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Dave Brubeck - R.I.P.
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Another great talent gone to the Jazz Cub in the sky.
Presently listening to Buddy Rich:'-
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Quote: Addictive stuff!!!!!!
21 times now, lol
You might also like Garou singing Gitan.
thanks. I heard the song but I think I prefer this better, it's an old song composed and sung by a Gypsy man, seen playing the guitar. The song is really old, acoustic guitar only, recorded live and it talks about love without borders. Music knows no borders either. Here, for you to enjoy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBgLiBbAM-E
A bit naughty, plugging some friends
29 Dollars by Tom Jones
The title track from the latest album by Matthew Halsall - Fletcher Moss Park
Just watched the Freddie Mercury programme. It reminded me of this outstanding and beautiful old classic. It's always been one of my favourites. Freddie covered "The Great Pretender", another of The Platters' great hits.
I was racking my brains to remember who had recorded the original. Old age I guess but Freddie did do it justice. Many thanks
Quote: I was racking my brains to remember who had recorded the original. Old age I guess but Freddie did do it justice. Many thanks
"The Great Pretender" is a popular song recorded by The Platters, with Tony Williams on lead vocals, and released as a single on November 3, 1955. The words and music were created by Buck Ram, the Platters' manager and producer who was a successful songwriter before moving into producing and management. The Great Pretender reached the number one position on both the R&B and pop charts in 1956. In 2004, the song was voted 351st greatest song of all time by Rolling Stone.
Various Oasis songs, presently enjoying the raucous overtones of Cigarettes and Alcohol, though i call it Cannabis and Nescafe still hoping Oasis get their s*** together and reform, make new music and act like they own the place again, yep, i miss em
Madge doing Music Inferno from her Confessions tour a few years back, now im ready for a night out, well if there ever was a night for good old party tunes, tonight is the night
Egar Broughton band at the moment -Wasa Wasa-throwback to my 60's hippie era anyone remember them?
First band I ever saw ! At the Winter Gardens in Penzance in 1969, I was 14 and John Peel was the DJ that night !!
Great to hear someone remembers them. Still gigging today, Live DVD at Rockpalast
Roll on John - great track off Dylan's Tempest album. Tribute song to John Lennon.
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