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  1. Cat's Squirrel

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    More from Massimo; here he is playing the Genesis classic "Firth of Fifth".
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    so lonely

    I agree stratty. For me though, the converse is true as well. I can think of musicians, no names no pack drill, who are technically brilliant but their music doesn't engage with me at all on an emotional level; it feels very dry and "anal". A lot of Floyd's output (including this one) very much...
  3. Cat's Squirrel

    so lonely

    I didn't really notice Mason's drumming. Makes me wonder whether or not it's a disadvantage being a musician when listening to other people's music? Like a top chef always knows what's wrong with the food when they're in someone else's restaurant when other people there are just enjoying it...
  4. Cat's Squirrel

    so lonely

    Hi stratty, I call anything in the Floyd canon before DMSMH "early." That album actually came out the year after "Meddle" and "Echoes" - 1972, so it qualifies by your definition. For me it's a good mixture - rockers, instrumentals and wistful ballads.
  5. Cat's Squirrel

    so lonely

    Another early Pink Floyd album and a good one;
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    so lonely

    "Tarkus" is great. There are piano transcriptions of that first side on Youtube; I'll see if I can find one. Here goes;
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    so lonely

    Another Yes classic;
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    awaken Great! I had a roommate at university who liked the Bonzos, so I got to hear most of their better known tracks. They were about as English as you could get;
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