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Old 12-17-2010, 03:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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...which reminds me that I need to get into Stockhausen. Any help here?
If you're feeling ultra-adventurous and have a great amount of brain power and attention to spare, try out Hymnen; the concept behind it is incredible, and the music therein is good when in the mood for it. Kontatke is probably a bit easier to get into. Also, dankrsta's reccs are vital, too.
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Old 12-17-2010, 03:49 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Can. Way ahead of their time.
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Old 12-17-2010, 09:28 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Maybe on the list but with guys like Edgard Varese, and John Cage, I don't think he'd be a front-runner.
Maybe..Maybe not. I do know that Frank Zappa and Chicago's, Robert Lamm were influenced by Varese.
I myself, find John Cage's bio more interesting than Edgard Varese, Cage was a composer, philosopher, poet, music theorist, artist, printmaker, ...
The era of David Bowie is modern, when compared with the era of Varses and Cage.
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Old 12-17-2010, 10:03 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Rush (surprised no one has mentioned them)
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Edgard Varese
Bruce Haack
Harry Partch
Zappa
Sun Ra
John Zorn
check the new innovate

Faust
Negativlana
check this innovate musicians
No fair, you just stole my list!
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Can. Way ahead of their time.
Completely agree with you. I recently found out about them, and I found their album, Tago Mago, to be incredibly innovative and strangely modern-sounding.
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Miles Davis and Tom Waits.

They are the tip of the iceberg that I'm too lazy to uncover.
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Completely agree with you. I recently found out about them, and I found their album, Tago Mago, to be incredibly innovative and strangely modern-sounding.
Yeah I didn't get into them till recently. Tago Magos my favourite. Brilliant, intricate rhythms and guitar slashes. You've got to be in the mood for the second side but 'Aumgm' always sounds terrifying.

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Ooooh saucy! I won't knock Faust cos they're great too, but Can had Czukay/Liebezeit, for my money the greatest white rhythm section there's ever been.
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Ooooh saucy! I won't knock Faust cos they're great too, but Can had Czukay/Liebezeit, for my money the greatest white rhythm section there's ever been.
Liebezeit is an awesome drum player, Future Days(my favourite Can album) has a pretty unmatched drum sound. Faust just made better music for me, Faust IV is an album like no other.
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