Pande-reviews: 2009.0 (FSOL - EBS Vol.4)

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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by Pandemonium » Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:53 pm

Hmmm...
I just noticed that Slider on the ISDN White 2xLP is about 1 minute shorter then the version on the White CD - 6:27 against 7:22 - different cut and different ending too... weird...

The White 2xLP clocks at 81 minutes 12 seconds (because it contains a whole extra track - Are They Fightin' Us [6:15] ) - white the White CD is 75:25.
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Post by Ross » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:15 am

Yeah, the LP version cuts out that wonderfully creepy outro from Slider with the church bells - one of my favourite moments on the album. It's almost the opposite of Dead Cities, which has some unheard intros and outros at each end of the sides.

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Post by mcbpete » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:03 pm

Ross wrote:It's almost the opposite of Dead Cities, which has some unheard intros and outros at each end of the sides.
Gonna have to get it one day (the 12'' version that is) - especially now that I know it's got extra stuff on it

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Post by Pandemonium » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:30 pm

Yeah, Dead Cities LP has about 70 seconds more than the CD, the exact opposite of ISDN LP vs CD (if we don't count the whole extra track).
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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by Pandemonium » Tue May 31, 2016 1:13 am

Wow... It's been a whole year since my last 'review' in this thread...
Still not quitting on this one - someday I'll continue, I hope...
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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by seedy » Tue May 31, 2016 3:59 pm

dang man....and here i clicked this thread thinking this would BE that update!


well, plenty of us are still tuned in 8-)

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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by gabo86 » Tue May 31, 2016 11:54 pm

Pandemonium wrote:Wow... It's been a whole year since my last 'review' in this thread...
Still not quitting on this one - someday I'll continue, I hope...
As I told you more than once, it would be awesome.
I'm not interest in the track-by-track trasmission dissection, but the "review" of each album, for me, is fundamental.
I hope you'll continue...

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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by Ell » Wed Jun 01, 2016 11:12 am

Yeah, I was going to suggest a one off update for RSD :)

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Post by Ross » Wed Jun 01, 2016 12:57 pm

C'mon man, you've got an eager audience, you gotta update now :D

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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by Codringher » Tue Jun 07, 2016 11:58 am

seedy wrote:well, plenty of us are still tuned in 8-)
Oh yeah...

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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by Pandemonium » Tue Jun 07, 2016 9:41 pm

First moment when I have a tiniest shred of time guys, I promise! :)
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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by seedy » Wed Jun 08, 2016 12:45 am

Pandemonium wrote:First moment when I have a tiniest shred of time guys, I promise! :)
myeah....i know how often those pop up, DAD :lol: ;)

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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by Pandemonium » Wed Aug 17, 2016 12:07 am

UPDATE:

Kiss 3 Part 2:

1:13:35 Kitaro - The Field - (Geffen, 1987)
- Co-produced by Grateful Dead drummer, Mickey Hart, 'The Light of the Spirit' blends cinematic melodies and images from nature to explore spiritual aspects of the life cycle (includes the Grammy nominated song, 'The Field').
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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by seedy » Wed Aug 17, 2016 12:34 am

nice i know a tune or two from that dude
now i know one more ha!

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Re: Pande-reviews: 2008.8 (FSOL - EBS Vol.3)

Post by Pandemonium » Thu Oct 06, 2016 5:57 pm

I just found out that the drummer credited simply as Bertie on The Galaxial Pharmaceutical track & on I Have Loved You Into Oblivion;
is actually this guy:

http://bertiefritsch.com/
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