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    Quote Originally Posted by Peevemor View Post
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    Not an album, but a bit of Breton trad/funk for anyone remotely interested. The video's a nod toward a Breton who became a fairly well known New York gangster in the 1920s.

    https://youtu.be/6tgh9Wik590
    Thatís superb.
    Every gimmick hungry yob,
    Digging gold from rock and roll
    Grabs the mic to tell us,
    He'll die before he's sold.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marinello59 View Post
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    Thatís superb.
    Because of the virus none of these guys have had any gigs/work since March (apart from those who also do a bit of teaching). Times are pretty desperate for them, but the upside is that they're working away on stuff like this in the meantime.

    Here's another crowd (although they're all mates so the next time could be a mixture of any of the guys in the 2 videos).

    https://youtu.be/y-kUFPsgrmE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peevemor View Post
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    Because of the virus none of these guys have had any gigs/work since March (apart from those who also do a bit of teaching). Times are pretty desperate for them, but the upside is that they're working away on stuff like this in the meantime.

    Here's another crowd (although they're all mates so the next time could be a mixture of any of the guys in the 2 videos).

    https://youtu.be/y-kUFPsgrmE
    I really enjoyed that. The guys look like they are having a blast as well.
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    Grabs the mic to tell us,
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    After watching his interview last night thought I would give McCartney 3 a try itís pretty decent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    After watching his interview last night thought I would give McCartney 3 a try itís pretty decent.
    I heard wee bits of it during a 5 minute report on the TV. I must admit I quite liked the bits I heard even though I'm normally not a fan at all of his solo stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    After watching his interview last night thought I would give McCartney 3 a try itís pretty decent.
    I somehow missed that McCartney had a new album until I also watched him and Idris Elba (who I thought was a bit stunted and awkward). Likes the previews so pre-orderedand it arrived today. Quite liking it.

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    I somehow missed that McCartney had a new album until I also watched him and Idris Elba (who I thought was a bit stunted and awkward). Likes the previews so pre-orderedand it arrived today. Quite liking it.
    I like idris but it wasnít a great interview.

    P mc I like he always comes across as humble and seems amazingly normal for his massive status.

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    I somehow missed that McCartney had a new album until I also watched him and Idris Elba (who I thought was a bit stunted and awkward). Likes the previews so pre-orderedand it arrived today. Quite liking it.
    It was a horrific interview. Needs to stick to his day job. I had to switch it off. Cringe to the max.

    Listening to the album now. It is really outragous that a 78 year old has produced this.
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    Shameless self promotion but The Twilight Sad kindly donated some signed items to help raise funds for the Be More Ruby charity which helps raise funds and awareness for rhabdomyosarcoma after a friend lost their six year old daughter Ruby to the disease earlier this year. Put a wee raffle for the prizes up at https://raffall.com/168758/enter-raf...CSl0m4dntVFJkY.

    Was going to do it as an eBay auction but realised that with money so tight for many, a raffle for a fiver a ticket was a far more fair way to do it whilst hopefully raising a whole load of money for the charity too.

    Please delete if this isn't allowed but thought I'd promote the hell out of it.


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    Really enjoying The Avalanches recent album We Will Always Love You.

    Lots of great collaborations

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    The KLF was made available some songs again after deleting their back catalogue nearly 30 years ago rumours we might see some new stuff.

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    Tim Minchin has released his first ever music album, Apart Together. As you'd expect from him, the words are intelligent, thoughtful and moving, and it's easy on the ear. I was close to tears listening to the title track, he paints such a sad but beautiful picture. Edinburgh gets a mention in another track too.

    It's not groundbreaking musically although the tunes are very good, but it's well arranged and produced, and it's definitely an album I'll be listening to regularly.
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    We will always love you by The Avalanches is a beautiful album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loopz View Post
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    We will always love you by The Avalanches is a beautiful album.
    I'm currently giving this its second listen although I might not get through it all before zzzzzzzz.

    Yesterday I thought it was the kind of thing I'd enjoy listening to late at night, maybe on a balcony overlooking the sea with a drink in hand.

    Tonight I'm listening on headphones and the vibe is a bit different from that. It's still good, but maybe not as contemplative as I thought. (Maybe I should wait before saying that. Interstellar love has just come on and it's exactly what I thought yesterday!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    I'm currently giving this its second listen although I might not get through it all before zzzzzzzz.

    Yesterday I thought it was the kind of thing I'd enjoy listening to late at night, maybe on a balcony overlooking the sea with a drink in hand.

    Tonight I'm listening on headphones and the vibe is a bit different from that. It's still good, but maybe not as contemplative as I thought. (Maybe I should wait before saying that. Interstellar love has just come on and it's exactly what I thought yesterday!)
    I came in from a walk this afternoon to find my 19 year old son looking for We go on after he heard me listening to it yesterday.

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    Looking forward to hearing ĎJTí the new disc by Steve Earle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loopz View Post
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    I came in from a walk this afternoon to find my 19 year old son looking for We go on after he heard me listening to it yesterday.
    It's a good track. Possibly the most commercial on the album?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Key West View Post
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    Looking forward to hearing ĎJTí the new disc by Steve Earle.
    Given the circumstances, arguably his most personal album ever. God knows how he made it through the recording.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    Given the circumstances, arguably his most personal album ever. God knows how he made it through the recording.

    Heís a very passionate guy and a brilliant singer/songwriter and the album is a fitting tribute to his son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loopz View Post
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    I came in from a walk this afternoon to find my 19 year old son looking for We go on after he heard me listening to it yesterday.
    I am really loving the album. It has a strange emotional pull at times and quite evocative.

    I saw that Mick Jones plays on "We go on". I loved the Clash, still do, and MJ used to be a big hero of mine.

    The space laser type sound effects on that track were nagging at my memory and reminded me of something I'd heard before. When I noticed it was Mick Jones, I realised that it was like a technique Big Audio Dynamite would use. Maybe it's a nod to E=MC2 or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    I am really loving the album. It has a strange emotional pull at times and quite evocative.

    I saw that Mick Jones plays on "We go on". I loved the Clash, still do, and MJ used to be a big hero of mine.

    The space laser type sound effects on that track were nagging at my memory and reminded me of something I'd heard before. When I noticed it was Mick Jones, I realised that it was like a technique Big Audio Dynamite would use. Maybe it's a nod to E=MC2 or something.
    Are you tracking my Interweb history HR . I had a little search for ďThis is BADĒ after listening to the track last week as it reminded me of them.
    I had a cassette of that album which I wore out listening to on my Walkman on the C5 bus journey to my part time job in B&Q on Easter Road back in the day.

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    Sleaford Mods new album is fantastic. A real return to form.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Loopz View Post
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    Are you tracking my Interweb history HR . I had a little search for ďThis is BADĒ after listening to the track last week as it reminded me of them.
    I had a cassette of that album which I wore out listening to on my Walkman on the C5 bus journey to my part time job in B&Q on Easter Road back in the day.
    Ah, excellent. It's been years since I'd listened to BAD so I wasn't sure I was making the right connection. Turns out we both were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Key West View Post
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    Heís a very passionate guy and a brilliant singer/songwriter and the album is a fitting tribute to his son.
    Dunno if you've seen this. As ever, straight from the heart and hip. Had me in bits.

    https://www.rollingstone.com/music/m...earle-1116373/

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