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Been playing the Mojo Blues Band -Blues Parade 2000  first class double boogie woogie blues album, never heard them before well worth a listen. Nice laid back style great for late night listening. 

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Got Dr.Wu playing now, some great rock  covers live recording from billy bobs 81 club Texas .

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Two very different tracks; Maxine Nightingale's 'Get Right Back To Where I Started From' and Styx's 'Renegade'.

Gotta love the 'shuffle' option on the ipod.

 

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Last night was a US / Canadian hardcore punk session while on the cider, today it was two tone and reggae / ska punk, im back on the cider now so who knows

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It's a long time since I had my finger on the pulse, but I just stumbled across the latest Wire album Mind Hive, which is really very good.

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1 hour ago, CaptainSwing said:

It's a long time since I had my finger on the pulse, but I just stumbled across the latest Wire album Mind Hive, which is really very good.

Just downloaded the album from the first two tracks it reminds me of The pixies from the eighties I'm going to keep it on for a few days could be a keeper, thanks for posting.

 

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Well the CD players still not working in't garage so apart from 'Pop Master' i'm still listening to what ever cassettes i can find.

Just come across a load of bootleg 'Cramps' tapes i bought years ago.

Some of the quality is dire but they still have the magic of a live Cramps concerts.

RIP - Lux.

 

Rock on.

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It's Saturday morning so it has to be Tony Blackburn 'sounds of the 60's'

What better way t' start the day?

2 hours timewarped with no Gangster rap - bliss

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A bit of a mix for me yesterday - Mountain Climbing first, which led to a couple of Leslie West's albums, and then the Roy Young Band.

 

Oh..just remembered..the day before, a quick play of Procul Harum's "A Salty Dog"...

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Good choice, shades of 'Here come the warm jets' and of where Eno was going to take his music all on one album.

Happy daze sat in front of my old Ferguson stereogram with a warm Blonde (still got both - LOL)

 

 

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Just finished playing the new release of an old album from Bobbie Gentry The Delta Sweetie ,very disappointed with it, one disc is a remixed version of the second disc which is the 1960s original mono record, both discs have bonus tracks added .

I found it boring and a waste of fourteen pounds i bought it after reading a rave revue in a daily news paper.

 

9 hours ago, Rockers rule said:

Good choice, shades of 'Here come the warm jets' and of where Eno was going to take his music all on one album.

Happy daze sat in front of my old Ferguson stereogram with a warm Blonde (still got both - LOL)

 

 

I think we all need more details of the warm blonde.😄

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