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message 1: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Complete with question mark specially for Lez:-)


message 2: by theDuke (last edited Oct 06, 2017 09:16AM) (new)

theDuke | 5605 comments King Gizz's latest album...the third one released this year...Sketches of Brunswick East, in collaboration with Mild High Club.

Nice 'n' laid back jazzy affair, different from their usual style.


message 3: by Tim (new)

Tim Franklin | 8462 comments Cottonwoodhill - Brainticket

Organ heavy acid space/krautrock from 1971


message 4: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments Agrovators Meets The Revolutioners ‎– At Channel One Studios - spelling as it appears on the woeful sleeve, not suitable for the quality inside - both outfits practically contain the same members so how the meet came about is anyone's guess! great and fluent dubbing with the a-team of horn sections in attendance.

y'know i'm out of sorts today - the neighbours (lovely people), are having their garden scaped, nice! sitting in living room i commented to miss t.s. 'making a racket out there', to which she quipped 'aye, they're tearing your fence down!' 'yeah, yeah, very amusing' to think no more about it, till i went through to the kitchen a couple of minutes later to be met by the bone crunching sound of my fence (which i made myself, b.t.w.!) being ripped from the post! in a fury i flung open the door 'w.t.f. are you doing with my fence?' 'oh, we've been told to replace it due to decking going down. did no-one tell you?' no. cue rant at contractor! i had to go out soon after, and neighbours have gone away for weekend, so i'm left in a kind of curious nagging limbo, wondering why this had never been mentioned by my, honestly, great neighbours of 20 years! it has been replaced by a bigger, some might say sturdier fence, but i remain in perplexity! i wouldn't have been difficult to deal with if forewarned! anyway...................


message 5: by suzysunshine7 (new)

suzysunshine7 | 14505 comments Tech wrote: "Agrovators Meets The Revolutioners ‎– At Channel One Studios - spelling as it appears on the woeful sleeve, not suitable for the quality inside - both outfits practically contain the same members s..."

Oops?!! - perhaps your Neighbours have no idea as to what the Contractors are actually doing? I'm not sure that I'd want to go away anywhere while anyone just ran riot through my House and Garden without at least some supervision - LOL! ;o>


message 6: by suzysunshine7 (last edited Oct 06, 2017 07:16PM) (new)

suzysunshine7 | 14505 comments A cwappity kind of a night for me and so I'm sat up listening to my latest purchase of the Silhouettes album by Aquilo and also enjoying it very much too.

I actually bought it because, despite only knowing the one track of it that was recently used on a new season trailer ad on the Drama Channel, I was intrigued by Aquilo being two young lads from a small place called Silverdale which I always pass through on my frequent Train journeys back and forth through Cumbria.

And now I feel all suitably soothed and dreamy and chilled out I'm off to try and get back to sleep ... x NN x ;o>


message 7: by Collette (new)

Collette | 4210 comments "The Long Road Home: The Ultimate John Fogerty - Creedence Collection"


message 8: by Collette (new)

Collette | 4210 comments "The Chicago Story: The Complete Greatest Hits"


message 9: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Heathen Hymns - Galley Beggar, currently

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


message 10: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Understanding - The Gayladds, a present from techy found in my postbox this afternoon when we got back from Fowey. Great stuff, thanks a lot.


message 11: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments pleasure, derek!


message 12: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence - Blue Oyster Cult, current track:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrd2x...

For my money, one of the best guitar solos ever:-)


message 13: by Gordon (last edited Oct 08, 2017 01:23PM) (new)

Gordon (skiiltan) | 2933 comments Derek wrote: "Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence - Blue Oyster Cult, current track:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrd2x...
For my money, one of the best guitar solos ever:-)"


Never heard it before, Derek. As a big Hawkwind fan in the seventies/eighties I was pretty miffed when Michael Moorcock defected to BÖC. I did buy Mirrors, featuring Moorcock's The Great Sun Jester, but never got around to any other BÖC albums.

It is a good guitar solo. Probably not your cup of PG Tips but I'd also recommend UFO's live recording of Rock Bottom:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0Oat...

