11th Sep 12, 18:47 #301
An Ancient Muse - Loreena McKennittWhen you're tired of rallying...you're tired of life
11th Sep 12, 19:31 #302
Irish song eye candy flute music
11th Sep 12, 19:49 #303
The Corrs - Brid Og Ni MhailleHola Amisgüitos
12th Sep 12, 01:20 #304
three disks on high rotation in my shed player -
Grand Prix - Teenage Fanclub
Betty - Helmet
Hourly, Daily - You Am I
12th Sep 12, 07:42 #305
Green Eyes by Stevegane Project and Soft Machine's oldies. Pat Metheny is next in line.
Although I must confess that Guns N'Roses with their last album did it for me last night.I had that shaky feeling when she floated into sight
I imagine we'll be doing it tonight
13th Sep 12, 09:08 #306
Gusttavo Lima - Gusttavo Lima e Você“There are people who are destined to taste only the poison in things, for whom any surprise is a painful surprise and any experience a new occasion for torture" - Emil Cioran
13th Sep 12, 13:07 #307
13th Sep 12, 13:23 #308
The intrumental verison of Klinga Mina Klockor, on the Album it is called Inledningsvisa.
13th Sep 12, 23:27 #309
19th Sep 12, 14:29 #310
This week on the shed player,
Soundgarden - superunknown (really dig this album, it has the monster riffs of BadMotorFinger but with better production. "The day I tried to Live" is a favourite.)
You Am I - Hourly Daily (brilliant guitar rock that has moments of sublime pop ear-worm at seemingly regular intervals. A "desert Island top 10" album.)
Joe Jackson - Jumpin' Jive (was given a vinyl copy of this as a lad, given that Eddie Van Halen was my idol at the time. It rusted onto my heart, I have always had a copy
of this album close to hand since then).
19th Sep 12, 14:39 #311
Now, I was just browsing the U-toobs and stumbled upon one of my favourite pop (yes POP) songs of all time. I defy anyone to not sing along to any part of this tune, once it has ear-wormed its way into your brain, you will not look at catchy pop tunes the same way
19th Sep 12, 14:57 #312
And here's another. Anyone can sing along to this! Great pop structure, impossible to resist...
Spiderbait - ****en Awesome - YouTube
Apologies for both the ads and the muting of naughty words. I couldnt find another genuine vid.
19th Sep 12, 15:07 #313
19th Sep 12, 15:41 #314
Okay, last one. Not a pop tune, but I have followed this band for a long time and they are an absolute fave - and they can write a pop tune (but this one isnt)
MAGIC DIRT - Rabbit With Fangs (Live On Recovery) - YouTube
19th Sep 12, 16:05 #315
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25th Sep 12, 19:13 #318
Charles Mingus - Rotterdam, NL 11-01-1970FGP for 2013 has begun. Stop by and check it out at http://sites.google.com/site/2009fgp/. It is a great place to laugh and unwind from defending your favorite drivers and/or teams. I hope we see you in FGP!
28th Sep 12, 11:29 #319
28th Sep 12, 12:22 #320
Animals - Pink FloydWhen you're tired of rallying...you're tired of life