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Thread: Live Bootleg '82: What was I thinking?
Myron

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12-11-2009 00:41 Forum: General Discussion


Is an Ultimate Horrendous Disc still a possibility or should we give up on that?
Thread: What is your least favorite album from DA?
Myron

Replies: 50
Views: 28,788
11-16-2009 00:13 Forum: General Discussion


I'd have to go with Fearfull Symmetry allthough I haven't really heard Bibleland.
Thread: Mr. Amos & the "to do" list
Myron

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Views: 38,050
10-13-2009 01:05 Forum: General Discussion


Sorry for my ignorance but what is "Midget"?
Thread: Mr. Amos & the "to do" list
Myron

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Views: 38,050
10-11-2009 22:58 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by digger
Holding tight has never been one of my strong point's. Back in the "day"
I never knew(live in canada) when a new record was coming until I saw it in the store, all this new technology makes me much more anxious. But the anticipation is also part of the fun.


Hmmm, I live in Canada too and I knew about "Horrendous Disc" in 1978 or 1979 at the latest but didn't see it in the store until 1981!
Thread: Ultimate Horrendous Disc Update?
Myron

Replies: 359
Views: 249,395
08-07-2009 00:54 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Audiori J
Before Larry's death he was transfering a lot of old tapes to digital and getting them mastered with the intention of getting a lot of stuff that hasn't been out.. out. Some through Arena Rock and some through his own labels, his death I am sure slowed things down, but I think that comment at his funeral is an indication that he wanted the plans to continue after he was gone.


Yes, I attended the funeral and someone (I think it was Charles) said that in Larry's final days he was giving instructions for future releases, and specifically mentioned the royalty rate Steve Scott was to get for "Moving Pictures" when it was released.
Thread: Illegal Stuff and Downloads
Myron

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Views: 125,795
08-31-2008 18:17 Forum: General Discussion


My parents forced me to listen to Honeytree....I WIN!!
Thread: Canada
Myron

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Views: 17,154
RE: Canada 06-29-2008 23:52 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Strange Animal
how is this on-topic? Confused Tongue


I've seen Daniel Amos play live in Canada several times.
Thread: Canada
Myron

Replies: 29
Views: 17,154
RE: Canada 06-28-2008 01:23 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by clipon
Yay Canada
Im filling out my work permit application so i can stay with my fiancee after graduation. Love this country (and this girl)



That's funny, I'm getting my US Work Visa next week to exit Canada and work in the US for three months.
Thread: Secret Scripts & 3D Glasses
Myron

Replies: 15
Views: 11,766
RE: Aslan 05-15-2008 00:23 Forum: General Discussion


Think of a cross between Queen and Glad, at least the one track of their's that I heard reminded me of that
Thread: R.I.P. Larry Norman
Myron

Replies: 116
Views: 76,151
RE: A Tribute Song for Larry 04-21-2008 01:18 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Dr Rich
quote:
Originally posted by wakachiwaka
quote:
Originally posted by peawinkel
Richard Cummins with Phil Keaggy:
http://www.myspace.com/richardcumminsmusic

I really REALLY need to get this guy's CDs someday.


Me too. Pleased


I have it and it's a great CD, very retro Beatlesque on many of the tracks, and some trippy stuff with a throwback nod to 70's Jesus Music. It's one of those type of CD's that grows on you over time. The Keaggy and Stonehill contributions are a nice touch too. I am biased, because he lives in my town, and attends my church, but that being said, it really is an impressive CD...I'd like it even if I didn't know him. Do yourself a favour and order it.
Thread: Amos and Randy
Myron

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Views: 9,448
RE: Amos and Randy 04-02-2008 00:08 Forum: General Discussion


That show was around August 1979. DA is not the backing band, although Alex MacDougal is on drums, his brother Beau is on guitar (as is Randy), bass is David Coy (I think) and Tom Howard is on piano. There must have been a test pressing done of it years ago that the CD was burned from, but GN and LTTKR have been used as bonus tracks on other CDs so they have already been digitized from some tapes, and were both originally on the Greenbelt Live! complilation album released in the fall of 1979.
I think the recording and performance is quite stunning, especially the more electric version of "Keep Me Running". If you notice close, Randy also plays (quite well) some harmony lead guitar parts.
Thread: shotgun angel
Myron

Replies: 23
Views: 13,460
03-06-2008 01:05 Forum: General Discussion


I mentioned this on another thread, that I spoke to Alex McDougal at Larry Norman's funeral. He said there is some talk of a Shotgun Angel 30th anniversary tour with the six DA members from that era, can you elaborate on that at all Mr. T?
Thread: R.I.P. Larry Norman
Myron

Replies: 116
Views: 76,151
RE: the memorial service 03-02-2008 03:01 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Ron E
I'm glad you got the chance to go! Did they video tape it, I know they talked of doing a live feed to the internet or something...


