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What Are You Listening To - The Reckoning

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1 hour ago, Robin Evans said:

I.just got wilko tickets.  Oh Yes..... oh yes indeed.

Big giddy ginger bloke

He's changed a bit since I last saw him then.

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Starting Line-up:

Blue  -  Billy D & the Hoodoos

Not Today  -  Andra Day

Song for Whoever  -  The Beautiful South

There Will Be Light  -  Ben Harper & The Blind Boys of Alabama

Trouble in Mind  - Bertha Hill

Don't Look Twice - The Black Keys

Because You Are a Woman  -  Brett Dennen

Lived in Bars - Cat Power

Dirty Old Town - Craig Cardiff

The Sound of Silence - Disturbed

What Can I Do? - Donnie Elbert

Por Eso Me Quedo - Lhasa de Sela

Wide Lovely Eyes - Nick Cave

On the bench:

Early Days -  Old Man Luedecke

Morning Blues - Parker Millsap

Earth Angel - Street Corner Renaissance

I and Love and You - The Avett Brothers

Travelling substitutes:

First Day of My Life - Bright Eyes

Human - Rag'n'Bone Man

The Ghost in You - Robyn Hicthcock

I Wish I was the Moon - Neko Case

 

 

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4 hours ago, Oxford said:

There Will Be Light  -  Ben Harper & The Blind Boys of Alabama

I didn't know those two had worked together! Ben's a fantastic artist and the BBoA are legendary. I will have to check this out.!

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1 hour ago, Futtocks said:

I didn't know those two had worked together! Ben's a fantastic artist and the BBoA are legendary. I will have to check this out.!

I think it's an album but I can't remember what it's called.

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4 minutes ago, Oxford said:

I think it's an album but I can't remember what it's called.

The album is also called There will be a Light.

 

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1 minute ago, Futtocks said:

The album is also called There will be a Light.

 

In any case it's magic stuff, enjoy!

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Unplugged v Acoustic Morning

Although I have suspicions that even those that say this on the tin are not entirely Kosher!

1. The Speed of the Sound of Loneliness -  Amos Lee

2. Dancing in the Moonlight - AltJ

3. The One who Loves You the Most - Brett Dennen

4. It Takes A lot to Laugh... - Chris Smither

5. Sunny Goodge Street - Donovan

6. The Wine We Drink - Drew Holcomb

7.  Firefly - Ed Sheeran

8. Same Mistakes - Eric Hutchinson

9. No Regrets - Forest Sun

10. Breakaway - George Ezra

11. The Song of Good Hope - Glen Hansard

12. Words - Gregory Alan Isakov

13. Down in the Valley - The Head and the Heart

Throw in Jack Johnson, Jackson Browne, Nick Drake, Jeffrey Foucault, Ray LaMontagne, James Bay, Paolo Nutini, James Taylor, Loudon Wainwright, Jesse Winchester, Josh Ritter and finishing up with..... How Will I ever Be Simple Again - Richard Thompson.

A Fantastic waste of a morning.

 

 

 

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I just took someone to the airport in the pool car and it had Human by Rag n Bone Man in the CD player.

I really liked it.

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3 hours ago, Farmduck said:

 

This is the first I've heard of his more laid-back side. I've only heard him previously in his recordings with Bootsy Collins (Praxis and Zillatron), neither of which are an easy listen.

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36 minutes ago, Futtocks said:

This is the first I've heard of his more laid-back side. I've only heard him previously in his recordings with Bootsy Collins (Praxis and Zillatron), neither of which are an easy listen.

That album - Population Override - is mostly like Too Many Humans. So is his most "famous" track Padmasana which always ends up on the 100 Greatest Guitar Solos lists, for some reason. (I usually like my songs to have more than 2 chords)

 

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Keeping things guitar hero-based...

 

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8 hours ago, Shadow said:

I just took someone to the airport in the pool car and it had Human by Rag n Bone Man in the CD player.

I really liked it.

Yeah good in it?

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11 hours ago, Shadow said:

I just took someone to the airport in the pool car and it had Human by Rag n Bone Man in the CD player.

I really liked it.

The song's been a bit over-exposed since release, but it is still good. He seems like he's got a style that is all his own, and once the hype dies down, he'll have time to develop his own musical style further. Also, I've seen him in a couple of interviews and he comes across as a likeable bloke with a good sense of humour.

Also, he's bloody gigantic, so being nice about him is probably good policy.

Edited by Futtocks

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Currently on my third G&T, and grooving to the extremely disturbing but fun Zillatron: Lord of the Harvest. Here's one of the more normal tracks. Normal in relative terms, of course.

 

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