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Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by tucsonmike on 9 June 2006 12:55am
 
I'm impressed Linz you got away with it LOL!

Cori you were playing with fire with Linz, LOL! I am glad his music can help you in your trying moments.

 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by canaveralgumby on 10 June 2006 7:18pm
 
OFF TOPIC TO HELEN (and anyone else interested):

Rick Wakeman also does all the keyborad and sound effects incl. woodwind sounds on David Bowie's "Space Oddity." Compare it to "Heart of the Sunrise" on Fragile, or all of Close to the Edge, and you can hear it - same actual keyboard equipment. Compare "Morning Has Broken" to "Catherine Howard" on RW's Six Wives of Henry VIII. I actually don't know which recording he worked on first...

"Six Wives" is in the top 10 of my desert island discs! Even if it didn't have a theme, even if it were just a collecton of instrumentals, I think it's gorgeous.
 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by Helen on 11 June 2006 2:00am
 
and this is why Cori rules.

The one disc I absolutely MUST have is Yes' Going for the One-- just for the pipe organ on Awaken. Of course you must already know that it was recorded over a phone line.

Wakeman's organ is just the best.

(titter hee hee)
 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by canaveralgumby on 12 June 2006 6:22am
 
still off topic - Hey, remember that either/or game we did? Okay, Helen, Wakeman or Emerson?

GO!
 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by Helen on 12 June 2006 1:15pm
 
WAKEMAN... (although Emerson is great...)

Bruford or, WHITE? The jazzster or the keeper of the flame? GO!
 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by canaveralgumby on 12 June 2006 5:24pm
 
Helen, I think I just had an aneurism.
 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by Helen on 12 June 2006 7:38pm
 
ooops. sorry. :)

Okay, here's an easy one: John Lodge or Chris Squire?
 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by canaveralgumby on 12 June 2006 8:03pm
 
You got me. I have not given enough thought to John Lodge as a bass player. I will do that. I can't imagine anyone comes before the Fish...

How 'bout........Chris Squire or Paul McCartney?

** And who are Cat Stevens/Yusuf Islam's bass players of note?
 
Re: Cat Stevens/Yousaf Islam his music by Helen on 13 June 2006 7:02pm
 
No contest--Squire wins over Lodge.

Now, McCartney and Squire..hmmmm...I 'd still say Squire. Is that blasphemy????
 
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