The Who - Who Are You?
Good choice the last album with Keith Moon
I don't know any of their original albums but I have their 'Ultimate Collection' greatest hits album.
It's one of those rare albums where I really like every song. Two full CDs and there's not a single duff song there.
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The Baddest Man Alive
Bet they had a laugh filming that.
Came across this discovery a short while ago whilst browsing on Spotify for all things Danny Thompson related. Featuring Darrell Scott, Kenny Malone and of course the wonderful Danny Thompson, this is like an Americana/Roots power trio. Shades of The Band, Little Feat, CCR and that kind of stuff. Fabulous, my best buy of the year so far..
Well he's not related to Richard but he has been a longtime friend and musical partner of RT for many a long year.
He's got a CV as long as your arm, he's played his double bass with far too many musicians to mention. Probably my favourite gig ever was seeing Richard and Danny Thompson together at Manchester's Exchange Theatre years ago, a truly magical evening of music, song and humour.
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The Asteroids Galaxy Tour - Out of Frequency http://open.spotify.com/album/5XKHUB4FxiDdS1oWCE4a2U
It's an unusual yet cheerful sounding album by the girl from this Heineken ad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMfvzlf9Uus
This also fits with last gig too but a fortnight ago I saw some cracking bands at Pocktoberfest in Pocklington's old train station. Highlights for me Simon & Oscar of OSC doing a two man acoustic set and the final act of the day Echo and the Bunnymen.
have been listening to the back catalogue of both bands since. Forgot just how good the Bunnymen were.
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Dust Brothers...."Done and Dusted"
Yeah i think so to.
Listening to Blondie live tonight.
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Watched the footie and now having a celebratary bout of Radio Paradise.
Cor! You could hang coat hangers on those.
Some good songs there - most of which I haven't heard before. I have Blondies 'Best of' album in my collection which I think is great. You can't beat a bit of Debbie Harry.
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Natalie Merchant - Ophelia. Wonderful.
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