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Ry Cooder - The Slide Zone

Oops! Not 'Zone', 'Area'.

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Fairport are playing at the Trades Club in Hebden Bridge in May I believe. 

Sandy Denny won't be with them though.

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Tom Petty my favourite track from the Wildflowers album It's Good To Be King

I really love Tom Petty, but 'Wildflowers' somehow, despite being a popular album, just didn't do it for me. But 'Good to be King' is a pretty good song.

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I really love Tom Petty, but 'Wildflowers' somehow, despite being a popular album, just didn't do it for me. But 'Good to be King' is a pretty good song.

Not a typical Petty album but I love it trying to hunt down a vinyl copy for less than £100 is proving impossible.

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Not a typical Petty album but I love it trying to hunt down a vinyl copy for less than £100 is proving impossible.

I gave my copy away, to a friend who liked it more than me.

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I gave my copy away, to a friend who liked it more than me.

Tell him you want it back, I'm waiting for a vinyl copy of Mudcrutch to come in the post my CD copy sounds excellent so hoping for good things.

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Not a typical Petty album but I love it trying to hunt down a vinyl copy for less than £100 is proving impossible.

With over 30 million LPs being pressed last year alone, maybe MoFi or some such will get round to doing a nice quality reissue.

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Not a typical Petty album but I love it trying to hunt down a vinyl copy for less than £100 is proving impossible.

That means if Eddie gets hold of a copy he might want as much as a fiver for it.

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That means if Eddie gets hold of a copy he might want as much as a fiver for it.

Popped into Eddies today great selection of country and western he's put them in the back for you Dave.

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Popped into Eddies today great selection of country and western he's put them in the back for you Dave.

Cheers Pete, I owe you.

 

Not quite sure what but I owe you.

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Tom Robinson show on 6Music. Play list chosen via twitter.

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Tom Robinson show on 6Music. Play list chosen via twitter.

I thought the Terry Hall prog playlist earlier today was outstanding. Well worth another listen.

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I thought the Terry Hall prog playlist earlier today was outstanding. Well worth another listen.

Heard some of his show today but must have missed that bit. Will check it out on iplayer.

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Heard some of his show today but must have missed that bit. Will check it out on iplayer.

Sorry mate. Meant programme rather than owt 70s noodly.

There was a burst of Moon River, Age of Consent, Pure, and the theme from the Persuaders which had me throwing some rather wierd sunday afternoon shapes.

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Sorry mate. Meant programme rather than owt 70s noodly.

There was a burst of Moon River, Age of Consent, Pure, and the theme from the Persuaders which had me throwing some rather wierd sunday afternoon shapes.

:D I took it as you meant it. The last hour of Steve Lamacq' show on a Friday between 6-7 is pretty good and literally anything goes.

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Ethiopian jazz time! Samuel Yirga played on the 'Dub Colossus in a Town called Addis' album, which I have recommended to TRL before.

 

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Following the news about the recent rise in vinyl sales, Private Eye picked up on it for their 'message board' spoof. At least, I think it's a spoof... :unsure:

 

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Queen have made UK chart history by becoming the first act to sell six million copies of an individual album.

 

Their first Greatest Hits collection, which includes the hits We Will Rock You and Bohemian Rhapsody, has extended its lead after being Britain's highest-selling album for several years.

 

The Official Charts Company said one in three British families now owned a copy of the 1981 compilation.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-26121239

 

Still one of my favourite albums.

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