Discussion in 'The Games Room' started by Slartibartfast, Sep 21, 2010.
That boy knows how to handle an Axe!
Last week. while visiting my eldest daughter, she asked me to change the cartridge on her turntable. Afterwards, wanting to check everything was ok, I perused her LP collection and found my copy of the 'The Yes Album', she had 'borrowed'.
Been playing it on the Walkman since I got back; 46 yrs old and still sounds great
Having read the Elvis thread in the lounge I'd thought I'd kick start this again. I like seeing what other people listen to.
So, today I'm decorating again and blasting out some tunes. Other than the radio my CD's so far today have been.
Telekon- Gary Numan
Woodface- Crowded House
Out of Time- R.E.M.
Stanley Road- Paul Weller
What next when Mr Weller has finished singing?
This should help with the decorating blues!
I don't think my arm can move my roller fast enough for that!
I generally use it to shift the missus out of the study when I want to get on the desktop.
Just re-read this post and it sounds a bit dodgy. I meant the desktop computer of course
How about this. The Jams finest album in my opinion.
Not heard that for years. I don't own it, so might Bluetooth it to the stereo. I have though, just put on..
The The - Soul Mining
Featuring one of my all time favourite songs, with Jools Holland on the piano. Reminds me so much of a certain time in my life (and yes a female is involved).
As you may gather from my choice of tunes today I'm not an intellectual. Perhaps if I put on some baroque, classical, folk, organ music etc I will be.
However, as I am going to see the Undertones in London in November I will settle with this for now.
I'm listening to the dulcet tones Carlton Kirby whilst watching the Vuelta a Espana
Lol, I've just googled that name as I'd never heard of him or his music. Now I know why.
And when you've finished with that one, you can go onto my favourite SLF album.......
I defy you not to sweep the paintbrush around to this - or to sweep your wife off her feet!
UnMute: A Tribute to Artists on Mute Records - Vol.I & II
Funnily enough I was thinking about SLF earlier.
I actually like that Kate. Not sure about sweeping my wife off her feet though, lol
In fact, back to my CD's perhaps I am an intellectual after all. I just might put this on.
Thanks for that. Just googled it and found the free download, so it's somewhere between there and my hard drive at the moment.
In fact I didn't need to google it, I missed that your post was an actual link.
This went down well with the wife who was planning on having a lie-in.
Yesterday evening itself it was The marriage of Figaro . In the afternoon it was a one man performance of the Odyssey and in the morning just a photo exhibition.
All. Excellent and Yes I am back in Edinburgh
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