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What Are You Listening To - The Reckoning

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Enjoy the sun-kissed groove and try to forget that this is Tarby's golfing mate Kenny Lynch, who also produced the Arthur Mullard/Hylda Baker cover of You're the one that I want.

 

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Enjoy the sun-kissed groove and try to forget that this is Tarby's golfing mate Kenny Lynch, who also produced the Arthur Mullard/Hylda Baker cover of You're the one that I want.

 

 

 

There's something odd about the tempo on this. It just feels very strange.

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Recently, whenever I see or hear Semi "Harold!" Radradra'a name, the chorus from this annoying Eighties song pops into my head and stays there.

 

 

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Is that Senri Yawaguchi on the drums? She seems to be quite the teenage sensation.

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Yes that's Senri (Kawaguchi), I think she was aged 16 when this was made, an exceptional talent.

Edited by Moose

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About as NSFW and un-PC as it is possible to be, Sir Les Patterson's complete 1996 live show.

 

 

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I have a signed copy of that album... signed in scene and heard in Barnsley. ...

I used to work with Byff's sister Karen

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I stumbled on to this Japanese guy covering Holdsworth. I don't know whether to cry or just give up playing. I couldn't even work out the opening chord sequence.

 

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The first single from the Monkees forthcoming album 'Good Times'.

 

 

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Obviously not quite the same without Davy Jones, but not as bad as I feared.

I know it's probably not a cool thing to say but I've always been a fan of The Monkees. Always thought they were very underrated.

A good band, whether playing their own later material or the early pre-fab stuff, which is also excellent. Irk the purists and enjoy the music for what it is.

 

I have a few of Michael Nesmith's solo LPs too, which are very good.

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