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Check the nick of Carl Palmer here, I would definitely wear this shit although I would almost certainly get the shit kicked out of me for my trouble.

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This is the fucking business.

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Yeah brill' absolutely brill'

Moving Waves is not far behind it.

 

 

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Just saw that yesterday was 47 years since In the court of the crimson king was released, widely regarding to be the first fully formed prog album.

 

Hot Rats by Frank Zappa was also released on the same day.

 

I was definitely born in the wrong decade.

 

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Just saw that yesterday was 47 years since In the court of the crimson king was released, widely regarding to be the first fully formed prog album.

 

Hot Rats by Frank Zappa was also released on the same day.

 

I was definitely born in the wrong decade.

 

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Those two albums are indeed classics.

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Been getting into Van Der Graaf Generator, any fans on here?

 

I've only got Pawn Hearts at the moment but am planning to explore further, trying to quickly listen to a 12 minute song while the missus is out the room is proving to be a bit of a problem.

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Just picked up on the Greg Lake news.. Loved the KIng Crimson stuff, never a big ELP fan but he was a talented guy and yet another casualty

of 2016 . RIP

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John Wetton gone now.

 

That's Chris Squire, Greg Lake and him gone in the space of 12 months.

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Been getting into this recently, his first solo album from 1975, the opening Solar Musick Suite is fucking brilliant.

 

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My missus is quite glad I've come back to work this week as I was off on holiday last week & this & Crescent by John Coltrane were never off the stereo.

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Twelve year age gap there. It'th a mythery how Fripp wangled that  

 

In his defence, he's a complete & utter genius & she's... well she's Toyah.

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Anybody on here like Hatfield & The North?

 

I'd never listened to them, mainly because their name is terrible but their guitarist died last week which prompted me to check them out, fucking hell, they were brilliant. I'm going along to the record shop later to buy both their 70s albums (Hatfield & The North & The Rotters' Club).

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