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Mick4350

What music are you playing ? Part IV

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Listening to the last of my LP's before they go for good - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.

Bit of a lump in my throat, don't know why.

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So has the World changed since 1965? Think to yourself and don't post an answer as if it turns political I am for the chop(probably)

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Thought I'd visit both ends of the spectrum last night. From the sublime......Eye of the Storm; Roger Hodgeson, to the ridiculous.....They're coming to take me away ha ha; Napoleon XlV.

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Machines of Desire.  Peter Baumann.    '16.

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It's been a very long time since I last listened to David Sylvian and Robert Fripp...but this is wonderful! Probably the most distinctive British guitarist, along with the probably the most distinctive British voice since Billy MacKenzie died

 

 

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The Nobodys - No Guarantees... Their album's ok but i can still remember the chase when this track was used in Miami Vice...

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Have been listening to Moody Blues, Blur Jays, Stereophonics this week. Wonder what will take my fancy next week.

ATB

Jim

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Listening to Absolute 90's on the DAB.

 

So many great songs that passed me by at the time, lost in the blur of raising kids and being away on detachment (although the wonderful Mrs Wez will insist she raised the kids whilst I was on detachment).

 

Just heard Radiohead's brilliant Paranoid Android, fantastic!

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White Eagle. Tangerine Dream.  1982.

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Been rewatching the remastered BSG, really forgot how good the soundtrack was. What do you hear Starbuck? Nothin' but the rain sir!

 

 

 

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Went to see Nada Surf play at the Portland Arms, Cambridge, this evening. They usually play considerably larger venues, but the singer has relocated to Cambridge from New York, so it's his local now and apparently had wanted to play there since getting hold of a copy of the Soft Boys Live At The Portland Arms tape back in the 80s.  It was the last night of a world tour and it all got quite emotional at the end!

 

I've also listened to the following over the past few days:

Siouxsie and the Banshees: Juju

My Bloody Valentine: Loveless

Teenage Fanclub: Grand Prix

Harold Budd & Brian Eno: Ambient 2: The Plateaux Of Mirror

Boards Of Canada: Geogaddi

Roger Eno: Between Tides

Electric Wizard:  Come My Fanatics

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Croydon 1982. Tangerine Dream.   mp3.

 

 

 

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my entire Enya collection on the hard drive

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Seventeen Seconds and Faith by The Cure. A bundle of laughs they ain't, but I find these albums utterly compelling.

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On 4/13/2018 at 4:07 PM, Gorby said:

That is the track that got me into The Cure to start with - fantastic stuff.

Yes, me too.

I remember buying my first Cure «17 Seconds» and «Going deaf for a living» by Fischer-Z while beeing on inter rail in the Netherlands in 77. It went «straight in» on first hearing :)

Does anybody else here remember Sad Cafe with Fanx-ta-ra? I sti,l love that record. 

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59 minutes ago, Nils said:

Yes, me too.

I remember buying my first Cure «17 Seconds» and «Going deaf for a living» by Fischer-Z while beeing on inter rail in the Netherlands in 77. It went «straight in» on first hearing :)

Does anybody else here remember Sad Cafe with Fanx-ta-ra? I sti,l love that record. 

No, but I do have their "Everyday Hurts". Great song.

 

John.

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See if you can find that album, it´s greatly overlooked and little known.

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Have been listening to the group Sky for most of the evening, have really enjoyed the music, what next to listen to!!!

ATB

Jim

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Watched Tangerine Dream's Coventry Cathedral (Ricochet) concert on YT, followed by Pink Floyd's reunion concert and was amazed at how bad Roger Water's voice is now.

 

John.

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Today, I shall mostly be having...

 

Happy Families.....Blancmange

Golden Age Of Wireless....Thomas Dolby

R....Rheingold

Splinter (Songs From A Broken Mind).....Gary Numan

Points Of A Curve.....Wang Chung (Still love this abum!)

....And for today's Telex fix, Moskow Diskow on 7"

 

And coz it's Saturday, the Disco 7" singles will be coming out later this evening.

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