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The New Abnormal

Dec 9, 2022 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM


With ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ

Exploring multiple facets of jazz-adjacent prog-rock, edgy fusion, Canterbury, Zeuhl, Rock-In-Opposition, avant-prog, Rock Progressivo Italiano, world music, ambient, anything virtuosic.

More music from 1972


The New Abnormal
7:01 AM
Hot Butter - Popcorn
Hot Butter Popcorn
Popcorn - Single Musicor 1972

Hot Butter was an American instrumental group fronted by Moog synthesizer player Stan Free, known for their cover of the Gershon Kingsley song 'Popcorn'. The Hot Butter version of the song was a global hit and was the first "successful" version of the song.



7:03 AM
Set Break: Pop Corn

"Popcorn" (first version "Pop Corn") is an instrumental composed by Gershon Kingsley in 1969 for the album Music to Moog By.


7:07 AM
Chick Corea - What Game Shall We Play Today
Chick Corea What Game Shall We Play Today
Return To Forever ECM Records 1972

Chick Corea recorded this just prior to forming the jazz fusion group that would take the name "Return To Forever".



7:11 AM
Herbie Hancock - Quasar
Herbie Hancock Quasar
Crossings Rhino/Warner Records 1972

Herbie Hancock, a child prodigy, was longtime keyboard player with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and Miles Davis' bands. "Crossings" is the followup to the 1971 "Mwandishi" LP.



7:18 AM
Weather Report - Second Sunday in August
Weather Report Second Sunday in August
I Sing the Body Electric Columbia/Legacy 1972

Along with Return to Forever and Mahavishnu Orchestra, Weather Report can trace its origins to Miles Davis' late 60's line up.



7:22 AM
Miles Davis - One And One (Unedited Master)
Miles Davis One And One (Unedited Master)
The Complete On The Corner Sessions Columbia/Legacy 1972


Miles Davis is joined by ~18 musicians, including Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Jack DeJohnette, John McLaughlin, Dave Liebman, and Collin Walcott.


7:41 AM
Set Break: Up next: Raga Rock

Released all over the world, Popcorn was an inescapable international hit.


Popcorn in France, where it was #1 for 4 weeks.

7:44 AM
Oregon - The Silence of a Candle
Oregon The Silence of a Candle
Music of Another Present Era Vanguard Records 2006

US American jazz and world music group formed in 1971 by Ralph Towner, Paul McCandless, Glen Moore, and Collin Walcott.



7:46 AM
Magic Carpet - Take Away Kesh
Magic Carpet Take Away Kesh
Magic Carpet Magic Carpet Records 1972

UK Psychedelic folk rock band. They released one LP on the Mushroom label in 1972.



7:48 AM
Cosmic Eye - Dream Sequence I (feat. Amancio D'Silva)
Cosmic Eye Dream Sequence I (feat. Amancio D'Silva)
Dream Sequence (feat. Amancio D'Silva) The Roundtable 1972

Cosmic Eye's only album called Dream Sequence (1972) was conceived by the indian-born jazz guitarist Amancio D'silva.



7:56 AM
Quintessence - Self
Quintessence Self
Self Legacy Recordings 1972

Formed in 1969, they played a blend of jazz, progressive rock, Indian Music, and new age rock.



7:58 AM
Set Break: Up next: the early German electronic scene

Popcorn was released as a single and became a hit in mainland Europe, spending several weeks at No. 1 in numerous countries.


In Germany, Popcorn spent 3 weeks as #1.

8:02 AM
Cluster - Georgel
Cluster Georgel
Cluster II Brain 1972

Multi-instrumental and electronics duo of Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius formed 1971 in Berlin.



8:08 AM
Kraftwerk - Klingklang (excerpt)
Kraftwerk Klingklang (excerpt)
Kraftwerk 2 Philips, Germany 1972

Kraftwerk was founded in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1970. Kling Klang is a sidelong track named after their studio and is a series of improvs over a slowly evolving electronic rhythm. (We're listening to only half of it.)



8:17 AM
Neu! - Weissensee
Neu! Weissensee
Neu! Groenland Records 1972

Neu! was formed in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1971 by Michael Rother and Klaus Dinger after they left Kraftwerk. The group disbanded in 1975.



