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    What music are you listening to? Part III

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    Post by Akuul on Wed May 30, 2012 4:06 am

    Group of 60's garage rock which began his musical career Suzi Quatro..
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    ..perhaps this is the first musical recording The Pleasure Seekers.

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    Post by Akuul on Wed May 30, 2012 7:55 am

    Garage 60s from New Zealand
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    Post by Thomas on Wed May 30, 2012 12:29 pm

    You dig up the coolest songs, Akuul. Lots of good music came from 'down under' in that era... The Easybeats, for example. Good stuff!

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    Post by Akuul on Wed May 30, 2012 9:50 pm

    @Thomas wrote:You dig up the coolest songs, Akuul. Lots of good music came from 'down under' in that era... The Easybeats, for example. Good stuff!
    I try to search .. Thanks to some websites have found a lot .. Among the many groups and was The Easybeats. Actually was surprised when I found a good groups from Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and other countries.
    Groups from Australia..
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    and the more I listen to music 60's the more it seems that rock music has stopped development around mid 70s .. By 1975 (so it seems) everything had been invented and the musicians began to repeat the ideas of previous years..
    For example - this song 60s could sound as a post-punk in the late '70s
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    Post by Thomas on Thu May 31, 2012 1:18 am

    In the rock spectre, pretty much all ideas had been used - 1975/76 definitely was a crossroad. Punk, basically, was just an update of old school rock and roll, and the heavy metal movement probably was the only thing close to a "re-invention" (though it's just hard rock/prog rock (for some)/glam rock all over again. Some heavies also had blues influences.

    Electronic music is something else though. That's a genre that's worth exploring, at least from the 70's through the early eighties. Krautrock is a genre worth checking out; real interesting original stuff there. Nevermind it's German, it's just terrific most of the time.

    The only modern groups I like are Muse and Opeth. Both, however, recycle pretty much everything from over the years; hard rock, prog rock, symphonic rock, electronic music and jazzy influences... But it's still a great listen, in my opinion. But rock as it is is a pretty tedious genre. There's tons and tons of material, bands as a whole, that remind way too much of each other.


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    Post by Akuul on Thu May 31, 2012 4:51 am

    Thomas

    Your words are true. I thought about same. So I do not listen to music tracks created in 1977 and later. Of course there are exceptions.. Some albums separate groups .. but I suspect that sooner or later find analogues for these exceptions.
    So in due time came as a surprise to me - Arthur Brown ..
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    ..and it was appeared earlier than Alice Cooper's stage image.
    But there was still Screaming Lord Sutch .. and before that Screamin' Jay Hawkins..

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    Post by Thomas on Thu May 31, 2012 4:55 am

    Exactly. And before Screamin' Jay Hawkins there probably was somebody else. His stage presence was very reminiscent of the character Baron Samedi, appearing in New Orleans lore hundreds of years back. Everything came from something. I still think Arthur Brown is great. He sang on the first Alan Parsons Project album, doing a great job, and narrated the Pretty Things' SF Sorrow in its original run as well as in the 1998 remake. Plus, his drummer in his early days was none other than Carl Palmer of ELP fame. Quality psych/prog all the way through.

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    Post by Akuul on Thu May 31, 2012 8:34 am

    @Thomas wrote:..I still think Arthur Brown is great. He sang on the first Alan Parsons Project album, doing a great job, and narrated the Pretty Things' SF Sorrow in its original run as well as in the 1998 remake..
    Album "S.F. Sorrow" I have not heard. Today found a few fragments on the Internet .. liked it
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    But it started very differently ..
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    The talented group has been.

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    Post by Thomas on Thu May 31, 2012 11:44 am

    Yeah, Pretty Things had pretty much the same fate as many blues/rock outfits from the early sixties. They had to jump some kind of trend to get on. When they perform these days, they mix it all up, and it's a great thing. Back then it must've been a brave move, 'cause by the time S.F. Sorrow came out, rootsy blues was flourishing once more (Fleetwood Mac). One of my favorite Stones albums is "Their Satanic Majesties Request" which is far, far away from the "Little Red Rooster"-era or the more socially-minded underrated Aftermath/Between the Buttons period. The stones rejoiced and went back to the same old same, which was all right, but I say that the group hasn't had anything special out since Let It Bleed or Sticky Fingers.

