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The Staves.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=83oi_9Dq4Nw

Lovelys From England no less! With Anonymous 4 retiring....

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Long trips in the truck yesterday and today. Playing R.L. Burnside's "Come On In" album so I can sing along .....

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I have over 123000 songs on my hard drive so plenty to listen to.
Just a couple from the last leg flight home last night.

UFO - Lights out.

https://youtu.be/z-uFp0m2xNs

Boston - Peace of Mind.

https://youtu.be/Q5ZL8qvEmR0

Who can forget 1979.

https://youtu.be/bbr60I0u2Ng




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Was thinking about this one. Classic...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMOGaugKpzs

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Whoops. The Lovely Rose said we are listening to this classic rock love song. So, whilst I listen to a bit of Police, The Lovely Rose asks us to give an ear to Bryan Adams and "our" song."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGoWtY_h4xo

Cheers, mates.

Me, And The Lovely Rose.


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Originally Posted by T140V-Rich
Whoops. The Lovely Rose said we are listening to this classic rock love song. So, whilst I listen to a bit of Police, The Lovely Rose asks us to give an ear to Bryan Adams and "our" song."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGoWtY_h4xo

Cheers, mates.

Me, And The Lovely Rose.


Really like Bryan Adams. When "Summer of '69" rolls around on the cassette player in the shop, I'm singin' along big time .... !

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I can listen to and enjoy anything from Big Band to bluegrass to blues, but hip hop and rap just leave me cold. I will admit to going full volume on Rebel Rebel by Bowie whenever it plays. Problem I have now is I mostly listen to the ringing in my ears (and the voices in my head..but they're baaaad grin )


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Can't pin down any particular style because there are just too many, but still like to listen to Quicksilver, Savoy Brown to name a couple. Also an obscure forgotten combo from San Francisco called Lamb labeled psycadelic folk comes to mind. Many many more.


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Originally Posted by Lannis
Originally Posted by T140V-Rich
Whoops. The Lovely Rose said we are listening to this classic rock love song. So, whilst I listen to a bit of Police, The Lovely Rose asks us to give an ear to Bryan Adams and "our" song."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGoWtY_h4xo

Cheers, mates.

Me, And The Lovely Rose.


Really like Bryan Adams. When "Summer of '69" rolls around on the cassette player in the shop, I'm singin' along big time .... !

Lannis


That was a great album. Great selection, Lannis!


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A wee tiny bit of Brit bike content.... 500?

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Originally Posted by Roadwarrior
Dark Side Of The Moon from beginning to end

That album sold more sets of headphones than any record ever, especially quad headphones. laughing

Tonight, it's Tommy Bolin, "Teaser." Can't stay away from the turntable since I got analog world set up in my studio.
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Bloody hell ! W h ats happened here ! Am I the only gero that remembers Johnny Burnett ? " A Big, Big World ". A classic, in my book ! Geez, whats the world coming to !
And whats wrong with Jim Reeves ? Burl Ives ? Slim Whitman ?

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Ivory Coast dance music. It's my new thing. I'm planning on performing at the next BSA International ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_94viw75ulc

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Tonight, another venture into vinyl.
Started off with "Strange Land" by Box of Frogs, a little Steve Hunter, and now it's Ian Hunter/ Mick Ronson, "Welcome to the Club."
"You didn't know what rock'n'roll was until you met the drummer on the Greyhound bus."


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So much for the warm-up act. Time to put on Mott the Hoople Live!


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lol

glam rock

saw them at the oval in 1971 along with joe cocker and greaseband


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The Record Company has been sparking me up lately....

Old's cool new school bluesy rock with a lap steel. 3 piece soul sauce.
Dig it.


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Taj Mahal & Keb Mo just did a CD together. Fine stuff

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Hears what I listened to while going over the Commando last night.....A classic





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