8:24 AM
Set Break: Up next: some European prog from 1972


An alternate cover released in the UK.

8:27 AM
Amon Düül II - Deutsch Nepal
Amon Düül II Deutsch Nepal
Wolf City United Artists Records 1972

Amon Düül II was formed in 1968 in Munich, Germany, and disbanded in 1981.



8:30 AM
Soft Machine - Pigling Bland
Soft Machine Pigling Bland
Fifth CBS 1972

Soft Machine are an English rock and jazz band from Canterbury formed in mid-1966, named after the novel "The Soft Machine" by William S. Burroughs. Their line up and style has changed considerably over the years.



8:34 AM
Nektar - Desolation Valley / Waves
Nektar Desolation Valley / Waves
A Tab In the Ocean  Cherry Red Records 1972

Nektar were originally a group of British musicians living and working together in Germany during the early to mid seventies.



8:42 AM
Jean-Luc Ponty Experience - Flipping part 1
Jean-Luc Ponty Experience Flipping part 1
Open Strings MPS Records 1972

Jazz quintet featuring Joachim Kühn on piano.


8:47 AM
Moving Gelatine Plates - Cauchemar
Moving Gelatine Plates Cauchemar
The World Of Genius Hans Replica Records 1972

French progressive rock and fusion band from the early 1970's. They were strongly influenced by Canterbury bands like Soft Machine and Caravan, and are often compared to the Dutch band Supersister.



8:50 AM
Khan - Stargazers (feat. Steve Hillage & Dave Stewart)
Khan Stargazers (feat. Steve Hillage & Dave Stewart)
Space Shanty (feat. Steve Hillage & Dave Stewart) Deram Records 1972

UK prog rock band formed by Steve Hillage, and keyboardist Dave Stewart while he was with the group "Egg". Associated with the 'Canterbury scene'. They were only active in 1971-72 and released one album.



8:56 AM
Aphrodite's Child - The Lamb
Aphrodite's Child The Lamb
666 Vertigo 1972

Aphrodite's Child recorded 3 albums together. Vangelis wanted to move more and more towards his own experimental direction, which can be recognized on the "666" album. After its release the group split up.



9:00 AM
Set Break: More from 1972


Another alternate cover released in the UK. Hot 🧈🍿

9:04 AM
Matching Mole - Beer As In Braindeer
Matching Mole Beer As In Braindeer
Matching Mole Columbia 1972

Matching Mole was a short-lived UK progressive rock band from the Canterbury scene. Robert Wyatt formed the band in October 1971 after he left Soft Machine and recorded his first solo album The End of an Ear.



9:08 AM
Slapp Happy - Heading For Kyoto
Slapp Happy Heading For Kyoto
Sort Of Polydor 1972

German/English/American avant-pop group founded in 1972 in Hamburg.



9:11 AM
Mahogany Rush - The New Beginning
Mahogany Rush The New Beginning
Maxoom Kot'ai 1972

Led by guitarist Frank Marino, this is their debut. Their first three LPs are strongly influenced by different Jimi Hendrix songs.



9:13 AM
Wishbone Ash - Blowin' Free
Wishbone Ash Blowin' Free
Argus MCA Records 1972

Founded in Torquay, UK in 1969, their two guitarists developed a melodic twin guitar lead style that would become the trademark of 'Wishbone Ash'.



9:18 AM
Curved Air - Melinda (More or Less)
Curved Air Melinda (More or Less)
Phantasmagoria Warner Brothers 1972

A progressive rock band from the UK, formed in 1970.



9:22 AM
Set Break: Up next: Rock Progressivo Italiano from 1972


Popcorn had this alternate cover in the UK, Germany and Greece.

9:24 AM
PFM Premiata Forneria Marconi - Per Un Amico
PFM Premiata Forneria Marconi Per Un Amico
Per un amico - EP RCA Records Label 1972

Formed in Milan, Italy, in 1970, Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM) is one of the leaders of the 70s prog movement in Italy. PFM developed a style which is uniquely Italian while maintaining links with the rest of the prog world.