Intrumental break begins around 3:45 (in case you can't stand Phil Mogg's vocals).


message 14: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Gordon wrote: "Derek wrote: "Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence - Blue Oyster Cult, current track:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrd2x...
For my money, one of the best guitar solos ever:-)"

Never heard it befor..."


I've got that album Gordon but haven't played it for years. I agree it is a cracking guitar solo but I prefer BOC. Not that bothered about Phil Mogg's voice, it's pretty much 'hard rock standard'. I'd rather listen to him than the likes of Glenn Hughes:-)


message 15: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Another present from techie, thanks again tech:

CB200/Bionic Dread - Dillinger


message 16: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Live At The BBC, Vol. 2 - Strawbs, currently:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn8TT...


message 17: by Brass Neck (new)

Brass Neck | 3624 comments https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dirty-Mind-V... - Prince. His initial breakthrough before Purple blew the doors off. Funky smut. Good pressing for £8.99 new.

Speaking of doors;
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Doors-50th-A...


message 18: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments https://www.amazon.co.uk/Culture-Deej... - classics in extended deejay style featuring the likes of i roy, clint eastwood p.far i, etc.


message 19: by Tim (last edited Oct 10, 2017 12:57PM) (new)

Tim Franklin | 8462 comments Black Ships Ate The Sky - Current 93

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Black-Ships-...


message 20: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments https://www.amazon.co.uk/Last-Polaroi... - Charles Jenkins & the Zhivagos, a lovely present from Lez, thanks:-)


message 21: by Phil= (new)

Phil= | 2 comments That album reads wonderful, Tim.
Listened to your nomination from the album on the voting thread, and that sounds wonderful.

Time Machines - Coil

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Time-Machine...


message 23: by Tim (new)

Tim Franklin | 8462 comments It's a very fine album Phil=. Not an easy listen, but you wouldn't expect that from Mr Tibet, would you?! ;-)

Sulk - Associates

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sulk-Associa...


message 24: by theDuke (last edited Oct 10, 2017 04:59PM) (new)

theDuke | 5605 comments Naturality - ORB

Brand new sophomore album from the Aussie Psyche stoners...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Naturality-O...


message 25: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments spent time listening to 6music yesterday, where the album of the day was liam gallagher's new one, but i'll tell you what..............it's every bit as tired, predictable, turgid, insipid, pedestrian and puerile as you might expect, but the sad thing is, it will sell in shedloads!


message 26: by Sera69 (new)

Sera69 | 1563 comments Calm by SPC ECO - Curve with more of a trip hop vibe. Still dark and brooding but not as spiky. Be good for Halloween!




message 27: by Brass Neck (new)

Brass Neck | 3624 comments Johnny wrote: "Out Of All This Blue - The Waterboys

The music's fine for the most part - funky - and it sounds great. But it's too long and some of the lyrics are a bit cringe worthy.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/..."


I'd certainly like to shove that infernal and ubiquitous drum machine (he gives it a fancier name) where the sun don't shine and no sound can emerge.


message 28: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments hmmmm, i'd keep the drum machine and dump mike scott up his own erse! :)


message 29: by Helen The Melon (last edited Oct 11, 2017 06:24AM) (new)

Helen The Melon | 2621 comments Hello peeps!

Trying to do a link to V - The Horrors

https://www.amazon.co.uk/V-Horrors/dp...

It's ok, but unlike most of the reviewers I'm not liking it that much. Maybe it's a bit too poppy/commercial?


message 30: by Helen The Melon (new)

Helen The Melon | 2621 comments Oh, I've temporarily misplaced my melon!!! Do you prefer me unaccompanied/naked, or would you like me to retrieve my melon?
😉


message 31: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments oo-er, missus! how about strategic melons? :)


message 32: by SussexWelsh (new)

SussexWelsh | 4854 comments Helen wrote: "Oh, I've temporarily misplaced my melon!!! Do you prefer me unaccompanied/naked, or would you like me to retrieve my melon?
😉"


You're almost unrecognisable without it


message 33: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Get Dreamy - The Dream, Norwegian psych/pop from 1967

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Get-Dreamy-D...


message 34: by Brass Neck (last edited Oct 11, 2017 12:32PM) (new)

Brass Neck | 3624 comments https://www.amazon.co.uk/Return-Sky-V... - Causa Sui. Danish instrumental stoner-ish rock.

