Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Dan, Jun 17, 2008.
One of my favourite albums
"Wincing the night away"
Waaaah wah wah waaaaaaahhhhhh
Nothing But Thieves. Very very good, my new favourite band.
Mott the Hoople-All the way from Memphis
Went to the Pink Floyd exhibition last week at the V & A - was very good - 2 hours wandering around with different Floyd songs in your headphones - was very well done - if you can make it down before it closes i think it was good visit - did the same as the checkatrade final - drove to Hillingdon and got on the tube - this shot ( sic) made me smile - they rented a shooter to take out the pig if it got loose - it did but the bloke was late so the pig made it to Kent and was picked up by a farmer - returned and they did another days photoshoot
These kids are having a hard time listening to Dad's tapes.
The Troggs, great song and great video.
I've re-bought the re-releases of Linkin Park's first two albums - Hybrid Theory and Meteora. A lot of people associate Nu Metal with mediocrity, but these albums are a shining example of the quality the genre exuded.
Even my girls have been bopping along to the CD's in the car, they love Linkin Park.
Just a classic in its original form.
Not bad, but I prefer Barry McGuire's version.
lust of life- Iggy pop
Some of the live lounges on radio 1 have been really good!
Won't beat a bit of Craaiiiigg David
Just thought I'd chill out really nicely with some classical piano. Listening to a guy called Yiruma. 34 tracks of fabulous music! Suggest you YouTube him.
If it stops you fighting Houch keep listening to him ! When I was on anger management sessions some years back, I was given a couple of CDs,still got them. One is of bird songs and I put it on the other day and it sounded great. Really relaxing, but put the best of Thin Lizzy on afterwards !
Fantastic John Carpenter score.
As one of the comments beneath says, this is either shit or genius.
I just discovered this fabulous singer. Heard a song of hers while eating in a McDonalds. She died in 2004.
Here's an entire album of her best recordings:
'Angel of the Morning' and 'End of the World' were both fairly big hits for here. Surprised you've not heard of her before.
I'd heard the name but never really knew much about the artist. I'm not really that much into country music, but her repertoire skirts the line between country and pop.
And thanks to you, I've now downloaded that album!
I agree. Barry McGuire's version is really raw and meaningful. I know this is the writer, but McGuire made it his.
Mark and lard on the bbc pop up site.... very funny
Just listening to The Traveling Wilburys Vol 1 as a sort of personal tribute to the great Tom Petty.
What's up with Tom Petty then ?
Never knew. First I've heard of that !
On MSN earlier and now all over internet.
Another great gone. I was watching an old DVD the other day, Old Grey Whistle Test. And Tom Petty was on it. Doing American Girl, what a track that is !
Just heard that he's still alive. On life support ?
His music is still alive, but he's not.
Sad news. But one thing great artists always leave behind is their music.
Picasso didn't leave one single tune.
Is this the case for 2016-2017 ?
Fleck, Armstrong, Maddison, Murphy, Cole, Stephens, Bigi, Ramage, Fortune, Hunt, Henderson, Cargill, Tudgay, R...
Metallica= Nothing else matters
Im not going to agree with everything he says but its worth a listen
No doubt Ali Bangura is one of them, anyone know the other 2?
Ive got a bit of nirvana the man who sold the world
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