Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Dan, Jun 17, 2008.
The album Jack Frost with this on:
Steve Kilbey (The Church) and Grant McLennan (The Go-Betweens).
The man in the end bed being sick. The one next to me moaning with his wife and refusing treatment. The bloke opposite snoring and the bloke next to him watching Dad's Army at full volume.
I have closed all the curtains around my bed like a miserable bastard. Can't wait to go into my own room. Oh I'll be listening to a bit of Pink Floyd in a bit.
Just belt something random out, Vengaboys or something.
Edit. Yogi Bear I posted above would be better.
Listening to random stuff on Spotify, 747 Strangers In The Night is fucking ace. Just about to play 25 or 6 to 4 which is also fucking ace.
TRextasy at the Belgrade. Brilliant.
12" version of Spacer by Sheila B Devotion. Fab.
You couldn't beat Rogers and Edwards' guitar and bass combo.
Chris Rea - Road to Hell pt. 2. Amazing stuff!
Went in a charity shop and bought a cracking CD titled Driving Rock got some great tracks on it. Canned Heat,Yardbirds, Animals,and many more.And although not everybody's cup of tea bought Sleaford Mods latest album. I find them funny and like their words etc. So this week I've listened to Dylan and now Sleaford Mods,now that's what you call variety !
English tapas is a great album BBR.
Love Sleaford Mods. Yes they're Marmite but I like Marmite ! Love the fuck em attitude they've got.
Love the words of some of their songs they're clever and smart and funny too ! I tweeted to them how much I like English Tapas and they said thanks !
" A trip to Spar is like a trip to Mars." Great line from Drayton Manored.
Off to see Imelda May in Nottingham tomorrow (with the wife). Love ' Johnny got a Boom Boom' and from her latest album 'black Tears'...stole the show at jools' hootanany show last new year.
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Wall St Shuffle by 10 CC on Jools Holland, one of my early singles performed timelessly.
Listened to a lot tonight finishing with The Man by Aloe Black, which is basically a huge sample of Billy Pauls version of Elton John's Your Song. B-)
I used to love 10CC as well. I do have a problem though with single artists representing themselves as the whole band they used to form part of.
10CC was a band of 4 members. 2 left and it was then acceptable for Stewart and Goldman to continue as the band and carry it forwards.
Stewart then left though. I just can't see how one single member of a band can still be the band. He wasn't even the main member. It was a team effort, all of equal stature.
More acceptable if the main man or woman goes on to carry the band on and continue, but Gouldman was just a single quarter of 10CC.
I find it a bit of a shame.
Didn't know that he wrote Bus Stop for the Hollies and For Your Love by the Yardbirds. Watched them last night on Jools Holland they were okay I thought but liked them in the 70's a lot more. It's like watching a footballer that was once a great player but through time he's not as good as he once was ?
just catching up with Public Service Broadcastings new album. Not got the album yet but tracking down what I can on Spotify and Youtube.
The lead single Progress with the singer from Camera Obscura is brilliant. Great live as well. will be seeing them in September.
Should have changed the name to 1cc.
I adore Camera Obscura.
Listening to the latest Teenage Fanclub album at the moment.
Gorillaz new album - Humanz. It's growing on me, which is good as I bought 2 tickets to see them on Brum following their appearance on Graham Norton.
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Audioslave's first album. Definitely worth a listen if you like the more 'grunge' side of rock.
This week I've listened to Sleaford Mods,Wishbone Ash,and Coldplay. Now that's what you call a mixture of different music !
Not listened to Wishbone Ash for a while, but Argus was a very good album I should probably listen to more often.
I enjoy listening to rock especially 70's bands like Jethro Tull, Yes, Nazareth, and Free. But really into Dylan at the moment !
came across this song recently, really love it. Has something of the Coldplay about it.
The Wild Swans - Bringing Home the Ashes
Been listening to a fair bit of Kate Nash this week.
A bit of Ian McCulloch this morning. Strangely was never a E&TB fan but loved his solo stuff.
Just came across this new one from Alison Moyet.
She's at Warwick Arts centre this Nov, I may catch that.
I've got her solo album on vinyl from way back when somewhere and at least one Yazoo album.
Really like this, her voice is still as strong and unique ( if anything it's got even better )
Metallica= Nothing else matters
Im not going to agree with everything he says but its worth a listen
Ive got a bit of nirvana the man who sold the world
Class from start to finsih
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