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Saturday's record fair vinyl acquisition, Dr. Feelgood - Down By The Jetty.

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I would like to be listening to a new album from Pete Wylie, but the Part Time Rockstar, Full Time Legend needs to raise the funds to record it first, so help this campaign over the line on Pledge Music if you can.

 

It's worth it just for the title alone. :)

 

http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/petewylie?utm_campaign=project9613&utm_medium=email&utm_source=pledgemusic

 

The power of TRL! Within 24 hours of posting this, the pledge reached its target. :)

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Lee Hazlewood Industries - There's a Dream I've been saving (1966-1971).

Very expensive as a box set, but only about £15 for the MP3 download, so that's what I got. And what I got was 107 tracks:

DISC 1
Lee Hazlewood - Pray them Bars away
Lee Hazlewood - Leather and Lace
Lee Hazlewood - Forget Marie
Lee Hazlewood - Cold hard Times
Lee Hazlewood - The Night before
Lee Hazlewood - Hey Cowboy
Lee Hazlewood - No Train to Stockholm
Suzi Jane Hokom - For a Day like today
Lee Hazlewood - Easy and me
Lee Hazlewood - What's more I don't need her
Lee Hazlewood & Nina Lizell - Vem Kan Segla (I can sail without the Wind)
Lee Hazlewood - Trouble maker
Lee Hazlewood & Suzi Jane Hokom - Califia (Stone Rider)
Lee Hazlewood & Suzi Jane Hokom - Alone
Lee Hazlewood & Suzi Jane Hokom - I'll never fall in Love again
Lee Hazlewood & Suzi Jane Hokom - No Body like you
Suzi Jane Hokom - First Street Blues
Lee Hazlewood - I'm glad I never
Lee Hazlewood - If it's Monday Morning
Lee Hazlewood - L.A.Lady
Lee Hazlewood - Won't you tell your Dreams
Lee Hazlewood - I'll live Yesterdays
Lee Hazlewood - Little Miss Sunshine
Lee Hazlewood - Stoned lost Child
Lee Hazlewood - Come on home to me
Lee Hazlewood - Must have been Something I loved
Lee Hazlewood - I'd rather be your Enemy

DISC 2
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Sleep in the Grass
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Chico
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Am I that easy to forget?
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Only Mama that'll walk the Line
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Greyhound Bus Depot
Lee Hazlewood - Walk on out of my Mind
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Hangin' on
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Victims of the Night
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Break my Mind
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - You can't imagine
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Sweet Thing
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - No Regrets
Ann-Margret & Lee Hazlewood - Dark End of the Street
Lee Hazlewood - It was a very good Year
Lee Hazlewood - The Bed
Lee Hazlewood - Paris Bells
Lee Hazlewood - Wait 'til next Year
Lee Hazlewood - September Song
Lee Hazlewood - Let's burn down the Cornfield
Lee Hazlewood - Bye Babe
Lee Hazlewood - Mary
Lee Hazlewood - For once in my Life
Lee Hazlewood - I just learned to run
Lee Hazlewood - Me and the Wine and the City Lights
Lee Hazlewood - Nothin's gonna blow my Mind

DISC 3
Last Friday's Fire & Lynne Castle - Rose colored Corner
The Kitchen Cinq - Need all the Help I can get
Jon Taylor & Raul Danks - You better go
Last Friday's Fire - I can't help the Way I feel
Honey Ltd - Tomorrow your Heart
Suzi Jane Hokom - Come on Sunshine
Suzi Jane Hokom - Little War
Danny Michaels - If you climb on the Tiger's Back
The Kitchen Cinq - The Street Song (New York's my Home)
The Kitchen Cinq - I want you
Jon Taylor & Raul Danks - Puppetry
Michael Gram - Pastel Dreams
Danny Michaels - And they are changing
A Handful (The Kitchen Cinq) - Does anybody know?
A Handful (The Kitchen Cinq) - Wasn't It You
Honey Ltd - Silk'n'Honey
Hamilton Streetcar - Invisible People
Hamilton Streetcar - Flash
The Aggregation - Maharishi
The Aggregation - Flying free
Last Friday's Fire - Something's happening
Ann-Margret - You turned my Head around
Ann-Margret - It's a nice World to visit (but not to live in)
Ann-Margret - Sam
The Surprise Package - New Way home
Last Friday's Fire & Lynn Castle - The Lady Barber
Colleen Lanza - When we're talked about tomorrow
Arthur - Sunshine Soldier

