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Old 10-27-2020, 05:57 AM   #41 (permalink)
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The fractured piano, backwards Mellotron strings, dotty bass and timpani set the atmosphere for this track perfectly, imo.

The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home


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Haven't heard that song in a long time, ribbons. Thanks for the reminder.
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“Cocaine” – Eric Clapton: Really sets the mood for the song.

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Yep, that's a great riff, right from the get-go.
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Three exquisite intros, imo. OK, one of them is a prologue- anyone got a problem with that?





"Cool no-9" is the opening track on the G3 live cd I have. It's a perfect concert starter because the song seems to rise up out of the band's warm-up noodling:-

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Three exquisite intros, imo. OK, one of them is a prologue- anyone got a problem with that?
Prologues are allowed - um, certainly, M-M-M-Mr. Lisn-n-n-aholic, s-s-sir!

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