• Progressive Rock - Psychadelic Galaxies in 7/4 Time
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I must say I really love how Yes has the bass mixed. You can clearly hear it, and it sounds awesome.
Yes albums on vinyl sound better than the CD in almost every instance.
[QUOTE=kirderf;29493894]I must say I really love how Yes has the bass mixed. You can clearly hear it, and it sounds awesome.[/QUOTE] Chris Squire has got to be one of the goddamn best bassists ever
Squire Squier :v:
What?
Squier is a brand of electric guitars and bass guitars be Fender. Probably not related though.
Squirtle?
I always played squirtle
I've always chosen the fire starters Fire just seems way more powerful than water or leaves
[QUOTE=PwnNoobsFtw;29494574] the fire starters [/QUOTE] :ohdear:
[img]http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2480/3730576219_18576aeaf0.jpg[/img]
[img]http://unravelcat.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/firestarter.jpg[/img]
[QUOTE=TehKaboose;29490197]Anyways, I've been busy listening to some Van der Graaf Generator: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDmhP6YiN6s[/media] It's amazing stuff. You should all listen to The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other and Pawn Hearts. They're only albums I've listened from them so far and I love them both.[/QUOTE] you should get H to He, Who Am the Only One next
[QUOTE=Quq;29495357]you should get H to He, Who Am the Only One next[/QUOTE] Killer is always awesome to listen to, even if it isn't one of their deeper cuts.
The Emperor in His War-Room and Pioneers over c. are also tubular (except for the lame sax solo in the latter)
Did anyone listen to this yet? [url]http://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/high_tide/sea_shanties/[/url]
Got Works Vol. 1 by ELP today :iia:
Gave some of ELP's In The Hot Seat a listen. It was okay, I liked it. Wouldn't say it's any good though :v:
[QUOTE=AK'z;29512447]Gave some of ELP's In The Hot Seat a listen. It was okay, I liked it. Wouldn't say it's any good though :v:[/QUOTE] [img]http://www.progarchives.com/progressive_rock_discography_covers/94/cover_23121642009.jpg[/img] Have you listened to that yet? :v: I'm too afraid to do so myself.
[QUOTE=kirderf;29513032][img_thumb]http://www.progarchives.com/progressive_rock_discography_covers/94/cover_23121642009.jpg[/img_thumb] Have you listened to that yet? :v: I'm too afraid to do so myself.[/QUOTE] Can't wait to hear it :iia:
I was about to talk about Emerson Lake and Palmer. Karn Evil 9 Series = godly
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3KMNYktBG1o[/media] New Prog is fine too. :3:
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0zPUxJ0gZ8[/media] Indeed it is.
This song is brilliant [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn5pRggtZpc[/media]
[QUOTE=kirderf;29539197]This song is brilliant [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn5pRggtZpc[/media][/QUOTE] A while back I learned the guitar solo. Shit's nuts.
[QUOTE=kirderf;29539197]This song is brilliant [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn5pRggtZpc[/media][/QUOTE] Comments section: "Has anyone* ever met a black person who liked Yes?" :raise:
[QUOTE=AK'z;29545447]Comments section: "Has anyone* ever met a black person who liked Yes?" :raise:[/QUOTE] I haven't met anyone who likes Yes IRL.
[QUOTE=Shibbey;29545712]I haven't met anyone who likes Yes IRL.[/QUOTE] You must know ONE who liked prog though?
[QUOTE=AK'z;29545799]You must know ONE who liked prog though?[/QUOTE] I'm attempting to get some friends to delve into this sort of music, as most of them like older rock music, and I feel they would enjoy it. So far, I've got people into Rush, but that's it.
[QUOTE=Shibbey;29545821]I'm attempting to get some friends to delve into this sort of music, as most of them like older rock music, and I feel they would enjoy it. So far, I've got people into Rush, but that's it.[/QUOTE] I don't really know any people who love jazz like I do.. I do know a few prog fans though. Some are more into symphonic stuff though as compared to the "free improvisation" stuff that I like :3:
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