Spring Festival, in Gettysburg PA in May 2015. Of the 12 acts that performed over the three days, GH were declared by Prog Magazine to be:

"... the boldest set of the weekend. Steve Babb (bass) and Fred Schendel (keyboards) have always succeeded in creating an ensemble that fully complements their sense of musical grandeur.”

Personally, I would have to say that GH are one of the greatest prog bands to come out of the USA, and there have been many. Haling from Chattanooga, TN, everything about their performance is passionate, skillful, and tightly played ... enjoy!

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King Crimson    "21st Century Schizoid Man"    Tokyo, Japan, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3028oDEKZo4

Why have one drummer, when you can have three? big_smile When founder Robert Fripp (far right) assembled this all-star cast for the 2015 "Eyes Wide Open" tour, he did what he's always done: be unconventional. From L>R we have drummers Pat Mastoletto, Bill Rieflin, and Gavin Harrison, each adding their percussive flair to this classic tune from the 1969 album "In the Court of the Crimson King". The original vocals were recorded by the late Greg Lake, and Jakko Jakszyk does an amazing job at capturing his vocal timbre.

Robert Fripp formed his production company Discipline Global Mobile Ltd. (DGM) in 1992, with the primary aim to be "... a model of ethical business in an industry founded on exploitation, oiled by deceit, riven with theft and fueled by greed ...". All musicians and artists involved retain their own copyrights for whatever they bring to the company, even the artist who drew their logo.

Bravo, Mr. Fripp!

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The Scene: Three electronic drum kits being wheeled out the back of this concert venue - their wiring hanging off and dragging the floor, popping and throwing sparks right and left as they are being loaded onto the equipment transport vehicle.

One Roadie was overheard calling to the crowd, "Step back please, ladies and gentlemen!  These wires are "live" and you could get electrocuted!  Back off, PLEASE!!!!!:

"What the hell happened????", asked one of the crew.

"All I know is what Security told me", replied the Roadie."They were backstage, ready to be set up and plugged in when the humans' lead solo began. After a minute and a half, electronic kit "A" began using its sticks to pull its wires loose from the soundboard. When that was done, it jammed one of those sticks into its electric sockets, and all hell broke loose when the other two electronic kits followed their leader."

"Second time this has happened, right?, asked the crew member.

"Third", came the reply. "Happens every time Bruford & Co.play Schizoid Man". He shakes his head: "They never knew what hit 'em. One minute they're backstage all full of piss and vinegar, then the humans start playing and next thing you know this happens."

"Their management signed the waiver, right?"

"Every time. They just never learn. That's about half a million in US Dollars you see being hauled off there, mate. They'll recoup about half by recycling and selling the parts for the newest Tesla............. Fancy a pint?"

"Always", said his friend. "Hey! Watch that wi -------"

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Any band with 3 sets of drums is impressive and also hope all had good ear protection too.     

Music is what feelings sound like.
Music is life, that why our hearts have beats.

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Before y'all think I've gone completely "round the bend, I better explain that what I wrote above is just a bit of satire which was meant to say no electronic drum kit will ever replace  a human drummer. Sorry if you or a friend play one of those things, but that's the way I feel. smile

Bill     

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Strummerboy Bill wrote:

Before y'all think I've gone completely "round the bend, I better explain that what I wrote above is just a bit of satire which was meant to say no electronic drum kit will ever replace  a human drummer. Sorry if you or a friend play one of those things, but that's the way I feel. smile

Bill

Bill, I really, really, really enjoyed your story, and busted a gut laughing. It all sounds so perfectly plausible ... love it!

Viva la over-active imagination!!! lol     

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Genesis    "Fly on a Windshield / The Carpet Crawlers"    Glasgow, Scotland, 1976

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trs7YXYQk8o

Being the first tour Genesis did following Peter Gabriel's departure, Collins & Co brought in Bill Bruford for drums and percussion, so Phil could focus more on the lead vocal duties. Thankfully, there are instrumental pieces where he sits at his kit, and shows us that he is every bit the drummer Bruford is. This concert would've been a drummer's feast to watch!

But the real beauty in all of this is Steve Hackett's subdued yet ever present guitar work, which is nothing short of inspiring. It requires some attention to stay focused on it, but it's really very creative. Although these two songs are from "The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway" (1974), the live release was from their "Trick of the Tail" (1976) tour. Enjoy!

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