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PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:36 am 
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Everything I saw above plus in no order:
Flaming Lips, ween, B.A.D., Ani di Franco, blur, sonic youth, radiohead

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 05, 2019 11:01 am 
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Sound of Music - Pizzicato 5ive (1995)


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Remember Two Things - Dave Matthews Band (1993)

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John Scofield - A Go Go (1998)
Al Di Meola - The Infinite Desire (1998)
Alvin Youngblood Hart - Territory (1998)


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:56 pm 
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(Nineteen hundred and ninety four)
Remember this song?
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Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band - Smoke Dreams (well it was before the 90's but what the hell :mrgreen: )

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Recorded in Melbourne Australia in 1973, Smoke Dreams was the first 12" long-playing record issued by the Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band, a homespun musical menagerie consisting of between seven and nine wild and wooly harmonica, washboard, jug, kazoo, and string players. Formed and led by brothers Mic and Jim Conway, this frowsy little group specialized in popular novelty, jazz and blues songs dating from the 1920s and '30s, whipping themselves into a frenzy over vintage delights such as "Mobile Line," "Nagasaki" and "I Can't Dance (I Got Ants in My Pants)." Smoke Dreams would be the only one of five eventual Captain Matchbox albums to be released in the U.S., where it came out in a Quadraphonic ESP edition and was immediately seized upon and prized by young North Americans whose temperaments and personal habits were similar in part to those depicted in the music, the album photos, and the perceptive liner notes by David Bland, which are worth quoting at length: "Coming down in time the group have developed more into a mirror of a certain lifestyle rather than just musicians playing together for fun and profit.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 8:06 pm 
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Melania -
Did Donald put you up to this? You know we can’t put a ‘70’s album on a ‘90’s albums thread no matter how fabulous it is. I’ll have to report this to Attorney General Barr immediately. I’m sure he will get to the bottom of this and, unfortunately, have to reprimand the President post haste. I sincerely hope this doesn’t reflect badly on you or cause any negativity in your loving relationship.

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Great sounds from three of the best .

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Bravo Mike Keneally !

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:30 pm 
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KUIII wrote:
Melania -
Did Donald put you up to this? You know we can’t put a ‘70’s album on a ‘90’s albums thread no matter how fabulous it is. I’ll have to report this to Attorney General Barr immediately. I’m sure he will get to the bottom of this and, unfortunately, have to reprimand the President post haste. I sincerely hope this doesn’t reflect badly on you or cause any negativity in your loving relationship.

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what was the nineties anyway just 70's plus 20 - fake news i say :mrgreen:

I'll get Boris to have a word with Queen :smoke:


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[I forgot about this... I was mostly drunk at the time]

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Released 27 June 1994

Tim Bowness – vocals, words
Steven Wilson – instruments
with:
Richard Barbieri – electronics (5)
Ian Carr – trumpet (1)
Ben Coleman – violins (1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), electric violin (9)
Mel Collins – soprano saxophone (1), flute (3, 6)
Robert Fripp – guitar (1, 3, 5, 6, 8), frippertronics (1, 5, 8, 9)
Lisa Gerrard – voice sample (8)
Steve Jansen – percussion (7)
Chris Maitland – drums (1, 9), percussion (1, 3)
Silas Maitland – fretless bass (1)

"Considered a vitally important evolution, the album realised the expansive promise of the band's earlier material. Combining dream pop, art rock and moody minimalism, with an epic orchestral scope, Flowermouth was well served by the guest performances of /Rain Tree Crow's Jansen and Barbieri, King Crimson's Robert Fripp and Mel Collins, jazz trumpeter Ian Carr and eerie Dead Can Dance singer Lisa Gerrard."

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