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One for Timon
 
 


Thanks for this Paul. Very clever edit.
I grew up a Punk, so Genesis and most prog-rock was an anathema to me back then....
haven’t really listened to much of them.
My journey went from Punk to indie to psychedelic to blues to dance/rave then on to jazz funk and gospel. Bit of an odd journey that skipped most mainstream stuff.

Here’s an interesting curiosity I came across recently......



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2 hours ago, TIMON said:

 

 


Thanks for this Paul. Very clever edit.
I grew up a Punk, so Genesis and most prog-rock was an anathema to me back then....
haven’t really listened to much of them.
My journey went from Punk to indie to psychedelic to blues to dance/rave then on to jazz funk and gospel. Bit of an odd journey that skipped most mainstream stuff.

Here’s an interesting curiosity I came across recently......

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

ah yes seen this a while ago -clever

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9 hours ago, Paul Cleaver said:

One for Timon

 

 

Would that be the bloke doing Phil Collins part and Chester Thompson part ?

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52 minutes ago, Stubby said:

Would that be the bloke doing Phil Collins part and Chester Thompson part ?

Its actually Phil Collins and Bill Bruford on this track. Chester Thompson plays on most of this live album though.

I think Phil sacked Bill as he wouldn't play as he was told 

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3 minutes ago, Paul Cleaver said:

Its actually Phil Collins and Bill Bruford on this track. Chester Thompson plays on most of this live album though.

I think Phil sacked Bill as he wouldn't play as he was told 

Bill was a jazz drummer really . I loved his really " tight " stuff with the early Yes albums .

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1 minute ago, Stubby said:

Bill was a jazz drummer really . I loved his really " tight " stuff with the early Yes albums .

 

1 minute ago, Stubby said:

Bill was a jazz drummer really . I loved his really " tight " stuff with the early Yes albums .

Yes Stubby rock drummers with a Jazz sensibility are my favourites. I also like Neil Peart and Stu Copeland 

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Just now, Paul Cleaver said:

 

Yes Stubby rock drummers with a Jazz sensibility are my favourites. I also like Neil Peart and Stu Copeland 

rites

Agreed . The recently deceased Mr Ginger Baker was originally a jazzer .   

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