9:30 AM
Banco del Mutuo Soccorso - La Conquista Della Posizione Eretta
Banco del Mutuo Soccorso La Conquista Della Posizione Eretta
Darwin! Ricordi 1972

Founded in Rome, Italy in 1969, Banco del Mutuo Soccorso is one of the most important progressive rock bands to come from Italy, along with Le Orme and PFM.



9:38 AM
Le Orme - Aspettando L Alba
Le Orme Aspettando L Alba
Uomo di pezza Universal Music Italia srL. 1972

Le Orme is an Italian progressive rock band that started in the sixties in Venice as a beat group. They are one of the most popular and enduring of the RPI groups.



9:43 AM
De De Lind - Cimitero Di Guerra
De De Lind Cimitero Di Guerra
Io Non So Da Dove Vengo, E Non So Dove Mai Andrò. Uomo È Il Nome Che Mi Han Dato (Remastered) Universal Music Italia srL. 1972

De De Lind was founded in Milan in 1969, and was named after a Playboy model from 1967. They released a few singles and one LP.




9:48 AM
Il Paese Dei Balocchi - Canzone della speranza
Il Paese Dei Balocchi Canzone della speranza
Il Paese dei Balocchi WMI Italy 1972

Italian progressive rock band of the 1970's who made just the one album. Their enigmatic name "Il Paese Dei Balocchi" ("The Land of Toys") is a reference to the fictional location in the Italian novel "The Adventures of Pinocchio" (1883).



9:52 AM
Set Break: Meanwhile: New York City is the place where they said "Hey, babe..."


Brazil had a totally different cover of Hot Butter's LP.

9:55 AM
Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side
Lou Reed Walk on the Wild Side
Transformer RCA/Legacy 1972

In 1970, Lou Reed left the Velvet Underground during the recording of "Loaded". "Transformer" was his solo debut. "Walk On The Wild Side" is a countercultural anthem, Lou Reed's biggest hit and his signature song. Surprisingly, it got wide radio airplay, despite dealing with subjects considered taboo at the time, including transgender people, drugs, male prostitution, and oral sex. The song's risqué lyrics refer to real people he met at Andy Warhol's New York studio. Wikipedia



And I'm sorry, but despite commercial airplay, I still had to edit this track for the FCC.

