What Choons Yi Listening To?

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Well yesterday I was through in the weedge,at the Gods of Rap at the SSE Hydro, really enjoyed it and saw De La Soul, Public Enemy and the Woo Tang Clan, so right now I am mainly listening to a lot of my favourite Rap tracks.
 

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I'm actually listening to my mum's it's not so much a box set as tower box set of Classical cd's called 'The Classical Mood' and this particular one is called Forces of Nature track 13 Modest Mussorgksy St John's Night on the Bare Mountain and very good it is too.
 

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Just love Phoebe and I am finding this track really poignant at the moment.

 

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Been making up a 'mix tape' for my holidays today, so everything from Otis Redding, through Paul Heaton, to the Monkees and Rodrigo.
 

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Just restocked my MP3 (old school but I like 'em). Little bit of Wishbone, Deep Purple, Stones, Uriah Heep, Rainbow, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Nazareth, Guns and Roses - most tunes are old but so am I.
 

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Loving this track as a great wee 3 minute pop song. Mattiel is playing in The Caves on 4 July if anyone fancies it.

 

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For our new striker :giggley:

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Been listening non-stop all week to the new Springsteen album Western Stars....yet another masterpiece album from the Boss.
Man's in a class of his own as far as I am concerned.
 

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I was in Sainsburys on Thursday and was looking at their LP collection and I plumped for Cream's Disraeli Gears as it's supposed to be a classic.I was thinking I hope none of my old punk mates see me.So I got home and put it on and I was like 'oh I know this one' 'then another one I knew.That was it I knew nothing else and I was thinking 'the lyrics are lame as fuck'.Anyway it was ok but I was seriously underwhelmed.It will go in my pile of records that don't have a box.I can't see it getting much time on my turntable.
 

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John Martyn from his tremendous album Solid Air which I bought in 1973. This was recorded on the great innovative Old Grey Whistle Test. The man is 10 years gone now. A big miss for me.


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