• 01-14-2004, 01:43 PM
    DarrenH
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Troy
    So the DVD is gonna be a second disc in the package? I wonder if they are gonna gouge on the price. That's one JT CD I don't have . . . yet. I saw them a couple nights before that LA show. Not exactly the band's heyday, but it'd still be great to see. Thanks for the info, bro.

    From what I read, yes. I haven't seen the original vhs so I can't comment on it's quality or what they might improve upon but I definately look forward to watching this. I have read where others are just raving about this video and how amazing Eddie Jobson is.

    As for price, who knows. If Gov't Mule can put out a 2 CD plus DVD package for less than $25 there's no reason this combo shouldn't cost more than $16. Less if possible.

    Darren
  • 01-14-2004, 01:53 PM
    Troy
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by DarrenH
    As for price, who knows. If Gov't Mule can put out a 2 CD plus DVD package for less than $25 there's no reason this combo shouldn't cost more than $16. Less if possible.

    Darren

    Yeah, the RPWL disc that came with the DVD was $16.
  • 01-15-2004, 06:37 AM
    Dave_G
    I don't think Tull will be price gouging the A remaster
    Ya, I am so pleased at the way great price drop of dvd's. I got that new PG one for 13 bucks and that U2 for that price.

    Even the Pallas, Transatlantic, Arena, and Pendragon dvd's were only 20 bucks.

    HOWEVER,

    The Flower Kings boxed set (2 cd's and 2 dvd's) was high though, I dropped 36 clams + tax for that pup at a store. Online I see it for like 27 bucks or so.

    Dave
  • 01-15-2004, 06:08 PM
    Chip_B
    Yeah, I know I'm two days late, but what the hell... How else am I ever gonna get rid of that damned 'site newbie' label?

    CDs:

    Gene Vincent - Rocky Road Blues
    Duncan Sheik - Daylight
    Storyville - A Piece of Your Soul
    The Tragically Hip - Music @ Work
    SRV - Texas Flood
    Various Artists - Get The Blues 2
    Johnny Marr and the Healers - Boomslang
    Manic Street Preachers - Everything Must Go (god-awful crap from 1st cut to last)
    Wide Mouth Mason - s/t (copy that Snowbunny sent me about 14 years ago)
    Pretenders - Viva el Amor!

    Comps (just my own this week):

    Blues Deluxe #2
    Tie-Dyed and Fried #2
    This Rocks! #1
    The 60s Pop 'n' Roll

    -Chip
  • 01-15-2004, 09:03 PM
    Dusty Chalk
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Chip_B
    Yeah, I know I'm two days late, but what the hell... How else am I ever gonna get rid of that damned 'site newbie' label?

    Just wait until you get to "little member" status. You'll be posting like crazy, trying to get rid of that label.
  • 01-16-2004, 11:41 AM
    Demetrio
    Hey, Troy, where did you get that cd named "<b>Epilog</b>" from ANEKDOTEN? Wouldn't it be from <b>ANGLAGARD</b>, huh?

    Arrived only today from a week's vacation trip with my family, that's why only today I am replying this thread. By the way, here's where I spent my past week:

    http://www.guiatamandare.com.br/pcarneiro1.jpg

    Needless to say I didn't have time to listen to music this week. Anyway, the first cd I put in my player when I arrived home last night was the new remastered edition (double cd) of <b>PORCUPINE TREE "Signify"</b>. Awesome stuff!!

    Best prog wishes,

    Demetrio.
  • 01-17-2004, 11:00 AM
    Troy
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Demetrio
    Hey, Troy, where did you get that cd named "<b>Epilog</b>" from ANEKDOTEN? Wouldn't it be from <b>ANGLAGARD</b>, huh?

    Arrived only today from a week's vacation trip with my family, that's why only today I am replying this thread. By the way, here's where I spent my past week:

    http://www.guiatamandare.com.br/pcarneiro1.jpg

    Anglagard, Anekdoten, whatever!

    Oh man, does THAT beach look great!
  • 01-17-2004, 05:12 PM
    Demetrio
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Troy
    Oh man, does THAT beach look great!

    Yeah, I was in paradise this past week indeed. This paradise has a name, <b>Tamandaré</b>, and is located in the state of Pernambuco, about 300 km far from where I live. There's a site with more photos and aditional information about that wonderful place, at this link:

    http://www.guiatamandare.com.br/

    Cheers,

    Demetrio.