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Supine In The Sunshine

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    1. joker1961
      so you like Floyd a bit lol....
    2. Musikwala
      Somehow I'm not a big fan of Come In Number 51.. or whatever. It sounds practically identical to Eugene, though a bit slower. Actually to tell you the truth, I'm not a huge fan of Eugene in the first place. It is alright. I don't hate it. But I don't get what's the big deal in Waters' blood-curdling scream. lol.
    3. Musikwala
      Listened to disc 2 yesterday on my way home. Started listening to track 1 and then very soon got bored of Garcia and skipped ahead to track 5 to listen to the Floyd outtakes. :heheh:
    4. Musikwala
      Yeah I vaguely remember liking some of those songs like It's Deafinitely and Cry From The Street.

      Listened to half of ZP disc 1 again this morning during my work commute. :D Right now I like Heart Beat Pig Meat, Brother Mary, the Dark Star excerpt, Crumbling Land (I have warmed up to it a bit) and Tennessee Waltz (I really like that one!). Still don't care too much for Jerry Garcia's 7 minute noodling.. Love Scene or whatever. I'm curious especially to listen to disc 2 right now. Is the Violent Sequence on there?? I couldn't see it in the tracklisting.
    5. electric funeral
      electric funeral
      Thanks for the album comment. Yeah Dio and Sab were a match made in heaven :D.
    6. Musikwala
      I don't remember his debut album very well. I used to have that CD and listened to it like 10 or 15 years back. Will have to check it out again. I listened to ZP once all the way through. Certainly interesting, not bad in any way but I need to warm up to some of these songs like Crumbling Land. I liked Heart Beat Pig Meat and the first few numbers almost immediately but maybe I'll share my thoughts again after a few more listens to the rest. Still haven't checked out the previously unreleased outtakes on disc 2.
    7. Musikwala
      Gilmour's 'On An Island' from 2006 or so is quite good!
    8. architect
      To be honest I've never really fully listened to it. I breezed through it a couple months ago and I remember it being Floydy sounding but not quite there. You can definitely tell it's Rick though.
      But I agree with you that David's first solo album is the best one.
    9. LG
      Was Rick Wright's solo album very good Architect? We were talking about Gilmour's first one being the best of the solo albums PF released in the Floyd thread, I've never listened to Rick's so don't know what to say.
    10. Chevelle
      As I mentioned, Electric Savage is pretty intense at times. If I remember the liner notes correctly, the band came off tour and went right into the studio and recorded the album live.
      I checked my list and Scope was actually from the Netherlands, not Holland. Both LPs were recorded in 1974 and I had rated both as 5/5. They are pretty straight forward J/R/F with good guitar, keyboards, bass and a little sax and flute.
      Based on bands you've mentioned, I think you'll like these LPs.
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