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08-07-2018, 14:07   #8221
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14-07-2018, 19:32   #8222
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BB King his last concert in the uk
at the royal Albert hall 2012
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14-07-2018, 19:59   #8223
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mi mates radio show consisting of the end of his post punk section before i kick off my first punk show of the weekend
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15-07-2018, 14:56   #8224
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Just listened to Hollywood Vampires, a band consisting of Alice Cooper and pals ( Slash, Johnny Depp and others ) doing cover versions of songs like Whole Lotta Love and Jeepster. The stand out track is a combination of School's Out and Floyd's Brick In The Wall.
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15-07-2018, 18:35   #8225
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Just listened to Hollywood Vampires, a band consisting of Alice Cooper and pals ( Slash, Johnny Depp and others ) doing cover versions of songs like Whole Lotta Love and Jeepster. The stand out track is a combination of School's Out and Floyd's Brick In The Wall.
Just been to Kelham island 1940s wartime extravaganza. So just been listening to classics such with cliffs of Dover, we'll meet again, pack up your troubles in your old kit bag, when I'm cleaning windows, Mr woo, and leaning on a lamppost.
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20-07-2018, 21:42   #8226
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Various bands at tramlines through my open windows
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01-08-2018, 21:13   #8228
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Various - This is dubstep vol. 2
Various - This is dubstep vol. 3
Various - This is dubstep 2012 (what's up with me?)
Blue Drift - Mariner (excellent prog album from about 15 years ago - my copy is on some obscure Russian label but they come from Wiltshire I think)
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02-08-2018, 13:02   #8229
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Been rediscovering Nina Simone and been on a (musical) trip to Japan! They have a lot of great music from rock to ambient and classical. And it's good to work to because the lyrcis don't distract - I don't know what they're saying : )
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07-08-2018, 00:29   #8230
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Im listening to my Metallica cassette (And justice for all)

Current song: One
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08-08-2018, 22:52   #8231
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Emily Portman - The glamoury (simply gorgeous folk album. Listen to her excellent version of the old murder ballad that was also the basis for Pentangle's Cruel Sister here)
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09-08-2018, 19:17   #8232
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Im listening to my Metallica cassette (And justice for all)

Current song: One
great album, saw em live on that tour, city hall obviously
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09-08-2018, 20:10   #8233
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Mindi Abair and the Boneshakers the eastwest sessions featuring Joe Bonamassa, track 4 Pretty good for a girl ,great album.
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10-08-2018, 22:44   #8234
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11-08-2018, 12:41   #8235
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Simple Minds
Off to Leeds later to see them live !
Unfortunately it's an outdoor gig and the forcast is for heavy rain this evening.
Gonna get wet I reckon.
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11-08-2018, 20:25   #8236
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Wu Tang Clan
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11-08-2018, 20:46   #8237
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11-08-2018, 22:30   #8238
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Just started listening to a 9CD box set called Acousmatrix: The history of electronic music. This is definitely in musique concrete/electroacoustic territory - the first two discs are by Gottfried Michael Koenig and date mainly from the 50s and 60s. I do love this stuff, but it does tend to drive everybody else up the wall.
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Maddy Prior and June Tabour aka the silly sisters, The Grey Funnel Line.
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12-08-2018, 20:57   #8240
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Maddy Prior and June Tabour aka the silly sisters, The Grey Funnel Line.
Great song from a great album. Nobody sings a depressing song better than June Tabor.
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