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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/09 09:24:29 (permalink)
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Been really digging this band lately! GOOD Stuff!!!




Really well rehearsed and played. That's some very nicely done stuff and moments. Love it ... both women are excellent ... take that boys!

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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 09:24:11 (permalink)
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I have a pretty eclectic mix of audio lurvliness currently occupying the decks...
 
NEW MUSIC:
 

  • Nettlesmith - Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen
Wonderful set of songs from James and Tim, and beautifully produced. A real treat for the lug 'oles 
 
 




Thanks very much for the plug mate, glad you're enjoying it!  Tim's hit a real purple patch lately and we've almost got a second batch ready to record - that 'difficult 2nd album' might well be stronger than the first.

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 11:25:21 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby ohgrant 2015/11/12 17:33:35
Ahem, excuse me, but where can we find this apparently delectable new Nettlesmith album? 

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 11:39:50 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby ohgrant 2015/11/12 17:33:44
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Ahem, excuse me, but where can we find this apparently delectable new Nettlesmith album? 




Why, how nice of you to enquire, Mr B
 
http://www.nettlesmith.com/

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 12:33:54 (permalink)
Noice!  Since I'm afraid that I'm all out of those squid thingies at the moment, I'll just have to resort to enjoying the new material on your site for now...  Now, once I get employment again, that will be a different story! 

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 13:22:47 (permalink)
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Noice!  Since I'm afraid that I'm all out of those squid thingies at the moment, I'll just have to resort to enjoying the new material on your site for now...  Now, once I get employment again, that will be a different story! 


 
No worries Craig. We also do the 'Soundcloud Shuffle' and there's a new song up;
 
https://soundcloud.com/nettlesmith
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 14:02:22 (permalink)
Saw a great concert in Perth on Saturday, Dougie MacLean was hosting and played this beautiful song. Here's a lovely version by Cara Dillon.
 


 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 14:21:52 (permalink)
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SteveStrummerUK
 
I have a pretty eclectic mix of audio lurvliness currently occupying the decks...
 
NEW MUSIC:
 

  • Nettlesmith - Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen
Wonderful set of songs from James and Tim, and beautifully produced. A real treat for the lug 'oles 
 
 




Thanks very much for the plug mate, glad you're enjoying it!  Tim's hit a real purple patch lately and we've almost got a second batch ready to record - that 'difficult 2nd album' might well be stronger than the first.




VERY nicely done James!

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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/10 14:28:06 (permalink)
Thanks Bob!

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 09:53:21 (permalink)
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Ahem, excuse me, but where can we find this apparently delectable new Nettlesmith album? 



Nettlesmith has an album? What pills has he been taking?

Music is not about notes and chords! My poem is not about the computer or monitor or letters! It's about how I was able to translate it from my insides! 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 11:43:53 (permalink)


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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 11:59:35 (permalink)
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One of my favorites of all time, and DEFINITELY my favorite Heep album. Byron, Box, Hensley, Thain, and Kerslake had a wonderful chemistry together.
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 12:30:35 (permalink)
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Ahem, excuse me, but where can we find this apparently delectable new Nettlesmith album? 



Nettlesmith has an album? What pills has he been taking?




Any that 'he' can get his hands on to make your posts more interesting. As of yet, none seem to be working.

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 13:00:47 (permalink)
Here's one of those 'boring' 'rock' 'songs'. Love it.
 


 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 14:38:07 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby BobF 2015/11/11 17:12:36
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Ahem, excuse me, but where can we find this apparently delectable new Nettlesmith album? 



Nettlesmith has an album? What pills has he been taking?




Any that 'he' can get his hands on to make your posts more interesting. As of yet, none seem to be working.




Obviously, you've been taking the "ones that mother gives you" which "don't do anything at all."
(Go ask Alice?) 

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 17:02:09 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby craigb 2015/11/11 17:40:14
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Ahem, excuse me, but where can we find this apparently delectable new Nettlesmith album? 



Nettlesmith has an album? What pills has he been taking?




Any that 'he' can get his hands on to make your posts more interesting. As of yet, none seem to be working.




Obviously, you've been taking the "ones that mother gives you" which "don't do anything at all."
(Go ask Alice?) 




Feed Your Head!!!!

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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/11 17:45:58 (permalink)

 
This came up in my newsfeed this morning... Can't believe I hadn't heard that stuff before.

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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 09:59:40 (permalink)
IMO, a very underrated album......
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvCvJ9N8qQ0
 

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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 12:08:34 (permalink)
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IMO, a very underrated album......
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvCvJ9N8qQ0
 




That was a real return to form, some good songs on that album.

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 12:09:20 (permalink)
Not going to be that many fans on this forum of this kind of stuff, and to be honest this isn't the kind of EDM I usually listen to when I listen to electronic music, but I love this video. Great demonstration of the crossover between DJ and producer, and the skill and musical judgment at work in something which people often just dismiss as punching buttons and twiddling knobs. Anyone who's enjoyed clubbing and/or raving will understand just how much a good DJ can influence your mood, and this guy has it, what an artist. Plus there are some INCREDIBLE fat analog sounds out of that Moog. He looks like he's really enjoying himself. And he looks just like Les out of Vic Reeves Big Night Out. 
 


