g'uster's reference to "Dark Side of the Rainbow"

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  1. Curtis Lotter

    Curtis Lotter Stunt Coordinator

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    Many of you probably know about watching the Wizard of Oz while playing Dark side of the Moon in sych. Here's a link for those who don't know about it. http://www.turnmeondeadman.net/DSotR/Intro.html

    I recently got the new cd by g'uster (keep it together) and was surprised by the lyrics on "Come Downstairs And Say Hello", song #9. The song starts out with the lyrics: "dorothy moves to click her ruby shoes, right in tune with dark side of the moon"

    I picked up g'uster after seeing them open for John Mayer. Great opening act and I really like the cd. Recommended for anyone who may like a cross of REM, Gin Blossoms, The Records, even a little Beatles.
     
  2. John Berggren

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    It's just Guster. They are excellent. I can't wait for their live DVD/CD on May 18.
     
  3. Curtis Lotter

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    Good news on the upcoming DVD, I'll be buying it.

    How are their earlier cd's?
     
  4. John Berggren

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    All of their albums are great. However, I think their current album may be their best. Closely followed by Parachute and Lost & Gone Forever. Goldfly is an album that took a while to grow on me, but now that it has, I love it too.

    I'd suggest picking up Lost & Gone or Parachute next if you want to take it one disc at a time.
     
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    If you're starting with "Keep It Together," you might as well work your way backwards and pick up "Lost And Gone Forever" next. I still feel the latest album is their weakest entry to date, which is not to say it's bad. I am looking forward to the DVD, though.
     
  6. Curtis Lotter

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    Thanks for suggestions! I look forward to picking up "Lost & Gone Forever" next. [​IMG]

    Curt
     

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