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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by starrymarkb, 26 Nov 2011.
Gillan On The Rocks Loved this band back in 1980/1
Rightly or wrongly (probably wrongly) Jim Steinman, Bad For Good. Some lovely guitars, can't recommend this video. (Imagine a world in which people on the forum actually clicked on these links.... you know, real people with actual lives who should be doing something useful).
Killers Read My Mind. I expect we'll get a refund on the gig tickets for the Riverside this summer....
James Best of must be one of the best such ever released. FULL of indie hits.
Years ago at the Stockton Weekender there was a 10 O'clock curfew, leaving James with time for one more song. Tim Booth asked the audience whether they wanted Sit Down or Laid. Coolest choice ever made by an English audience
Wray - Jogging
Some of us do click on some of the links if it is something we have not heard before -- and sometimes it plays something I like.
Yes definitely, I’ve listened to lots of music on this thread that I wouldn’t have heard if someone hadn’t posted it.
Roger Daltrey - "Giving It All Away (live)
and - also with The Chieftains + Sinead O'Connor + orchestra "Baba O' Riley"
and as part of The Who - "Magic Bus" (live0
Been listening to these two, I'd put another few on but I doubt NWA and Public Enemy would really be appreciated by the mods somehow.
One for Cowley this it THE best Levellers song
I was brought up listening to these, my Mam still loves them
Yes Mickey! (Love the Troggs too)
And by the way I think it’s fine to post what you want within reason as long as you put a proviso on here that the song contains strong language...
Following on with this weeks theme...
The Mighty Boosh - Isolation song:
The Specials - Ghost Town:
Anyone got any others?
Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Flamborough Head Defining the Legacy
Creedence Clearwater Revival were one of my favourites, so here are some more:
"Run Through The Jungle"
and "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" (short version)
Great music Bevan.
Just got Apple Music so I’ve been indulging myself in music and creating my own playlists. Currently playing - The Hives - Hate To Say I Told You So. Oh wait it’s just finished :-/ Now we have All Signs Point To Lauderdale by A Day To Remember
The Green Fields of France by The Fureys.
AC/DC - Whole Lotta Rosie
Steeleye Span - Montrose - 15 minute long live version
Marillion - the demos for the 5th album that never was
Al Stewart Time Passages
Solar Project Force Majure
Twelfth Night - "The Ceiling Speaks"
and "Art & Illusion"
Staff Carpenborg's Electric Corona,Fantastic Party. Some Psycadelic pre-Krautrock from 1969. This was their sole album.
Al Stewart live in Blackheath May 2002
Rick Wakeman with Peter Egan
Journey to the center of The Earth
Scorpions with Berlin Philharmoniker - Moment of Glory