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Old 05-06-2008, 11:21 AM   #376
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I don't think I could handle myself. Seriously, it would be a non stop cycle of poetry.
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I imagine people will be more receptive to Dunedin Sound/Flying Nun material too. The lo-fi production will shit people like PFan and Andrew, but I'd like to see them have done better in the circumstances. It's not like any of the bands willingly chose to have shit quality recording.

And cool, I'll be looking forward to what you do.

I'm thinking for something like this, the size of the collection should be up to the person making it. Of course it should be REASONABLE, since nobody's going to listen to a 10 CD compilation, but some genres can be easily covered by one disc (I think I'll only need one for the Dunedin Sound), while others like post-rock and prog rock are never going to be effectively covered by a single disc.
I agree that the length should be up to the people doing it.

Maybe with prog rock we can divide it by waves. That should leave three distinct prog eras which all sound different.
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But it'd be a quick way to get a girlfriend, with the added bonus that she agrees with you on everything.
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I agree that the length should be up to the people doing it.

Maybe with prog rock we can divide it by waves. That should leave three distinct prog eras which all sound different.
Splitting up prog certainly sounds like a good idea. I might be able to cover the third wave ...

But then that means three genres from me, and do people really want to suffer that much Axver music?
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Maybe.

It's near Beaver Lick, you know. That's also a nice place to visit.
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Splitting up prog certainly sounds like a good idea. I might be able to cover the third wave ...

But then that means three genres from me, and do people really want to suffer that much Axver music?
I'll handle the first wave. I was thinking two things:

1. We send out a few at a time every 2 weeks. Instead of getting it all at once. It comes throughout the summer.
2. If people don't feel comfortable sharing music they can use Youtube links. There are millions of songs live or studio on Youtube. I'm sure they'll find some of what they recommend.
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Maybe.

It's near Beaver Lick, you know. That's also a nice place to visit.
That's a real place? Wow, so Kentucky isn't entirely Hell For Certain?
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I'll handle the first wave. I was thinking two things:

1. We send out a few at a time every 2 weeks. Instead of getting it all at once. It comes throughout the summer.
2. If people don't feel comfortable sharing music they can use Youtube links. There are millions of songs live or studio on Youtube. I'm sure they'll find some of what they recommend.
I suppose one issue with the waves is the crossover. I mean, I think Spock's Beard are more a second wave band stylistically, but chronologically fit with the third wave and I plan to use them if I do the third wave. But I suppose these things never can be entirely precise.

And yeah, it sounds good to space it out.

I'm sure you could just about make a case for a separate YouTube thread. That doesn't interest me personally, but others would probably like it.
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I'm sure you could just about make a case for a separate YouTube thread. That doesn't interest me personally, but others would probably like it.
No we can make it one thread. People who want the links leave their e-mails. The rest can see the Youtube links posted directly in the thread. I intend on during both links and Youtube videos.
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No we can make it one thread. People who want the links leave their e-mails. The rest can see the Youtube links posted directly in the thread. I intend on during both links and Youtube videos.
Righto. I'm not really one for YouTube. I like MP3s I can easily play over and over again. But then it's a quick way to sample stuff to see if I care enough in the first place to download.
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