From a deadbeat to a bunch of old greasers. Not sure what I have to contribute. I'm hardly the biggest Tull fan ever (climbed on board circa Broadsword, bailed out post Roots) but still feel they were the best live act I've ever seen and feature a massively underrated British songwriter. I suppose it's the success of the former that diminishes the reputation of the latter but it doesn't stop me feeling a bit sad that the music occasionally gets lost amid the references to worldwide proggy concert excesses. Anyway, hello and thanks for putting up with me. If it's the price of a pint you need, give me a minute to sort an online payday loan out.
By the sound of it you have got a stack of great views to contribute. I'm with you on the overshadowing of some truly great music by the excesses of prog, particulalrly the current fixation on prog meisterworks, feel free to open up a few topics for discussion
Quizz Kid: Well, we tried to spread the love and the word, build bridges, but when you get booted and blocked by twats for no reason it's a bit like the trash taking itself out for collection, good riddance to bad rubbish.
Jul 12, 2017 23:36:42 GMT
Gerrald Bostock: 'well ....to "their" own pressing problems and the hate they must unwind.....Leaves me with "Nothing to Say"
Jul 14, 2017 11:55:58 GMT