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Old 04-21-2011, 04:44 PM   #21 (permalink)
 
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All the "banter" takes place outside the prog section. You should ventre outside sometime perhaps, it must get lonely in here talking to yourself.
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Old 04-21-2011, 06:22 PM   #22 (permalink)
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All the "banter" takes place outside the prog section. You should ventre outside sometime perhaps, it must get lonely in here talking to yourself.
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Unfortunately I have found that 80% of prog fans dislike almost every other form of music (apart from Jazz Fusion maybe). I like Prog myself so I am not being biased but experience has lead me to think this way.
Personally, I think Jackhammer has a point...
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Old 04-21-2011, 07:28 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Unfortunately I have found that 80% of prog fans dislike almost every other form of music (apart from Jazz Fusion maybe). I like Prog myself so I am not being biased but experience has lead me to think this way.


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A prog FAN can be anything but usually amounts to someone whose circumferance is Rush, Porcupine Wotsit , It Bites and maybe ,on the side, Neil Young or ferkin' Stackwaddy.

But make no mistake - you are dealing with a Prog Masterman here and it behooves a Prog Masterman to be well-versed in ancillaries which border or integrate Prog.
True, Baggs is proud to say he has no knowledge of Elvis or Eskimo nose-blowing musics or Armenian sheep-shearing chants, but I DO possess formidable collections of: fusion, electronic, (British & Brittany) folk, classical, hard, heavy,pop.

(Where Baggs is lacking is in the realm of old jazzbo - Baggs has TRIED but cant get into all that guff like Miles and those other doughnuts.)
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Old 04-21-2011, 07:36 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Hey, we can talk about classical, you and me. I'm the classical mastermind of MB.

Hey Miles is not a doughnut
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Old 04-21-2011, 07:42 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Gee...I always thought that Tore and Anteater were MB's "prog mastermen." And maybe Boo Boo too, but I've had very limited contact with him.
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Comus is the true prog masterman.
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Hey classical mastermind:

Baggs be looking for this VINYL:
CYRIL SCOTT - masque of red death, aubade (on Lyrita)
HOVANESS sym 9,16,21, mts & rivers
IBERT - ballad of reading gaol (St Louis Orch -Koechlin)
COLIN McPHEE - nocturnes
VAUGHN-WILLIAMS - flemish farm,folksongs of 4 seasons, harmonica & strings (Ive never seen these)

RONE NELSON -savannah
ARTHUR COOK - Javez & the devil (Lyrita)
TOIVO KUULA - rain,demons,sea
CRESTON -invocation & dance, Zanoni
GIYA KANCHELL 6th sym
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Comus is the true prog masterman.
I've seen him a few times, but I don't know too much about him. It think he likes Can...
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Gee...I always thought that Tore and Anteater were MB's "prog mastermen." And maybe Boo Boo too, but I've had very limited contact with him.
Dems dont post here anymore because dems lack the resources to compete with a True Force.



Settle down.
just kidding.

Baggs dont know thems, so its not correct to denigrate.

Thats unbeseeming a Masterman.

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Comus is the true masterman. Period.
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