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SMOKALOTAPOT

Help on an instrumental

Post by SMOKALOTAPOT » Fri Mar 19, 2004 1:26 am



pete&geets gave this one alot of airplay i beleive it was vangelis.slow synth melody.this is very hard to descibe but if anyone can give me leads and i can try downloads till i get it ,this would help.i've tried lots of dwnlds so far,snake eyes!!!i've heard it lots early 80s,but never again!descibing it is like trying to explain how a good steak tastes!HELP



KMFDM10000

Help on an instrumental

Post by KMFDM10000 » Fri Mar 19, 2004 11:19 am

All I can think of is Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield. You probably tried that.

SMokALotAPot

Help on an instrumental

Post by SMokALotAPot » Sun Mar 28, 2004 3:38 am

OR could someone list vangelis songs that CFNY played during that era?the trouble is most the downloads for vangelis are in album form!(takes a long time to download)this track i seek was not an uptempo bit,rather,a haunting type melody with repeat fades(there that should really confuse)i think if it got any play today,we'd be shoping....

audiofool

Help on an instrumental

Post by audiofool » Sun Mar 28, 2004 8:09 am

Chariots of Fire maybe ?

I think they also played Yin and Yang from his China album once in a while.

Or it could be something from Tangerine Dream's album Exit.

There was also a Soft Machine album titled "Land Of Cockayne" that got a fair amount of play in late '81/early '82 ....check out the track "Lotus Groves", as it also fits the description in your first post.

smokalotapot

Help on an instrumental

Post by smokalotapot » Sat Apr 03, 2004 12:18 pm

definatly not chariots of eggs(sctv)as far as lotus groves goes,i can't find a listing on winmx!!Tubular bells is 5 miles out on that one.i'd say it sounds simalar to tomita's 1974 snowflakes are dancing but the notes aren't as poppy as tomita,but a blend of synth with notes of a high scale.STILL FISHING!!PLEASE KEEP ADDING YOUR THOUGHTS,MUCH APPREACHEATED!



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