Discussion in 'Music' started by Dude111, May 21, 2014.
one of the reasons why
Amon Amarth - Deceiver of the Gods
I last listenend to my Gordon Lightfoot Double Album (Gords Gold)
Just listenend to my Steely Dan Record (AJA)
The Bonzo Dog Band - Tadpoles (CD, with bonus tracks)
After more than thirty years enjoying cassettes, my recent move to the northwest of Scotland prompted me to get rid of my 300+ collection. The only thing I kept was the Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy radio series. My LP collection is being looked after by friends until I can get it moved, ditto most of my CDs. All I brought up with me was 17 boxsets and 50 albums.
Steve Earle - Copperhead Road
The Black Keys- True Blue
Ned's Atomic Dustbin: "God Fodder".A refreshing blast from my popcore younger self.
I last listenend to my Beatles 2 record set (1967-70)
I used to babysit for tony while he played gigs back in the 80's. He is was a nice guy, but me and my GF had to be careful there was no smell of cannabis when he came back, or he'd freak out with us.
pink floyd endless river.. dont have it all. have most of it. its not that fab, its ok but more left over tones from on an island david gilmour.. spacey and trippy but I need to be in a proper mood for it. I guess it can create some mood but again its just jammy david with some highs and lows.
see if it betters with the whole piece and album art..
Sounds like new age music to me -- bland and uninspired. Supposedly most of the tracks on this album are leftover from 20 years ago, when the band recorded The Division Bell.
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