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Cheap Trick - what a great sound. I remember the first time I saw them - blew my mind with that guitar. For some reason, I always think 'Black Betty' was done by them but of course it was Ram Jam.
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Yeah they were (and still are) a great rock band.
I love that sound on "At Budokan". I think it's the Japanese audience that makes it. Those high-pitched screaming is reminiscent of The Beatles in their heyday (so I'm aware of anyway!).
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Jethro Tull are one of the few prog bands I really like.
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Jethro Tull are one of the few prog bands I really like.
They're different from a lot of the others in many ways. They are not so self-indulgent with their guitar twiddling and so on. Ian Anderson is a great showman too
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The Moody Blues are another example; sometimes I'll listen then go years without - they certainly had a varied career.
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The Moody Blues are another example; sometimes I'll listen then go years without - they certainly had a varied career.
They're still going, on and off I think. I know Justin Hayward is doing a solo tour at the moment.
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No.669: Radio KAOS by Roger Waters (1986)


Ex-Pink Floyd bassist/vocalist/songwriter/control freak with his second solo release. I don't rate it all that highly amongst the wealth of classic Pink Floyd-related material as it has dated badly. It's also a very mixed bag of subject matter based around a Los Angeles radio show and listeners such as "Billy" tuning in for chatter then the DJ linking rather confusing themes such as the miner's strike of '84, the concrete block thrown from the motorway bridge, the onset of technology, the usual end-of-the-world doom and gloom which Waters is rather 'fond' of and somebody who "doesn't like fish". A mixed bag.

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