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UserHasLeft
4 Jul 2004 - 8:06 AM

I had never listened to opera before except for that cool Delibes Flower Duet.
When I heard Emma Shaplin, I was blown away - had it permanently blasting out for about two months. What a great voice.

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sludden
sludden  1046 forum posts
4 Jul 2004 - 11:04 AM

Oh it's all looking a bit serious on here now, just like to point out that now I'm listening to the mighty Half Man Half Biscuits' "mcintyre treadmore and davitt", accept no substitute!!!!

deathraceking
4 Jul 2004 - 11:44 AM

Trumpton Riots!

sludden
sludden  1046 forum posts
4 Jul 2004 - 2:32 PM

Yep!
"...tell PC McGarry to get himself a mate,
and arm themselves with CS gas, they're gonna be out late!"

deathraceking
4 Jul 2004 - 2:48 PM

...and I know what I want for Christmas!!!

Ian G W
Ian G W  11396 forum posts England3 Constructive Critique Points
4 Jul 2004 - 3:27 PM

"....There is nothing better in life,
than writing on the sole of your slipper with a biro..."

Great stuff.

misty
misty  1049 forum posts
4 Jul 2004 - 7:40 PM

the Yeah Yeah Yeah's, tori amos, NiNe iNch Nails, St. germaine or Pink Floyd

pulsar69
pulsar69  101611 forum posts United Kingdom6 Constructive Critique Points
6 Jul 2004 - 12:44 AM

Well i am listening to a band called Lamb , they are a cross between Dido and Bjork and are very good , they did a track called Goreki , and as mad as it may seem its the one tune i would have played at my funeral ! and thats saying something

Rob_Taylor
Rob_Taylor  10659 forum posts Wales5 Constructive Critique Points
6 Jul 2004 - 9:57 PM

Might be a bit mainstreaam for you lot but I've just stuck Parallel Lines by Blondie on for the first time in about ten years ....boy does this bring back memories ....all of a sudden I'm 14 years old again!! ....class

Origami_Owl
7 Jul 2004 - 6:29 AM

Absolute class Bobsy - you won't find any complaints about Blondie here.

(well not with me anyhow)

deviant
deviant  103024 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
7 Jul 2004 - 11:50 AM

Currently listening to an oldie PWEI and "Their Law" featuring a very young Prodigy...

Depends on my mood entirely

c_evans99
c_evans99  117013 forum posts Wales1 Constructive Critique Points
7 Jul 2004 - 4:06 PM

The wrong type of keyboard but Bach's Goldberg Variations...

Ceri

StrayCat
StrayCat e2 Member 1014854 forum postsStrayCat vcard Canada2 Constructive Critique Points
3 Feb 2006 - 9:27 AM

I did a search for "Neil Young" and discovered this thread. I had just read an article in the news about his new concert movie "Neil Young; Heart of Gold" debuting next Friday. I'm going to be listening to his new album Prairie Winds as soon as I can find it.

From the Toronto Star today;

The first half of Neil Young: Heart of Gold is devoted to new album Prairie Wind, with Young accompanying himself on guitar, harmonica, piano and banjo before a painted backdrop of wheat fields and grain silos. It looks like hes actually out on the Canadian Prairies, where he and his family lived for a spell.

The second half canvasses his huge catalogue of hits, including Heart of Gold, Old Man, Harvest Moon, Needle and the Damage Done, Comes a Time and the films emotional highlight, a cover of fellow Canuck Ian Tysons Four Strong Winds.

Young calls the song the most beautiful record I ever heard in my life, and says he used to play it over and over on the jukebox when he was a teenager.

User_Removed
3 Feb 2006 - 10:22 AM

Just fished out three Neil Young LPs.. 'Sleeps With Angels', 'Neil Young with Crazy Horse' and 'Hawks & Doves'. Takes me back to the nights, and early mornings listening to them blasting, out at high volume.
Along with Pink Floyd 'Dark side of The Moon' with its' frighteningly realistic Ticking Clocks and Helicopters sounds.
Mostly have Local radio on whilst computing.
Col

klewis
klewis  101870 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
3 Feb 2006 - 10:26 AM

Everything Joe Cocker sang is normally playing somewhere lol

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