April 23, 2012 at 12:11 pm #88011fluffyfreakParticipantCody wrote:fluffyfreak wrote:Run!
Damn Cody, you win at forums! 😆April 23, 2012 at 12:36 pm #88012fluffyfreak wrote:Damn Cody, you win at forums!
Even though I don’t play Pioneer, I do follow the threads (yours included).April 23, 2012 at 2:25 pm #88013
Quick Gernot! Man the turrets, Cody, put the pedal to the metal! We'll soon shake off those pesky hijackersApril 23, 2012 at 3:07 pm #88014Geraldine wrote:Cody, put the pedal to the metal! We’ll soon shake off those pesky hijackers!
Aye aye, ma’am! Full power to main thrusters! Nav, lay-in a course for Riedquat! Interstellar Overdrive in ten!April 23, 2012 at 3:24 pm #88015Geraldine wrote:Cody, put the pedal to the metal! We’ll soon shake off those pesky hijackers!
Aye aye, ma’am! Full power to main thrusters! Nav, lay-in a course for Riedquat! Interstellar Overdrive in ten!
Double check those witch space exit readouts! I dont want a repeat of the last incidentApril 23, 2012 at 10:59 pm #88016SkodynParticipant
I used to listen to this in bed with my headphones, close my eyes and fall asleep 😎April 24, 2012 at 7:18 am #88017SubzeroplainzeroParticipant
I sometimes play the bladerunner ost when having a fly around in Pioneer. Blade Runner Blues in particular gives a really lonely feeling that I feel fits the emptiness of space quite well 🙂April 24, 2012 at 9:31 am #88018
😮 oh, it’s forbidden to hear in switzerland “the ace of spades” 😆
sometimes it really surprises me, no, it makes me wonder…
in two or three occasions i was also notified by youtube that my clip contains material which is probably copyright protected.
1st. i would like to know where? (i’m only curios) and probably is anyway a bit loose defined.
“tangerine dream”, i nearly forgot they existed,
yes, even on the continent you find few rock musicians 🙄April 25, 2012 at 9:04 am #88019SkodynParticipantpotsmoke66 wrote:@skodyn
“tangerine dream”, i nearly forgot they existed,
I nearly forgot myself, just saw the album on youtube, I used to listen to them all the time when I lived near Celle in the late 70’s, and another good one at the time was Vangelis (my favourite being Albedo 0.39).April 25, 2012 at 9:19 am #88020
Tangerine Dream were (are) very cool!April 25, 2012 at 7:07 pm #88021April 26, 2012 at 2:20 pm #88022April 26, 2012 at 4:12 pm #88023
thanks, friends for all the beautiful music, yeah it’s good to share music
“…they can’t take away our music, no they can’t…”
thanks even for the “mac” geraldine, it will take me sometime to get warm with fleetwood mac without peter green… a prejudice of mine you can say.
but you can help me 😉
with LZ, you never fail, they are “the past masters”, blues in it’s “prehistoric” (pre to recorded voice) style played in the manner of the 70’s. lot of weird psychedelic attitude but in the end, simple blues, simply great, to me. it might not please the ear of trained musicians, but it pleases mine, again and again and again…
can’t stop loving rock&roll, it’s like a drug and even a burdon (with and without eric 😆 ) it’s sometimes NOT FUNNY if you have to dance, you might not like to, but have to, every bone starts to shiver and move, it can be a burdon, really.
i guess some people see me in the train or on the street must think i’m crazy, steady whipping to the music, almost dancing, sometimes really dancing in train stations or wherever i am. but hey, perhaps i’m only listening to “Bill Haley” or “Jelly Roll Morton” which can be surprising to listen to, especially in a tram in zurich (or any city) and suddenly when they play “Mr. Jelly Lord”, the tram start’s to get very slow just right for the slow sluggish beat of the tune. coincidence right, but what a cool coincidence.
vangelis, yes i left aside to, perhaps even prejudice, i have a problem, the problem is everything that’s (was) mainstream repelles me. countless artists i misunderstood their music because of the hype, vangelis is one of them i guess, everybodys back when i was a little younger hailed vangelis, of course i had to say “nah, i don’t like it”.
besides, this was my teddy times (17) and i was not “allowed” to listen to something else rather the finest and rarest rockabilly and rock&roll (elvis i never liked back then, as comparison. while today i love to copy his moves even to modern music, it works).
remnants from these days are still inside me and a love of mine was “Restless” a british rockabilly trio, like the stray cats, but i said no mainstream please :D, and even yet like the stray cats, different, far cooler, jazzier (if something like that exists), minimal rockabilly one could say.
it seems, after checking a few others, like the album this song is from is the best they ever made, style is perfect imo.
this one goes to “noflag tom” and has of course guided me from on childhood, even when i perhaps wasn’t listening or didn’t knew the band well, but they was on air everyday, they was present in every jukebox (A1 on the jukebox?, a different member, yes)
really i don’t believe in magic, but it seems i have a special affinity to machines.
like george in yellow submarine when the tiny tiny motor was shown to him and he said “that’s the motor? let me porouse it” he burned his finger and the motor was broken totally 😆
last weekend i was out in a pub, on the way home i had to get me a ticket from the machine, that thing seemed to be broken and plotted randomly destinations on the screen, broke down and showed off the next destination or whatever service this machine offers, e.g. prepaid value cards.
i already heard one in the background “no chance man, it’s broken”, but i kept on tapping on the touchscreen… and suddenly the proper destination and all settings was entered, randomly you can say (destination, class, date) my words: “oh yeah, give it to me baby!”, i only had to hit OK, the screen was still flickering heavy, but it worked, i had a ticket.April 26, 2012 at 4:29 pm #88024potsmoke66 wrote:it will take me sometime to get warm with fleetwood mac without peter green
The magical Peter Green… a man of the world!April 26, 2012 at 5:21 pm #88025
geraldine, skodyn, cody, who ever, what have we done wrong?
why we still stuck in this dilemma?
hasn’t it been told often enough?
not loud enough?
is there something we can do?
something we forgot?
something we can’t see?
“look there are blue meanies arriving in the vacinity of this theatre”
“what can we do?”
“i know something we can do – singing”
“a one, a two, a three…”
well, perhaps we only have to kick on the crickles that old man wears, maybe he starts to walk again then…
it’s still good to shock people, here i am, look at me, the living dead (rock&roll), any problems with that? (yes, we have a problem with that, we can’t do like you do. not my problem…)
mr. rock&roll loved it to hang out with the punks. ha, they respected and understood me well, some quite bright people i contacted back then.
i guess more intelligent people rather i ever met in switzerland, many spent nights with discussions about “ceasars beard” and drinking vast amounts of (stolen) beer.
“look here he comes, mr. rock&roll”, (the long haired version) i had to smile, doing a little dance and everybody was feelin’ right.
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