Yes, the unmistakable bass on "Close To The Edge" and "Starship Trooper." Can't beat that. A true giant and groundbreaker--prog will never be the same.
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Woob 2 (em:t 4495). I just paid a whopping $70 for this rare CD on Discogs, which is comparatively low to what others are asking. As often pointed out, not as good overall as the first release, but still excellent. Has a psychedelic jungle feel on the rhythmic pieces, with its share of quiet moody interludes.
Shuttle358 :: Can You Prove I Was Born (hit and miss on this one)
yes, the old sticky labels can often cause such problems - I've been through my collection and listened to these older discs and ripped those
that still play to wav files.
There is software - exact audio copy is one version - that can sometimes pull the audio from such discs...though the success rate can vary.
otherwise you might email other people you know who might have the same disc and see if they might help....
Speaking of following leads: I finally downloaded, via iTunes, a copy of Namlook & Inoue's 62 Eulengasse, given that thirdsystem claimed it was one of his desert island favorites. I can see why. This would have certainly been a favorite of mine if I had heard it 20 years ago. It stands the test of time well.
Also grabbed 2350 Broadway 2 while on that binge. The Invisible Landscape is frigging amazing.
I apologize for all the times this forum became an unpleasant place to visit because of disruptive behavior. We'll definitely work to minimize that as much as we can.
I've studiously ignored all 'Horizon's' pointless retorts and he still has a go at me. In my view, he should have been
banned already, particularly for his pathetic, cowardly attack on Loren recently (which was subsequently deleted).
And what is your point? My point is that your comment to Pete was a bit patronizing. With your last comment, maybe you should quit while your'e behind...
Um, quit what?
I was simply comparing the dynamics of a real instrument that reacts with the laws of physics in the hand of a great ambient music artist, Robert Rich...
So please stay on topic.