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Comment: VINYL 33 1/3RPM / 1974 US PRESSING / DJ LABEL / COVER HAS HINT OF RING WEAR + SLIGHT EDGE/CORNER WEAR + PRICE STICKER ON FRONT / CONDITION (COVER/VINYL) VG+/EX / JANUS:JXS7008 / WILL SHIP MEDIA MAIL
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things to come LP

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  • Vinyl
  • Label: JANUS
  • ASIN: B0041339QE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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By Geary Sheridan on July 8, 2009
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For me, "Things to Come" by Seventh Wave was a main stay at University in the early seventies. It was great; putting on the headphones and doing homework to music of the sorts. I still have that LP. Someday, I hope to own the CD version. Maybe, one of the sellers will accept $18.98 (American), for his or her [IMPORT]!?! With reluctant anticipation, I'll be checking from time to time.
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A great example of early synthesizer music! Reminding you of a time when it seemed like music was going to take off in a new and exciting way. Released in 1974, Ken Elliot, keyboards and vocals, and Kieran O'Connor, percussion, do a wonderful job, even in today's standards! In my opinion, this was the beginning of the PROG type sound of today.
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