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Saturday, September 12, 2020

♫♫ Tungsten Blues ♫♫ by The Third Ending... and ♫♫ Don't Hate Me ♫♫ by Steven Wilson

 

 I heard this song by T3E on my Pandora play list while I was working on the mower. I have never heard of them but the caught my ear.

 

The Third Ending.... <<LINK  

  

 


  Also on that play list is Steven Wilson from "Porcupine Tree" fame.  

This song has a great saxophone jam ... 


  





5 comments:

  1. WELL worth grabbing my QC-15's and listening in full fidelity, Irish. Thanks.

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  2. As an old sax player, I had to find out who played the sax and flute parts on this song. I thought it was Dick Parry of Pink Floyd fame. It sounded very similar, especially the melodic sax tones. But it is Theo Travis, a 53 year old highly regarded musician from England. This song sounded familiar to me, from the beginning right until the ending. But I cannot place it, so it must just be the composing of it is reminiscent of some other song that has a similar feel. No matter, it is one more song that I loved,and won't forget. Thanks, Irish.

    pigpen51

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    1. Pigpen. You might recognize it as the porcupine tree song from 1999.

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stupid_Dream

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    2. It is just a very haunting song, that once you hear it, you never will forget it. I have never been involved with the engineering of an album, whoever mixed this song knew their stuff. Great sound, and of course, fantastic musicians and singers. Thanks for the link, also.

      pigpen51

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  3. Steve Wilson is amazing and if you have the chance to see him live - see him live.

    The last couple of Steve Wilson "solo" albums have been astounding and as a production guy, has also done some phenomenal work - remastered/re-mixed a lot of albums for people including King Crimson's In the Court of the Crimson King, Jethro Tull's Aqualung and Yes' Close to the Edge.

    If you need something to listen to or watch - live concert in LA from 2015's Hand. Cannot. Erase tour. Dave Killminster on guitar kills it too.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLfhlwGVV1c

    His "Home Invasion Live at the Royal Albert Hall" CD/DVD is definitely worth the $, and if you like his duos with Ninet Tayeb - she shows up for several bits, including the powerful song, "Pariah"

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