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PostPosted: Mon Jul 30, 2007 10:50 pm 
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BM is listening to this track as he types

titanic guitar, locked down metronomic sequencer, etheral soundscapes, dynamic and potent 70's tangmusic, fabulous directness, cinematic and evocative, dated yet timeless....one hell of a fantastic track, awesome in its beautiful never repeated be bopness, y'know, if the trees did not exist, then this studio/live lash up would stand as a colossus amongst all TD music....because it has a reason to exist : dreamlike and serenely beautiful...i love it to death



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I think that this tracks as one of the best climaxes on any TD track

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Coldwater Canyon is very naturous, so cutting, vigorous and soulful.... the peak of 70's TD....

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Brilliant track which could go on forever and never get boring. I may even give it a spin before bed.. 8)


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Fantastic track,but Monolight still my favorite on the album 8)

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can't put into words how wonderful CC is. well done to those who can/have.

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Remarkable track, remember listening to this around the early eighties and blew me away on the first listen.

Encore as a whole is an absolute classic.


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CC is as then, an oddity that does not sit, in my opine, that well, with the rest of the awesome encore.cos its progressive EM....ie, someone decided to fire a total curveball at us, when i first heard thetrack....i, instantly, was hooked on its tick tock locked down pulse....and the guitar...unlike a heap of 77 edgar, is restrained yet beautifully targeted.....it could've made an entire album...it pulses with dynamic tangerinedreaminess.....


i will not apologise for the above sickening sycophancy as i felt the same in 1977....


bm is a tangmusic afficiando and as such will continue to believe

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bigmoog wrote:
CC is as then, an oddity that does not sit, in my opine, that well, with the rest of the awesome encore.cos its progressive EM....ie, someone decided to fire a total curveball at us, when i first heard thetrack....i, instantly, was hooked on its tick tock locked down pulse....and the guitar...unlike a heap of 77 edgar, is restrained yet beautifully targeted.....it could've made an entire album...it pulses with dynamic tangerinedreaminess.....


i will not apologise for the above sickening sycophancy as i felt the same in 1977....


bm is a tangmusic afficiando and as such will continue to believe


not forgetting Peter Baumann on Vocoder...oops sorry I've said that before (roughly 3 years ago)...24db leaves all forums :arrow:

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CC is Hendrixian!

Vocoder? That sounds more like a talk box, which is a "guitar-vocoder", and makes the guitar "talk". :?:


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vocoder, bolls



lyricon is where its at, infidels :arrow:

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Pertou wrote:
CC is Hendrixian!

Vocoder? That sounds more like a talk box, which is a "guitar-vocoder", and makes the guitar "talk". :?:



hendrixian is now trademarked :D :wink:

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Pertou wrote:
CC is Hendrixian!

Vocoder? That sounds more like a talk box, which is a "guitar-vocoder", and makes the guitar "talk". :?:


Nah...it's a Vocoder

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vocoder, bolls



lyricon is where its at, infidels :arrow:

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that's a blast from the last...you'll be saying the M word next....leaves forum

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M?


TALK ABOUT pop music....pop music




leaves forum for 3 minutes




detroit 77 8) ,,,,,,,,,montreal 77




encore



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who are you oh oh....who are yoo....oh oohhhhhh....i hate the who...boring farts

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