Mostly been listening to Fletwood Mac, Alice Cooper and Inxs !!
`The River` by Bruce Springsteen.
`Songs Of Darkness, Words Of Light` by My Dying Bride.
`Prophet Of The Last Eclipse` by Luca Turilli.
`Strangeways Here We Come` by The Smiths.
`The Long Run` by The Eagles.
`Hark The Village Wait` by Steeleye Span.
`Songs From The Wood` by Jethro Tull.
Anarchy in the UK - Sex Pistols
and just before
1983... (A Merman I should turn out to be) - Hendrix
Celtic winning the league on Radio 5
right now..............nora jones
Latest update... b52s - dance this mess around
bowie - golden years
Have just bought my Journey ticket for the Hammy Odeon btw - third row
Pete Townshend's Lifehouse album. Baba O'Riley, the orchestral version, is quite a listen. Good preparation for the savagery of a reckless group of Y9 students.
I've been having a bit of a Who and Pete Townshend phase recently and it got me thinking how much I now prefer Pete's voice to Roger's. Thirty years ago I couldn't cope without Daltrey's garbled roar, but now the subtleties of Mr. T win out.
Emiliana Torrini - Fisherman's Woman The Field - From here we go sublime Portishead - Third
Lucinda Williams - Car wheels on a gravel road.
perfect anytime of day.
Thin LIzzy - Vagaonds(disc 1 from the 4 disc ear-book) VAGABONDS KINGS WARRIORS ANGELS
As recommended by Thaiman(as far as i recall?)
Ive got a few current favourites
I got the new Portishead when it came out, expecting big things after being pretty into them the first time round. Stuck it on, realised theyre actually quite dull and havent played it since!
`Yours Truly` - Air Supply This album contains a stunning song called `You Are The Reason` featuring a guest vocalist named Mehnaz.
Gabriela Montero - Bach and Beyond (awesome piano improvisation!) The Postal Service - Give up Colleen - The Golden Morning Breaks (Leaf label)
user="fast eddie" wrote:Lucinda Williams - Car wheels on a gravel road.perfect anytime of day.