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    Stumbled upon some old Goldfrapp stuff on Spotify this week. Strict Machine is still a brilliant track.


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    Just reopend boxes of vinyl after they were in storage. I am amazed at how many albums I bought again on CD thinking they were lost. A lot have been through the years though. Singles too.
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    Word Gets Around is much better I think.
    Agreed.

    Some signs of WGA in their recent song Chaos from the Top down!

    Was at their gig in the assembly rooms when they toured with that album. Sure the bouncing crowd damaged the floor and Ceiling of the room below!


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    I highly recommend DJ Guru from GangStarr jazzmataz albums, really chilled out rap with old Jazz beats. Really cool.
    Jurassic Five are also great
    Dj guru?????

    You mean guru 👍👍 the Dj was Dj premier.

    J5 are good, but not 100% on them. Too much filler. Nwa hugely over rated Imo.

    If we're going older hip hop.

    Midnight marauders by atcq, or blackstarr by mos def and talib kweli.

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    This morning had Penthouse & Pavement on by Heaven 17 playing during my run......Seems kinda relevant now

    Added more to the playlist here
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    Terence Trent Darby - Introducing the Hardline

    Revisiting this over 30yo still sounds great.

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    Steve Earle - guitar town

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    Morcheeba - Big Calm getting blasted in the sun today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onceinawhile View Post
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    Dj guru?????

    You mean guru 👍👍 the Dj was Dj premier.

    J5 are good, but not 100% on them. Too much filler. Nwa hugely over rated Imo.

    If we're going older hip hop.

    Midnight marauders by atcq, or blackstarr by mos def and talib kweli.
    It was Guru I added the prefix in error. It's two studio albums with loads of samples

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    The Sisters of Mercy - Floodland

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    Van Halen's second album and motley crue - Dr feel good album

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    Was listening to a great interview on the WTF podcast with Adam & Mike D......So currently working my way through Beastie Boys back catalogue....Paulís Boutique at the mo.

    Theyíre just great..

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    I've been in a pretty nihilistic mood the past few days, so I've reverted to a little bit of British-fuelled rage:

    Architects - Lost Forever//Lost Together

    The opening track is just pure release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicSwirlingShip View Post
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    Morcheeba - Big Calm getting blasted in the sun today.
    My joint favourite album along with Grace by Jeff Buckley. Sublime sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Exile View Post
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    My joint favourite album along with Grace by Jeff Buckley. Sublime sounds.
    Aye, I hadnít put it on in a while. Made for a splendid sunny day

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    Working my way through Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry back catalogue amazing albums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Working my way through Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry back catalogue amazing albums.
    Saw him last year at Kelvin grove park outdoor gig Great band and voice still strong
    Only saw them once at the Apollo promoting thier Avalon Album which has some great tracks on it


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    Van Morrison - 'Veedon Fleece'

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    Quote Originally Posted by archiecoby View Post
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    Van Morrison - 'Veedon Fleece'
    Who was that masked man and Bulbs are great tracks Not one of his top ten albums for me though


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronniekirk View Post
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    Who was that masked man and Bulbs are great tracks Not one of his top ten albums for me though


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    Cul De Sac is a favourite of mine. Love a bit of Van the Man

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    Cul De Sac is a favourite of mine. Love a bit of Van the Man
    Thereís an alternative take of Cul De Sac on YouTube that is one of my favourite tracks ever. Only 2 and a half minutes long but itís a classic. Fair play that starts the album is another favourite

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicSwirlingShip View Post
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    Cul De Sac is a favourite of mine. Love a bit of Van the Man
    Seen him more than any other artist The Hughs and the lows
    Best high Any one of the shows when he played the Live At SanFransisco Album with Brian Kennedy singing some parts van couldnít teach and some great Blues artists on tour with him
    Low When he sang Judy Collins Bring in the Clowns
    Band wasnít great and he said the line
    Bring in the clowns and walked off saying donít worry there here and that was it Show over lol



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    Quote Originally Posted by archiecoby View Post
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    Thereís an alternative take of Cul De Sac on YouTube that is one of my favourite tracks ever. Only 2 and a half minutes long but itís a classic. Fair play that starts the album is another favourite
    Will check it out


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronniekirk View Post
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    Seen him more than any other artist The Hughs and the lows
    Best high Any one of the shows when he played the Live At SanFransisco Album with Brian Kennedy singing some parts van couldnít teach and some great Blues artists on tour with him
    Low When he sang Judy Collins Bring in the Clowns
    Band wasnít great and he said the line
    Bring in the clowns and walked off saying donít worry there here and that was it Show over lol



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    Haha awesome. He truly is an enigma. We seen him in the Kelvingrove Bandstand the other summer and he was magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagicSwirlingShip View Post
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    Haha awesome. He truly is an enigma. We seen him in the Kelvingrove Bandstand the other summer and he was magic.
    Was at that as well He wandered through a door playing his harmonica mumbling Help Me
    I thought he was away for a pee But it soon became clear he had vacated the Bandstand and left the band to do their own thing and finish the show


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronniekirk View Post
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    Was at that as well He wandered through a door playing his harmonica mumbling Help Me
    I thought he was away for a pee But it soon became clear he had vacated the Bandstand and left the band to do their own thing and finish the show


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    Haha aye thatís right, he was probably back in the hotel before anyone realised he was gone.

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    Listening to Nils Lofgren's early stuff with Grin before he made it big. First time I've heard it for ages and still sounds great, far better than his solo stuff IMO.

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