    Unlikely fates is something I see in many of my favorite artists. Ever heard any of Bowie's garage rock from the mid-sixties? Excellent stuff there.



    I'm a huge fan of 1966-69 Bowie, despite its obscurity and almost non-existent popularity. So much wackiness, great psych/folky/sort-of Syd Barrett kind of... Well, everything. It's just excellent and worth checking out - hasn't a thing to do with his seventies output (which again was very, very varied and just great as well, in my opinion).

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    Post by Akuul on Mon Jun 04, 2012 3:42 am

    Bowie music is familiar to me since his first album. The fact that he has been recording music of an earlier period (1965 - 1966), I did not know .. Thank you. I liked it
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    By the way - find the album Pretty Things' "SF Sorry" and an album of Arthur Brown "The Crazy World of Arthur Brown". Cool music ..
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    Few so-called Soviet rock .. may be it will be interesting ..
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    group "Falcon" - "Where is the edge"
    (first performance in public dated to 1965)


    group "Tin Soldiers" - "Old cross" 1972

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    rock'n'roll parody by "The Tin Soldier" in a popular cartoon .. 1976

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    But it seems to me that the most interesting rock bands 60's were in the Baltic countries .. If interested I can find the links ..


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    Post by Thomas on Mon Jun 04, 2012 3:50 am

    Haha, feel free to post those Baltic bands. I'd no idea music like that could even be published over that at that time.

    Italian prog rock is something else though, real orchestrated, lyrically more complicated etc. etc... Seems to be that countries with longstanding culture, such as Italy, France, Spain etc... (maybe even Germany) have a better ability to produce something real epic, abstract. That's what the US/Australia/(even Scandinavia) etc. just can't top.

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    @Thomas wrote:Haha, feel free to post those Baltic bands. I'd no idea music like that could even be published over that at that time..
    Well try to choose .. and publish in the late afternoon .. Although there is hardly anything original.
    I try to choose .. and publish in the late afternoon. Although there is hardly something completely original. Rock the Soviet Union was largely secondary. However, many musicians pay more attention to the texts
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    to begin with simple little song from the 70s

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    @Thomas wrote:Italian prog rock is something else though, real orchestrated, lyrically more complicated etc. etc... Seems to be that countries with longstanding culture, such as Italy, France, Spain etc...
    I suspect that soon I'll start listening to this direction of rock music ..

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    @Thomas wrote:Haha, feel free to post those Baltic bands. I'd no idea music like that could even be published over that at that time.
    Ruja - "Ttarlaps kloaagis" (1972)

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    Ornament - "Rahatuvi" (1972-1976)
    In this group, the began leader "Magnetic Band" Gunnar Graps (vocal, drums)

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    Ansambel Meie - "Unelmad ja tegelikkus" (1972 - 1975)

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    Psycho - "Brontosaurus dream" (1976)

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    Suuk - "Nuhtlemine" (1976)

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    Gunnar Graps & Magnetic Band - "Odsseuse eksirnnakud" (1979 - 80)

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    That kind of music .. Now these records, I do not cause excitement .. But at that time was a revelation. One of the Estonian groups and at all recall the words of gratitude. "Magnetic Band," they were lucky to release a full album in 1982. This CD introduced me to reggae .. In general, the group was diverse .. was hard rock, jazz-rock was .. later played heavy metal..
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    There is another group of former Estonian SSR 60s - 70s.. Continue? Very Happy
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    Well, in fairness we must recall .. rock-group "Autograph" (USSR) - "Ireland. Ulster"

    Detail of performance at the festival "Spring Rhythms. Tbilisi-80"
    When I heard this song (1983 year) the first time felt a light shock ..
    I was just listening to The Beatles, The Rolling Stones + Spaсe and Kraftwerk..
    And I can say that "Autograph" prepared me for the hard-rock and art rock..
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    The most original in Russia in those years was Alexander Gradskij

