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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by SandboxGeneral, Mar 22, 2013.
Heard this for the first time driving home. Pretty good, I thought.
Listening to some new Alan Parsons from his album "The Secret". Not bad, at all.
Found out that Kacey Musgraves put out a new video. Not the greatest animation, but I liked it as well as the song (which is awesome).
Crazy right wing politics aside, yeah it is a decent one from Ted.
Melancholic, morbid, and wonderfully in keeping with my mood.
Yes - Turn of the Century - (one of my favorite yes tunes) - kind of new age - before there was new age music
Listening to a few things, but this is the standout. 500 Miles To Memphis' "My Time Is Up". A highly underrated band that really deserves a wider listening audience.
REM and Simple Minds.
Simon Dupree & The Big Sound: Castle In The Sky.
Simon Dupree & The Big Sound with Jacqui Chan: Kites.
Let Her Cry by Hootie & The Blowfish
Fandango - Antonio Soler.
The slower version.
Finally got a chance to listen to the whole album of Alan Parsons' "The Secret". It's really quite good and an excellent addition to all of his previous works. Definitely going to be buying the CD to add to my collection.
"Free Nelson Mandela" - by The Specials.
I’d forgotten about this one.
A few from Dexy's Midnight Runners: The Celtic Soul Brothers; Tell Me When My Lights Turn Green; Come On Eileen; Geno; There, There, My Dear; Until I Believe In My Soul; This Is What She's Like; The Teams That Meet In Caffs (among others).
Come on Eileen reminds me of house parties I’ve attended in my youth.
One of my favorite composers. Just fantastic music, nothing much more to say about it really. Hits just the right spot after a particularly messed up day.
Yes, I remember consuming (execrable) homemade wine at a student house party sometime, back in.....oh, the early 80s, to the soundtrack of Come On Eileen.
Homemade wine (execrable) and dancing - sigh - are not a match in Heaven made.
I love this, also.
This Mortal Coil - Song To The Siren
This English family. Two sisters, a brother, and mom and dad. This a screen shot, not a link.
Paul Kelly - Bradman
Bradman is one of my sporting heroes. I suppose the best way to describe this song would be if Bob Dylan wrote a song about Babe Ruth.
This mornings playlist included a pair of classics.