This months MOJO Mag

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I'm really looking forward to catching a copy.
And if Roger Waters doesn't like Piper nowadays or hasn't liked it ever in his life, I dont't care. I enjoy listening from time to time though it's not my favourite PF album.
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garygreen wrote:Or move? :lol:
hahahaha funny guy :D
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corie wrote:cant find it in Toronto ? any ideas
I should have read this whole thread, because I went looking for it at a couple of places, and have only found the Stones issue...looks like later in the month or early next month...
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nosaj wrote:
corie wrote:cant find it in Toronto ? any ideas
I should have read this whole thread, because I went looking for it at a couple of places, and have only found the Stones issue...looks like later in the month or early next month...
Yes NPF is filled with a huge source of information Nosaj ! :D
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mosespa wrote: Ten years old is Classic Rock.

Twenty years or more is Oldies.
Does this mean that Oasis is Classic Rock?? :shock: Oh god no!
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mosespa wrote:Of course not...it wasn't HIS idea, HIS creation, HIS baby, HIS vision of what Pink Floyd should be.

He wasn't the main, creative, driving force of that album. Why SHOULD he like it any better than, say, AMLOR or TDB?

Damn straight.

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Notes (in the magazine) for the CD: "Floyd Council provided Pink Floyd with half of their name. With no solo recordings of his own in existence, Floyd fans have remained largely ignorant of his work"... :o

He issued 6 solo tracks in 1937:

as "Dipper Boy Council"

Runaway Man Blues
I'm Grievin' and I'm Worryin'
Working Man Blues
Poor and Ain't Got a Dime

as "The Devil's Daddy-in-Law"

I Don't Want No Hungry Woman
Lookin' For My Baby
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Thanks lovescene4, I remember trying to find Anderson and Council records back in the 80's, and not finding any.
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nosaj wrote:Thanks lovescene4, I remember trying to find Anderson and Council records back in the 80's, and not finding any.
Cheers nosaj: you're welcome... The Council solo tracks are on CD 'Carolina Blues 1937-1947' (Document label, Austria), though I think I prefer his work with Blind Boy Fuller...
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im gonna check it out also thanks.. love the old Blues stuff.
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I finally read the magazine in its entirety today (thanks Nick! :wink: ). There's nothing "new" or revolutionary in the content per se, but the articles are still a good read. Mark Blake's story on Syd is very well written. And of course, no surprise, Roger Waters comes off as an arrogant prick in the interviews.
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And I think the Hawkwind's cover of Cymbaline is worth checking out, I definitely want to :D
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moom wrote:And I think the Hawkwind's cover of Cymbaline is worth checking out, I definitely want to :D
It's very good, as it the Acid Mother Temple's Crystal Rainbow Pyramid. 8)
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i looked yesterday still cant find it in canada ! maybee next week ?
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Syd'sSexy wrote:It's very good, as it the Acid Mother Temple's Crystal Rainbow Pyramid. 8)
Yay. Acid Mothers Temple are brilliant.