What Are You Listening To Right Now?
Jun 10, 2024 at 8:29 PM Post #137,566 of 138,905
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Jun 10, 2024 at 8:39 PM Post #137,567 of 138,905
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Deep Purple - Child in Time - Made in Japan (1972)

What a great classic album - I hope they give it the same treatment they did 'Machine Head'.....
1976, Cow Palace, San Francisco
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Jun 10, 2024 at 8:46 PM Post #137,568 of 138,905
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Jun 10, 2024 at 9:52 PM Post #137,569 of 138,905

I saw Yanni in concert here in Nashville many years ago. It was a really good show as well.

I remember when I was first getting into this type of music I discovered his album "Keys to Imagination" and listened to it all the time. My friend and I were so into synthesizers we decided to start our own little band and aquired a few cool synths of the day including a Kong Poly 800, Yamaha DX7, Akai AX80 and even an Arp Quadra because we were big fans of Tony Banks. It was cool kit but alas no longer have any of it.
 
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Jun 10, 2024 at 10:40 PM Post #137,572 of 138,905
I saw Yanni in concert here in Nashville many years ago. It was a really good show as well.

I remember when I was first getting into this type of music I discovered his album "Keys to Imagination" and listened to it all the time. My friend and I were so into synthesizers we decided to start our own little band and aquired a few cool synths of the day including a Kong Poly 800, Yamaha DX7, Akai AX80 and even an Arp Quadra because we were big fans of Tony Banks. It was cool kit but alas no longer have any of it.
Tony Banks is such an awesome composer.....
 
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