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Iris Hidding posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: My show, including interviews with Michael Wilton of Queensrÿche, Steve Vantsis of TILT, and Novatia is now available on my website! :D Go check it out!
Paul Smith wrote on Big Big Train's wall: High Speed Derby BigBigTraincloudstationscape (6 likes, 3 comments)
Greg Spawton wrote on Big Big Train's wall: https://www.facebook.com/gregoryspawton/posts/10154048882804397 (30 likes, 1 comment)
Paul Smith wrote on Big Big Train's wall: More live music La Villa Strangiato - The spirit of Rush at Derby Flowerpot last night, great night, more pics later (2 likes)
Jon White wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Many prog fans from the 80s 'revival' have some cassettes buried somewhere. The sure sign of an 'early years' fan. Got any? (2 likes)
Ian Ashleigh wrote on Big Big Train's wall: I saw this postcard in my local branch of W H Smith this morning, and thought of my fellow Passengers :) Have a good Sunday :) (4 likes)
Gary Williams wrote on Big Big Train's wall. (2 likes, 1 comment)
Stuart Harris wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Does anyone still like cassettes? I have "discovered" 2 boxes of about 450 tapes of Prog , rock, and other music including demos and live tapes in the garage, which if anyone's interested they can have. You'll have to collect as they are too heavy to post. They are in Northampton. PM me if you're interested.
Roger Trenwith posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: "I feel that I should be typing in hushed tones of reverence. Mr. Rudess garners enormous respect and some might consider him a Rock God. Mr. Minnemann is actually the God of Drums and Mr. Levin is actually God. There’s this – and there’s the fact that they are now a high-powered legal firm." :) (3 likes)
Michael Heller posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: ,,,Maybe during the last few days of September, maybe?? :-D (2 likes, 2 comments)
Marc Catchpole posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: A Big Big Train opens this classic movie & if you haven't time to watch it all, just revel in the syncopation of the first 4 minutes where the dialogue mimics the rythyms of a train. Cracking stuff! (2 likes, 1 comment)
Jeff Cooper wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Quite! (13 likes, 1 comment)
Paul Turner posted a photo on Big Big Train's wall: Tomorrow going to be a good day. Off down South. I have abstained for the last few days from listening to the new albums from Cairo and Marillion, both have had lavish praise in all reviews, and they will get a serious listen on the journey. I will spend a couple of hours with some wonderful people before training into London to meet up with a couple of fellow passengers, also wonderful people. Then onwards to the Albert Hall to see a bloke who used to be in Pink Floyd. Late train back to my fri... (11 likes, 1 comment)
Kieron Bowker wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Any Tubes fans out there in the steam? Might be a few tickets left for the 7th at Stamford Bridge. See you There! (4 likes, 10 comments)
Simon Cooke posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: So then, favourite musical interludes in films? Not a favourite but definitely one of the weirdest I've seen! It was a toss-up between this and Willows song. (3 likes, 1 comment)
Bob Sage posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Every family - even Winkie's - has that one, slightly odd, cousin... (17 likes, 2 comments)
Peter Rogers wrote on Big Big Train's wall: We were heading to London for some of half-term but have changed our plans. Just booked a couple of nights at the hotel in Marwell Zoo, will be going to the park there and heading to Winchester and Salisbury before spending the rest of the week at my parents in Blandford. There will be a little bit of BBT to our week - we'll be re-living the Folklore video in Winchester (and researching my comic series that is set in and around the city) along with hoping to see the Salisbury giant too. (8 likes, 1 comment)
Jason Macy wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Toying with using Apple Music. Does anyone know if it is fair to artists. For example, if BBT comes out with a new album and instead of buying the album I listen to it many many times on Apple Music, does BBT get fairly compensated. I want to do what is right by the artists I love. Any ideas? (4 comments)
Alan Wilson wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Just ordered the new Marillion album . The general consensus seems to be it's a belter . (26 likes, 22 comments)
Niall Brannigan wrote on Big Big Train's wall: I have posted this on my own FB page but, as so many of my fellow Passengers have helped me to get here, with their support and kind words, I thought I would share it. Thanks everyone. The 24th of September. There was a time, back in the midst of pneumonia, lung shadows and debilitating coughing, when I thought this day would never come. But, as my health improved, my hopes rose. Then, in the past few weeks, as Janet's horrible allergic reaction meant many hours in A&E, the doubts set in again.... (67 likes, 15 comments)