Electro wrote:SpiceWeasel wrote:Keep hearing this song on the radio and finally found out who it is..... London Grammar. A bit of a Florence versus the XX kinda vibe, but I really like it.Waisting my young yearsWicked game cover In for the kill coverI really like this style of music and London grammar is going straight on my to buy list , great stuff thanks , :cheers:Good init.Electro, please visit my blog and see if there's anything you likeMacwww.macsmusic.blogbubble.net
SpiceWeasel wrote:Keep hearing this song on the radio and finally found out who it is..... London Grammar. A bit of a Florence versus the XX kinda vibe, but I really like it.Waisting my young yearsWicked game cover In for the kill cover
Keep hearing this song on the radio and finally found out who it is..... London Grammar. A bit of a Florence versus the XX kinda vibe, but I really like it.
Waisting my young years
Wicked game cover
In for the kill cover
I really like this style of music and London grammar is going straight on my to buy list , great stuff thanks , :cheers:
Electro, please visit my blog and see if there's anything you like
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Laura Veirs – Warp & Weft
A bit heavier than previous, but still quality.
Radio 1's Live Lounge (2006) 2 CD dropped through the letterbox this morning so listening to that.
There are a few naff songs on the discs, as you'd expect from a compilation, but there's a lot there that are really good and entertaining...some stand out tracks as well, and others, well, not so good; the Arctic Monkeys covering the Girls Aloud's 'Love Machine' (track 2 on CD1) is kråp with kråp on top! Can they actually sing in tune? Horrible noise. When they got to the chorus and tried singing....the horror, plug my ears! Thankfully it got a lot better after that.
12 of the 20 tracks on CD1 are covers but only 5 of the 20 tracks on CD2 are covers. It would have been better if they'd have all been covers (for my tastes). Would have made it more interesting. I've been surprised anyway, which is always good. And for just £1.65 for a double CD I can't complain too much :grin:
(TBH I'd never heard of some of the artists on this double CD...no doubt something to do with my age )
Men At Work - Down Under
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SARA ISAKSSON & REBECKA TÖRNQVIST
Love there album "Fire In The Hole"
Which is a collection of Steely Dan Covers
My favourite Pear Of The Quarter and Brooklyn (owes the charmer over me)
Love this version of Mother And Child Reunion As well
[quote=dexxas]SARA ISAKSSON & REBECKA TÖRNQVIST
As a rule, not too keen on covers, but this is Class... will check them out further.
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Stornoway – Tales from Terra Firma
This was recommended by a friend, but can't make my mind up about this one... certainly got something about it, but doesn't quite hit the spot for me.
The Allman Brothers Band 'At Filmore East' Terrific!
Hovercraft- Experiment Below
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Springsteen -- Nebraska
Frighteningly fresh and (as the dreadful Simon Cowell would say) relevant.
When I die I don't want no part of heaven / I would not do heaven’s work well / I pray the devil comes and takes me to stand / In the fiery furnaces of hell
The Police - Message In A Bottle
Frankie Rose / Here in wild. Amazing
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Ane Brun Rarities
Golden Ears wrote:Ane Brun Rarities
Good choice and Electro will agree with you.
Jane Taylor - Compass
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