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24 Mar 2018 21:21 #51 by cousinscotty
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cousinscotty wrote: London Grammar - Truth is a Beautiful Thing

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It's a good record that London Grammar one. Do you do the music at the ground?


Not any more - I retired at the end of last season.


Must have been a great job. Did you get free reign to play what you wanted? Big Black, Bitch Magnet, The Jesus Lizard etc


Absolutely not. We had to play current chart stuff in order to bring the teenagers in. Seriously. I can guarantee that everything that was played garnered a complaint from someone.

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24 Mar 2018 23:05 #52 by Dancingbear
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Queen live at Wembley from 1986 on Sky Arts now. Takes some beating. Loved them then, was 13 at the time. My mates mam and dad took him to see them at Knebworth, lucky b'stard.

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25 Mar 2018 08:12 #53 by pacirv
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Magnum and Simon McBride.

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25 Mar 2018 09:52 #54 by Mr Quint
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Emmanuel top- 'banging' acid techno.

Peggy Gou- essential mix

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25 Mar 2018 18:43 #55 by munchymagic
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Bit of Suede's first album today with a nice bit of Blancmange for desert - Believe You Me is probably their best album and it bombed.

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25 Mar 2018 20:05 #56 by newcarlislefan
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Propaganda - A Secret Wish. Absolutely wonderful last night and almost made up for not being at BP.
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25 Mar 2018 20:19 #57 by melbourneblues
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ParcelPete wrote: One of the finest song ever written IMO.


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25 Mar 2018 23:26 #58 by SeepBladder
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Magician Among The Spirits by The Church on cd, also 1996
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Wow! Can't believe I've come across someone else who likes The Church, and on the CUFC forum no less... Superb band, been a fan for many years. Which would you say was your favourite album of theirs Seep?


Priest = Aura is my favourite with Heyday, Starfish, Magician Among The Spirits and Hologram of Baal all up there. They’ve never made a bad album and they’ve made nearly 30. They’ve lost a bit of their sparkle since Marty Willson-Piper left but I think they’re still the best band on earth, or very nearly.

Which are your favourites, Talisman?

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26 Mar 2018 13:20 #59 by SeepBladder
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newcarlislefan wrote: Propaganda - A Secret Wish. Absolutely wonderful last night and almost made up for not being at BP.


Propaganda played a televised gig in Carlisle in 1985. Hard to believe but I was there so it definitely happened! You can find it on YouTube by searching for propaganda bliss. I’m not a big fan of dance music but they were great.

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26 Mar 2018 13:59 #60 by newcarlislefan
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newcarlislefan wrote: Propaganda - A Secret Wish. Absolutely wonderful last night and almost made up for not being at BP.


Propaganda played a televised gig in Carlisle in 1985. Hard to believe but I was there so it definitely happened! You can find it on YouTube by searching for propaganda bliss. I’m not a big fan of dance music but they were great.


Cheers for that - will try and find that.
Played A Secret Wish to my daugher but she thought it was rubbish so am trying her on Ladyhawke. Worth a listen if any of you have 10 mins to spare. sort of a Kim Wilde meets Polly Harvey.


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26 Mar 2018 14:08 #61 by Dancingbear
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Best thing about that is Primitives-Crash and Transvision Vamp-I dont care popped up ;)

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26 Mar 2018 14:18 #62 by newcarlislefan
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And been listening to this from a guy who live was one of the finest gigs I've ever seen. He's playing in Edinburgh over the Summer and would heartily recommend him.

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26 Mar 2018 16:28 - 26 Mar 2018 16:37 #63 by Talisman
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SeepBladder wrote:

Talisman wrote:

SeepBladder wrote: Today’s


Magician Among The Spirits by The Church on cd, also 1996
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Wow! Can't believe I've come across someone else who likes The Church, and on the CUFC forum no less... Superb band, been a fan for many years. Which would you say was your favourite album of theirs Seep?


Priest = Aura is my favourite with Heyday, Starfish, Magician Among The Spirits and Hologram of Baal all up there. They’ve never made a bad album and they’ve made nearly 30. They’ve lost a bit of their sparkle since Marty Willson-Piper left but I think they’re still the best band on earth, or very nearly.

