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 Post subject: Phaedra review
PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2007 10:08 pm 
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rather nice review of Phaedra:

http://www.sputnikmusic.com/album.php?reviewid=11184

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..'Phaedra falls on that line between genius and insanity.....'




I agree.

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bigmoog wrote:
..'Phaedra falls on that line between genius and insanity.....'




I agree.


isn't all music, as it's produced by humanbeings who exist between the two 'extremes'?

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i agree


but Phaedra is outside the norm

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bigmoog wrote:
i agree


but Phaedra is outside the norm


obviously...inside Norm it would be too muffled and he would complain ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Phaedra review
PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2007 12:08 am 
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24db wrote:


This review reminds me of many reviews of cars or audio equipment (and some of my posts!)

Just cut the cr@p and LISTEN to the bloody thing!

I do, often.

Genius borne of accident. I LOVE it!!!!!!!


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hmmm, it was not too bad. :lol:


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hansx wrote:
hmmm, it was not too bad. :lol:


compared with some it's brilliant :)


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Genius is an overused term in the music industry, thrown about left right and center. Phaedra however is one of those rare cases where the term is merited.



:D :D :arrow:

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Along with a certain solo effort that came a little while later with leafy green ferns on the cover :lol: 8) :arrow:


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DSJR wrote:
Along with a certain solo effort that came a little while later with leafy green ferns on the cover :lol: 8) :arrow:


I get your drift Dave and obviously agree :wink:

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epsilon75 wrote:
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Along with a certain solo effort that came a little while later with leafy green ferns on the cover :lol: 8) :arrow:


I get your drift Dave and obviously agree :wink:

Is it sacrilege to say that I actually prefer the green ferny one?


Yep, thought so, I'll get my coat.


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Chris Monk wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
DSJR wrote:
Along with a certain solo effort that came a little while later with leafy green ferns on the cover :lol: 8) :arrow:


I get your drift Dave and obviously agree :wink:

Is it sacrilege to say that I actually prefer the green ferny one?


Yep, thought so, I'll get my coat.


Not in my book Chris :wink:

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epsilon75 wrote:
Chris Monk wrote:
epsilon75 wrote:
DSJR wrote:
Along with a certain solo effort that came a little while later with leafy green ferns on the cover :lol: 8) :arrow:


I get your drift Dave and obviously agree :wink:

Is it sacrilege to say that I actually prefer the green ferny one?


Yep, thought so, I'll get my coat.


Not in my book Chris :wink:


Nor mine ! - and im a new listener to EMIP - classic EM. 8)


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