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 on: Yesterday at 05:57:00 PM 
Started by hypehat - Last post by RangeRoverA1
It's interesting idea to listen to the entire catalog. I may begin with NRBQ, albeit there's few albums I didn't find yet (I will).

Today: Rew Queue Boo "Miffed By Lollie Groz"
Panda Pulling Featuring The Blah Bay "Prima Don Is Checking His Wallet To Retrieve A 1920 Photograph Which Depicts His Lookalike"

 22 
 on: Yesterday at 05:39:05 PM 
Started by stinkynimrod - Last post by RangeRoverA1
To answer question in the thread subject - no.

 23 
 on: Yesterday at 05:28:45 PM 
Started by Unreconstructed Wilsonite - Last post by RangeRoverA1
Finally seen "Nicholas & Alexandra", RM-adapted 1971 film. To save time, will be short - Epic Fail. 0/5. 'kay, 0.5/5 to few settings.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:23:14 PM 
Started by the captain - Last post by RangeRoverA1
Ta. Btw, since you used popular phrase "thought of smb.", reading alexander palace there's poste. "Eric_Lowe", he posts in casual way, posts *a lot*, to the point nearly each 2nd reply is by him, gets repetitive, frequently butts in between the other posters to reply to these posters like they're talking to him. I thought of KDS reading that guy. In roundabout way of course, there isn't huge similarity. :D

The other thing observed reading alexander palace, I find really strange & hilarious at times seeing users quickly getting familiar. F.ex. new users just met in the board with the old-timers "Hi I'm new, I just joined the forum..." & usual "Welcome!". ...few replies in, each side is super-friendly, call each other "Meg", "Johnnie" (when username is John), "Chris", "girlie" etc. They poke fun, tell jokes, even playful to boot, like old buddies. Wth? Brow

 25 
 on: Yesterday at 05:12:54 PM 
Started by John Brode - Last post by John Brode
Hey everyone, I was bored the other night and only had access to a melodica. I decided to make a cover of GV for laughs, hope you enjoy. https://soundcloud.com/user-711049186/good-vibrations-melodica-cover

 26 
 on: Yesterday at 04:22:28 PM 
Started by stinkynimrod - Last post by Emdeeh
On the other hand, I've always felt that "Goin' On" showed some Queen influence in how the harmonies were structured.

 27 
 on: Yesterday at 03:39:01 PM 
Started by HeyJude - Last post by RubberSoul13
Thanks! I actually created an account a year or two ago and didn't realized I'd never posted here, haha.

Also, there was an album of instrumental orchestrated arrangements of Beach Boys songs playing before the show began. I can't confirm it because I don't have copies on-hand, but I'm pretty sure it was the two Hollyridge Strings Play The Beach Boys albums.

That is correct. Also playing at The Kennedy Center...I believe it was used on the 2016 PS dates too?

 28 
 on: Yesterday at 03:32:27 PM 
Started by HeyJude - Last post by RealBriefcase
Thanks! I actually created an account a year or two ago and didn't realized I'd never posted here, haha.

Also, there was an album of instrumental orchestrated arrangements of Beach Boys songs playing before the show began. I can't confirm it because I don't have copies on-hand, but I'm pretty sure it was the two Hollyridge Strings Play The Beach Boys albums.

 29 
 on: Yesterday at 03:01:54 PM 
Started by DC310 - Last post by felipe
this is the best brian i've ever listened to
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0mbo5sbUZM

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 on: Yesterday at 01:34:10 PM 
Started by stinkynimrod - Last post by Ram4
I never really thought of a Beach Boys influence on Queen and I'm a huge Queen fan, but there was definitely one on Yes.  I always thought the organ break (and the band coming in as it modulates) on Little Girl I Once Knew sounded like early late-60's Yes.  In spite of Yes being mainly a prog rock band they were regularly a harmony singing band and once Steve Howe joined quite a few songs had three part harmonies.  When Trevor Rabin joined they added even more layers.  In the 80s the songs Leave It and the intro to Rhythm of Love were very Beach Boys-esqe.

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