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Gary Williams wrote on Big Big Train's wall. (4 likes)
Mark Weaver wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Putting together a list of upbeat tunes for the road. My first song is Sleeper by Camel. Looking for some suggestions as I pour through my collection. (1 like, 17 comments)
Les Kaos wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Wedding anniversary today. 22years. I often joke that I deserve a medal for endurance. She says that SHE is the one that deserves the medal... Yeah, she's probably right... (3 likes, 2 comments)
Geoff Wootton wrote on Big Big Train's wall: TONIGHT, we welcome Bram Stoker to the GI. 70's prog rockers; expect the unexpected. It's certainly going to be a night to remember. Free admission and weird and wonderful from 8:30pm. (1 comment)
Gary Williams wrote on Big Big Train's wall. (10 likes, 4 comments)
Maarten de Heer posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: I had a very nice time last Thursday in Helsinki listening to one of the most pleasant voices in today's music...Have followed Anneke ever since she was in The Gathering, and she has never disappointed :) (5 likes, 1 comment)
James Allen posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: I cannot help but think this guy knows some secrets about guitar solos as well...
Dave Starns posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Stumbled across this just now after not hearing it for years; I forgot how much I liked this song. (3 likes)
Leo Trimming wrote on Big Big Train's wall: SEA CHANGE Festival, Totnes MATTHEW AND ME Blimey! What a great gig by one of Totnes' own - sweet ethereal rock with entrancing sonics that draw you in - then there's also Matthew's beguiling voice to top it off. What a great band. Very full hall loved it. Prog? Maybe not. Beautiful music? Certainly. Truly wonderful gig and lovely people. Turning into quite a weekend... and not even 7.30 pm yet!! (1 like)
Angus Prune wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Thunder and Heavy Rain moving North East (12 comments)
Martin Hutchinson posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Pre-order Glass Hammer now (3 likes)
Ananth Van Der Lekh posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: Thinking of venturing into 5.1 mix albums (likely the Steven Wilson Yes albums). Does anyone know anything of this set up for music:
Dave Gostling wrote on Big Big Train's wall: I,m going to a concert in the USA next week. It,s only costing 45 cents to go. Who,s on ?.......50 cent featuring nickleback :-) (1 like, 2 comments)
Brasil Bond posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Just bought Tix to see these at Maltby in November. Can't wait!
Kenneth Naismith posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Sorry the music is not prog, but some of the sculptures!!! I am sure that a lot of you will appreciate most of these. Enjoy. (11 likes, 1 comment)
Malcolm Newington wrote on Big Big Train's wall: So many breweries, so little time. (3 likes, 1 comment)
Les Kaos posted a video on Big Big Train's wall: Not sure if those on the other side of the puddle got this band back in the day, but this track still gives me chills all these years later.... (10 likes, 12 comments)
Peter Harrison wrote on Big Big Train's wall: Just listening to Lifesigns for the first time. What a brilliant album. Why have I not discovered them before??? (22 likes, 10 comments)
Make Latvanen wrote on Big Big Train's wall: A good cover is nothing to be ashamed of. Parzivals Eye did a nice and relaxed, mostly acoustic version of Long Distance Runaround on their 2nd album and I think it's really neat. No frills, just the essence of the song. (Sorry, no youtube video available, it seems) https://open.spotify.com/track/1nvAY1DhOkpVTaREm04GDU
Graeme Wright posted a link to Big Big Train's wall: I was alerted to this series by a friend and ex work colleague. In Season 1 Episode 7 another ex colleague (and long lost friend ) Paul Matley who was a Conductor at Manchester Piccadilly back in the BR days of 1993 when I started. He is now a freight train driver in Melbourne. Small world indeed. P.S. The gentleman in the picture below is not Paul Matley by the way http://www.discoverychannel.com.au/shows/railroad-australia/# (1 like)