I was there as well. They did film it, at least they had live footage showing on the screen throughout, so a camera was running.

Of interest to DA fans is that Alex MacDougall was there and I enjoyed the chance to meet him. I'm not sure if this has already been posted but the six member lineup from the late 70's is considering re-uniting to do some sort of tour of the entire Shotgun Angel album...wouldn't that be something if it does come about?
Thread: R.I.P. Larry Norman
Myron

Replies: 116
Views: 76,151
02-29-2008 01:13 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by jiminy
I thank the Lord for some of these great mems of Larryboy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EdtqGB-Yx0&feature=related

I loved this video- (it was the subtitles that made me grab it- Poika that I am)
but its a very poignant tune of his I've never heard.
the man had his moments..for sure.


He wrote that song for his son when his marriage was splitting up and they were going to be living a state apart. It was on the "Home At Last" "comeback" album in 1989. It's a song Larry didn't perform many times, but one that got him emotionally when he would do it live.
Thread: R.I.P. Larry Norman
Myron

Replies: 116
Views: 76,151
RE: Missing out, indeed... 02-28-2008 00:29 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by ladrtrk55
There are no liner notes so I'm without a clue as to who is who or what is played by who.


If you are referring to the Quiet Night album, that was a compilation album of a three album box set he released in 1985 to his mailing list called "Barchaelogy". Two of the albums "Letter of the Law" and "Labour of Love" were basically covers of Tom Howard songs he recorded around 1983. I'm unsure if they were recorded in California or England, and whether it various "Young Lions" band members or possibly members of the Norman Barratt Band. When Larry did the album his voice was abit shot from a cold and maybe too much singing and you can hear it. The third album is the original and very rare 1970 album "Street Level". The two tracks from side two of "Street Level" that appear on Quiet Night are "Sigrid Jane" and "I Don't Wanna Lose You" and you can tell those tracks sound sonically rougher and different than the pop rock sound of the other tracks on Quiet Night. Larry is playing his classical guitar on those two tracks along with some studio cats including (I believe) Ray Charles bass player. Those are the only two songs on the album he wrote.
Thread: Ultimate Horrendous Disc Update?
Myron

Replies: 359
Views: 249,395
11-06-2007 10:20 Forum: General Discussion


Isn't this current release version's song order the same as the white label test pressing that Solid Rock first sent out back around 1979 (excluding the bonus tracks of course)?
Thread: Ultimate Horrendous Disc Update?
Myron

Replies: 359
Views: 249,395
11-04-2007 03:32 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Mark
Oh yeah, even the extra songs are different versions than you've heard before.


So Mark what are the extra songs like? Are you saying "After All These Years" and "Fairy Tale" are different than the tracks we've heard in the past? And what about the other unfamiliar songs, are they decent recordings and similiar in style to HD?
Thread: Ultimate Horrendous Disc Update?
Myron

Replies: 359
Views: 249,395
11-04-2007 03:30 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Audiori J
Last I heard, they wanted $50,000 for the album. But that was a few years ago.


So are you still considering including the original Maranatha version of HD with the rest of the HD session era bonus tracks that you have on the Stunt version? I think that would make it a very interesting and compelling release in it's own right.
Thread: Ultimate Horrendous Disc Update?
Myron

Replies: 359
Views: 249,395
10-14-2007 19:22 Forum: General Discussion


Sorry for my ignorance, I haven't been following the DFBB thread. So Arena Rock has bought the rights to DFBB and will be releasing it? Is this the same Arena Rock that is putting out an Anthology CD of Larry Norman for the secular market?
Thread: Ultimate Horrendous Disc Update?
Myron

Replies: 359
Views: 249,395
10-14-2007 01:32 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by audiori
I'm guessing that ARena Rock was able to pay whatever they wanted.


Pay whatever they wanted for what?
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