DISC 4
Sanford Clark - The Black Widow Spider
A Handful (The Kitchen Cinq) - Dying Daffodil Incident
Suzi Jane Hokom & Virgil Warner - Lady Bird
Suzi Jane Hokom & Virgil Warner - Summer Wine
Ray Chafin - Emmy
International Submarine Band - Luxury Liner
The Shackelfords - California Sunshine Girl
The Shackelfords - It's my Time
Danny Michaels - Hands
Suzi Jane Hokom - Same old Songs
Suzi Jane Hokom - Reason to believe
Virgil Warner - The Man I was yesterday
Eve - Dusty Roads
Eve - Hello LA, bye bye Birmingham
Joe Cannon - Warm Miami Sunshine
Joe Cannon - Lonesome Wheels
Joe Cannon - Cold hard Times
Rabbitt - Peppermint Morning
Phoenix-70 -  Goin' on
Billie Dearborn - Friday's Child
Jon Christian - I feel Love coming on
Barbara Randolph - Ten or eleven Towns ago
Barbara Randolph - Miracle on 19th Street
Barbara Randolph - Cheap Lovin'
Don Randi - Chain of Fools
The Woodchucks - Angry Generation
Larry Marks - The Start

Edited by Futtocks

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'Wigan Warriors' by Sean O'Loughlin. An American composer who was doing a vanity search when he happened upon Google results about Lockers and decided to write a march to commemorate the event.

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Iggy Pop & The Zig Zags - If I'm in luck I might get picked up.

Love the filthy guitar sound on that.

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Has anyone listened to the new U2 album which Apple gifted to everyone with an iTunes account (whether they wanted it or not) last week? Any thoughts?

 

I haven't had chance to listen yet. I'm not one of those who'll turn my nose up at it, as I have quite a few (actually, pretty much all now I come to think) of their previous albums which I've bought and paid for, but I find I tend to invest a bit more effort in stuff I've had to pay for than stuff I've been given free.

 

I'm at a loss to understand why so many people are moaning and groaning about getting something for nothing, when so many expect music to be free anyway these days.

having a magpie sh it on your head is something for nothing as well

 

I don't want these ghastly people and their awful music `nowhere near me.

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I'm listening to the cd that accompanies a tutorial book I bought about playing the blues.

Tough times ahead, but we have to suffer for our art. I'm starting to enjoy learning guitar at last

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Here we go - a man who even Hunter S.Thompson once namechecked as an icon of chemical excess. The late, great, practically spherical drug-hoover Baby Huey!

 

 

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Mrs has gone to cinema so I can turn this racket up to a proper volume.

 

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George Thorogood this evening. It's been a while

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And this mornings two shuffled albums are sheik yerboutti and sunburst finish

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It just has to be this one.

 

off out with the dogs in a minute

Down By The Jetty, or maybe a compilation should do the trick

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off out with the dogs in a minute

Down By The Jetty, or maybe a compilation should do the trick

Cracking album (Down By The Jetty that is, though 'off out with the dogs' has definitely got promise as a working title).

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Cracking album (Down By The Jetty that is, though 'off out with the dogs' has definitely got promise as a working title).

Yes it does have the whiff of canvey Island

Listened to Dylan's desire- my current favourite album of his, finished off with the feelgood compilation

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Frampton live and songs from a room...

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Saying goodbye to Jack Bruce with this album:

 

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Saying goodbye to Jack Bruce with this album:

 

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71 years old was thought of as a 'good innings' not that long ago. It isn't any more. I think I'll give Rope Ladder to the Moon a listen for the same reason as you and because it reminds me of my Withnail and I period-them woz the days.

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71 years old was thought of as a 'good innings' not that long ago. It isn't any more. I think I'll give Rope Ladder to the Moon a listen for the same reason as you and because it reminds me of my Withnail and I period-them woz the days.

Jack had been in poor health for a while. It was apparently one of the reasons for the Cream reunion a few years ago, as he knew he didn't have many opportunities left.

 

'Songs for a Tailor' contains the song Never tell your Mother she's out of Tune, which is as good a bit of advice as you'll ever get from a rock star.

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Full moon fever

Fire and water

Crisis what crisis..... The memsahib requests I shuffle that one in too!

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