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What album are you listening to? Part 3
08 September 2016 21:27 Post ID: #1652053 - in reply to #1125860
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Joni Mitchell's 1st album, Song To A Seagull.
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08 September 2016 21:58 Post ID: #1652063 - in reply to #1125860
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Gram Parsons - 'Grievous Angel'.

His second solo album, from '74, released just a few months after his death.


Another talent who passed way too early, but as with many others, he left some great music behind, from The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Bros. etc., etc.
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09 September 2016 20:16 Post ID: #1652183 - in reply to #1125860
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Inspired by Glensider tonight I am mostly listening to Gram Parsons & The Fallen Angels - Live 1973.
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10 September 2016 00:56 Post ID: #1652227 - in reply to #1125860
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'Skeleton Tree' by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - How do you lose a child and produce an album this incredible? Struggling to get through it in one listen to be honest. Beautiful, yet utterly heartbreaking. The review in 'The Guardian' sums it up:

'Skeleton Tree will take its place in the racks alongside Justin Bieber or whoever, where it will sit like a gaping open wound. It will prove scant consolation to the singer that the worst kind of trauma has produced a piece of art that will surely prove unforgettable to all who hear it.'

Track: 'Distant Sky'


Edited by McGrath4Pope 10/9/2016 09:19
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15 September 2016 20:09 Post ID: #1653773 - in reply to #1125860
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^^^ That's on my shopping list.



No Other - Gene Clark's 1974 masterpiece.
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21 September 2016 01:09 Post ID: #1654790 - in reply to #1125860
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Where is Pride of Lions .....?
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06 October 2016 21:54 Post ID: #1658692 - in reply to #1125860
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I'm listen to a bloody good album, a true gem............

Mr. Fantasy - TRAFFIC

Jim Capaldi – drums, percussion, vocals
Dave Mason – guitar, mellotron, sitar, tambura, shakkai, harmonica, percussion, bass guitar.
Steve Winwood – organ, guitar, bass guitar, piano, harpsichord, percussion, vocals, arrangements
Chris Wood – flute, saxophone, organ, percussion, vocals.


What a band. Brummie roots too.
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08 October 2016 10:05 Post ID: #1658849 - in reply to #1125860
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Lmfao. Mamma Mia. Abba.
My wife had the car the other day and she had it on and I couldn't be bothered to change it.
I was listening to stone roses.
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