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Rob Taylor

Member Since Thursday, 24 April 2014
Last here Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Last post 21 May 2019

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20 Apr 2019

That’s a wonderful selection Mark

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20 Apr 2019

Alright Kevin !! Great selection mate !

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12 Apr 2019

Great list. I know it’s a minor offering in the grand schemes, but I love the live album “Circus” which I came upon one day and was a impulse buy

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12 Apr 2019

Enjoy Kev ! I could have included quite a few more, and I really should’ve put in the wonderful Laughing Clowns compilation, Cruel, But Fair but it was a stream of consciousness and I forgot. I reckon you’d probably get into the Beasts of Bourbon stuff. Feral, country punk rock. We spent a few years down here fantasising about outlier American country rock

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11 Apr 2019

The Ed Kuepper is superb. See if you can score some of the live Ed Kuepper, or a compilation of his Laughing Clowns stuff. I should have incuded Laughing Clowns.

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11 Apr 2019

When I was growing up, we used to pilfer all the NZ bands and call them our own, like Split Enz and even some of the classic Flying Nun bands, so for cred I left them out ! I could have included Midnight Oil, but in an act of wilfulness I left them out because they were not a dominant force for me.

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11 Apr 2019

Thanks Simon. Happy foraging!

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7 Apr 2019

The Marilyn Crispell, Keith Jarrett and Manu Katche are pretty special. Nice list

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7 Apr 2019

Wow. That's a vexed task that one. As a devotee to 60's style psych that grew from the drug laden haze of the 13th Floor Elevators, I can't abide the Tame Impala stuff but the psychedelic family encompasses so, so much, and Bob, you've done a great job

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28 Mar 2019

Something Else and Third World Pyramid were excellent. The wheels only came off between 2009-2014 but well and truly back in the zone.

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