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Thread: What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

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    The Blue Aeroplanes' "Warhol's Fifteen", a collection from their 1980s recordings. Bought their stuff in Jeanette's shop in the Arcade back then, James pointing out that they had a dancer on the credits. Didn't come over well on record, though I mind going to see them once and realising the bloke flailing about at the front was indeed the dancer. That was one of the gigs where they brought everyone who'd ever played guitar with them on to the stage. 10 guitarists thrashing away, memorable but terrible.

    Love the new Stones album, best thing they've done in about 30 years.

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    just listening to Neon Waltz - Heavy Heartless (Stroma School House Session) what a great recording

    Hope they make a great success they should do

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    Going back to the 1980's here with Rush and 'Signals'.

    Last edited by keltickev; 20-Jul-17 at 12:08. Reason: adding clip

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    Tonight revisiting some Steve Earle, Cooperhead Row, one of his best

    Well my name's John Lee Pettimore
    Same as my daddy and his daddy before
    You hardly ever saw Grandaddy down here
    He only came to town about twice a year
    He'd buy a hundred pounds of yeast and some copper line
    Everybody knew that he made moonshine



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    Have you heard his new album, "So you wanna be an outlaw"? It's pretty good. Also listening to Can, "Tago Mago" last night, barking mad (them, not me, honest).

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    I hadn't heard he had a new release till now, downloaded "So you wanna be an Outlaw" tonight and think this is something I will be listening to more than a few times. Thanks for the tip.

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    Tonight is a night for deep thoughts and long thoughts, extra measures.
    and the Man in Black, Johnny Cash.

    Well you may throw your rock and hide your hand
    Workin' in the dark against your fellow man
    But as sure as God made black and white
    What's done in the dark will be brought to the ligh
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    Apart from Neon Waltz...quick plug for 'e locals...George Thorogood has a new album out called "Party of One". After about 200 years on the road with the Destroyers, it's his first solo album. There's no great change of direction (George hasn't gone hip-hop or avant-garde on us),it's still in the blues/rock vein, but he seems to be enjoying himself and it certainly has a fresher feel than some of his recent albums.

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    Listening to old Husker Du albums after hearing Grant Hart the drummer had died.Saw them once, must have been '85 or so, one of the best gigs I've been at.

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    Enrique Iglesias - SUBEME LA RADIO

    Lovely beautiful Melodious

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