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PostPosted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 3:15 pm 
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Just to prolong the agony someone has added "La Joie" to the TD Jukebox. Sounds amazing blasting out of the ol' I Mac speakers.


It's good to see the tracks changing (especially as I can't preview any tracks in the downloads section). One of my gripes from the old forum was the time taken to change the jukebox selections.

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Just to prolong the agony someone has added "La Joie" to the TD Jukebox. Sounds amazing blasting out of the ol' I Mac speakers.



That really is a hell of a good track 8) :arrow: got it on my space :D

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A powerful and evocative piece of music. Wish they'd included it at the Tempodrome.


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That really is a hell of a good track 8) :arrow: got it on my space :D


So do I every now and then.
It's rapidly becoming one of my all-time favourite TD pieces.
Mr Q at his finest. :D


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you know, j d'arc is an under rated piece i feel, i overlook this album, stupid really because its wonderful, very tangerine dream in its scope and surprising semi mellowness - thats a good thing as the music is both meditative and upbeat at the same time.

the album ushered in the TD renewal

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J o A was (and still is ) one of the best CDs to come out in the past 10 years , a new classic.


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It is an unforgettable masterpiece.... proof that classic TD didn't end in 1987 (Optical Race was also proof of that). I would never overlook this one. The music is very deep 8)

The music is the dream.

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JDA is easily one of my most played TD albums.........i feel this was another kick in the goolies for the Grizzlies who said they were finished,very very good listening :D 8)

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I would like the dancing grizzlies to produce quality like Jeanne D'Arc or to produce 40 years of music and magick.......if they did I would leave the planet earth, as they dont and cant, unfortunately you have the BM.

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Jeanne d'Arc, a bigger plug ;)

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Nice young filly Andy :wink: :lol:

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Wonder if her name's Joan !


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Nice try lads. Falling on deaf ears I suspect. Anyway, over at Eastgate they'll be up to their eyeballs in neatly packed DVDs all marked Luftpost, and, ready for the postman on Good Friday , (we hope).


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WHat DVDs from eastgate ?


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WHat DVDs from eastgate ?



Madcaps me thinks :arrow:

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