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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone Article From 1970   Rolling Stone Article From 1970 - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Jan 10, 2009 10:19 pm

dunno what it is, i thought it was buddhism, or people have slapped names on it not sure

but i was reading the dharma bums along with it, dunno, the dharma bums was good but i dunno, if i was gunna do that i would go in head first not just go ''ok ive read the bhagavad gita now im a buddhist" or im hindi or watever u'no,

but like you say music above all else!
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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone Article From 1970   Rolling Stone Article From 1970 - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Jan 10, 2009 10:20 pm

It was definitely Hinduism first. Part of the great ancient Indian epic The Mahabharata. Trust me on this, I'm Indian, I try to keep up with my heritage Laughing

that's part of my interest in Dave too I guess, if he was interested in 'Eastern' stuff, that chant in 'We will fall' and all, altho of course that was a hippy 60s thing, and not JUST a 60s hippy thing
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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone Article From 1970   Rolling Stone Article From 1970 - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Jan 10, 2009 10:24 pm

haha ill take your word then, yeh the mahabhrata, wenever i was reading up on this,when i read about that i was like "i wanna read taht!" lol kinda stupid, the gita was good tho, hinduism looked good for a while and islam i was thinkin but again, it would be later in life as i would try and dedicate myself to it, was lookin at jainism too, dunno, its kinda hard to juggle religion and a moden life anyway
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well actually i'm Sikh...not a very good one tho...hang on this isn't a religion thread! ok I'll shut up Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone Article From 1970   Rolling Stone Article From 1970 - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSat Jan 10, 2009 11:17 pm

i love when threads runover into other areas

but i have a way to tie it up, talkin about we will fall, amazing, always liked it, but more as i guesa a novelty, but really really like it recently, dunno what it was, maybe just to literally meditate on rons passing or something when i listened through the album, but i really really like it now

not many bands would have a big 10min meditative chant on their debut! or a 5min noisefest as a closer on their second!
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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone Article From 1970   Rolling Stone Article From 1970 - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Jan 11, 2009 12:06 am

always liked 'we will fall'. It always sounds REAL spooky, the bass and the guitar especially ... & especially when you're listening alone, late at night!
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I always thought it was a filler 'coz of lack of tracks,
but now I really think it was a masterstroke.
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PostSubject: Re: Rolling Stone Article From 1970   Rolling Stone Article From 1970 - Page 2 Icon_minitimeSun Jan 11, 2009 1:42 am

TED wrote:
I always thought it was a filler 'coz of lack of tracks,
but now I really think it was a masterstroke.
That's what I'm thinking too.

All this time I passed it by, thinking it was shit. Today I played the album all the way through. It's pretty trippy, really. Live and learn...
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unfortunately i didnt hear Dave on the sessions, though i did just quickly listen to the studio dialogues, so maybe its on a track, but these were good, had to share them
its tracks 2, 10 and 13 i think from disc 5 for those who have it

rapidshare.com 5-02_Studio_Dialogue.m4a.html

rapidshare.com 5-10_Studio_Dialogue.m4a.html

rapidshare.com 5-13_Studio_Dialogue.m4a.html
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yup..disc 5
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theyre just funny or cool sounding ones

first ones good ''d'y want me to touch you soul donny?" - is that iggy or billy cheatham or whomever is supposed to have done the wrestling introduces on tv eye take 7/8?

also track 10s good, dunno what song theyre doin but its cool
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so Dave doesn't speak on the sessions? no need for me to listen to them then (just kidding!)

and Loose, how could you ever have thought We will fall' is 'shit'? That's scandalous!!
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OK I am actually listening to the Sessions now, (got plenty of time for it now!) real interesting to hear the demo of 'Loose', and those alternative lyrics made me laugh out loud! and hadn't heard 'Lost in the future' before either - great
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I used to think "We Will Fall" was awful but I really enjoyed it last night. Hypnotic but I still preffer the oher traks on the album. "Real Cool Time" is way to overlooked.

Nadja wrote:
and as for that audio clip, think I've heard it, just on some youtube footage, of course I can't remember what exactly - Goose Lake?? when the roadies ended up turning his amp off, haha - anyway I wouldn't know if that WAS Dave, for sure

Yeah its on the Gooselake footage, I don't know if its Dave that says it though.
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funny, on this take of 'Fun House' Iggy sounds a bit bored. Ok I'd better shut up about this now and go on listening!
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Probably bored after having to play "Loose" 32 times Laughing
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haha, yeh ano

its good hearing it though, great release

nah i didnt hear ano but iggy, cause he was mic'd, and other guys recording it, didnt hear the band cause they werent on mic, if you have it up pretty loud you might hear something

i just checked the studio dialogue so maybe you can hear more talking on the tracks havent checked those, or ones where they messed up or something
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it's fun to hear the dialogue altho I've only really heard Iggy and Ron, I think. but there also seems to be some guy with a kinda high voice - gallucci?
and G yeh that audio clip at Goose lake is likely not Dave but for the time being I just like to think it is Smile
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what one is that i would like to hear it, is it the one with the hippie festival thing at the start of the video?
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The very one. Smile
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thanks ill have a look!
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Gotta take my FH Box off the shelf and give it a listen. I ordered it by mail when it came out and it's been years since I played it.

Also, loved this from the article: "They're one hell of a rock and roll band ... but I'll tell you, something awful funny must've happened to those guys when they were little kids."
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