Post by Preston Platform on Jun 5, 2010 18:16:54 GMT -5
A live extract from Guy Mannings epic House on The Hill from the great No 10 CD performed at Rosfest. Check out S. Dundons flute at 1 .39 Guy is a huge Tull fan and many of his compositions feature tull like flute
Post by Preston Platform on Jun 7, 2010 16:33:31 GMT -5
I mentioned Asia Minor earlier in the thread. This track is a much better example of their flute prog style....loads of flute in this one, than the one posted earlier. check out the flute style at 4.30
Post by Preston Platform on Jun 17, 2010 16:46:30 GMT -5
Italian band La Secondi Genesi with Vedo un altro mondo
Some good Tull like flute at 3.10 and 4.28 and 5 .37 I am not really familiar with this release , but another of their releases Tutto deve finire was recently available at Amazon UK cheaply and contains lots of great Tull like flute
Post by Preston Platform on Jun 19, 2010 16:45:30 GMT -5
One of my favourite flute prog CDs Capitolo 6 featuring part of the title track Frutti Per Kagua which is actually about 18mins long. It has lots of great flute riffs in it check out 10.00 ff. Apologies if I have posted them before .
Guadalquivir play in a flamenco jazz fusion style in their general life composition. Reminds of Al Dimeola ..nice flute thoughout
Just listened to that one all the way through and really enjoyed it. Different style than Tull, but it has the Tullish bombast and the flute reminds me of the way Ian plays now, as opposed to how he used to play. If Tull were to venture into flamenco, that's pretty much how they would sound.
I am going to be listening to some more of your recent bands here, and definitely more of Rob's stuff, now that I am "back" here after being upset the last day or two. Two of the things I am most passionate about seemed to be in direct conflict with each other, but there is now hope that there might not be any conflict after all!
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