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    Quote Originally Posted by emb123 View Post

    Sails of Silver - Steeleye Span

    (finally, my favourite Steeleye Span album - (not the most popular one with the critics though) - just noticed somebody posted in an mp3 newsgroup - my copy (on vinyl), along with the turntable, amps and speakers is packed. Been wanting to listen to it for ages. Can stick it on my phone and listen to it wherever now! yaay!!)
    I seem to remember seeing Steeleye Span perform at Viewfirth in Thurso, in 1972. Does anybody else remember that? Their performance wasn't in the Viewfirth folk club in "The barn", but in the dance hall.
    I am living for today, always remembering yesterday, and looking forward to tomorrow!

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    Fiddle and the drum - A Perfect Circle
    (taken from the album eMOTIVe)
    (Lead vocalist is Maynard James Keenan of 'Tool' fame

    A really wonderful cover version than IMO is MILES better than Joni Mitchell's 'original'. I suspect however that it is an old folk song and she was simply the first to record it.

    Someone on YouTube put together a video for this track and I quite like the video but it's not official, just a personal response to the music by a you-tube-r

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgGiOq5cN3c

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    Would have only been a wee nipper in 72'. Would have liked to have seen early Steeleye Span though. AFAIK they are still touring and still very good. Love Maddy's voice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emb123 View Post

    Would have only been a wee nipper in 72'. Would have liked to have seen early Steeleye Span though. AFAIK they are still touring and still very good. Love Maddy's voice.
    I'm glad to hear they are still touring, and still very good, emb123. Maddy has a very distinctive voice, and I always loved the band's vocal harmonies, as well as their catchy tunes.

    Today I'm listening to "A New Journey" by the Irish band "Celtic Woman". The CD was just released this past week, and it's lovely! I was just as impressed with their eponymous debut album last year. This time around, the five Irish ladies are joined by young New Zealand soprano Hayley Westenra, who already has several albums to her credit. Her angelic voice fits right in with the equally angelic vocals of the other members.

    Each of the sixteen tracks is wonderful, but I especially enjoy "Caledonia", written by Scotsman Dougie MacLean, a musician who hails from Perthshire.
    I am living for today, always remembering yesterday, and looking forward to tomorrow!

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    apocalyptica/ reflections special edition

    and the best of apocalyptica
    Last edited by K dragon; 06-Feb-07 at 02:30.

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    mushroom head/ embrace the ending from the album Saviour Sorrow

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    Groundhogs - Split Part 2

    Bending notes?? Ohhhh My!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubthumper View Post
    Groundhogs - Split Part 2

    Bending notes?? Ohhhh My!!!
    Now your Talking, I must dig out my Two Sides of Tony TS McPhee Straight Away.

    Thanks for the Memories.

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    PinkFloyd - A Saucerful Of Secrets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubthumper View Post
    Groundhogs - Split Part 2

    Bending notes?? Ohhhh My!!!
    I had Tony Macphee playing at the Lighthouse last year and I have a recording of what he played here. If you are that interested in his music now, let me know and I'll get you a copy.
    In the image of God? You must be joking!

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    Default and our survey said...

    I just finished listening/watching the new Nine Inch Nails video for Survivalism, which is most interesting. Good tune, akin to Reznors older stuff while retaining the accessible melody of With Teeth's offerings.

    Been listening to alot of Semisonics first LP The Great Divide as well, excellent album.

    Doug.

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    Weird, I was listening to some Semisonic not so long ago and I've just downloaded NIN's discography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeid View Post
    Weird, I was listening to some Semisonic not so long ago and I've just downloaded NIN's discography.
    *plays tune from 'The Twilight Zone'*

    dodeedoodoo dodeedoodoo

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    Dave Lee Roth- Eat Em & Smile..some of Vais best work imo

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    new kings of leon album, Quality recommended to everyone, also the holloways so this is great britain the whole album is brilliant

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    KOL are awesome

    saw them last year at the corn exchange in edinburger!

    what a powerful performance!

    support act was great too!

    if u get a chance

    The Features - Exibit A

    there newst album amazing!
    so orginal
    Big Imagination For Feeling Young Cause Life Yearns Real Optimism

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    The Mule from Deep Purple's 'Fireball' Album, Ritchie was brill.

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