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    "Fire" -- I am the god of hellfire! (1968) by Arthur Brown.
    One last Halloween video favorite post (from me) before I'm off to answer the door & hand out goodies to the Ghoulies for the rest of the night. LoL.
    Unpleasant Dreams.

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    Greg Lake and ELP had a rousing rendition of this tune, but seems to be missing from YouTube.... Maybe next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
    "Fire" -- I am the god of hellfire! (1968) by Arthur Brown.
    Greg Lake and ELP had a rousing rendition of this tune, but seems to be missing from YouTube.... Maybe next year.
    I only could find a sound only version...

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    Sue Saad and the Next, When I was a Young Girl.



    I hadn't heard this one in years.
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    John Lennon, Gimme Some Truth



    Another John Lennon timeless classic.
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    Jonathan Richman and the Lovers, Ice Cream Man.



    Another one I had not heard in decades...
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    Procol Harum - Whiter Shade of Pale

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    Allen Parsons - Sirus/Eye In The Sky

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    Quote Originally Posted by epo333 View Post
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    Procol Harum - Whiter Shade of Pale
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    Allen Parsons - Sirus/Eye In The Sky
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    I'm more of a vintage video fan, but it is nice to see some classic rock tunes with a full orchestral accompaniment, that may not been have been available back in the day.
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    Very cool Procol Harum had the vintage Hammond keyboard on hand. Always loved that soft warm tone.
    At first was confused by the anemic baby grand piano, but turned out to be a digital baby grand. I couldn't recognize the brand. Yamaha maybe? Any one else?
    Sounded good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
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    I'm more of a vintage video fan, but it is nice to see some classic rock tunes with a full orchestral accompaniment, that may not been have been available back in the day.
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    Very cool Procol Harum had the vintage Hammond keyboard on hand. Always loved that soft warm tone.
    At first was confused by the anemic baby grand piano, but turned out to be a digital baby grand. I couldn't recognize the brand. Yamaha maybe? Any one else?
    Sounded good.
    Thats funny, I was thinking the same thing about that Hammond Organ, many of them sported a Lesly Speaker(s), you know the one with the spinning horn resonate tweeters.

    https://www.soundonsound.com/techniq...d-organ-part-1


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    Quote Originally Posted by calikid View Post
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    At first was confused by the anemic baby grand piano, but turned out to be a digital baby grand. I couldn't recognize the brand. Yamaha maybe? Any one else?
    Sounded good.
    From the sound of it, I'd say a Yamaha. They have a distinct sound.
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