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visibility3miles 29th Jul 2020 18:23

Laughter is the best medicine:


sidevalve 29th Jul 2020 20:32

Here's a little-known factoid for the next time it goes quiet in the snug:
Johnny Hallyday's lead guitarist is Robin - son of John Le Mesurier and Hattie Jacques..
You couldn't make it up..
Now back to music!
Here's Alessandro Carbonare showing astonishing breath control with the clarinet solo from Rachmaninoff's 2nd Symphony:

Caboclo 1st Aug 2020 04:35

The Loaf is a bit past his prime, but his girlie du jour plays her part rather well.


Ancient Observer 1st Aug 2020 13:50

Back in the mid/late 70s I had a pair of Leak 2060s, on the end of a pretty good hi-fi. Meat Loaf would sound really good. I was in to Bat Out of Hell when it was released!

The neighbours were less impressed.

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Bergerie1 10th Aug 2020 09:47

Caboclo, How about this version?


jethro15 10th Aug 2020 10:37


visibility3miles 22nd Aug 2020 22:51

"Galileo" Indigo Girls



visibility3miles 22nd Aug 2020 23:16

Andain - Beautiful Things (Taken from TiŽsto In Concert)



meadowrun 23rd Aug 2020 00:52


TLDNMCL 23rd Aug 2020 01:05


Originally Posted by TURIN (Post 10736167)
RIght then Floyd fans, get a load of this.
These two incredibly talented young ladies have played in the great Albert Lee's band....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSUV9HqoKvo

If I'm to be honest, I find Pink Floyd about as entertaining as test cricket; however, I discovered these ladies a few weeks ago, and I have to say that their harmonies and ability to deliver many styles of music is a real treat. Hope to go to see them when we are allowed out again.

Blues&twos 23rd Aug 2020 20:10

For me, Kate Bush, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, Quadrophenia (The Who) and the frequently mentioned Pink Floyd. My particular favourite at the moment being "Wish You Were Here", live 'unplugged' version.
I'll play it constantly for weeks until I'm sick.of it, then find another favourite.

longer ron 23rd Aug 2020 20:35

Magna Carta 1971 - some lovely vocals and harmonising https://static.xx.fbcdn.net/images/e...5/16/1f642.png - some very tasty guitar from approx 3.00 when Davey changes to electric guitar.The guitar player on the right is Davey Johnstone who later became the guitarist for some singer called Reg Dwight https://static.xx.fbcdn.net/images/e...5/16/1f642.png


visibility3miles 5th Sep 2020 05:03

Gene Wilder - Pure Imagination



meadowrun 7th Sep 2020 23:02



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