Chat is archived.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:00:30 AM
uoʇǝɔui̩ɹꓒ ꓭꓤꓒꓟ uo ,,lɐɯɹouqꓯ ʍǝN ǝɥꓕ,, s,ʇI. 🙃 ollǝꓧ
TAndy 7:01:04 AM
Good Popcorn, sir.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:01:43 AM
Good popcorn to you, too, sir.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:03:29 AM
We can thank Rob from MD for reminding me of Popcorn. It was an inescapable international hit in 1972.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:05:40 AM
"Let the bodies hit the floor."
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 7:05:50 AM
Good morning! I'm enjoying the early morning popcorn
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:06:23 AM
Good morning, Rob. And thanks for the reminder. About Popcorn.
TAndy 7:06:28 AM
I'm actually enjoying a nice stale philly pretzel
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 7:06:46 AM
Yw DtO
TAndy 7:06:54 AM
Good morning Rob :)
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 7:07:08 AM
I just finished a bowl of bran and puffy cereal tbh
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 7:07:18 AM
And good morning TAndy
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:07:46 AM
TAndy 7:11:35 AM
Herbie Hancock! <3
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:11:47 AM
In about half an hour, I have to deliver someone to the train station. So the chat room will be temporarily closed. But I'll be back a little after 8:00.
TAndy 7:12:40 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:12:57 AM
The music, however, will continue uninterrupted.
TAndy 7:13:27 AM
Oh boy I can't wait for the ~75 minute open chatroom during the 3AM rerun on Wednesday morning to make up for the absence! :)
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:15:18 AM
🥱 😴💤
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 7:17:20 AM
TAndy 7:19:09 AM
The Weather Report?? It isn't Tuesday afternoons!
Brian D 7:19:29 AM
Popcorn = many memories of indoor recess on rainy school days in the 1970s. Loved it when the teachers broke that 45 out
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:19:39 AM
It also isn't the second Sunday in August!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:20:06 AM
Popcorn was the soundtrack to all of our lives in 1972.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:20:36 AM
Good morning, Brain D.
TAndy 7:22:49 AM
You're busting out the big guns for this set
Brian D 7:23:17 AM
Ooh yeah! Was hoping this 72 lp showed up
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:23:28 AM
It was a set that got trimmed from last week's show.
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 7:23:43 AM
Off soon for a walk
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:23:56 AM
Off soon for train station drop-off.
Brian D 7:24:16 AM
Michael Henderson on bass for this lp?
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:24:37 AM
Be back in half an hour or so.
TAndy 7:57:24 AM
Welcome back, sir.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 7:58:48 AM
TAndy 8:02:03 AM
Electronica 👁
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:04:02 AM
1972 was still in the early experimental days of German electronic music. The Berlin School hit its stride around 1974.
TAndy 8:05:12 AM
Back when it was just a bunch of people with their fancy toys messing around till they got something really nice
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:07:27 AM
They were trying to create something new, and not just copy American or British music.
Christine 𓅓 8:07:54 AM
O⊥ᗡ ʞɔɐq ǝɯoɔןǝʍ˙˙˙ןןɐ 'ƃuıuɹoɯ pooƃ
TAndy 8:08:22 AM
Good morning Christine
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:09:03 AM
¡ ǝuᴉʇsᴉɹɥꓛ sᵷui̩ʇǝǝɹ⅁
Christine 𓅓 8:12:41 AM
That was fun, mentioning B. Jones as someone who might have included poorly-played sitar, while naming no names.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:14:06 AM
Yeah. It's probably for the best that I was not chatting during that set. There may have been loads of snarky comments about "Raga Rock".
Christine 𓅓 8:16:16 AM
This is the WPRB chat; snark is welcome.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:16:37 AM
"Oh good".
TAndy 8:16:56 AM
Do I need to roll my "r"s when I say Raga Rock?
Brian D 8:17:05 AM
They're bending minds...
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:18:00 AM
@TAndy, Raga rock-n-roll?
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:19:02 AM
I can almost hear Ogdens Nut Gone Flake here.
Christine 𓅓 8:20:00 AM
I hear what you mean
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:20:23 AM
Same guitar effect and chord progression.
Casey 8:21:33 AM
I love the sound of NEU! in the morning
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:22:18 AM
Good morning, Casey.
TAndy 8:23:30 AM
Good morning Casey!
DSM 8:24:16 AM
Good morning all 👋
DSM 8:24:47 AM
Rother’s solo work is some of my all time fave
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:24:58 AM
¡ ꓪꓢꓷ ollǝꓧ
Casey 8:25:22 AM
Excellent show today ǝʌɐꓷ!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:25:45 AM
Thanks, Casey.
DSM 8:26:22 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:26:52 AM
I like how your pose matches the painting exactly.
Christine 𓅓 8:26:53 AM
Hot 🧈
TAndy 8:33:27 AM
Good morning DSM. I'm cracking open my Canterbury creme egg now
