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Four moments

Postby Drumstruck » Mon Jun 20, 2016 7:07 pm

Not a website but inspirational nonetheless - Sebastian Hardy's Four Moments album 1975 - just played the record after many years and noted that it was produced by Jon English - a fine album indeed. Fwiw they played at my high school around that time - what a leveller.
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Re: Four moments

Postby Chris H » Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:39 am

I saw them at Storey Hall, Melbourne. Great live show and the sound quality was great.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0cnzlbFmaQ

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Re: Four moments

Postby chrisp » Tue Jul 05, 2016 6:42 pm

They opened for YES in Sydney some years back now (also Melbourne I think, where there was some drama about them having a plug pulled to get them off stage!). I was in the seat just behind Glenn A Baker. I bought the 4 moments CD that night
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Re: Four moments

Postby Chris H » Tue Jul 05, 2016 8:33 pm

...having the plug pulled to get them off stage! Thats classic :D They also opened for Focus back in the day. Yan Akkerman's signature sound included the use of a wall of Yamaha revolving speaker cabinets and Mario also used a revolving speaker cab. Not long after seeing the show live, I was playing in a Melb band and the keyboard player had a home made revolving baffle on a speaker cab that i used. It was called a Bach... Nothing can replicate the sound of that thing throwing guitar notes all over a room!!! As it sped up it used to go through two or three speed sections that made it physically wobble around at various intensity. I had it on one side of the stage and grizzly, my old home made Quad valve amp on the other side of the stage.......bloody awsome it was!
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