Re: [avant-progressive] new
- Wellcome Gerald my friend!
You can add alot to this group!
--- Gerald Van Waes <Gerald.Van.Waes@...> wrote:
> I'm new to this group.
> I followed a few other newsletters in the psych / prog field, but I'm
> a bit dissapointed discussions begin to become too speciliazed in 2nd
> grade items or too dominated by what I call now traditional and
> conservative progressive music interests, with an emphasis on the
> most obvious "prog" groups (Yes,Genesis,ELP,..) and pop groups
> (Beatles,..) without even getting beyond these groups in people
> around the world who did similar things or even better things.
> After having browsed a bit for generally considdered classics as
> collector's items in several countries, I found out it's
> relatively "easy" to find such items or at least information about
> them. But I didn't find many people yet who are open to what lays
> beyond the usual prog definition.
> New music is an interest too & contemporary music. It's relatively
> easy to find information on RIO-styled items.
> What interest me most are founded interesting compositions, hopefully
> with a human or controlled touch, no matter how insane the ideas are.
> But it's hard to find the most fundamental ground braking items here.
> So I guess this list will be the place to be.
> I have a weekly radioshow on Radio Centraal in Antwerpen. I hope
> through this list I will be directed a bit into horizon expanding
> music teritories.
> Gerald Van Waes
> (several pages on my website, feel free to have a look, and feel free
> to make any remarks).
> For the moment I'm searching in the first place for music with glass
> instruments,interesting Swedish & Israeli items, and a couple more
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