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  21st Sep 2012, 2:29 AM#141  QUOTE  REPORT  
Bobzyeruncle

Why don't we put a @#%&ing 12 string on it?
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Robert Tear singing Benjamin Britten's "Winter Words". (HMV HQS 1310)
Aside from sharing a forename, I look like I could have been his identical twin if the picture on the sleeve is anything to go by. :heehee:


  21st Sep 2012, 7:48 AM#142  QUOTE  REPORT  
10inch

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Just listening to The Rolling Stones.

Nice east-german Compilation on Amiga-Label (1982)


  21st Sep 2012, 3:48 PM#143  QUOTE  REPORT  
Milvajunk

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Milva - CD "Live and More" - I just have listen to "Milord", "Un Gelato Al Limon". Now: "Chanson Egocentrique (duet with Franco Battiato)" and "Ein Schiff Wird Kommen" and looking forward to one of the few English songs of her and for me one of her best "To be a Star".


  21st Sep 2012, 6:44 PM#144  QUOTE  REPORT  
Oakley Boys

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Robin Trower- Twice Removed from Yesterday LP. Another guitarist flouted as a 'new' Jimi Hendrix.


  21st Sep 2012, 7:17 PM#145  QUOTE  REPORT  
Oakley Boys

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Third Ear Band-Music from Macbeth....God! now I remember why I haven't played it in years....excuse me while I pop out to shoot myself...........


  24th Sep 2012, 6:37 PM#146  QUOTE  REPORT  
lorangrecords

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http://www.discogs.com/Little-Richard-Volume-2/release/3543555http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=3543555

Little Richard 1958.
Almost nothing beats that.
It begins with and ends with this one

How great thou art.


  25th Sep 2012, 2:37 PM#147  QUOTE  REPORT  
Milvajunk

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Milva - CD "Da Troppo Tempo" – Seven Seas - 260E 52067

I just have listen to " Da Troppo Tempo ". A song she has performed at the San Remo (Sanremo) Festival in 1973 and it reached the 3° position.
A fantastic song.
In 2001, it was released again but now as “Nach All Den Jahren” (Da Troppo Tempo) on her german CD “Artisti”



  29th Sep 2012, 1:59 AM#148  QUOTE  REPORT  
Kent T

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Brook Benton/ Break Her Heart on US RCA 45. Nice little mid tempo tune with Ray Ellis orchestral backing. His kind of tune.


  30th Sep 2012, 12:59 AM#149  QUOTE  REPORT  
Bobzyeruncle

Why don't we put a @#%&ing 12 string on it?
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Squeeze. "East Side Story".


  30th Sep 2012, 9:19 AM#150  QUOTE  REPORT  
CHSP2619

I come with the dust and I'm gone with the wind
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Vapors-Daylight Titans from Magnets. Been playing this all week.


Edited by CHSP2619 on 30th Sep 2012, 9:21 AM

  30th Sep 2012, 1:38 PM#151  QUOTE  REPORT  
gordon7009

Turn off your mind, relax and float downstream...
Joined: Apr 2011
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The Beatles "A Hard Days Night" US United Artists stereo.


  30th Sep 2012, 7:53 PM#152  QUOTE  REPORT  
Klepsie

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Just had a longish hour car journey with one of the guys in my band and we took it in turns to choose albums to keep us company on the road, which gave us this rundown...

Pulp, Different Class (possibly my favourite album of the 90s)
Half Man Half Biscuit, 90 Bisodol (Crimond) (their newest and well up to par)
Axis of Awesome, Animal Vehicle (Australian comedy rock -- really awfully well done and consistently funny, worth checking these dudes out)
Weezer, The Red Album (the critics seem to hate Weezer nowadays but I still liked this one)
My Chemical Romance, The Black Parade (hadn't heard this for ages and had forgotten just what an extravaganza it is. Must re-listen soon!)


  1st Nov 2012, 4:20 PM#153  QUOTE  REPORT  
nboldock

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Listened to Joni's "Clouds" this morning while getting ready to go out for a job interview.

Listened to Disc 1 of Tim Buckley's "Morning Glory" retrospective on way to said interview.

Went well, now at home listening to Justin Hayward & John Lodge's "Blue Jays" album on vinyl... never heard it before (just acquired) but LIKE.


