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  1. this past week John Maus - Just Wait Til Next Year Steve Walsh - Glossolalia Steve Walsh - Kansas The Voidz - Where No Eagles Fly gavin m - The Rodents Discussions
  2. I've got Clockwork in my Top 5, it's timeless. I've also noticed there are quite a few bands recently that have been making better music in the 2010's as compared to the previous 10 to 15 years. Rush has Clockwork, Styx with The Mission and Crash of the Crown, Yes has the Fly From Here suite which is one of the bands' best songs, Kansas has made a comeback, AC/DC's Power Up was better than the last few albums at least, etc etc. It seems now that some of these bands move away from caring about trying to keep up with the times and instead just create classic style music with modern flares to it that make it unique while still reminiscent of their peaks.
  3. this week Yes - To Be Alive (Hep Yadda) Yes - Nine Voices (Longwalker) Boston - Someone Asia - Midnight
  4. randomly remembered this thread today. thought id whip this up 1. Close To The Edge 2. And You And I 3. Yours Is No Disgrace 4. Heart Of The Sunrise 5. The Revealing Science Of God (Dance Of The Dawn) 6. Awaken 7. Siberian Khatru 8. Hearts 9. Fly From Here 10. Roundabout 11. The Gates Of Delirium 12. Sound Chaser 13. Machine Messiah 14. Endless Dream 15. Starship Trooper 16. South Side Of The Sky 17. Changes 18. I've Seen All Good People 19. Homeworld (The Ladder) 20. On The Silent Wings Of Freedom
  5. Definitely not a quota issue, as I've only commented in the Vapor Trails thread and cant reply to any of them either.
  6. RIP, great playing all the way to the end. Too young.
  7. Jon Anderson too. Almost 80 and sounds just like he did 25 years ago. Unreal
  8. Yes JY and Tommy are an amazing duo. Yes I'm a little biased considering Styx is my #1. Yes I'm quite the freak.
  9. Despite Steve's weathered voice, this is probably my favorite of his
  10. You can't get tired of Steve Morse
  11. I had a suspicion I'd see a lot of Holdsworth on this thread. Only heard 1 of his songs before today. Glad I got more recommendations here
  12. Of the few Buckethead songs/performances I've seen, I can see what you mean. Pretty great, and unique too
  13. I thought the Petrucci song was pretty good, but I do agree with you with Rhodes although I wouldnt call it useless, it's more just less interesting. Playing fast for the sake of playing fast isn't what makes a solo good. But there are plenty of other times in that video where Rhodes is outstanding. Theres no denying his skill that's for sure. And yes, Govan's improv skills are crazy. Very emotive while being technical
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