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    Strange find on YouTube

    https://youtu.be/wu-hm5uQNZg


    Is this really Bill Bruford of Yes fame?

    Never heard of this album until now.

    What do you think of this?
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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Yes, it is Bill Bruford. Just one of a series of sessions he did in the period. You can buy the CD readily.

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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    I loved all the Erich von Däniken stuff as a kid. It's exciting stuff and I can see why someone wanted to make a concept album based on it... but in hindsight it is grade A nonsense, and basically racist.

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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by bondegezou View Post
    I loved all the Erich von Däniken stuff as a kid.
    Yeah me too; I was a big Fortean as a kid.
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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by witeskyn7 View Post
    https://youtu.be/wu-hm5uQNZg


    Is this really Bill Bruford of Yes fame?

    Never heard of this album until now.

    What do you think of this?
    It's kinda trippin'. Might make good background music on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Thanks for all your replies fellow Yesfans.☺

    I guess I could have just gone here...

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill...rd#Discography

    But, I thought it might be fun to ask here on YFs first.

    Thanks again!

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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Our William was quite the session mule right after the first death of King Crimson in 1974, wasn't he? I like his playing with Roy Harper in this period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SunshipVoyager View Post
    Our William was quite the session mule right after the first death of King Crimson in 1974, wasn't he? I like his playing with Roy Harper in this period.
    Yes, he certainly was!

    Back in 1980, I was just getting into Genesis and was already a huge Yesfan so,
    I picked up Seconds Out which was my 2nd ever Gen album (Duke was my 1st), so when I got home I played the album and I was absolutely SLAYED by Collins' drum stylings!

    So when I got to side 2 of album 2, I decided to put on my headphones right?
    I hadn't read the album jacket yet so... imagine my surprise when I heard that very recognizable snare sound...that style....No! Way!! I was so blown away!!

    To this day, that particular version of Cinema Show remains my #1 favorite live Genesis song.

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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Found it, cued it up, and only lasted about 20 minutes before I completely lost interest in hearing any more of it.

    There's nothing really "awful" about it, but it's dull. I honestly was hoping to be impressed, especially since it's the brainchild of a keyboardist (Paul Fishman).

    As (non-vocalist) keyboardist albums go, I'd say the benchmark is Rick Wakeman's The Six Wives of Henry VII, although Pat Moraz' The Story of i is a pretty close second.

    After that I'm hard pressed to think of any others . . . Well, there's Rick Wright's two solo albums, hardly "great". Interesting, yes, but not killer.

    Oh, wait, there IS Keith Emerson Band Featuring Marc Bonilla, but he gives a big bunch of credit to Bonilla, so I'm not sure it counts. But it IS a far better coda to Emerson's career than Love Beach or In The Hot Seat.
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    ^ There's Eddie Jobson's Green Album (a favourite of Billy Sherwood's).

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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by pianozach View Post
    Found it, cued it up, and only lasted about 20 minutes before I completely lost interest in hearing any more of it.

    There's nothing really "awful" about it, but it's dull. I honestly was hoping to be impressed, especially since it's the brainchild of a keyboardist (Paul Fishman).

    As (non-vocalist) keyboardist albums go, I'd say the benchmark is Rick Wakeman's The Six Wives of Henry VII, although Pat Moraz' The Story of i is a pretty close second.

    After that I'm hard pressed to think of any others . . . Well, there's Rick Wright's two solo albums, hardly "great". Interesting, yes, but not killer.
    How about Larry Fast, or his 'Synergy', albums? That first Synergy album is terrific imo, full of catchy riffs & quirky synths, also the two Tomita jewels 'Snowflakes are Dancing' and 'Pictures at an Exhibition', those two in particular awakened an interest in me in classical music, at least to a degree; I still prefer Tomita's versions to any orchestras, and also hugely prefer it to ELP's. Walter/Wendy Carlos, or would they all be too wide an interpretation of "non-vocalist keyboardist albums"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bondegezou View Post
    ^ There's Eddie Jobson's Green Album (a favourite of Billy Sherwood's).

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    Quote Originally Posted by relayerone View Post
    How about Larry Fast, or his 'Synergy', albums? That first Synergy album is terrific imo, full of catchy riffs & quirky synths, also the two Tomita jewels 'Snowflakes are Dancing' and 'Pictures at an Exhibition', those two in particular awakened an interest in me in classical music, at least to a degree; I still prefer Tomita's versions to any orchestras, and also hugely prefer it to ELP's. Walter/Wendy Carlos, or would they all be too wide an interpretation of "non-vocalist keyboardist albums"?
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianozach View Post
    Truth be told, I haven't heard of Eddie Jobson's Green Album.
    It was the album Jobson was making instead of joining Cinema. Gary Green of Gentle Giant plays on 2 tracks. Similar to UK, unsurprisingly.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gr..._Jobson_album)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondegezou View Post
    It was the album Jobson was making instead of joining Cinema. Gary Green of Gentle Giant plays on 2 tracks. Similar to UK, unsurprisingly.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gr..._Jobson_album)

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    Mmmmm.

    I really enjoy UKs first album. If it's anything like that I'd probably enjoy it.

    I'll cue it up on YouTube. Right now it's Anderson/Stolt
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    Quote Originally Posted by pianozach View Post
    I'll cue it up on YouTube.
    There are no legitimate versions on YouTube. You can buy it on CD: https://www.amazon.com/Green-Album-E...t_mus_ep_dpi_1

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianozach View Post
    Mmmmm.

    I really enjoy UKs first album. If it's anything like that I'd probably enjoy it.

    I'll cue it up on YouTube. Right now it's Anderson/Stolt
    The Green Album is really nice IMHO. Pull the trigger!
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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Bill Bruford - Drummer for all your Porn film music!
    This never happens - Me; I had Pizza last night; it tasted soooo good. Other guy; I hate Pizza! it sucks! Me; oh man, now my pizza last night didn't taste good.
    So why do people think this should happen - Me; Man, I listend to 90125 last night. I loved it! Other guy; I hate 90125, it sucks!
    Me; Oh man, now I didn't love it!

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    I just listened.. very cool
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    Re: Strange find on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by M-Class Planet View Post
    Bill Bruford - Drummer for all your Porn film music!
    yup... they do vibrate. I would think at least Bruford would find them interesting, I guess Phil Varone does.


    on/off switch.



    for those who have interest.... a full video

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    I wonderif you let one simply rest on a drum, would it give out 16th or possibly 32nd notes????? hmmmmm..........


    I wonder if Alan would ever make one if he was asked to sign off and make a signature model.... ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by relayerone View Post
    How about Larry Fast, or his 'Synergy', albums? That first Synergy album is terrific imo, full of catchy riffs & quirky synths, also the two Tomita jewels 'Snowflakes are Dancing' and 'Pictures at an Exhibition', those two in particular awakened an interest in me in classical music, at least to a degree; I still prefer Tomita's versions to any orchestras, and also hugely prefer it to ELP's. Walter/Wendy Carlos, or would they all be too wide an interpretation of "non-vocalist keyboardist albums"?
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