Oophoi and Ran Kirlian - The Physics of Heaven
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Lovely and fitting tribute.
It certainly is, it was the first disc I bought directly from him, and always had a special place with me, more so now, and is probably my most favourite album of his, although there are so many more of his that come really close to it.Oophoi - Signals from the Great Beyond (The Complete Recordings), monumental album from the Master, enough said.
Yes, it's a great one, especially Disc 1. It was one of the last recordings I obtained from Gigi.
for anyone who might wonder what my set is going to sound like, here's a three minute snippet of one of the rehearsals I've recordedBeautiful piece,
.... and, yes, I'm particularly proud that I learned how to embed the soundcloud player...
I "listened" to this today....
and by "listened" I mean I whipped out my guitar and tried to play along after not playing these songs for 10-ish years and trying to remember what part comes next....
I should really get back to the stack of ambient CD's piling up on my kitchen table that I bought months ago and then didn't listen to...
Phobos, what's the awesome dark ambient? The photo didn't appear.
QuoteIron Maiden-Live After Death. I would say if you could only have one IM album in your collection, this should be it. Recorded 1985 at the peak of their game.
I'm showing my age here a bit, but I saw the Maiden on their first tour with Paul Di'Anno at Middlesbrough Town Hall. I liked their stuff very much then but I think they haven't really changed musically from their early days.
Incidentally, I also saw a band called 'White Spirit' at the same venue (well, in the Crypt) with Janick Gers, before he joined Iron Maiden. My last blast from the past was seeing an AC/DC soundalike band with a Mr Brian Johnstone as singer - before he joined AC/DC.