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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 12:56:30 (permalink)
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IMO, a very underrated album......
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvCvJ9N8qQ0
 




That was a real return to form, some good songs on that album.




Perfect Strangers is my favorite DP song (fun to play too).  Dream Theater's cover of it is really nice as well.

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 13:05:02 (permalink)
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This :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=je9TA7QEOjs




Can never get over how good JPJ looks for someone pushing 70.  Just compare him to Jimmy!  Wow.

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 13:08:48 (permalink)
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Not going to be that many fans on this forum of this kind of stuff, and to be honest this isn't the kind of EDM I usually listen to when I listen to electronic music, but I love this video. Great demonstration of the crossover between DJ and producer, and the skill and musical judgment at work in something which people often just dismiss as punching buttons and twiddling knobs. Anyone who's enjoyed clubbing and/or raving will understand just how much a good DJ can influence your mood, and this guy has it, what an artist. Plus there are some INCREDIBLE fat analog sounds out of that Moog. He looks like he's really enjoying himself. And he looks just like Les out of Vic Reeves Big Night Out. 
 





Personally, I will have to listen to the rest of this once I have 80 minutes to spare (I heard about four minutes before I checked the length!).  This is the kind of electronic music I liked to make for fun when friends came over (I'd give them command of a couple of knobs like "Resonance" and let them twiddle away). 
 
BTW - What IS that clear-looking device he's twiddling knobs on anyway? 
 
 

 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 13:10:37 (permalink)
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IMO, a very underrated album......
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvCvJ9N8qQ0
 




That was a real return to form, some good songs on that album.




Perfect Strangers is my favorite DP song (fun to play too).  Dream Theater's cover of it is really nice as well.


Imo  "Come taste the band" is the most underrated album of DP:
https://www.youtube.com/w...ist=PLAEDC5E4B01A3A0F0
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 13:52:57 (permalink)
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This :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=je9TA7QEOjs




Can never get over how good JPJ looks for someone pushing 70.  Just compare him to Jimmy!  Wow.




I thought Page looks much better now than he did 20 years ago, if only for the fact that he seems at peace with his age. JPJ does rock though - saw him w/ TCV a couple of years ago - amazing!
 

 

post edited by Rain - 2015/11/12 14:04:10

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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 14:36:49 (permalink)
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Not going to be that many fans on this forum of this kind of stuff, and to be honest this isn't the kind of EDM I usually listen to when I listen to electronic music, but I love this video. Great demonstration of the crossover between DJ and producer, and the skill and musical judgment at work in something which people often just dismiss as punching buttons and twiddling knobs. Anyone who's enjoyed clubbing and/or raving will understand just how much a good DJ can influence your mood, and this guy has it, what an artist. Plus there are some INCREDIBLE fat analog sounds out of that Moog. He looks like he's really enjoying himself. And he looks just like Les out of Vic Reeves Big Night Out. 
 





Personally, I will have to listen to the rest of this once I have 80 minutes to spare (I heard about four minutes before I checked the length!).  This is the kind of electronic music I liked to make for fun when friends came over (I'd give them command of a couple of knobs like "Resonance" and let them twiddle away). 
 
BTW - What IS that clear-looking device he's twiddling knobs on anyway? 
 
 


It looks like some kind of launchpad/controller mounted in a case on a stand. Although I'm certainly no expert at these things...

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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 17:10:40 (permalink)
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This :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=je9TA7QEOjs




Can never get over how good JPJ looks for someone pushing 70.  Just compare him to Jimmy!  Wow.




I thought Page looks much better now than he did 20 years ago, if only for the fact that he seems at peace with his age. JPJ does rock though - saw him w/ TCV a couple of years ago - amazing!
 

 



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The best rythm sections I´ve ever heard.
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 17:19:19 (permalink)
Just found out it's a custom MIDI controller put together by LIVID.  I know I'd never seen anything quite like it before!  I used to have a Roland SP-808 that could do some of the same things, but tried to do way too much.  
 

 
Some have too many pads like the Ableton Launchpad:
 

Others have too many knobs...
 

 
 
But his controller (and stock LIVID's) look like just the right mix of knobs and pads:
 


 
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Re: Now Playing ... 2015/11/12 18:17:38 (permalink)
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Just found out it's a custom MIDI controller put together by LIVID.  I know I'd never seen anything quite like it before!  I used to have a Roland SP-808 that could do some of the same things, but tried to do way too much.  
 

 
Some have too many pads like the Ableton Launchpad:
 

Others have too many knobs...
 

 
 
But his controller (and stock LIVID's) look like just the right mix of knobs and pads:
 



Drool....I want.

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