9693Re: Various responses
- Dec 1, 2000--- eichler@e... wrote:
>Well, I was kind of trying to avoid fusion bands, since the original
> What, no mention of Boud Deun!?!? That's it, I'm not writing for
> Ground and Sky any more. ;-)
poster mentioned a distaste of said genre...
> So Godspeed and Mt. Zion feature violin? I'm gonna have to pickYeah, they use a lot of acoustic strings, but generally not in your
> up something by them. By odd coincidence, I just finished listening
> to that sampler CDR you sent me, but I can't remember if the Silver
> Mt. Zion track on that featured violin or not.
usual melodic symphonic style. There's a ton of violin in that
Silver Mt. Zion track I put on your disc :)
GYBE! tend to bury their violin under noise - samples, static, or
electric guitar noise - but it's still definitely there and adds
some poignancy. ASMZ are much more stripped-down, with much less
noise, and so the violin is more prominent.
Ground and Sky Progressive Rock Informational Resource
no: quaterna requiem, "velha gravura" (all this violin talk made me
want to listen to this)
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