Which are your favourites, Talisman?


Yep, Priest=Aura definitely my favourite, closely followed by Starfish, Sometime Anywhere and Gold Afternoon Fix, although I like all of them up to After Everything Now This to be honest, beyond which I lost interest a bit. Definitely miss MWP, particularly like All About Eve's stuff during his time with them as well.
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26 Mar 2018 18:42 #64 by munchymagic
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newcarlislefan wrote:

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newcarlislefan wrote: Propaganda - A Secret Wish. Absolutely wonderful last night and almost made up for not being at BP.


Propaganda played a televised gig in Carlisle in 1985. Hard to believe but I was there so it definitely happened! You can find it on YouTube by searching for propaganda bliss. I’m not a big fan of dance music but they were great.


Cheers for that - will try and find that.
Played A Secret Wish to my daugher but she thought it was rubbish so am trying her on Ladyhawke. Worth a listen if any of you have 10 mins to spare. sort of a Kim Wilde meets Polly Harvey.



I only know about this track, maybe you are aware of it NCF but this was Jabo's number one track I believe that they do on BBCRC.

Great tune, played it a lot since I heard it :)

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26 Mar 2018 19:22 #65 by CCU
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A lot of New Order for me today...


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26 Mar 2018 19:23 #66 by cousinscotty
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Talisman wrote:

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Talisman wrote:

SeepBladder wrote: Today’s


Magician Among The Spirits by The Church on cd, also 1996
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Wow! Can't believe I've come across someone else who likes The Church, and on the CUFC forum no less... Superb band, been a fan for many years. Which would you say was your favourite album of theirs Seep?


Priest = Aura is my favourite with Heyday, Starfish, Magician Among The Spirits and Hologram of Baal all up there. They’ve never made a bad album and they’ve made nearly 30. They’ve lost a bit of their sparkle since Marty Willson-Piper left but I think they’re still the best band on earth, or very nearly.

Which are your favourites, Talisman?


Yep, Priest=Aura definitely my favourite, closely followed by Starfish, Sometime Anywhere and Gold Afternoon Fix, although I like all of them up to After Everything Now This to be honest, beyond which I lost interest a bit. Definitely miss MWP, particularly like All About Eve's stuff during his time with them as well.


I enjoy these threads as it gives me a chance to see what folk are really listening to - it's how I got into London Grammar. So, off to YouTube I went and tried Priest=Aura. Think I prefer The Mission - God's Own Medicine - suspect that album influenced The Church.

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26 Mar 2018 19:30 #67 by ParcelPete
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cousinscotty wrote:

Talisman wrote:

SeepBladder wrote:

Talisman wrote:

SeepBladder wrote: Today’s


Magician Among The Spirits by The Church on cd, also 1996
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Wow! Can't believe I've come across someone else who likes The Church, and on the CUFC forum no less... Superb band, been a fan for many years. Which would you say was your favourite album of theirs Seep?


Priest = Aura is my favourite with Heyday, Starfish, Magician Among The Spirits and Hologram of Baal all up there. They’ve never made a bad album and they’ve made nearly 30. They’ve lost a bit of their sparkle since Marty Willson-Piper left but I think they’re still the best band on earth, or very nearly.

Which are your favourites, Talisman?


Yep, Priest=Aura definitely my favourite, closely followed by Starfish, Sometime Anywhere and Gold Afternoon Fix, although I like all of them up to After Everything Now This to be honest, beyond which I lost interest a bit. Definitely miss MWP, particularly like All About Eve's stuff during his time with them as well.


I enjoy these threads as it gives me a chance to see what folk are really listening to - it's how I got into London Grammar. So, off to YouTube I went and tried Priest=Aura. Think I prefer The Mission - God's Own Medicine - suspect that album influenced The Church.


If you like London Grammar,you might like the album Silhouette by Aquillo,3 of the tracks are a connected story with good you tube videos and some well known faces.

