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Warhorse live clip 1971


Bumped into this at YouTube.

I find it excellent.

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Bumped into this at YouTube.

I find it excellent.

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Nothing new here, a Beat Club snippet (there's one more, with "I Who Have Nothing") - seen it many times. Professional as it may seem, shows that Warhorse actually stopped exactly where they started. So many things happened in the music of early 70's, while Simper & co. were stuck in early DP/Spooky Tooth aesthetics.

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Well I must apologize then.
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Bumped into this at YouTube.

I find it excellent.

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Thanks Rezi! Very good indeed.
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Bumped into this at YouTube.

I find it excellent.

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Nothing new here, a Beat Club snippet (there's one more, with "I Who Have Nothing") - seen it many times. Professional as it may seem, shows that Warhorse actually stopped exactly where they started. So many things happened in the music of early 70's, while Simper & co. were stuck in early DP/Spooky Tooth aesthetics.



Eh? Whatever does your statement have to do with the music played in the clip? And why do you watch it many times if you don't like it?

A band/musician does not have to change their style every year. Best example, AC/DC had the same style for about 34 years and is still great.
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Yeah, Mr. Snip, I think that is an excellent performance!

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quote:

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Bumped into this at YouTube.

I find it excellent.

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Nothing new here, a Beat Club snippet (there's one more, with "I Who Have Nothing") - seen it many times. Professional as it may seem, shows that Warhorse actually stopped exactly where they started. So many things happened in the music of early 70's, while Simper & co. were stuck in early DP/Spooky Tooth aesthetics.



Eh? Whatever does your statement have to do with the music played in the clip? And why do you watch it many times if you don't like it?

A band/musician does not have to change their style every year. Best example, AC/DC had the same style for about 34 years and is still great.



Never been a fan of neither Warhorse nor AC/DC. Saw this clip many times (to convince myself - after all, why shouldn't I?), but still I'm sceptical. My good right - as well as to say here whatever I feel about the bands/musicians from Purple family.
Still on the topic - see how adventurous were two Captain Beyond albums and how pale are both Warhorse LP's when compared to CB.

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Nothing new there, have heard both many times?

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two Captain Beyond albums



Nothing new there, have heard both many times?

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Sure - I just used this as a reference point, how exciting music could Rod Evans create (or rather co-create) and how tedious seems to me Nick Simper's Warhorse (nothing against Nick himself, who is a very nice chap emoticon )
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two Captain Beyond albums



Nothing new there, have heard both many times?

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Sure - I just used this as a reference point, how exciting music could Rod Evans create (or rather co-create) and how tedious seems to me Nick Simper's Warhorse (nothing against Nick himself, who is a very nice chap emoticon )



Ok, I must have missed your point then.
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