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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 12:14 pm 
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ratbane wrote:

Steve Marriot - THE most awesome vocalist. Great album too. Did you know Spike Milligan refused to do the narrated pieces. I can listen to Happy days Toytown on repeat - SO 1960s.

All your choices are great BTW.


Cheers :) Life is just a bowl of All-Bran........

I didn't know about Spike refusing, I'm glad he did though, Stanley Unwin is a legend. I can remember as a kid listening really hard to try and understand what he was saying :) there was more chance of understanding The Clangers :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RRv35Ig2mg

Ahhhhh the pidey pipeload of hamling.....


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I don't know how, but i forgot Harvest by Neil Young :)


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longun, pick up any of their albums, you won't regret it :D


ebay now :D


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Agemo's trip to mother earth by Group 1850 has to be listened to in one go.........it's like a story you can't just stop it mid flow.......... :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrplhsAcppU


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longun wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojFhCKFHWhs&list=AL94UKMTqg-9Dk-HR-XXeaICpsCmwXihpJ&index=3&feature=plcp

buffalo tom, beautiful, never heard before now :shock:


dammit im nearly crying. this soundtracked a painfull relationship and breakup when i was but 17. :cry:


but f**k me its a great song.....


id say start with the big red letter day album.


shit ima have to go shopping AGAIN.


on the 90's thing, any love to lemonheads/ evan dando. aside from the mnrs robinson thing, he was marvelous


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lemonheads, by jingo thats a blast from the past 8)


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Sensational Alex Harvey Band - Framed

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

One of the best live bands I ever saw...........after Queen.

Only the good die young :(


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Just bought Thunder - "Back Street Symphony" after listening to an old cassette of it and loving it!

And another replacement for the 3-400 CD's I had stolen when I was a student - Dire Straits - "Communique"..... now on repeat in the car - makes for a relaxing commute...... brilliant music (last DS CD I had to re-buy..)

Senser - "Stacked Up"....well that needs no introduction!


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im lucky enough in one of my jobs to have a c d player and speakers so i can listen while i work.

i grab 10 cd's from the rack and listen to them from start to finish. took me 18 months but listened to around 300 albums and singles. great fun :D


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kaiser wrote:
I like the KLF and I remember seeing the Shaman in a record shop in Glasgow before they became dancey :) EMF.............I'm saying nuthin :lol:


Ah, Yes. I have recently rediscovered one of my favourite albums from way back when. I consider it the magnum opus of the ambient dance genre; KLF's Chill Out

Not to mention the sheep remind me of home :wink:.


i had chill out on vinyl, loved it. but left it too near a heater one day :( now the needle gets air. i bought the cd with space included and used to go to sleep to it every night, i also still have a shaman collectors vinyl in the loft :D


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