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clwguy
Posted: May 12, 2018 14:43
 

This song is pretty close to god-like 
maclochness
(Pennsylvania)
Posted: Feb 08, 2018 14:21
 

 Steely_D wrote:
After a while, he can work on points for style.

 
Ha {#Cheers}  That was my first thought when this song opened...
Bert7
(The Land of Plenty,BC)
Posted: Dec 12, 2017 21:02
 

I love PT tree, the lyrics in this song makes me want to live...
Piranga
(Boise, ID)
Posted: Oct 13, 2017 13:41
 

Cannot get enough of PT and Steven Wilson.
Steely_D
(Biscayne Bay)
Posted: Jul 13, 2017 16:23
 

After a while, he can work on points for style.
westslope
(BC sage brush steppe)
Posted: Mar 13, 2017 18:04
 

 Proclivities wrote:

The strumming in this song is sort of reminiscent of "Tin Man" by America in some spots, maybe a little more than it sounds like "Dogs" to me.  Still, as you know, it's just a syncopated style of guitar strumming which has been around long before any of those bands.

 
Good catch on America's 'Tin Man'.  I miswrote Sheep, but it was Dogs by Pink Floyd that I had in mind.

Steven Wilson uses a similar syncopated style of guitar strumming in 'My Book of Regrets' on his recent 4 1/2 CD release.
Proclivities
(Paris of the Piedmont)
Posted: Mar 13, 2017 13:26
 

 westslope wrote:

Gimme a break.   This is not Sheep.  FWIW, I know the Animals CD really well; it is my favourite Pink Floyd album.

Though it does remind me of an America song from the early 1970s. 

 
The strumming in this song is sort of reminiscent of "Tin Man" by America in some spots, maybe a little more than it sounds like "Dogs" to me.  Still, as you know, it's just a syncopated style of guitar strumming which has been around long before any of those bands.
westslope
(BC sage brush steppe)
Posted: Mar 13, 2017 13:08
 

 bindi wrote:

Damn!  I was just going to make the same comment.  It is almost exactly the same song. Yuck!  

 
Gimme a break.   This is not Sheep Dogs.  FWIW, I know the Animals CD really well (or I thought I did -hehe- ); it is my favourite Pink Floyd album.

Though it does remind me of an America song from the early 1970s.
bindi
(North Carolina)
Posted: Dec 11, 2016 9:12
 

 Emwolb wrote:

Absoeffinlutely

 
Damn!  I was just going to make the same comment.  It is almost exactly the same song. Yuck!  
Emwolb
(Joisey)
Posted: Sep 09, 2016 6:26
 

 Schmoogsley wrote:
Pink Floyd - Animals

 
Absoeffinlutely
Schmoogsley
Posted: Aug 08, 2016 18:35
 

Pink Floyd - Animals
maboleth
Posted: Aug 08, 2016 18:33
 

Unfortunately SW said "that band doesn't exist anymore" in recent FB live interview. :(
sxediy
Posted: Apr 03, 2016 10:21
 

amazing melody!  guys gather together again for a world tour, modern music lacks such talents

потрясающая мелодия. ребята, соберитесь вместе снова для мирового турне, современной музыкальной сцене  не хватает таких талантов



 


Prius
(Sant Quirze near Barcelona (Spain))
Posted: Mar 02, 2016 9:45
 

This was the short version, shame... the best parts are missing. 10 for the long version, 6 for this one.
Alucard
Posted: Dec 30, 2015 7:34
 

I just wish this was the album version!  
bb_matt
(Oxford, England)
Posted: Sep 27, 2015 8:33
 

So, after more listens this was clearly supposed to nod toward  Floyd. It's grown on me. The lyrics are still uninspiring.
 
Imkirok
(The Arctic Hinter Land)
Posted: Jun 25, 2015 11:28
 

 ski19570 wrote:

Porcupine Tree and Steve Wilson are consistently top on my list. Yes I like the old traditional progressive stuff as well but heading forward this guy has it all. You would be surprised all the set work he’s done with other bands. I ran into him like 12-15 years ago when he did some set work with Marillon back when Fish was still with them. Great stuff. And actually they are a good band to hear live which is hard to do on the progressive stuff. Don’t think the tree has put out a CD that I didn’t like. Sure not all the songs are top on my list but as a whole..
Cheers Steve and keep up the good work!!   {#Cheers} And thanks Bill.. Keep up the good work.. You da man..  {#Notworthy}  



 
Just saw Steven Wilson at a small venue in Minneapolis a few weeks ago.  He put on a great show.  His latest solo album really has a lot of early prog rock influences (Yes, Rush...) and reminds me of early PT stuff.
Mimicoboy
Posted: Mar 22, 2015 10:46
 

 DaidyBoy wrote:

I've not heard any Marillion here. Are they not liked?

 
I'm stunned how little air play Porcupine Tree receives. They're definitely at the top of my list. Everyone that I introduce this band to become instant fans. I've seen this band 4 times live and they are incredible. We love you guys in Toronto. There is so much pure talent.  Keep playing them,  love hearing them.
DaidyBoy
(Bristol, UK)
Posted: Dec 18, 2014 4:18
 

 ski19570 wrote:

Porcupine Tree and Steve Wilson are consistently top on my list. Yes I like the old traditional progressive stuff as well but heading forward this guy has it all. You would be surprised all the set work he’s done with other bands. I ran into him like 12-15 years ago when he did some set work with Marillon back when Fish was still with them. Great stuff. And actually they are a good band to hear live which is hard to do on the progressive stuff. Don’t think the tree has put out a CD that I didn’t like. Sure not all the songs are top on my list but as a whole..
Cheers Steve and keep up the good work!!   {#Cheers} And thanks Bill.. Keep up the good work.. You da man..  {#Notworthy}  



 
I've not heard any Marillion here. Are they not liked?
Foot
(NorCal / Wine)
Posted: Nov 16, 2014 21:22
 

Sorry 'cause I love PT but this track 7 > 6