Then our lass went out so it's up with the volume and on with the 'What's THIS cr@p?' tuneage;

https://www.amazon.co.uk/COUNTER-EURO... - Misty In Roots. Near mint copy I picked up very reasonably, a classic of politically-charged Brit reggae.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rare-Dubs-At... - v/a.


message 35: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Shadows, Greys & Evil Ways - The White Buffalo

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Shadows-Grey...


message 36: by Brass Neck (new)

Brass Neck | 3624 comments https://www.amazon.co.uk/Black-Solida... - Robert Ffrench (as written on cover). Early dancehall reggae.


message 37: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Carnival of Souls - The Wishing Tree

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Carnival-Sou...


message 38: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments ...and finally for this evening:

Neptune's Daughter - Luminescent Orchestrii

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Neptunes-Dau...


message 39: by Tim (new)

Tim Franklin | 8462 comments 20 Jazz Funk Greats - Throbbing Gristle

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jazz-Funk-Gr...


message 40: by Spiritinblack (new)

Spiritinblack | 127 comments East Monroe - Innes Sibun


message 41: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments Tim wrote: "20 Jazz Funk Greats - Throbbing Gristle

salut! - did you see there's an extensive re-issue programme (on mute) upcoming soon?



message 42: by Tim (new)

Tim Franklin | 8462 comments I did. Slightly worried in case the 'new' versions are in jewel cases rather than the Stylish digipacks. So have ordered Heathen Earth and Sleazy's reworking of Nico's Classic Desertshore. 2nd Annual Report is nla sadly


message 43: by Tech XXIII (new)

Tech XXIII  | 6385 comments Tim wrote: "I did. Slightly worried in case the 'new' versions are in jewel cases.........

me too! 2nd Annual Report went awol before i could buy it (have the original vinyl tho') but yeah, trainspotters like you and me would worry about the packaging! :) Heathen Earth is magnificent!



message 44: by Sera69 (new)

Sera69 | 1563 comments Monty Python Sings (Again) by Monty Python - Great fun, with an excellent live second disc.


message 45: by Tim (new)

Tim Franklin | 8462 comments Throbbing Gristle 1979 Live, the second disc with 20 Jazz Funk Greats.


message 46: by Brass Neck (last edited Oct 12, 2017 09:47AM) (new)

Brass Neck | 3624 comments A belated blast of TP (RIP) goodness;

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tom-Petty-He... (Hellfire, only cost me £12 with a barely bent corner, my how dying drives prices up).
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Youre-Gonna-... (£9.32 a year ago).
https://www.amazon.co.uk/hard-promise... 35 year old vinyl, mint condition. Mind you didn't get played for 30 years during the misguided cd revolution.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/LONG-AFTER-V... (£84? Aye right)


message 47: by Derek (last edited Oct 12, 2017 02:18PM) (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments In Concert at Forresters Hall - Sir Coxsone & Duke Reid

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Concert-at-F...

Actually, that should be:

Sir Coxsone & Duke Reid In Concert at Forresters Hall - Various Artists


message 48: by Derek (new)

Derek W | 1207 comments Deep Dark Savage Heart - Melody Pool, did you send me this Val? If so, thanks, if not, I've no idea where I got it from.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Deep-Dark-Sa...


message 49: by [deleted user] (new)

I don't know if there is anyone from the rock, or metal forums, but it's worth a go. I'll just play a random track off Itunes, and see what it is.

Megadeth - Hanger 18.


message 50: by Val (last edited Oct 12, 2017 10:38PM) (new)

Val H. | 13649 comments Derek - Quite possibly. Indeed highly likely. I am a big fan. Love her and both her albums.


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