    This is the song "I - Goya" .. Video 1985 .. but the song was recorded before .. Seems (1979 - 1980).
    Alexander Gradskij started a rock band in 60s then began a solo kareru ..
    With his participation recorded a rock opera "Stadium" and "Life Itself". "Life itself" based on verses Paul Eluard
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    Alexander Gradsky - "the Song Fool (Clown)" (1978)

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    But the first rock concert I saw was in the performance of "The Time Machine"

    This entry was posted in 1981. After winning the festival "Spring Rhythms. Tbilisi-80". Group "The Time Machine" gave a little freedom, and they were able to arrange a tour of the rock across the country.
    Performed in the same town where I lived .. 1981 ..
    I then listening to Boney M, Abba .. Аnd here on the stage smoke, the light color effects, roсknroll. Besides, I was thinking that Russian musicians do not play modern music.
    So familiarity with the rock for me took place in three stages. First, "Time Machine" and then "Autograph" and Gradsky, followed by Estonian musicians

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    @Akuul wrote:

    Good find, Akuul. That one got a lot of airplay on John Peel's radio show at the time, as did this one:

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    Post by ronwolf1705 on Tue Jun 05, 2012 6:04 am

    Ever heard any of Bowie's garage rock from the mid-sixties?

    I need to look that up! I love, love, love Bowie's 70's output (Low has become one of my favorite albums ever), but somehow never heard his earlier output before.

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    Post by Thomas on Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:44 am

    Haha, good luck Ron, but it has nothing at all to do with Low. If I can sum up for you what his albums are like:

    1967 - David Bowie: Psychedelic/novelty pop, with a touch of folk, rock and roll and whimsical, alternative lyrics. This came out in the days of Sgt. Pepper, and includes a song about infanticide, "mass abortion", I mean, those words are actually SUNG... What?!

    1969 - David Bowie (also titled "Space Oddity"): Folky, more singer-songwriter, includes a Dylan pastiche and a requiem to the whole 'generation' ("Memory of a Free Festival", great track).

    1970 - The Man Who Sold the World: Hard rock, heavy metal edges a la 1970 (Sabbath, Uriah Heep etc.) --- includes the title track, covered by some douche band called Nirvana ;-] - great songs, very dark and brooding most of the time. Deals with either insanity, Nietzsche philosophies or war/dystopian themes. Good stuff all the way.

    1971 - Hunky Dory: More breezy folk, with symphonic edges, more refined. LIFE ON MARS is on here, as is "Andy Warhol", a raunchy folky number --- ends with the fantastic "The Bewlay Brothers" which is more reminiscent of his previous albums.

    1972 - Ziggy Stardust: Glam rock/hard rock - very good.

    1973 - Aladdin Sane: Like Ziggy, but more rough in the edges and even includes a cabaret song ("Time").

    1974 - Diamond Dogs: Androgyny-glam at its best, rooted in the 1984 book (one of my personal favorites). Great songs, but not as good as his other output from the era IMO.

    1975 - Young Americans: "Psychedelic Sexfunk from Heaven"... ;-) Fast-paced, slightly psychedelic (lots of wah-wah) - includes a young Luther Vandross as co-writer and vocal arranger. Psychedelic soul/R&B to keep it short.

    1976 - Station to Station: Krautrock, that is, "normal" rock music fused with steamy guitars, dark saxophones and a lyrical imagery of its own. Includes Bruce Springsteen's Roy Bittan on piano (he also appears on "Ashes to Ashes" four years after this), which dominates one of the album's six songs ("Word on a Wing") - making that song very Springsteen-like musically, but lyrically and vocally it's all Bowie.