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26 Mar 2018 19:42 #68 by ParcelPete
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Was at Radio 1s big weekend at the airport and popped in to the BBC introducing tent,i had never heard of The Joy Formidable but they were amazing,we are lucky to live in the best country in the world for music.

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26 Mar 2018 20:23 #69 by lbtufty
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Good band, often played on 6 Music. Favourite track of theirs would be Wolf's Law.


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26 Mar 2018 20:30 - 26 Mar 2018 20:33 #70 by Talisman
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cousinscotty wrote: I enjoy these threads as it gives me a chance to see what folk are really listening to - it's how I got into London Grammar. So, off to YouTube I went and tried Priest=Aura. Think I prefer The Mission - God's Own Medicine - suspect that album influenced The Church.


Scotty - it's cool that you're broad minded enough to check out other people's tastes. Interesting that you should bring up The Mission, they're one of my favourite bands, certainly seen them live more than anyone else - 14 times at last count! Don't see the influence though - The Church had been going for a long time before The Mish kicked off; the first couple of Church albums were standard indie fare but they got progressively more esoteric as time went on. Priest=Aura is quite a dense album if you are new to them though - I would recommend Starfish as an entry level album - one of my favourite albums of all time and includes Under the Milky Way which is a mainstay of any Goth/New Wave compliation!

Seep - if you haven't already I would recommend you check out Dead Guitars, a Wayne Hussey endorsed band who remind of The Church quite a bit.
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26 Mar 2018 20:41 - 26 Mar 2018 20:42 #71 by munchymagic
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The Chart Show was one of the most influential television shows of my lifetime, it does not get the plaudits that it certainly deserves.

Take for example their chart run downs, they had the dance chart, normal chart, rock chart and more importantly the indie rundown where you would get a snippet of some of the most weird and wonderful music imaginable to me at the time, The Smiths, The Wedding Present, The Mission, HMHB, The House Of Love, Black etc etc.

That stark Black video shot in black and white 'Wonderful Life' stood out a mile.

I wrote in to them at the time requesting a 'video vault' section and what I wanted to hear and they actually did what I requested, I was well happy :)
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26 Mar 2018 20:50 #72 by Talisman
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munchymagic wrote: The Chart Show was one of the most influential television shows of my lifetime, it does not get the plaudits that it certainly deserves.

Take for example their chart run downs, they had the dance chart, normal chart, rock chart and more importantly the indie rundown where you would get a snippet of some of the most weird and wonderful music imaginable to me at the time, The Smiths, The Wedding Present, The Mission, HMHB, The House Of Love, Black etc etc.

That stark Black video shot in black and white 'Wonderful Life' stood out a mile.

I wrote in to them at the time requesting a 'video vault' section and what I wanted to hear and they actually did what I requested, I was well happy :)


Couldn't agree more Munchy - it was on The Chart Show that I first saw the video for Serpent's Kiss by The Mission which led them to be one of my favorite bands over the subsequent 30-odd years. As you say, you saw/heard bands on there that you would never see on TOTP, plus you didn't have to put up with presenters that were pillocks/paedos!
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26 Mar 2018 21:04 #73 by munchymagic
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Talisman wrote:

munchymagic wrote: The Chart Show was one of the most influential television shows of my lifetime, it does not get the plaudits that it certainly deserves.

Take for example their chart run downs, they had the dance chart, normal chart, rock chart and more importantly the indie rundown where you would get a snippet of some of the most weird and wonderful music imaginable to me at the time, The Smiths, The Wedding Present, The Mission, HMHB, The House Of Love, Black etc etc.

That stark Black video shot in black and white 'Wonderful Life' stood out a mile.

I wrote in to them at the time requesting a 'video vault' section and what I wanted to hear and they actually did what I requested, I was well happy :)


Couldn't agree more Munchy - it was on The Chart Show that I first saw the video for Serpent's Kiss by The Mission which led them to be one of my favorite bands over the subsequent 30-odd years. As you say, you saw/heard bands on there that you would never see on TOTP, plus you didn't have to put up with presenters that were pillocks/paedos!


That's how I found it Talisman, it tipped me off to a different style of music that was too uncommercial at the time to even tickle the mainstream but as we all know the indie chart ended up the mainstream chart - rather than find this as them selling out I seen it as a victory to the music that I still love today.

