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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2008 12:12 pm 
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Since we have all the other usual threads started for the London Eye concert, might as well put this up.

As we know it has been said that tracks from Hyperborea, Tangram and Views will be played.
Along with some never before performed live tracks.

Im hoping to hear the wonderfull Sounds of a shell from Views, amongst others.

I'd also think it not a bad idea to introduce some of the EF solo tracks that were done in eindhoven or different one's from past solo releases.
Would be great to hear Drunken Mozart & Marouba Bay again.

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a 20-30 minute improvised piece in the key of [insert random choice]

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For me "No Man's Land" is an absolute must,the hankies would definitely be out....also the tital track would me most welcome :idea: I would also like to hear "Convention of the 24" from White Eagle 8) and "Burning Bar" from Thief :idea: 8)

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OH YESSSS :idea: :wink: 8)

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bigmoog wrote:
a 20-30 minute improvised piece in the key of [insert random choice]


C-minor...that way I can jam along with it :D

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24db wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
a 20-30 minute improvised piece in the key of [insert random choice]


C-minor...that way I can jam along with it :D



on which instrument?.....mobile fone key taps?

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bigmoog wrote:
24db wrote:
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a 20-30 minute improvised piece in the key of [insert random choice]


C-minor...that way I can jam along with it :D



on which instrument?.....mobile fone key taps?


Roland SH101...I always take it TD gigs...didn't you notice?

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I always take my lyricon.....


I place it just so in the trousers, to avoid security

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bigmoog wrote:
I always take my lyricon.....


I place it just so in the trousers, to avoid security


Did'nt Mr Jolliffe use one :?:

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epsilon75 wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
I always take my lyricon.....


I place it just so in the trousers, to avoid security


Did'nt Mr Jolliffe use one :?:



yes on Cyclone.....and other albums I think



http://www.obsolete.com/120_years/machi ... index.html

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bigmoog wrote:
I always take my lyricon.....


I place it just so in the trousers, to avoid security


I always thought was a crump-horn you had ;)

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24db wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
I always take my lyricon.....


I place it just so in the trousers, to avoid security


I always thought was a crump-horn you had ;)



its being polished :wink:

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24db wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
I always take my lyricon.....


I place it just so in the trousers, to avoid security


I always thought was a crump-horn you had ;)


Its just the way he stands Andy ! :lol:


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bigmoog wrote:
24db wrote:
bigmoog wrote:
I always take my lyricon.....


I place it just so in the trousers, to avoid security


I always thought was a crump-horn you had ;)



its being polished :wink:


to the left?

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