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Thread: Hey Tim...
Normal As The Next Guy

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11-07-2003 23:17 Forum: General Discussion


Now I can't wait to go upstairs and hear that one! One last question along the same lines:

Many people here have the same analysis of the Darn Floor Big Bite album, which is, that it sounds weird at first, but then it just kind of grows on you, and then one day you're saying "this thing is a masterpiece!"

So, my question is, what was your feeling when making the DFBB album, compared to your feeling when soaking in the finished prodcut? Did you realize what a great work was being made at the time?

Everything seems to fall together so magically on DFBB. Wouldn't you agree?
Norm
Thread: Hey Tim...
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RE: thumping 11-07-2003 23:00 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by HEMISPHERICALHEADS
quote:
Originally posted by tchandler
hey, norm--



two of the tracks, that to me, have a perfect marriage of music and lyric are "boomtown" and "chicken crosses the road."

there are too many to name!


Chicken is one that hits me too..... That was my first TST solo project I ever heard, my kids really dig the whistling on "Ten Gallon Hat"
"C'mon Dad , play that again.." Big Grin


My kids dig TGH too, as do I.
Thread: Hey Tim...
Normal As The Next Guy

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11-07-2003 22:51 Forum: General Discussion


I'm going to give those two songs a good listen tonight, on the ol' JW disc, to see what you mean.

Here is another qeustion i've been meaning to ask you for a while:

With some of the greatest albums made, sometimes the artist will say that they didn't realize how good it was while they were making it. For instance, when Dylan took the Garammy for "Time Out of Mind", he mentioned something like (major paraphrase) "We didn't really realize what we had with this project when we were making it."

Is there a project, with Terry, that you've worked on, where you really didn't realize just how good the project was until after it was released, or maybe even until after some time later?
Norm
Thread: Hey Tim...
Normal As The Next Guy

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11-07-2003 22:42 Forum: General Discussion


bumpin' this thread to the top, so that you can see it, Tim.
Thread: Hey Tim...
Normal As The Next Guy

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Hey Tim... 11-07-2003 14:54 Forum: General Discussion


What do you think is Terrry's most ingenius lyric, or at least a lyric you like the most?

Or do you just pay attention to all that thumping in the background? Wink
Norm
Thread: What would you like to see Taylor do?
Normal As The Next Guy

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11-06-2003 23:55 Forum: General Discussion


I'd like to see Terry try to gargle his ABCs and cluck like a chicken at the same time. He's got a good start with his "Gargling Drummer" piece on Neverhood Songs.
Thread: What would you like to see Taylor do?
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11-06-2003 09:55 Forum: General Discussion


"Pip"? Now he's working for Gladys Knight?
Thread: A Quote From The Bible - Surf's Up
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11-06-2003 09:04 Forum: General Discussion


I always liked

"Hold fast to hope that's in you;
don't always trust your eyes.",

from "Blessing in Disguise".

It seems those lines were influenced by the scriptures below:

Hebrews 3:6
But Christ as a son over his own house; whose house are we, if we hold fast the confidence and the rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end.

Hebrews 10:23
Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised);

Norm

PS Good thread, Z.
Thread: What would you like to see Taylor do?
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RE: Already did 11-06-2003 01:19 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by John Foxe
Terry already did the Randy thing not too long ago with Uncle Stonehill's Hat. Too bad he wasn't involved in Randy's latest work.

You want to talk about quality work? How about a followup to Wonderama?


Well, I was going to menton that; but Hat is a kids ablum, and Wonderama he didn't write all the songs with Randy, although he did write a lot. It would be nice to hear them playing and singing togther more. Taylor helped out a lot with Equator too. When they team up, great things happen; that's why I want to see more of it. Smile
Thread: What would you like to see Taylor do?
Normal As The Next Guy

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11-04-2003 23:16 Forum: General Discussion


Sacred Cows was OK for a few laughs and all; but who wants to shell out the bucks for some remakes that are being made fun of. I can see shelling out a few bucks for Michael McDonald's new cd of Motown remakes, where he at least appreciates the songs he's singing. Speaking of which, it turns out that Helen Keller's fingers were purple because she heard it through the grapevine.




































ba-doom-ksshhhh!!!!!!!!
Thread: What would you like to see Taylor do?
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11-04-2003 23:01 Forum: General Discussion


A new Eddies album would have to be better than "Sacred Cows", though.
Thread: What would you like to see Taylor do?
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What would you like to see Taylor do? 11-04-2003 22:15 Forum: General Discussion


Things I would like to see him do:

1) More work with Randy Stonehill; a Taylor and Stonehill album would be great.

2) A Surfonic Water Revival Part II
Thread: What is TT's best solo album and why?
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10-31-2003 23:25 Forum: General Discussion


I don't think there been a Petra "best of" form the Beyond Belief to present era. One other that would qulify for a Petra best of would be "Double Take", where they redid some of the older classics.

I think that Beyond Belief and the couple after it represented the best era for Petra.
Thread: What is TT's best solo album and why?
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10-31-2003 19:56 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by audiori
You mean Petra actually released albums? I thought they
just disd a series of 'best of's.


I think they're competing with the Rolling Stones for most "best of" projects.


Petra:
"Petraphonics", "Petarafied", "War and Remembrance", "Power Praise".

Stones:
"Sucking in the 70's", "Hight Tide and Green Grass", "Hot Rocks", "More Hot Rocks", "Forty Licks", "Made in the Shade"

Petra just has two more to go. Of course if I actually went and looked at the Stones catalog thre would probably be like 500 other "best ofs" that I missed.
Thread: What is TT's best solo album and why?
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RE: What is TT's best solo album and why? 10-29-2003 22:38 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by PuP
...I can only say that I am partial to NeverHood. I can hum (most of) those songs all day long. Pleased Does this make me weird? Confused
...


Nope; it doesn't even make you dum de dum doi doi doi. Wink
Thread: What is TT's best solo album and why?
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RE: What is TT's best solo album and why? 10-29-2003 22:35 Forum: General Discussion


quote:
Originally posted by Captain Pedantic
do you mean "you lay down" from John Wayne?
it is finished is a petra tune...


Yes, I meant "You Lay Down"; and I like Petra's song "It is Finished" also. Be sure to get their new cd and crank it loud, btw.
Thread: What is TT's best solo album and why?
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What is TT's best solo album and why? 10-29-2003 21:11 Forum: General Discussion


I only have Neverhood Songs, John Wayne, and Briefing for the Ascent. Its a close call between the latter two; but I'd say John Wayne is my favorite, because of "It is Finished", "Ten Gallon Hat", and several other great songs.

I've been dying to hear "Knowledge and Innocence"; but its hard to fork 25 bucks over to Rad Rockers, which is the minimum amount to be paid to make a RR purchase.
Norm
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