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Old 05-14-2008, 01:05 PM   #151
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I'm sure we'll be overtaken eventually.
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Screwtape, I'm curious if you ever spoke to the librarian again.

Feel free to ignore this inquiry if you'd rather not talk about it.
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Screwtape, I'm curious if you ever spoke to the librarian again.

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I have not. I am currently applying for a job there and I don't want to say something stupid. So I guess it is left to patience now.
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Ah, ok. Good idea.

Besides, if you get a job there, you'll have plenty of opportunities for casual conversation.
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Just popping in to say that this location you guys chose is brilliant and I'm surprised it exists.
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Old 05-14-2008, 02:26 PM   #156
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Ah, ok. Good idea.

Besides, if you get a job there, you'll have plenty of opportunities for casual conversation.
Casual conversation, eh?

Librarian: "How was your day?"
Screwtape: "Marry me."

I'm joking of course.
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Casual conversation, eh?

Librarian: "How was your day?"
Screwtape: "Marry me."

I'm joking of course.
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I think with the genre introduction I going to stick with Youtube links as people are more likely to watch them than for me to send them something.

God Annie Haslem has a great voice.
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I just realized that I know nothing about Gentle Giant and Rush.
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So what's the best Renaissance album out there, anyway?
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Tales of 1001 Nights Volume 1 & 2 are the best versions of their songs. Volume 1 is better of the two. I highly recommend it.
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For Gentle Giant, check out Octopus. I don't listen to them a lot, but that's a good album.

As for Rush, well, where do you start? Early Rush is the most progressive, and the high point is 2112, in my opinion. But other albums have excellent longer compositions, too; one of my favorite epics from them is Xanadu.

Obviously, by the start of the 80's, they turned into more traditional rock, but they still had some progressive moments, like The Camera Eye from Moving Pictures.
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Tales of 1001 Nights Volume 1 & 2 are the best versions of their songs. Volume 1 is better of the two. I highly recommend it.
The song that was on your Prog Island entry, The Black Flame, was terrific.
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The song that was on your Prog Island entry, The Black Flame, was terrific.
That's on Volume 1. I'm using them for my CD exchange playlist. It is one of the songs I'm using.
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For Gentle Giant, check out Octopus. I don't listen to them a lot, but that's a good album.

As for Rush, well, where do you start? Early Rush is the most progressive, and the high point is 2112, in my opinion. But other albums have excellent longer compositions, too; one of my favorite epics from them is Xanadu.

Obviously, by the start of the 80's, they turned into more traditional rock, but they still had some progressive moments, like The Camera Eye from Moving Pictures.
Okay, thanks. I'm not a fan of Rush so I may leave them off the prog introduction.
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