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On 3/25/2022 at 4:58 PM, DrW said:

Starting in the 1970s, German public TV would present a few times a year a live "Rockpalast" concert. Among the hundreds of groups which appeared on Rockpalast were the Grateful Dead, the Who, the Talking Heads, U2, ...  Here is the 1977 concert of a very unique band...

 

 

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1 hour ago, FergusontoButler said:

Talked to a few people who said Borderland in East Aurora was great yesterday. Franti and Portugal the Man had a lot of energy. I have never seen Franti live but looked up some shows and they look like a good time.  

 

Up today - Infamous Stringdusters + the Flaming Lips

 

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Looks fantastic.  Good reason to come to Western NY next fall.

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On 5/1/2022 at 3:25 PM, KHAN said:

My Pink Floyd Tribute at State College, Pa in 2000. Sheese 22 yrs ago. I'm on guitar.

 

 

Lets Go Buffalo 🙂  always good to read/hear/watch  you mate. #passionprojects. Do you have any more youtubes besides the Hitler one? Which is a Classic.:-)

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Another emphatic "yes" to Zappa's question "Does humor belong in music?". 

In 1981, an album called "Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports" was released. While Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason was a co-producer and actually played the drums, all music and lyrics were provided by Carla Bley, who is better known as a {free} jazz artist. Most vocals were by Robert Wyatt (ex-Soft Machine). In this song, they poke fun of musical "minimalists" (Satie, Cage, Glass) by addressing them "mineralists".

 

 

My personal favorite: a spoof on alien encounters...

 

 

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36 minutes ago, DrW said:

Another emphatic "yes" to Zappa's question "Does humor belong in music?". 

In 1981, an album called "Nick Mason's Fictitious Sports" was released. While Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason was a co-producer and actually played the drums, all music and lyrics were provided by Carla Bley, who is better known as a {free} jazz artist. Most vocals were by Robert Wyatt (ex-Soft Machine). In this song, they poke fun of musical "minimalists" (Satie, Cage, Glass) by addressing them "mineralists".

 

 

My personal favorite: a spoof on alien encounters...

 

 

Love the Zappa/Caravan reference here...

 

 

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On 9/14/2022 at 4:15 PM, redtail hawk said:

 

 

I missed this earlier somehow. This is fun! Im going to share it with the fam. That guy is just straight up brillian aint he? YES would be the answer

 

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Early in her career. critics complained how Gillian Welch as a Southern California girl could produce authentic Appalachian country music. But here you can judge yourself. David Rawlings' acoustic guitar is outstanding.

 

 

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