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Old 04-22-2011, 12:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rigoni/Schoenhertz "Victor"

Just learned this long out-of-print masterpiece will finally be reissued by Made In Germany.

Origional 2 lp and Baggs gots it on vinyl!

Recorded in 5 studios (including Abbey Road), produced by Peter Hauke who founded the Krautrock label Bacillus (Nektar,message,9 Days Wonder,Dyzan), "Victor' is a concept incorporating full orchestra and covering many different styles; rock, prog,blues....
Usually when someone's brazen enough to go from one style to another on the same lp, the results are embarrassing. Here it works.


What? You say you never heard of this lp set/

How come Baggs isnt surprized to hear that.
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Old 04-22-2011, 06:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Just learned this long out-of-print masterpiece will finally be reissued by Made In Germany.

Origional 2 lp and Baggs gots it on vinyl!

Recorded in 5 studios (including Abbey Road), produced by Peter Hauke who founded the Krautrock label Bacillus (Nektar,message,9 Days Wonder,Dyzan), "Victor' is a concept incorporating full orchestra and covering many different styles; rock, prog,blues....
Usually when someone's brazen enough to go from one style to another on the same lp, the results are embarrassing. Here it works.


What? You say you never heard of this lp set/

How come Baggs isnt surprized to hear that.
You probably haven't heard of a third of what I listen to either or for that matter a third of many MB members who actually listen to more than one genre of music but we just don't shout about it.

Just because you have heard a prog album recorded by 3 men with tin pots on their heads whilst tripping on garden mushrooms doesn't mean that you are all of a sudden superior to everyone else.

When you come back with rare Reggae or Electronica or Folk or Jazz or Post Punk or Avant Garde albums then I will listen to you.

U were mildly amusing for a while with a peculiar turn of phrase but really. I have shat out more musical knowledge in the last week than you seem to think you posses and I KNOW that I am a elitist twat.
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Old 04-22-2011, 09:56 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Jacksie Danny:

The biggest Canadian dealer in prog/psych VINYL for the past two decades is Iranian and is known to those that matter as The Golem. Some 15 years ago someone was giving Baggs the lip in front of The Golem's stall at the Toronto record show and The Golem stood up for Baggs informing the windbag that, " Walter here has more knowledge of prog in the last joint of his little finger than you have in all your combined body parts."
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"When you come back with rare Reggae or Electronica or Folk or Jazz or Post Punk or Avant Garde albums then I will listen to you. "


Feck reggae and all your metal/postpunk.

Still Baggs do possess rare Berlin-school electronics, UK folk and avant garde lps.
But Im not gonna brag here . And I have no least intention of posting my collection and thus spoonfeeding sponges in one single go some good taste.

Anyways, since when is mere possession of rarities equivalent to the hard knocks school of an education?




Baggmaster looked through ONLY the first 10 pages of your posted collection. Some 250 entries.
Im not out to make an enemy here, but at the same time Im not about to lie -

what Im seeing here frankly is 50% artists I have no awareness of (and I dont want awareness of either, since Im pretty sure they belong to genres I abhor).
Im seeing a lot of common fodder like ACDC and ...

In the "A" section , only a mere handful of good things; Amon Duul, Ashra,BJHarvest,Daevid Allen.

(Baggs almost flipped when Baggs saw "Anacruza". Baggs thought "Now thats strange, this bloke actually knows of the Chilean 70's folkprog band?" But then I make out the band is something like Anacrucis and described as being thrash...or summat equally ludicrous.)

As to your being an elitist,you'd do better to re-evaluate your self.
The word does more than imply "a choice part of".

AcDC and Aerosmith are not a choice part of anything...really.
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Your routine is getting tiresome.
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By the way - would be interested in seeing your film collection.

Myself I dont really have one.
But Baggman do have a list of some 20 (obscure?) horror films that Ive always wondered about.

Okay, maybe I will brag.
The rarest lp in my collection:




What makes this one so valuable is that the band was a late 60s South American beat-psych deal which (during rehearsals for the 2nd release) fortuitously caught the tail-end of a Time Bandit dwarf-manufactured blackhole through the center of the earth connecting Chile (or was it Peru?) to PRESENT TIMES New Zealand.

Arriving in New Zealand they pretended to be Maori nationality and released this their second lp WHICH THEY THEN BLACKHOLE/TIME-TRAVELLED BACK TO CHILE/PERU and sold in the 1968 shops there.

Origional copies are easily spotted from the counterfeits since it is very difficult to duplicate the sleeve "foxing" caused by blackhole transference.
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Your most recent post has been merged with your last. Please cease double posting.
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what Im seeing here frankly is 50% artists I have no awareness of (and I dont want awareness of either, since Im pretty sure they belong to genres I abhor).
This statement completely destroys any credibility you think you have as someone anyone without their head stuck up their own ass should take seriously.
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This statement completely destroys any credibility you think you have as someone anyone without their head stuck up their own ass should take seriously.
Sentence structure exhibited above is somehow giving Baggs a headache.Is there backwards masking hidden there somehow? Or is it just bad grammar.

Anyways, you all DO realize that your derailing my thread?
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Sentence structure exhibited above is somehow giving Baggs a headache.Is there backwards masking hidden there somehow? Or is it just bad grammar.

Anyways, you all DO realize that your derailing my thread?
I see a few grammatical errors with your own statement as well...
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Sentence structure exhibited above is somehow giving Baggs a headache.Is there backwards masking hidden there somehow? Or is it just bad grammar.

Anyways, you all DO realize that your derailing my thread?
Your threads will stay on topic once you start a legitimate discussion. There's nothing to discuss when it's just a dumping ground for stuff you like.
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