/ Roy Harper music

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Cog - on 15 Nov 2013
The only album I know is 'Tales from the archives of oblivion'. I liked the (no doubt dated) effects. Are the other albums similar?

Would be nice if any reply was about music.
Nevis-the-cat - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog:

Apparently there's a short film directed by Roman Polanski, music by Roy Harper and performed by Gary Glitter.

Promo poster by Rolf Harris.
Cog - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Nevis-the-cat:

Asking about music not film.
keith-ratcliffe on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog: Don't know the album title but "Hells Angels" is a top notch track. I Went to an Edgar Broughton concert at Salford Uni in the late 60s and afterwards this guy turned up and did an impromptu set that included this track. Just him and an amp - it was awesome - real troubadour!
Bulls Crack - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Nevis-the-cat:

What are you inferring?
In reply to Bulls Crack: What are you inferring that he's inferring?
Dispater on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog:

Find the track 'The tallest tree' on YouTube.
One of his more modern numbers.
Jonny2vests - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Bulls Crack:
> (In reply to Nevis-the-cat)
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> What are you inferring?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hereford-worcester-24955436
cb294 - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog:

Stormcock (1971), on of my favourite prog/folk albums. Might have to delete it,t hough.

CB
Bulls Crack - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Jonny2vests:

F***s sake
aln - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Bulls Crack:
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> F***s sake

What do you mean by Fu#%s sake?
Chris the Tall - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Jonny2vests:
And yet we still hear Led Zeppellin on the radio all the time - why the double standards ?
I like climbing - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to cb294:
Very cool. Stormcock is one of the most important albums ever made.
icnoble on 15 Nov 2013
aln - on 15 Nov 2013
In reply to Chris the Tall:
> (In reply to Jonny2vests)
> And yet we still hear Led Zeppellin on the radio all the time - why the double standards ?

What double standards are you referring to?
Niall - on 16 Nov 2013
Jonny2vests - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to I like climbing:
> (In reply to cb294)
> Very cool. Stormcock is one of the most important albums ever made.

Did it shorten the war then?
blondel - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog:

Flat Baroque and Berserk is a good album.
I like climbing - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to Jonny2vests:
It did.
Cog - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to I like climbing, keith-ratcliffe, dispater, cb294, blondel

Thanks
Pursued by a bear - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to blondel: Indeed, though the rambling monologue before the excellent I Hate The White Man is a bit tedious.

The greatest hits CD Counter Culture has that track without the rambling intro and many other good things too and would be a good place to start to get to know his music.

T.
Fredt on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to Pursued by a bear:
> (In reply to blondel) Indeed, though the rambling monologue before the excellent I Hate The White Man is a bit tedious.
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> The greatest hits CD Counter Culture has that track without the rambling intro and many other good things too and would be a good place to start to get to know his music.
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> T.

Does it have Hell's Angels without the daft laughing at the end?
cliff shasby - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog: +1 for Flat Baroque and Berserk :-)
andyathome - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to Niall:
Presumably Bill Wyman will be awaiting a knock on the door then.
Mike Peacock on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog: Stormcock is probably my favourite, though I also really like Greenman, Jugula, and the Dream Society. Death and Glory is great too.
stroppygob - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to Cog: I love most of his stuff. Must work up a playlist of my favourite tracks.
Bulls Crack - on 16 Nov 2013
In reply to aln:
> (In reply to Bulls Crack)
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> What do you mean by Fu#%s sake?

What do you think?

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