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Discussion in 'Tottenham Hotspur' started by littleDinosaurLuke, Feb 3, 2017.
I am trying to get out of my comfort zone!
but as you asked
YouTube's algorithm is throwing some weird **** my way again...
...as is Spotify's...
I got The Surfrajettes.
No surprise there then
In tribute to the great Clive James, these are his lyrics sung stunningly by Julie Covington
I've been booking my tickets for the 2020 Festival @ The 100 Club, 10 days of Punk Rock for £85 is a bargain by my reckoning.
I can't make every day but have gone for...
TV Smith & The Bored Teenagers on Fri 3rd Jan
The Vibrators on Weds 8th
The Boys on Sat 11th
That just leaves the question of who's closing on Sunday and whether to buy a ticket, just in casey?
Friggin hell, everyone is dying. Farewell then Andrew "Greedy" Smith. I liked this tune
25 years ago today, the most awe-inspiring piece of music ever composed was heard for the first time...
40 years ago, a new era of "jazz funk" was released ...
That takes me back. My older brother used to play it at/to me.
I wasn't a huge fan. Generally, I preferred their record sleeves which were fabulous.
we lost this man a year ago today, miss you Pete
Top man for posting this.
The spooky thing is that I had an urge to upload "I Don't Mind" to a Facebook group I'm in today. Looked up Pete and noticed that it was 12 months to the day!
'90s Ramonescore, Norn Iron style
Nobody does disdain like Jim Reid.
The music of my youth (along with da Ramones)
They're playing Butlins Bognor on Jan 10th and a few others next year, including
March 21 - Albert Hall Manchester
March 22 - Roundhouse
Tickets are long since sold out (apart from Butlins). So, wait until May and go and see The Undertones instead...
Some mates of mine are playing this tribute to Joe Strummer in a couple of weeks, so Ill see you guys there...
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I really hope that Pete Shelly gets remembered in a similar fashion. He was such an important figure in the Manchester music scene. Buzzcocks must have their tribute acts? I know that 48 Thrills do at least 2 of theirs in every set.
Here's 48 Thrills doing their thing (brilliantly) to Train in Vain (from 1.21)...
I've finally managed to get my old Hi Fi system back up and running and unearthed the vinyl collection
Here goes.....what are your favourite live albums
Mine are no order just what mood I'm in
Talking heads Stop Making Sense
Bill Withers Live at the Carnegie Hall
Van Morrison It's Too Late To Stop now
Joni Mitchell Miles of aisles
Nirvana MTV Unplugged
There must be more but that's all that comes to mind while I play Talking Heads
Bias aside ...
Ziggy Stardust: The Motion Picture.
Captured the Bowie sound (Mick Ronson etc) at its highest/rawest.
I've got a bootleg that I paid an arm and leg for , it was of the Bowie Station to Station tour " return of the Thin White Duke with Nils Lofgren on lead guitar