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What are you listening to right now # 32

Discussion in 'music' started by TheDecameron, Nov 26, 2011.

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  1. RickyC6

    RickyC6 Infuriate the frog-men

    Yeah early Simple Minds were brilliant. Shame they went so utterly shite. I think the rot maybe started setting in on New Gold Dream, although at the time I really liked it. Might have to spin some of the old stuff.
  2. alan967tiger

    alan967tiger pfm Member

    Pretenders - I and II
  3. stephen bennett

    stephen bennett Mr Enigma

    Field Music 'Plumb' - purple vinyl
    White Willow 'Terminal twilight' vinyl

  4. ossy

    ossy pfm Member

    Antonio forcione - touch wood and years of joy.....ooooooh (my two most visited records)
  5. sideshowbob

    sideshowbob 47 Lab Rat


    DAVEDWACK pfm Member

    Yep, struggling to argue with this, so:

    was: Clifford T Ward - Home Thoughts

    is: Van Morrison - Moondance

    next: Billy Butler and the Enchanters - The Right Track

    and to finish off with: Sam Cooke - The Man and his Music

    That'll get me in the mood for Rock 'n Roll at Royces club tonight "Some Like it Hot"....live music, dunno how I pulled it all in before becoming a Penno:D

  7. Engels

    Engels pfm Member

    Back In The Day - Courtney Pine (CD)
  8. irons1965

    irons1965 pfm Member

    Nah, NGD was fantastic.....Herbie Hancock's solo on 'Hunter And The Hunted', Derek Forbes' basslines on '....Catherine Wheel' and 'Big Sleep', Peter Walsh's superb production etc- Great record imo.
  9. Audiobeast

    Audiobeast Member

    Orbital - The middle of Nowhere - Truely epic, electronic journey, this has not been out of my CD player all week, an album you can Just press play sit back close your eyes and enjoy from start to finish.

    The best bit about it the album cost me £1.30 including delivery to my address now that's VFM! :D
  10. bazza

    bazza pfm Member

    First time for a while I've had a chance for a proper session;

    Beth Jeans Houghton and the hooves of destiny.
    Listened to this a lot on't ipod but sounding good on vinyl;quiet recording/master so needs the volume turning up.


    No intro needed there.


    Excellent ORG remaster.
  11. afewbeers

    afewbeers more sense than money

    ZZ Top - Eliminator :)

    Haven't played it in years but saw a tribute band last night, seems they were better than the real thing...
  12. Ed Rogerson

    Ed Rogerson Culturally irrelevant

    Was: Tame Impala - Innerspeaker (Australian psychedlic/stoner rock from 2010 - unusual)
    Is: Peaking Lights - 936 (boy/girl US dub/electronica on yellow vinyl - Thanks Martin M)
  13. 73Chaz

    73Chaz pfm Member

    Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Colossus
  14. RickyC6

    RickyC6 Infuriate the frog-men

    Charles Lloyd Quartet/Mirror (2010 - err download!). Very nice.
  15. dsg

    dsg Bearded fellow

    Haven't listened to that one for a while. Just got it off the shelf for a listen. But some of their albums are masterpieces and so immersive. I wore out my copies of the Brown album and Insides with repeated listening.

  16. georgeeasten

    georgeeasten pfm Member

    Paul Simon - So beautiful or what

    I wasn't so keen when I first heard the album but now, just listening tonight, I really like it. Changes in my system really bring it to life.
  17. Ed Rogerson

    Ed Rogerson Culturally irrelevant

    Fac. Dance vinyl compilation from last year - a slightly less "obvious" sample of Factory Records' output in the 1980s, albeit that it features the likes of Quando Quango, ACR, Durutti Column, etc. Incredible to think this stuff is 30 years old!
  18. gassor

    gassor There may be more posts after this.

    Crooners from the 40s make me feel nostalgic, but its from a decade before I emerged into the world.
  19. gassor

    gassor There may be more posts after this.

    And now for something different, just been listening to Dirty Beaches who seems like the real deal. Very unique and original, echoing the sound of Phil Spectre.

    "This set of influences, which extends to the minimal thrust of Suicide and the Cramps' manic rockabilly, feels unique, simply because it's been largely untouched by indie music during the past decade or so."

    Honestly mesmerising.
  20. Gaius

    Gaius Trade: Stiletto by Tangerine

    Joni - Blue
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