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Discussion in 'Music' started by millersrkillers, Nov 29, 2013.
Just got " The Wedding Present" new album "Valentino".....Fantastic x x
Listening to this in the office.
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Today I have listened to -
steel pulse - handsworth revolution
gillian welch - hell among the yearlings
israel nash gripka - new york town
the dakota suite - funeral for a friend
the clash - kingston advice
the drive by truckers - acoustic and otherwise
and something by john lee hooker, but cant remember what it was
..... and a live compilation thing of The Black Crowes playing Rolling Stones songs.
I haven't got that album. Is it any good?
Time being the inevitable benchmark.
That's a blast from the past
Its very good I think, Time and Harrow and Harvest are probably the ones I go to most and it doesnt compare badly with those.
Indeed - I found a website where I could download lots of the old roots reggae stuff like steel pulse, misty in roots, willie williams, delroy wilson, the abyssinians etc etc
I and I is skanking
That's Life - Sham 69
Cheers. Will hopefully find its way into my Xmas stocking.
Been listening to Mogwai - Young Team and Tom Waits - Closing Time.
John Mayer - Continuum
Had Bad Penny (track 3) going round my in head, this album I would describe as a "classic".
When I first brought this home my evil stepfather confiscated it and put it in the bin. Mother gave it back to me and told me not to tell him.
Came back from pub after early pints and still have to get up in morn so put this on,
Had " the harder they come " soundtrack on today , still ****ing magic
Also had joy division /peel sessions along with Echo and the Bunnymen Peel sessions ; I dont really do modern music
Includes a cracking alternate ( original ) Ocean Rain.
Yes we've noticed it's just as well I'm down with the kids:
Apart from pretending to like the music my own kids despise I have been listening to a lot of Wire over Xmas. Here's the one that Stipe and the boys covered appallingly on Document.