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    Quite like a bit of Foo Fighters - now and then.

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    Here's a friend of mine getting a call-up from Dave

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylmJhTxus54

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    Dave has done well for an ex drummer.

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    Nothing came close to these guys. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AitXDDv155A

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    EELS .. https://youtu.be/K4Qp1TEKswQ

    If you've not heard of E, Mark Everett, I suggest you should check him out. And his book 'Things The Grandchildren Should Know' is a must read.

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    My current favourite (and slight obsession!) Jack Savoretti is playing in the Centaur Building at Cheltenham Racecourse on 31st October. I have tickets.....obviously!
    tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito

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    I've almost certainly posted this before but as nobody bothers with this thread, or chit chat in general, who cares?

    https://youtu.be/B2KKcjSOBmk

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    And one from Amy Winehouse from her Frank album before she was devoured by demons - internal and external... (**** Me) Pumps

    https://youtu.be/iVaqQe3V498
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    Randy Scouse Git - Better known as Alternate Title. The Monkees


    https://youtu.be/fcO0ZiXZ_6M

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    My sister bought me a while ago Parallel Lines - which I played to death in the ...whenever I had it previously , and after I had commented that they/she was nowhere near as good when seen in concert a few years ago - her voice had gone I thought, she thinks this is some kind of code for buy me something by Blondie...... (My sister lives in a world of her own....aside from anything else she continually confused Paul Young with Paul Weller...books/albums...... I liked the Jam, Vivienne but that was 30 years ago...yes I loved Paul Young as well ...but Weller now, not so much...doesn't matter how many times....anyway I digress )
    I had memories that it was a great album, but what a GREAT album! Some added tracks at the end, a version of Heart Of Glass which is just fabulous.
    And we sang Shang A Lang and we ran with the gang, singing do waap a doo di dee eye, with the juke box playing and everybody saying that music like ours couldn't die.

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    i will say one thing about Blondie (maybe two) they have some amazing songs that have aged really well much better then their music videos.

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    Yes; we saw Blondie a few years ago when they'd reformed and they were disappointing. INXS [obviously without Michael Hutchence [sp]] were much better. Their early stuff really has aged well, though. I'm still in a 'folk phase' my current favourite band being The Rails'.

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    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...il&mmscn=vwrc&

    This is so cool,i can't stop playing it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigilo View Post
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...il&mmscn=vwrc&

    This is so cool,i can't stop playing it..
    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...etail&mid=951A

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    Quote Originally Posted by simmo View Post
    I did - the song was a bit better. Again - needs better songs to showcase the voice.
    She's getting there...

    https://youtu.be/hFTdY9gNPT4

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    I seem to have gone off listening to music [it happens sometimes] but I have been digging out some cd's that I haven't listened to for a long time. I have 4 Laura Marling cd's. All totally boring. I wish I could understand why I kept buying her stuff given that they never got less boring. All I can assume is that they had rave reviews somewhere. It's puzzling me. I did, however, get out some Blue Aeroplanes and find that I never go off their stuff. Which is a relief as I always think that when I really stop listening to music that's when I'm really really old.

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    RIP Neil Peart.

    Been a fan since the late 70s and I always remember my dad taking me to the 83 Cup Final (Brighton, Man United) and Rush were playing at Wembley Arena the evening of the game - tried persuading him to get some tickets but it was a no go)

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    Hijack thread a little

    I'm not a music person

    But if you had to select 3 to 5 live albums\sessions as must listens

    What you got
    Some people say heís the best since Arkle and thatís certainly true when you look at what heís done

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    I know, I can't count:


    Van Morrison Live In San Francisco

    Jodi Mitchell Shadows and Light

    Weather Report 8:30

    Miles Davis Kind Of Blue (each side was recorded in a single session)

    Talking Heads Stop Making Sense

    B B King Live In Cook County Jail

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