Brian D 8:34:31 AM
O güt!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:35:28 AM
A few more Canterbury items will be coming up.
Brian D 8:36:40 AM
So... what exactly are they referring to with the word "Tab"?
DSM 8:38:24 AM
A floating can of TAB (soft drink) bobbing on the waves
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:39:15 AM
Good question, Brain D. Maybe a pull tab to open it up? Very cosmic.
Brian D 8:39:56 AM
Ya doesn't get more 1970s than Tab diet soda
Rob F 8:42:37 AM
Good morning DTO. Lot of really cool stuff here
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:43:23 AM
Good morning, Rob F. Thanks. I'm glad you are able to catch the show.
Rob F 8:48:50 AM
A long Miles Davis track is always good
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 8:49:31 AM
Those 'unedited masters' are a real treat!
unoclay 9:03:28 AM
Unoclay listening in san pedro belize today, "hello" to all
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 9:03:42 AM
I loved Tab much more than Diet Coke
Rob from Maryland 🦀 🇺🇦 🌻 🇮🇷 9:04:10 AM
How is Belize this morning, unoclay?
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:05:19 AM
Good morning, unoclay! Belize? Unbelizable!
Brian D 9:13:56 AM
Love this one
Brian D 9:14:52 AM
Nice pic w the triple Explorer style gtr lineup
Brian D 9:18:06 AM
Diff overall style of music and approach but the musicians in Iron Maiden were big fans and heavily influenced by Wishbone Ash esp this lp Argus. They took the twin guitar harmonies and ran in diff direction. Thin Lizzy probably as well
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:18:52 AM
Yeah, the twin guitar sound is very appealing.
Brian D 9:21:59 AM
Great tunes today!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:22:25 AM
Thanks. I thought I'd change things up a bit.
Brian D 9:22:54 AM
Hee hee
Christine 𓅓 9:25:21 AM
Looking forward to RPI from 1️⃣ 9️⃣ 7️⃣ 2️⃣
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:28:21 AM
Buon giorno! I always like to fit in some Rock Progressivo Italiano on The New Abnormal. 🇮🇹 💚🤍♥️🇮🇹
DSM 9:29:04 AM
Kinda hoping this all ends with ‘wham bam thank you mam’
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:29:52 AM
@DSM, nope, but a big countercultural hit from 1972 will end the show.
DSM 9:31:16 AM
Oh fun, gonna try and think of what that might be over another ☕️
Bud Burroughs 9:34:01 AM
1972: the gift that keeps on giving
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:34:47 AM
Hey, Bud, thanks for checking in. Yeah 1972 was a rich year for music.
TAndy 9:35:18 AM
Those Italians are always pushing the envelope in making good music sound even better
Bud Burroughs 9:35:33 AM
RPI was certainly having a good year!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:37:32 AM
RPI was just starting to explode in 1972. 1973 was even more prolific. There was such market saturation of good RPI, that most of the bands, even good ones, couldn't compete.
Christine 𓅓 9:39:06 AM
Hopefully not a choir singing words like "Incomprehensible;" that was a bit cult-like and creepy.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:40:20 AM
Ha ha! RPI didn't have much of that.
Bud Burroughs 9:41:36 AM
It’s hard to imagine “market saturation” and “progressive” in the same sentence. It was a different time.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:42:11 AM
That's for damn sure, Bud.
Christine 𓅓 9:43:38 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:45:28 AM
"Le Orme" = footprints. Originally intending to name themselves Le Ombre, a literal translation of The Shadows, they ultimately decided on the similar-sounding Le Orme.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:50:23 AM
Here are some of the classical elements that RPI incorporates.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:50:45 AM
Part of what makes RPI distinct.
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:51:13 AM
Many of the RPI musicians were conservatory trained.
TAndy 9:53:23 AM
Thank you for the music this morning, DTO. It was a pleasure
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:53:51 AM
Thanks for joining me, and contributing to the chat, TAndy.
Christine 𓅓 9:54:06 AM
Thanks, DTO!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:54:33 AM
Thanks, everyone, for tuning in, and keeping me company this morning.
Christine 𓅓 9:54:43 AM
Are we about to take a walk on the wild side?
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:54:54 AM
You guessed it!
Christine 𓅓 9:55:19 AM
I peeped the playlist 👀
Bud Burroughs 9:55:36 AM
Both of those "one-off" RPI bands were totally unfamiliar, but fantastic!
Rob F 9:55:55 AM
Thanks DTO!
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:56:13 AM
Pretty much all of the RPI bands from the early 70's where unique and interesting.
Brian D 9:56:23 AM
Two bass tracks. Electric and acoustic. Both played so well by Herbie Flowers. Seek out the Classic Albums docu episode on this lp. Herbie recreates his parts live
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:56:52 AM
Herbie managed to get payed twice for that!
Brian D 9:57:13 AM
As he shoulda! Love that.
DSM 9:59:00 AM
Thanks DTO!
TAndy 9:59:25 AM
Oh my god
DSM 9:59:29 AM
TAndy 9:59:38 AM
ǝɹnɔsqꓳ ǝɥꓕ ǝʌɐꓷ (host) 9:59:42 AM
Let the bodies hit the floor!
Christine 𓅓 9:59:45 AM
DSM 9:59:46 AM