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What Are You Listening To - The Reckoning

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Wonderful to be able to see that again.

Also wonderful to see Hull born guitar legend Mick Ronson on there. He grew up on the same council estate that I did.

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Audioslave - Cochise

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Soundtrack from 'The Warriors'. Apart from a gruesome Desmond Child power ballad at the end, rather good.

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last 10 on planet rock

25U.f.o Lights Out

11:21 The Cult She Sells Sanctuary

11:15 Audioslave Cochise

11:11 Stranglers Something Better Change

11:07 Journey Any Way You Want It

11:03 Rolling Stones Love In Vain

10:55Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Stop Draggin' My Heart Around

10:50Who I Can See For Miles

10:47 Tracer Devil Ride

10:43Deep Purple Black

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I don't know why, but I got all mellow tonight and ended up back in the 70s and 80s.

Okay! I got mellow. Now I'm ###### off. Why can't I post these links? You want them one at a time, JD? Fine! Suck on it!

Chris Rea: Josephine.

More wine! I need more wine!

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Right! And I wait 30 seconds.

Next up, Chris Rea: On The Beach.

More to come.

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And there's more!

Chris Rea: Driving Home For Christmas.

Enjoy.

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And another.

Elkie Brooks: Lilac Wine.

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And finally, my favourite.

Elkie Brooks: We Don't Cry Out Loud.

I cannot listen to this without my eyes getting all wet. I think it's fantastic. There are other versions out there. Melissa Manchester's is great, but very american and somehow not quite to my taste. Shirley Bassey's is just all wrong (for me) as her voice is just too strong and it drowns the pathos out. Elkie Brooks' version is divine.

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Okay, John or Craig, why couldn't I do all that in one post? Even two posts?

Crazy! And now, instead of being all mellow and relaxed and calm, I'm wired and want to hit something.

I need more wine!

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Also wonderful to see Hull born guitar legend Mick Ronson on there. He grew up on the same council estate that I did.

Tenuous personal link to rock star no. 1 - Our lass once went out with Trevor Bolder's brother.

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And finally, my favourite.

Elkie Brooks: We Don't Cry Out Loud.

I cannot listen to this without my eyes getting all wet. I think it's fantastic. There are other versions out there. Melissa Manchester's is great, but very american and somehow not quite to my taste. Shirley Bassey's is just all wrong (for me) as her voice is just too strong and it drowns the pathos out. Elkie Brooks' version is divine.

Tenuous personal link to rock star no. 2 - I went to school with Elkie Brooks' cousin.

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