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Old 02-19-2022, 08:15 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Hi Boo! I used to be tore, but got my username changed a little while back. I only rarely lurk nowadays, but am very happy to see you back your permaban never sat quite right with me.

I remember we used to discuss a lot of prog rock back in the day (with Anteater, Comus and others). What are you listening to these days?
Over the years I've become quite fond of slickly produced pop music especially from the 70s and 80s, disco, new wave, synth pop, synth funk, city pop, sophisti-pop, etc.

I still love my prog and more experimental stuff, but I've embraced my inner poptimist.
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Old 02-20-2022, 12:17 AM   #82 (permalink)
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Over the years I've become quite fond of slickly produced pop music especially from the 70s and 80s, disco, new wave, synth pop, synth funk, city pop, sophisti-pop, etc.

I still love my prog and more experimental stuff, but I've embraced my inner poptimist.
Cool the epitome of slickly produced from those decades for me is Steely Dan, especially their later albums Aja and Gaucho.

Most of what I consume these days is jazz or related and I did turn into a massive Zappa-fan over the years. But overall, as life has gotten increasingly demanding in terms of responsibilities, I don't nearly discover as much music as I used to. I've tired of much that I used to love, including most of the prog bands I listened to.

If you have some recommendations you find particularly interesting, I'd love to hear them
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Old 02-20-2022, 12:12 PM   #83 (permalink)
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Hi Kayleigh! I am married, got a good job, two great kids and a home recording studio above the garage.

How are you?
It’s crazy how life changes and how time flies. Your home recording studio sounds so cool!

Yeah everything is good for me as well thanks! I have my own place, boyfriend, dog and cat. No kids for us though, it’s a lifelong job and a hard one at that lol I take my hat off to you and your wife
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