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zepphead

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  1. He'd be in my top ten, but there is a lot of competition. A few who spring to mind would be Robert Plant, Freddie Mercury, John Fogerty, Roy Orbison, Jeff Buckley, Otis Redding, Steve Marriott. I just realised a couple of these are not really rock singers..... but still pretty damn good!
  2. Theory Of Molecular Inheritance by Arena. New release from Arena - very good indeed. Inverted Reality by Red Bazar. Pretty decent UK prog. An interesting band (actually a duo - a multi instrumentalist and a female vocalist) from Brazil. This Genesis tribute is interesting - very strong instrumentally and unusual hearing well known Gabriel era Genesis songs sung by a female. Apparently they have also done Rush, Marillion, Pink Floyd and Renaissance tribute albums and well as albums of original material. I might try the Rush tribute tonight.
  3. Debut ...... fairly standard hard rock ........... then along came The Professor!
  4. My cousin is called Ian and he is moving to Florida next year ...... this could be a weird and spooky omen!
  5. Two albums from Welsh psychedelic/jam band Man from way back in the early '70s. They had a bit of a following in the UK at the time, and remind me of my 'young whippersnapper' days!! Back Into The Future from 1973 Rhinos, Winos and Lunatics from 1974
  6. I noticed earlier that Entre_Perpetuo had listened to Darwin! by Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso. I too was in the mood for some RPI - Per Un Amico by PFM Darwin! By Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso Storia Di Un Minuto by PFM
  7. Never mind Stairway To Heaven ...... this old dude looks like he's half way there already!!
  8. I will never forget Nurse Ratched. What an actress! RIP Louise.
  9. Buckley x 4 An amazing talant and a tragic loss.
  10. Featuring the great track Sylvia. Another fine Arena album He does a nice version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  11. Neil's latest live offering The Visitor - my favourite Arena album. Fruupp were a progressive rock band from Belfast active from 1971-1976. Despite extensive gigging (including support slots for Genesis and Queen) they just didn't make the big time. For any prog lovers, their album releases (four albums) are worth exploring. Family are a hard band to catagorise - quite diverse but at times incredibly good. Featuring the unusual vocals of Roger Chapman.... sometimes referred to as the 'electric goat'!!
  12. For me CTTE is Yes's crowning glory ...... the ultimate progressive rock album........ I can't believe it is 50 years old!!!!
  13. Probably top 10 for me although at times he would be in my top 5. My favourite would be Dylan.
  14. It only makes #15 in my Rush rankings. Not one of their best as far as i am concerned.
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