  10th Nov 2012, 9:23 PM#154  QUOTE  REPORT  
Oakley Boys

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Icehouse-Icehouse. For me they are one of those groups/artists that, whatever they do, I like. Others that spring to mind are, Roxy Music, Barclay James Harvest, Echo and the Bunnymen, Lloyd Cole and the Commotions, Icicle Works, Steve Hillage and Neil Young.


  11th Nov 2012, 12:41 AM#155  QUOTE  REPORT  
fabgear66

I was so much older then I'm younger than that now
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Nearly all day Saturday I've been listening to some great Atlantic and Stax tracks
on the cd compilation The Best of The ROSKO Show.

Including Arthur Conley, Jimmy Castor Bunch, Aretha Franklin, Carla Thomas,
Dionne Warwicke & Spinners, Blue Magic, Archie Bell & The Drells, The Drifters,
Ben E. King, Sam & Dave, Percy Sledge, Wilson Pickett, Booker T. & The MGs,
Clarence Carter, Otis Redding, & Bar-Kays.

Plus jingles and the Emperor himself. Brilliant stuff.

Edited by fabgear66 on 11th Nov 2012, 12:42 AM

  11th Nov 2012, 9:01 AM#156  QUOTE  REPORT  
YankeeDisc

When in doubt.......accelerate........
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....I was oot and aboot in my car last evening, and I took this Double CD with me, bought at Zavvi, Oxford Street, London, W.1., as they were closing down, about 2008.
Track 1 kicked off, "In The Midnight Hour", scorching, on an 8 speaker car system, just like being in the room, and could you hear Al Jackson's bass drum......wow.
Then "634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)", "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love", "Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won't Do)", "Three-Time Loser", "You Keep Me Hangin' On", an interesting version......and then I was at my destination. That CD stays in the car from now on


"....I'm so glad to be in your wonderful City"......

Edited by YankeeDisc on 11th Nov 2012, 9:02 AM

  11th Nov 2012, 9:48 AM#157  QUOTE  REPORT  
fabgear66

I was so much older then I'm younger than that now
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YankeeDisc wrote:
....I was oot and aboot in my car last evening, and I took this Double CD with me, bought at Zavvi, Oxford Street, London, W.1., as they were closing down, about 2008.
Track 1 kicked off, "In The Midnight Hour", scorching, on an 8 speaker car system, just like being in the room, and could you hear Al Jackson's bass drum......wow.
Then "634-5789 (Soulsville, U.S.A.)", "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love", "Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won't Do)", "Three-Time Loser", "You Keep Me Hangin' On", an interesting version......and then I was at my destination. That CD stays in the car from now on


"....I'm so glad to be in your wonderful City"......

You've certainly put forward a good case for listening to the "Wicked Pickett".
I have the Warner Platinum cd The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett which I've not played for a while, but wil listen to today. I can't recall what his version of Sugar Sugar sounds like, but I'm sure he won't let me down. Have a Super Soul Sunday, I know I will.


  12th Nov 2012, 1:02 PM#158  QUOTE  REPORT  
lorangrecords

Not Drive Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly
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This is a great one.
I think I'll play it once again.


  12th Nov 2012, 5:03 PM#159  QUOTE  REPORT  
casinosoul

99% of non-smokers die!
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To help me with the ironing on a miserable wet day my iPod has just thrown up (no pun :grin: ) in the following order -

Untrust Us - Crystal Castles
When I Grow Up - Pussycat Dolls
Move It - Cliff Richard
Should I Stay Or Should I Go - The Clash
The Pygmy Song (Tikky Tikky Boom Boom) - Chaino
The Rockafeller Skank - Fatboy Slim
This Is Love - PJ Harvey
Womaniser - Britney Spears
Let's Groove Tonight - Earth, Wind and Fire
Wild Thing - Tone Loc
Life During Wartime - Talking Heads

...al hail the great God of 'Shuffle'. Still got the ironing to do though too much ass shakin' going on.


  21st Nov 2012, 9:12 AM#160  QUOTE  REPORT  
lorangrecords

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This is what can happen when this program (one of the most popular in Sweden) comes to the final.
The man with less hair is the host Lasse Kronér.
Former member in the group Triple and Touch.


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