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Thread: What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

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    Ty Segall Band - Slaughterhouse

    You'll like it if you like big guitars and beatles-esque harmonies. Great stuff.
    Guess who's back...

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    I never tire of this beautiful piece of music. It's the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards,' playing "Time to Say Goodbye." Better look away now, you young'uns!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0QD8kZMYDvA

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    To Mike -

    s'funny one of my favourite bands of the moment is Thee O Sees,

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    Cool Purity

    Just treated my ears to Jim Reeves and Eva Cassidy.
    I kent his faither

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    "Beneath Your Beautiful" by Labrinth.

    Eva Cassidy is next. This will make my cry for sure....

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    the reverend peytons big damn band - the whole fam damnily
    hillbilly blues at its best !

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    Anyone listening to anything new then? I'm enjoying Currents by Tame Impala. Especially the opening track Let It Happen

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    Neon Waltz!

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    Default Mogwai - Central Belters

    “We're trapped in the belly of this horrible machine....
    And the machine is bleeding to death."


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    Last night it was Husker Du's "Zen Arcade" and the first two Moby Grape albums (first one's great, second not so great).I may just be going through a phase of listening to bands with ridiculous names.

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    Currently listening to on of my favorite Nirvana song, The man who sold the world. It's really a nice song.

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    As for the moment, I'm listening to Adele's "Someone Like You". I really like the song. I think, its included in the top new songs for 2016.

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    7 years by Lukas Graham

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    Viola beach album
    great album such a shame we will never hear from them again
    W.A.T.P.

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    80s music, my all time favorite!

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    The new Bob Weir album, Blue Mountain. Poor man looks like he's been dragged backwards through whins for the cover photo, but a lifetime in the Grateful Dead probably does that to you.

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    I was born during the 80's so I'd like listening these songs more often. But at the moment, I'm in tuned with a Christmas songs by Mariah Carey. Silent night is my favorite on the list.

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    I have discovered Nicole Sherzinger ! man is that a voice ! Her show songs are brilliant and I loved her version of Sway I loathe that bubble man gives me the willies !
    Images of Spain can be seen at valspages.com

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    The new Michael Chapman album's worth a listen. It's called "50" as he's apparently spent 50 years in the music business, although I swear he must have about 50 albums to his name. He has a few young-ish Americans on this one, Nathan Bowles and Steve Gunn (must be a Caithness link in there somewhere) being the ones I can remember, and his own guitar-playing's as good as ever.

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    I have a few decent albums on the go. Went into the past (90s grunge! Yeah!) for Sweet oblivion by Screaming Trees. Forgot just how good this album was. Still love it.

    The Party by Andy Shauf is really nice - melodic and acoustic

    Freetown Sound by Blood Orange

    Space by Newmoon - bit psych guitar, big sound, lots of distorted reverb and, well, spaceyness!
    Guess who's back...

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