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TOPIC: Voyage and Abba
#223502
Voyage and Abba 1 Month ago  
If you are interested or involved in Entertainment, it is essential you see this show. It is the future (and the past) of music. See the other Forum for greater detail.
 
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#223735
Re:Voyage and Abba 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Even one hit wonders can now be part of a marvellous "live" show featuring several huge hits from different eras. If enough imagination combines with this stunning technology, we are into a sensational new era - thanks to B&B.
 
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Green Man

Re:Voyage and Abba 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Even one hit wonders can now be part of a marvellous "live" show featuring several huge hits from different eras. If enough imagination combines with this stunning technology, we are into a sensational new era - thanks to B&B.

I would rather Clout refomed and did a UK tour.

I am still wowed by the idea as yet. I hate ABBA music and won't wouldn't of even gone to any of their shows even if they did a comeback tour.

Before I saw a Genesis hologram tour, I would love to see more pressed bootlegs in the pipeline and DVD's.

I wonder how Cherry Red will release From Genesis To Revelation. Was there many outtakes, demos and sessions in your archive JK, when you produced the album ? I am interested ! I know it will be mixed well when it's remastered but hopefully not too polished. Old albums need to sound rustic IMHO.

Cherry Red do release box sets based from one album, because there was so much material saved.
 
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Green Man

Re:Voyage and Abba 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Even one hit wonders can now be part of a marvellous "live" show featuring several huge hits from different eras. If enough imagination combines with this stunning technology, we are into a sensational new era - thanks to B&B.

I don't think the younh people have imaginations these day's, they only like what they see on their devices.

A few hours ago I had a call with a friend about classic bands that touring with one or two members. My response was if the lead singer is still there and a key member who has been with the band from the beginning or on the important albums, then probably yes, if it was a good price also.

I hate that 'Foreigner' still tour with no orginal members or members that are not on the albums. It's now a tribute band. I would like to see Alabama again Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry can still sing and play. The gigs won't be as wild of course.

Kiss have had 10 members but its a Gene and Paul band. Peter Criss is on track on Dynasty but it's a classic album and a lot KISS do like it.

Creatures Of The Night has a lot of session guitarists. However it's a great album to listen to whilst driving.
 
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#224158
robbiex

Re:Voyage and Abba 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Green Man wrote:
JK2006 wrote:
Even one hit wonders can now be part of a marvellous "live" show featuring several huge hits from different eras. If enough imagination combines with this stunning technology, we are into a sensational new era - thanks to B&B.

I don't think the younh people have imaginations these day's, they only like what they see on their devices.

A few hours ago I had a call with a friend about classic bands that touring with one or two members. My response was if the lead singer is still there and a key member who has been with the band from the beginning or on the important albums, then probably yes, if it was a good price also.

I hate that 'Foreigner' still tour with no orginal members or members that are not on the albums. It's now a tribute band. I would like to see Alabama again Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry can still sing and play. The gigs won't be as wild of course.

Kiss have had 10 members but its a Gene and Paul band. Peter Criss is on track on Dynasty but it's a classic album and a lot KISS do like it.

Creatures Of The Night has a lot of session guitarists. However it's a great album to listen to whilst driving.


I think any band that continues without its original lead singer or the singer that was present during their heyday, then they have no credibility. Big Country played one of thes lets rock 80s gigs with I think only one original member (bass player). Obviously Stuart Adamson is no longer with us. Spandau Ballet failed miserably without Tony Hadley, no one can re-create his voice
 
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Green Man

Re:Voyage and Abba 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
robbiex wrote:
Green Man wrote:
JK2006 wrote:
Even one hit wonders can now be part of a marvellous "live" show featuring several huge hits from different eras. If enough imagination combines with this stunning technology, we are into a sensational new era - thanks to B&B.

I don't think the younh people have imaginations these day's, they only like what they see on their devices.

A few hours ago I had a call with a friend about classic bands that touring with one or two members. My response was if the lead singer is still there and a key member who has been with the band from the beginning or on the important albums, then probably yes, if it was a good price also.

I hate that 'Foreigner' still tour with no orginal members or members that are not on the albums. It's now a tribute band. I would like to see Alabama again Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry can still sing and play. The gigs won't be as wild of course.

Kiss have had 10 members but its a Gene and Paul band. Peter Criss is on track on Dynasty but it's a classic album and a lot KISS do like it.

Creatures Of The Night has a lot of session guitarists. However it's a great album to listen to whilst driving.


I think any band that continues without its original lead singer or the singer that was present during their heyday, then they have no credibility. Big Country played one of thes lets rock 80s gigs with I think only one original member (bass player). Obviously Stuart Adamson is no longer with us. Spandau Ballet failed miserably without Tony Hadley, no one can re-create his voice


Journey is another band, Arnel Pineda is good the band hired him after seeing him on YouTube. But is it still Journey is ? Marillion is another one, that causes arguments amongst fans, however I do like their later stuff as well as their early stuff.

I love Genesis with either Peter or Phill singing. I wish they did an instrumental album.

Mike + The Mechanics are still going without the late Paul Young who was a fantastic singer and Paul Carrack is on important songs as well but now tours solo. Andrew Roachford is can incredible singer, I guess with supergroups it's different.
 
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#224249
MCR

Re:Voyage and Abba 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
And then there's the situation where there are two separate bands due to a falling out
case in point UB40 and UB40 featuring Ali Campbell (and before his passing Astro)
I'd rather Ali's version as he was the original lead singer.
Now I didn't mind Duncan too much they had some ok tracks but now he retired and
the passing of saxophonist Brian Travers i have no interest in that group.

Really sad about both Astro and Brian as they were both key members, Astro who shared
some vocals and Brian's unmistakable sax. Plus Brian was always the one you heard in
interviews as more or less the spokesperson.

But yes i'd rather hear Ali's voice in UB40.
 
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Green Man

Re:Voyage and Abba 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
MCR wrote:
And then there's the situation where there are two separate bands due to a falling out
case in point UB40 and UB40 featuring Ali Campbell (and before his passing Astro)
I'd rather Ali's version as he was the original lead singer.
Now I didn't mind Duncan too much they had some ok tracks but now he retired and
the passing of saxophonist Brian Travers i have no interest in that group.

Really sad about both Astro and Brian as they were both key members, Astro who shared
some vocals and Brian's unmistakable sax. Plus Brian was always the one you heard in
interviews as more or less the spokesperson.

But yes i'd rather hear Ali's voice in UB40.


Sounds like Badfinger all over again after the death of Pete Ham.
 
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