GlassHouse wrote:full 26 minutes of Super's Ready, what more could you ask?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M58wE8GT ... re=related
GlassHouse wrote:Hi, Salmacis81, welcome.
This is for you.
Genesis - Twilight Alehouse - Belgium-1972
FrodoTook wrote:GlassHouse wrote:And welcome Salmacis81 to this thread. Good to see you here.
I met you in The Hobbit Movie forum and enjoyed your review.
You tastes in Prog Rock miror mine..I, too, love Yes, ELP, Tull, Crimson, and Gentle Giant.
I especially love early Tull..as does the originator of this thread...Oreo.
GlassHouse wrote:"Much to fat and a little too long Much to fat and a little too long Much to fat and a little too long Much to fat and a little too long Much to fat and a little too long Much to fat and a little too long"
GlassHouse wrote:this is progressive to be sure but it's probably not rock
Buke and Gass (no, that's not a medical condition, it's a accurately descriptive name of this 2 person band).
So from 1973, Genesis live in HD.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FBcz3tB ... re=mh_lolz
Supersister was a Dutch band from The Hague, Netherlands, playing progressive rock ranging from jazz to pop. The most predominant band members were Robert Jan Stips (keyboards, vocals), Sacha van Geest (flute), Marco Vrolijk (drums) and Ron van Eck (bass).
The band started as Sweet OK Sister in 1968 as a school band with singer and songwriter Rob Douw, who soon thereafter left. The remaining members continued as a more serious musical quartet under the name Supersister. Their style was progressive rock (in Canterbury Scene style) in which Stips' keyboard play played a dominant role.
Their debut was the 1970 album, Present from Nancy, with charting singles such as "She Was Naked", "A Girl Named You", and "Radio". After three albums (Present from Nancy (1970), To the Highest Bidder (1971), and Pudding en Gisteren (1972)) van Geest and Vrolijk quit. The remaining crew, together with new members Charlie Mariano (wind instruments) and Herman van Boeyen (drums) released the album Iskander in 1973, which is a jazz-rock oriented concept album based upon the life of Alexander the Great.
In 1974, Stips and van Geest released a final album, Sweet Okay Supersister, which marked the end of the band.
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