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    Now listen up Classic Rock fans, i appreciate everything from classic rock like "Wings" to Classical music like "Bach" but most of all i appreciate mastery of lyrics.

    Stick on your audiophile cans or speakers and put on this tune and give yourself a chance to try and appreciate the lyrical mastery and beat.

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    Discuss music and artists from yesteryear. No modern crap please!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Discuss music and artists from yesteryear. No modern crap please!
    How old are you? Do you find it hard to adapt to music today? Does it all sound the same to you? I feel like that whenever i hear "chart music".

    Do you not like the poetic rhyme of the lyrical? When you cannot understand the skill when you hear the two syllable?

    I bet you could not rhyme the word "orange"? Could you ? Try it?




































    I can rhyme "orange" with the word "porridge" and how you bang your wife's "hinge" with your "four inch"...

    You are never too old to learn something new.


    lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by studly View Post
    How old are you? Do you find it hard to adapt to music today? Does it all sound the same to you? I feel like that whenever i hear "chart music".

    Do you not like the poetic rhyme of the lyrical? When you cannot understand the skill when you hear the two syllable?

    I bet you could not rhyme the word "orange"? Could you ? Try it?



    I can rhyme "orange" with the word " porridge" and how you banged a guy called Boris with your four inch...


    lol...

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    That's not what this forum is for. If you want modern music there's lots more places to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne View Post
    That's not what this forum is for. If you want modern music there's lots more places to go.

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    Only trying to have a laugh Eddie. But i shall leave this part of the forum no problemo...

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    Papas got a brand new bag...



    Cook your Tuesday morning bacon and eggs to this epic tune Eddie boy..

    Keen!
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    was on a concert last year, cool thing! the 80s forever ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chron View Post


    was on a concert last year, cool thing! the 80s forever ;)

    Excellent version of a favourite track, thanks for posting!

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    Keep coming back to one of all my all time favourite albums, The Velvet Underground featuring Nico.

    VU- I'm waiting for my man.

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    Its scary mad Jap Psych day!

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    Poetry set to music, does it work? the jury is still out for me but below is my mate Phill Wilson, also known as MyOneManBand, who took on Phillip Larkin for the Larkin25 project - i think he did an excellent job! it's insanely catchy too!
    https://soundcloud.com/allnightnorth/annus-mirabilis
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    Vardo Rumessen / Eduard Tubin : Complete Piano Music [disc 2/3]


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    This PM's bathtime music is by the sadly missed Kevin Ayres.

    Here's a jolly live version of Shouting in a bucket blues with some fab guitar stylings by Andy Summers.

    Lovely thick sound from his humbuckered Tele.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    This PM's bathtime music is by the sadly missed Kevin Ayres.

    Here's a jolly live version of Shouting in a bucket blues with some fab guitar stylings by Andy Summers.

    Lovely thick sound from his humbuckered Tele.
    Excellent Neil! Ta for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    Excellent Neil! Ta for posting.


    I knew you would appreciate it Bob.
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    Eddie
    Whole chunks of my life come under the heading "it seemed like a good idea at the time".

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    More '60's US garage bands for bathtime today.

    The Sonics .... Psycho.


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    Cool

    Spinning this right now. I figure Neil C might appreciate this sort of thing.



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    Quote Originally Posted by swanbourne View Post


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    That is amazing! Never come across it before - must dig some more out - thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SternG View Post
    Spinning this right now. I figure Neil C might appreciate this sort of thing.
    I did enjoy that.

    Very Birds, west coast sounding..

    Thanks for posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by studly View Post
    Now listen up Classic Rock fans, i appreciate everything from classic rock like "Wings" to Classical music like "Bach" but most of all i appreciate mastery of lyrics.

    Stick on your audiophile cans or speakers and put on this tune and give yourself a chance to try and appreciate the lyrical mastery and beat.

    Well I like(d) it and when it was out. It's not even that modern -late 90s, early 2000s.

    Shame we can't have the odd bit of this to freshen this place up from the endless 70s rock! Even if this isn't the place for it, it breaks it up a little.

    Even I know some 50+-year-olds who can appreciate 'modern' music.

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    John Cale....Dying on the vine.

    Magnificent live performance.


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    Meatloaf at his pinnacle:


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    1985 - Bowling For Soup.

    Covered by Richard Thompson on 1000 Years of Popular Music; the sleeve notes state "From that fine band Bowling For Soup, self-styled drunk-rockers and fat guys from Wichita Falls, Texas."

    Pretty funny video.


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    this RIP Trevor

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    found that, remember the time..


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    and by the way - some fans of the killer on the board?



    If energy out hear that!

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    This is one bluesman that talked about real problems and not the usual my baby done left me $h1t.



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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Always liked SJH. Here's a couple more......






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    New York dolls.........Jet boy!

    A strange amalgam of punk and glam from 1973 that inspired the british punk scene.


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    right now? Slayer :D

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    Also Sprach from the Gig Friday night. Im on trial for a job and trying to hear if any of my fo-pa's came over! The last two chords for the trombones were so quiet I could hear my heart beat!!!

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    Ok i know its modern but it has a very retro feel Daft Punk,"Get Lucky",put on your medallions and cuban heels and start Your own disco.The guitar work by Nile Rodgers is amazing its made Me pick up My guitar and start strumming again!

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    Christophe Rousset & Christophe Coin / Marin Marais : Suitte d'un goût étranger


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeingdriver View Post
    Ok i know its modern but it has a very retro feel Daft Punk,"Get Lucky",put on your medallions and cuban heels and start Your own disco.The guitar work by Nile Rodgers is amazing its made Me pick up My guitar and start strumming again!
    No problem with that one for me... I generally feel very uncomfortable about enjoying something that is at no.1... But I really shouldn't... It's a belting track although being well overplayed everywhere!

    Nile Rogers is a musical legend... The best concert (different from my favourite music!) was watching him with Chic (front row) at the blue note in Tokyo... Awesome

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    I was just posting elsewhere about the time I discovered Tom Waits...

    I first discovered Tom Waits when I was 18 - and I'm 53 now. I was walking past Our Price Records in Golders Green Road (that's in North London, by the way) when I heard the most soulful voice ever playing on their music system; I went inside and said to the guy behind the counter "I don't know what that album is, but I've got to have it" (or words to that effect) and I've been a massive fan ever since.


    The album, incidentally, was Blue Valentine, and the title track remains one of my all-time favourites. Genius.

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