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Matt Monro on YouTube.  I didn’t realise how talented he was.  He has sang some lovely songs in the past.  

 

 

 

 

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Just got hold of *The Great Milenko* by Insane Clown Posse a remastered expanded reissue of the 1989-classic ,not played the original for years but enjoying this new to me version.

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4 hours ago, hauxwell said:

Matt Monro on YouTube.  I didn’t realise how talented he was.  He has sang some lovely songs in the past.  

 

 

 

 

Agree.  I like the theme from the 'Italian Job', a great song, 'On Days Like These'. 

 

I know there's a few versions on YouTube, including a opening credits to the film. It's such a cool video with the guy driving a Ferrari up in northern Italy. 

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6 minutes ago, Baron99 said:

Agree.  I like the theme from the 'Italian Job', a great song, 'On Days Like These'. 

 

I know there's a few versions on YouTube, including a opening credits to the film. It's such a cool video with the guy driving a Ferrari up in northern Italy. 

It was a Lamborghini Muira,( chassis number 3586 and still in existence owned by someone in Liechenstein apparently) otherwise totally agree with you.

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2 hours ago, zoco said:

It was a Lamborghini Muira,( chassis number 3586 and still in existence owned by someone in Liechenstein apparently) otherwise totally agree with you.

I always thought it was a Ferrari.  Cheers. 

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Just had a look on the Internet.  Check this out. 

 

https://www.topgear.com/car-news/classic/lamborghini-miura-italian-job-has-been-found

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I was watching a documentary on the 'new wave' scene that exploded around New York in the mid 1970s. Fascinating watch.

On the back of this been listening to Television's debut album 'Marquee Moon' a great deal, and also searching out some early Blondie and Talking Heads stuff on You Tube.

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20 hours ago, Baron99 said:

Agree.  I like the theme from the 'Italian Job', a great song, 'On Days Like These'. 

 

I know there's a few versions on YouTube, including a opening credits to the film. It's such a cool video with the guy driving a Ferrari up in northern Italy. 

I watched it on YouTube another lovely song by Monro.  

 

I certainly wouldn’t remain cool what ever car I was driving over those mountains, I’d have panic attacks.

 

 

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Narrow Head-12th House Rock CD

Mumrunner-Full Blossom CD

Weezer-Weezer LP

The Danse Society-40 Years Of Danse CD

Veruca Salt-American Thighs LP

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Anderson Rabin & Wakeman, 'Live At The Apollo' (in Manchester). Lively run-through of some marvellous Yes songs. Rabin injects some much needed freshness into the older material.

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