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Re: Music Influenced by Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Post by Weird Harold   » Wed Apr 24, 2019 12:15 pm

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Nergion wrote:Interesting to note that it's mostly older artists who are being listed here. Perhaps escapism in music was more popular in 4-5 decades ago.


Not more popular, just better kmownl it takes a whilw for background music to become well-known.
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Re: Music Influenced by Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Post by RosemarieLadson   » Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:59 am

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Louis R wrote:::snort::

Try Fantasia - all of the music for which [other than a bit of fill like the tuning of the orchestra] was at least 50 years old when it first screened.

Nergion wrote:I’d start with the most obvious ones, Blue Oyster Cult and Rush.

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Yes, it is very interesting to pay attention to the fact connected to the music composing. That is the reason I feel during the process of listening like this picture is

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Re: Music Influenced by Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Post by beverlycook   » Tue Jun 25, 2019 5:39 am

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Imaginos1892 wrote:I’d start with the most obvious ones, Blue Oyster Cult and Rush.

Mannheim Steamroller's Fresh Aire 5 album.

Led Zeppelin, Ramble On
Styx, Come Sail Away

Jefferson Airplane, Crown Of Creation — from John Wyndham's The Chrysalids

Jefferson Starship, most of the Nuclear Furniture album


Great list! I enjoyed every song from it.
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Re: Music Influenced by Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Post by Imaginos1892   » Tue Jun 25, 2019 9:02 pm

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beverlycook wrote:Great list! I enjoyed every song from it.

Thank you.

D'oh! HOW could I have left out Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds album? With Justin Hayward, David Essex, Julie Covington and Phil Lynott, narrated by Richard Burton.

Kind of drags in a couple of places, but amazing overall. Still got the original vinyl records, and the CD set.

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