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The Big Music Thread

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by MickeyPaul, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. Punter

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    Heather Small and M People are great. Angel Street is probably my favourite one of theirs.
  2. slick

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    A friend of mine has a good story about her when she used to go out with Sean Edwards.

    He's a Wiganer and they both rolled up at his local working mens club one night.
    During the night Sean went up to the compare and asked would it be ok if his girlfriend sang them a couple of songs.
    The compare replied, 'No son, you know Karaoke is on Thursday nights'.:lol
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  3. Colbro

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    Mine too ! :thumb

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  4. Colbro

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    I'd forgotten how good these were







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  5. Colbro

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    What a great album "The Hurting" was





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    I bought this when I was young - It could have been a great track had there been better lyrics

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    A bit more Canadian Rock



  8. Punter

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    The Dualers!







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  9. Colbro

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    Can I give a double like to those vids Punt :clap

    Music with a smile on its face beats "serious" most of the time
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  10. Punter

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    True. And good to see a Ska and reggae band about again :)
  11. Steve_uk

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    They're very good and lift my spirits. The lead vocalist has such a rich timbre to his voice; do you think he could become a Frank Sinatra as he moves into middle age or is he content with this genre?
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  12. Colbro

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    I'm not too keen on titles - can we just call it "anti X factor music" :lol

    I like this vid - and the guy dancing in the background.

    Hs is not there at the start - but then takes centre stage

    And under no circumstances is he putting down his shopping bag :lol

    Not mocking him - just loving his genuine enjoyment at the sight he has happened to come across

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  13. Punter

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    There'll never be another Sinatra, will there? I've actually been playing him a bit recently. My lad is a big fan of his.
    Not sure of the fellas name here but i'm sure he'll do alright from singing whatever genre he goes with.

    :lol Brilliant. Could of been Desmond Dekker himself.
  14. ONEDUNME

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    Guys got a good voice. I fucking hate Ska with a passion. I can put up with a bit of reggae but it gets fucking repetitive after a while. Hell for me would be getting stuck in Punters car in a snowstorm and having to listen to his fucking CD collection.
  15. Punter

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    You dont know what you're talking about. I'm the Tony Blackburn of Worcestershire.
  16. ONEDUNME

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    That, I can believe
  17. slick

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    Smashing that Punt, I was thinking I could drive to this all day long:lol

    I'm a big fan of 60's and 70's Reggae especially Marley, John Holt and Jimmy Cliff, great summer music.
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  18. Colbro

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    A sort of Bossa Nova jazz funky instrumental - for those who like that sort of thing

  19. ONEDUNME

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    Had their album in 1982 Colbro. Thanks for bringing back some good memories


  20. ONEDUNME

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    Along with Stevie Wonder and the new romantic stuff that was in my music collection about then, there was plenty of jazz funk stuff and all sorts of stuff that I have no idea where I obtained it from. Quite an eclectic collection I reckon. Got into classical music mid to late 80s so my music collection (not that it was a collection, I've never really been big into buying music) must have looked like an explosion in a record shop.

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