Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Dan, Jun 17, 2008.
The keyboard player enjoys himself!
Blimey well they have been touring sadly without the original lead singer - and the guitarist bless his heart is not quite up to it as a lead singer but the old guitar effects are brilliant on all the old albums including Mudanzas and Saturday Morning Pictures - All around the world on the first album is a cracker
Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head. Must be about 15 years old now.
My lad bought me this album one Christmas. I wasn't a fan of their music but some great tracks on it. Clocks and The Scientist are classics. Since then I bought a few of their albums, their debut Parachutes is a cracker. I'm a rock fan but Coldplay are a good band.
Been watching a series on sky arts, soundtracks: songs that defined history. A tough watch at times, but some great songs.
The Byrds - "I wasn't born to follow":
Heard this on Hillz fm last week
Originally written and performed by the Overtones
This girl I believe is local to our area
When it came on through the car speakers I literally thought it was Adele, not so much through my phone though
Anyhow a Hillz plug here, I think the local chart is on Wednesday nights
There is also a great presenter on I think from 7:00 am
He's mature, plays a great eclectic blend and is a font of knowledge re old 60s and 70s artists, members and writers
Pretty sure you'd like his style and play lists BBR.
Jags - "Back of my Hand":
I know I am always pushing the Grandaddy boat out there, but this bloke, Jason Lytle, the Grandaddy's front man, is so talented and I think this piece is just so stunningly beautiful.
It deserves to be shared and listened to by the entire world I think.
The latest Athletico mince podcast
The one with the crime stories sketch where Demari Grays son is getting bullied?
Was pissing myself.
Bob Mortimer is amazing, do you listen to Top flight time machine Clint? Andy Dawson and Sam Delaney do it, it started as a retrospective look at the beginning of the premier league . But rapidly changed some of Sam Delaney’s stories are amazing . Give it a listen if you haven’t already
I will give it a go Daz.
As I'm always going in Bell Green charity shop, yesterday got a great CD by Creed called Human Clay. Had it years ago, so well chuffed to hear it again. 80 pence well spent !
Can't stand the commentary of Jonathan Pearce on BBC so watching the England women match with sound turned down, and listening to Creed instead of listening to him mumbling on !
The Byrds - "She Don't Care About Time":
Eight Miles High by the Byrds on the radio other day, first time I've heard it for years, cracking song.☺
Weather diaries by Ride.
A bit of Swervedriver at the moment.
The Byrds - "Lay Down Your Weary Tune":
Donovan and Joan Baez - "Colours":
Bonnie Raitt...Feels Like Home
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Just had my Rockblock featured on Planet Rock. They played 10 of my selection. The presenter said jokingly that You Really Got Me by The Kinks is a Van Halen song. I chose the Kinks version !
I’m listening to dodgy murdering their back catalogue
Staying Out For The Summer was a great song. But other than that I don't know anymore.
I do but don’t recognise any of them live! They had 25 years to get better and they haven’t
Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention - "Mother People":
Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention - "Wowie Zowie":
Chicane - Offshore
My missus drying her hair, I'm trying to watch jurrasic Park so it's a bit of a pain tbh
Gillian Welch album: Time (the revalator)
April 14th (part 1)
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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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