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#5099

Lorcan, the 70s isn’t a place.

It’s a way of life.


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#5102

Saw here tv gig on first air.
(I am so bloody old…)

Now, who’s the random singer? (Skunk I know.)


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#5106

Amos 9:7

#5107

It’s New Music Monday ™ and I will be mostly listening to Music for Arsney Blinov’s Abstract Art (2018, so newish) by Gleb Kolyadin:


#5108

Christel and I just watched Urban Cowboy.


#5109

Today’s mantra. (Note: this live video is totally new to me.)


And more of the same, only different.

#5110

#5111

Like any of 100,000 band practices that happen every day. Makes me feel better about a few I’ve been in. (Nothing like the feeling of unconsciously starting to sing along and hearing "Please don’t! :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:)


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#5113

Sometimes I don’t get you Ronnie. Coheed and Cambria is one of the most extreme modern examples of the prog rock you profess to hate :stuck_out_tongue:


#5114

Exactly. I don’t really hate prog rock. I just hate you, David. :wink:

More seriously, I honestly do like prog rock. I just feel it doesn’t need to be stuck in 1970 and I like a lot of other music styles too.


#5115

See, this is why I love Ronnie. Yesterday he made a post that inspired me to go and find clips of the proper Superman movie. Today, he’s inspired me to listen to some prog rock that’s stuck in 1970 :slight_smile:

Seriously, I’ve never seen this clip before. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever seen Chris Squire playing a Fender Precision Bass before, that’s how old and rare this is. Awesome :open_mouth:


#5116

Once again, you misunderstand me. I also like prog from 1970. I just don’t think 2019 prog should sound like 1970 prog. :wink:


#5117

I agree :slight_smile:

I don’t have any 2019 prog (yet), but here’s some 2018 prog:

I was at this gig :slight_smile:

And this one:


#5118

So you believe that this prog has progressed from 1970’s or stayed the same? :wink: