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THE YOUNG PERSON'S GUIDE TO ADRIAN BELEW

Tell us what you are listening to at the moment. What are the albums in heavy rotation on your system?

Postby bongo on Sun Jul 22, 2007 5:54 am

i admit, as adrian is my main influence on guitar since seeing crim in '3, i do not own a lot of his solo albums. i have heard a lot of songs though.

i own "side one" (i just LOVE walk around the world, which showcases one of my favorite dimentions of his riffing, similar to "pair".). i also own "lone rhino" on vinly! (SCORE!)
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Postby Riverman on Sun Jul 22, 2007 4:00 pm

The Crimson Fox wrote:I’m still waitng for ... the dust rarities box set…


At least there's probably a quarter of that out already. Haven't you been following along?
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Postby vrooom on Sun Jul 22, 2007 6:57 pm

You are talking to Bongo, the member with the limited attention span. He's a bit like Lenny from "Of Mice and Men".


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Postby Indyrod on Sun Jul 22, 2007 11:00 pm

Hey, leave Bongo alone, things move a little slower in North Carolina, you big bully. :P
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Postby Dog_none on Mon Jul 23, 2007 1:48 am

Riverman wrote:
The Crimson Fox wrote:I’m still waitng for ... the dust rarities box set…


At least there's probably a quarter of that out already...


...in a series of incredibly overpriced individual downloads.
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Postby The Crimson Fox on Mon Jul 23, 2007 1:40 pm

Which dont actually work!!?

Anyone had any success with em?

I foollishly bought the Neurotica (instrumental & Vocals only) and it failed miserably.

I could have bought 75 mojo's with that money!! How much are they nowadays?
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Postby Owen on Tue Jul 24, 2007 2:02 am

I've bought a few. Maybe four or five. They all worked just fine.

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Postby TheCrimsonChin on Thu Aug 02, 2007 3:31 pm

Adrian had the "Dust" boxed set ready to go a couple years ago but couldn't make it work financially. His audience is pretty small and not all of that already small crowd would be interested in buying a collection out takes and demos. So instead of producing CD's he opted for the downloads. The price per download is higher than average but he's paying to use a third party download service so that wouldn't bug me as much if the mp3's were of a higher quality.

I know that he does plan to release a single CD called "Dust Particles" that will feature his favorite tracks from the Dust series. I don't know when he plans to release that though.

As far as the AB solo stuff in general, I agree with most of what was said here except Side One is my favorite of that series and I enjoy Adrian's Beatles stuff.

I'm really looking forward to Side Four.

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Postby Dog_none on Fri Aug 03, 2007 1:01 am

TheCrimsonChin wrote:I'm really looking forward to Side Four.


Amen.

And more Power Trio tours.
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Postby Riverman on Sat Aug 04, 2007 3:40 am

Dog_none wrote:
TheCrimsonChin wrote:I'm really looking forward to Side Four.

Amen.

And more Power Trio tours.


...preferably without the earthquakes.
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