McDonald12

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A Synaptic Imprint

Artist Song Buy
captain beefheart and his magic band  moonlight on vermont  buy on itunes
the bevis frond  i can't get into your scene  buy on itunes
husker du  find me  buy on itunes
dr john  danse kalinda ba doom  buy on itunes
jimi hendrix  machine gun (isle of wight 1970)  buy on itunes
marillion  forgotten sons  buy on itunes
roy harper  she's the one  buy on itunes
steely dan  bodhisattva  buy on itunes
led zeppelin  no quarter  buy on itunes
king crimson  21st century schizoid man including mirrors  buy on itunes
gong  squeezing spomges over policemen's heads/fohat digs holes in space  buy on itunes
gomez  whippin' piccadilly  buy on itunes
wishbone ash  the king will come  buy on itunes

Comment:

Inspired a little by Rob's recent brilliant Prog mix,although there are a couple of distinctly un-prog type things here, these are songs which have been floating around in my head of late. I wondered what they might sound like together on a cd, so here we are. The Bevis Frond are well worth checking out for those of us with a prog/psych leaning.

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Scott K
Date: 6/9/2002
Somebody's synapses are firing tonight! Husker Du->Dr. John! Wishbone Ash! Uh oh! Dogs are barking to go out...bye.
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SueEW
Date: 6/10/2002
Nice mix, Gerry. I agree about the Bevis Frond, genius stuff.
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p the swede
Date: 6/10/2002
"squeezing spomges over policemen's heads/fohat digs holes in space" you can't do songs with titles like that, what's next Tales of the rings mixes ? Harry Potter best of ? ;D
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p the swede
Date: 6/10/2002
BTW Henke Larsson is king, 2 goals against Nigeria
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Thomas_Mohr
Date: 6/10/2002
oof, that's a tough one, Gerry . . .
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valis
Date: 6/10/2002
As a snapshot of your "synaptic" firings I'd say they spark far and wide around the twinned convolutions! ;-{}
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Rob Conroy
Date: 6/10/2002
This looks *great*! And Peter, that Gong medley is phenomenal--probably their best, actually. Gerry, I *promise* that your stuff will be in the mail soon...
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Moore1
Date: 6/10/2002
WOW I havent seen 'No Quarter' on a mix yet by it self. Nice mix
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Sean Lally
Date: 6/10/2002
Though I can never get behind use of Steely Dan in any context, this looks pretty great! Long live Prog and its bastard sons!
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McDonald12
Date: 6/10/2002
I'm not a huge fan of Steely Dan either, Sean, but I like this track and it seems to fit in well here.
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Rob Conroy
Date: 6/10/2002
Yeah, Sean's against Steely Dan and their great pop sense, apparently. I'm a well-known champion of their 70's work, along with "Hey Nineteen" in the 80's. Anyway, *I* like the tune, Gerry. :-)
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valis
Date: 6/10/2002
Wow! I wasn't aware of the anti-Dan sentiments of Mr. Lally.....ouch...
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Curtis_Burns
Date: 7/16/2002
Ooh, this is sweet. Helped immeasurably, by the inclusion of my favorite Roy Harper tune.
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echoman
Date: 11/13/2002
whoa, old-school Marillion. If you like Forgotten Sons, there's a very good (i.e. better than the studio one) version on the "Real to Reel" live album from 1984.

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