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22 hours ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

Just watching " Eight a Days A Week " on Channel 4. If there was a better live band than " The Beatles " I never saw them.

###### I knew there was something I wanted to watch last night.

All 4 it is then.

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7 hours ago, Robin Evans said:

Southside Johnny

Yeah I've seen Southside Johnny, really got the Tee shirt as well. He was a top live act but The Beatles, they were from another planet.

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On 05/01/2018 at 10:32 PM, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

If there was a better live band than " The Beatles " I never saw them.

 

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12 hours ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

Great stuff, I think that's Mick Green, the master of the Telecaster.

One of my main men. He didn't play on the original version of shakin all over though.

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14 hours ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

Great stuff, I think that's Mick Green, the master of the Telecaster.

It is indeed the late and very great Mick Green.

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6 hours ago, Tongs ya bas said:

One of my main men. He didn't play on the original version of shakin all over though.

I know, but he played on a lot of the later stuff like "  Hungry For Love " , " Ecstacy ", " I Can Tell ", etc and as  The Pirates - " My Babe ", " Casting My Spell ". His sound is unmistakable.

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11 minutes ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

I know, but he played on a lot of the later stuff like "  Hungry For Love " , " Ecstacy ", " I Can Tell ", etc and as  The Pirates - " My Babe ", " Casting My Spell ". His sound is unmistakable.

Correct

And a mentor of wilko Johnson. 'Goin' back home' is about him, and I think he helped to write it.

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It's usually 1964 in my house but I do play more current music.

Two great tracks that you very rarely hear this side of the pond. If you play in a band you'll like the musicianship. You can watch live performances on YouTube.

Dave Alvin and the Guilty Ones - " Harlan County Line ".

Mighty Mike Schermer - " My Big Sister's Transister Radio".

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The very last one promise!

This is just to say goodbye everyone all the best and hope next year is great for you all and your team (so long as they don't beat mine of course):bye: It was excellent fun, really interesting but it's time to move on. :bye: I won't list you all cos' it will sound like an Oscars acceptance speech! :bye:

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Waterboys and rattlesnakes by Lloyd Cole and his commotions

Rattlesnakes.... a much underrated album. Easily gets in my all time top 20

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In anticipation of new live bad company album release tomorrow..... I'm giving free and bad company a spin this aft....

Both highway and burning sky are so underrated..... and straight shooter remain one of the best.

Two contrashing guitarists.... micks Ralph's livelier rock guitar is pleasing but my first guitar hero Paul kossoff's bluesy guitar typified on the mover still gets me reaching for the air guitar

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Accidentally stumbled on this on YT. Haven't heard it in eons. I think somewhere under a pile of clothes I might even have this album but I can't remember why.

 

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Agree with Robin Evans Free`s Highway is very underrated , as is Bowie`s Aladdin Sane , Jethro Tull`s Stand Up and Zeppelin 3.

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Scruffy the Cat - Moons of Jupiter (plus a verse of a Tiffany single).

 

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I am currently listening to my son, upstairs in his bedroom, singing...  

.. for his Drama School auditions. I'm pleasantly surprised how good he sounds. 😀 

 

A good warm-up before watching the Challenge Cup.

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Just to discourage any aspiring guitarists... :wink: 

 

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Lousy video quality but the sound's good enough to convey the magnificence of The Cramps. 

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