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The Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars

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Corker of an album.

 

The last surviving Spider, Woody Woodmansey, was playing at the Welly in Hull last week. Would liked to have gone but I couldn't make it unfortunately.

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Corker of an album.

The last surviving Spider, Woody Woodmansey, was playing at the Welly in Hull last week. Would liked to have gone but I couldn't make it unfortunately.

My 17 year old daughter heard Moonage Daydream on a film soundtrack t'other week and now realises her old man's taste in music isn't completely naff

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Dr Feelgood's second post-Wilko album, Private Practice.

 

I'd forgotten how good it is.

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Was that John mayo?

I saw em with John mayo and he was a good guitarist of a different style. His biggest problem was that he was forever mot wilko

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Dr Feelgood's second post-Wilko album, Private Practice.

 

I'd forgotten how good it is.

Still a cracking band

I keep my tee shirt in a special place

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The Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars

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Indeed. That and 'Hunky Dory' are brilliant albums.

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Was that John mayo?

I saw em with John mayo and he was a good guitarist of a different style. His biggest problem was that he was forever mot wilko

It was indeed John 'Gypie' Mayo. As you say, good guitarist with a different style. I thought he was a good fit with the band and re-energised them to an extent. If you listen to the stuff the Feelgoods and Wilko produced just after the split, it was the band who came out of it in better shape. Wilko's Solid Senders is a woeful album.

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Wilko's Solid Senders is a woeful album.

You're not serious? It's a class album every bit as good as Down By The Jetty.

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You're not serious? It's a class album every bit as good as Down By The Jetty.

I persevered with it but I just didn't like it.

 

Though I did like the free live LP that came with it.

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Indeed. That and 'Hunky Dory' are brilliant albums.

I dug that LP out the other day just to listen to Queen #####. I love Mick Ronson's playing on that song.

 

Edit: The sweary filter doesn't like the word for a female dog.

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 The sweary filter doesn't like the word for a female dog.

 

Lassie?

 

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Just can't wait for Ben Haenow's first album to be released. Another cracker, I'm sure, from the Sico stable.

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This isn't just good, it's one of the greatest songs ever, ever.

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'Wish you were here' in a Reggae style. A very special Reggae style. You know, the one with bagpipes.

 

 

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Given em enough rope and sandinista....

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This band are a real tonic and always put a smile on your face. Very Madness, love 'em.

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'Wish you were here' in a Reggae style. A very special Reggae style. You know, the one with bagpipes.

Dub side of the moon is a brilliant album.

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Joel Grey, star of the film 'Cabaret', sings Cream's 'White Room' with a jazzy twist.

 

 

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This takes a little while to get going, then grooves like mad for seven minutes. Fabulous!

 

 

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Now this - smoking hot stuff! Just turn up the volume and tell the neighbours to sod off.

 

 

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