    There's plenty to start with, Ron. Go at it! alien

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    Post by Akuul on Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:56 am

    @Schabbs wrote:Good find, Akuul..
    The main thing to find even be a little hint .. I have found .. with many tips on one site .. It is now much easier to find music on interisuet topic ..
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    The Rats (1963, USA)

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    The Masters Apprentices (1966, Australian)

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    The Loved Ones (1967, Australian)

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    The last clip reminded me of the style of some of the ballads of Nick Cave.. Laughing

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    Post by Thomas on Tue Jun 05, 2012 11:21 am

    Good stuff as always, Akuul. For the more "conventional" obscure stuff, have you ever heard of THE MOVE (1966-72)? This group later 'became' Electric Light Orchestra, a pop/rock/prog/symphonic group that ruled the seventies charts.

    They started off, 5 men, with wonderful psych:



    Progressed into a hard rocking, progressive psychedelic combo:



    As well as maintaining a softer, gentle side:



    After that, Jeff Lynne joined, and it (interestingly) became a proto-metal four piece:





    Then they became a trio, and released the masterpiece MESSAGE FROM THE COUNTRY. To me, this is the lost Beatles album, as well as the best ELO album. scared lol!







    Truly one of the greatest 'lost' bands that nearly made it (their early psychedelic work did chart very high, and they had a number one, but this was 1967-1969 - after that, things fell apart - sadly. I would give an arm and a leg to see this group get together again. It would practically be ELO though... But it would really be good. All members are alive and well, Roy Wood's doing a cheesy rock and roll thing ('cause he later became a glam rock 'icon'), Jeff Lynne's hiding away for some strange reason, and the drummer, Bev Bevan, is touring with bogus bands, both ELO and Move ripoffs. Wouldn't that be sweet...

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    Re: What music are you listening to? Part III

    Post by ronwolf1705 on Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:46 am

    @Thomas wrote:1970 - The Man Who Sold the World

    1971 - Hunky Dory

    1972 - Ziggy Stardust

    1975 - Young Americans

    1976 - Station to Station

    There's plenty to start with, Ron. Go at it! alien

    Those I have all listened to and loved. Hunky Dory has some of my favorite Bowie songs like Life on Mars, Andy Warhol and Changes. Ziggy Stardust is great, glam rock at it's finest.

    Psychedelic soul/R&B to keep it short.

    Plastic soul is the term I often hear. Quite apt as well. Smile But my favorite Bowie era is definitely Station to Station - Scary Monsters. He never quite peaked again like that after those albums. Brian Eno probably played a big part in that as well.




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    Re: What music are you listening to? Part III

    Post by Thomas on Wed Jun 06, 2012 2:22 am

    I like some of his eighties cheese, but I haven't gotten that much into it. I only own his 1967-1980 output on CD, and of course his garage band/mod days 1964-66. "The Platinum Collection" includes the odd hit from 1983-87 as well... But I have to say, it all stopped at 'Scary Monsters'. Definitely. I wonder what the hell he's up to these days.

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    Re: What music are you listening to? Part III

    Post by Akuul on Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:42 am

    @Thomas wrote:Good stuff as always, Akuul. For the more "conventional" obscure stuff, have you ever heard of THE MOVE (1966-72)?
    No. Liked the music in the first clip (the second does not open) .. as well as the same music from the album "Message from the Tsountry." ELO-group so well as David Bowie were familiar with the official album .. This is true of many other rock musicians. The fact that Alice Cooper started in a garage rock band because I did not know. But the song "Tonight" I think heard somewhere .. Perhaps the audio tapes in the collections. And maybe this song on the EP released in the USSR. On some there was no name group. It was just a label - Vocal Instrumental Ensemble. Under such a "name" in the period from 1973 to 1976 were published records the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, Creedence, and Deep Purple, Sweet and Middle of the Road and many other "superstars"..
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    If you are interested in here .. Beatles discography in USSR Text in English and Russian .. The links you can see photos of envelopes for the records ..
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    For example

    Song: With A Little Help From My Friends, Penny Lane, When I'm Sixty Four, Lovely Rita
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    So I think that the song is "The Move" could also be published in this way..
    In any case, "Tonight," a good melody
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    A little more garage rock ..

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    .. and a great song by Nina Simone

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    Re: What music are you listening to? Part III

    Post by lilmanjs on Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:08 pm

    The Bawdies - Little Girl. kinda a mix of modern rock sounds with sounds of the british invasion of the 60s.





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