I lamented the last episode more than the last Top Of The Pops as it seemed more like 'my' show because of all the great artists that it introduced me to whereas Top Of The Pops thanks to Andy Peters turned into a boy band extravaganza, he ruined it then cancelled it.

There is still room for both shows currently but shame for the kids of today that they will not get the quality that we got - even The Roxy had its moments, sure I saw New Order play live on there Touched By The Hand Of God I think it was but as for music I couldn't get enough.

Remember after The Chart Show you had America's Top Ten with the voice of Shaggy himself Casey Kasem :)

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26 Mar 2018 21:19 #74 by SeepBladder
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Talisman - I’d never heard of Dead Guitars. I’ve just watched their video for Name of the Sea and enjoyed it. Reminded me a bit of the Comsat Angels, another fine band. Cheers.

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26 Mar 2018 21:22 #75 by Zebby
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munchymagic wrote: The Chart Show was one of the most influential television shows of my lifetime, it does not get the plaudits that it certainly deserves.

Take for example their chart run downs, they had the dance chart, normal chart, rock chart and more importantly the indie rundown where you would get a snippet of some of the most weird and wonderful music imaginable to me at the time, The Smiths, The Wedding Present, The Mission, HMHB, The House Of Love, Black etc etc.

That stark Black video shot in black and white 'Wonderful Life' stood out a mile.

I wrote in to them at the time requesting a 'video vault' section and what I wanted to hear and they actually did what I requested, I was well happy :)


Colin Vearncombe (black) had a wonderful voice and was a massive favorite of mine ,I'm not one for getting upset over the death of folk I don't know but his tragic death a couple of years ago really saddened me.such a miss


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26 Mar 2018 21:25 #76 by Dancingbear
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Your not wrong Munchy plenty quality in the top two in this particular edition ;)


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26 Mar 2018 21:58 #77 by munchymagic
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Dancingbear wrote: Your not wrong Munchy plenty quality in the top two in this particular edition ;)


Nice one DB - I did watch it till the end even though you had tipped me off, thought that they would be number one and two to be honest :)

For me two is fantastic but six and eight are all time classic singles.

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27 Mar 2018 00:19 #78 by cousinscotty
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cousinscotty wrote: I enjoy these threads as it gives me a chance to see what folk are really listening to - it's how I got into London Grammar. So, off to YouTube I went and tried Priest=Aura. Think I prefer The Mission - God's Own Medicine - suspect that album influenced The Church.


Scotty - it's cool that you're broad minded enough to check out other people's tastes. Interesting that you should bring up The Mission, they're one of my favourite bands, certainly seen them live more than anyone else - 14 times at last count! Don't see the influence though - The Church had been going for a long time before The Mish kicked off; the first couple of Church albums were standard indie fare but they got progressively more esoteric as time went on. Priest=Aura is quite a dense album if you are new to them though - I would recommend Starfish as an entry level album - one of my favourite albums of all time and includes Under the Milky Way which is a mainstay of any Goth/New Wave compliation!

Seep - if you haven't already I would recommend you check out Dead Guitars, a Wayne Hussey endorsed band who remind of The Church quite a bit.


It's a great way of finding new stuff to listen to. My main tastes are too way out for most of you (World Music - particularly African but also Asian) but I like most things except Country - even then, there are exceptions like Bon Iver and Americana.

If I could work out how to do it then I'd include a YouTube clip of The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream. Beautiful song and album.

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27 Mar 2018 00:20 #79 by Bluedazblue
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Today I've listened to Lissie 'Best Days'


Robin Schultz 'Sugar' karaoke version. I'm working on it for a drunken night out


And finally Kate Bush 'James and the Cold Gun' live version
Not to be missed that one,

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27 Mar 2018 06:45 #80 by Champions95
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"If I could work out how to do it then I'd include a YouTube clip of The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream. Beautiful song and album."

Great choice, absolutely superb album. I got the new one for Christmas but I haven't really had the time to listen to it enough yet.
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I only know about this track, maybe you are aware of it NCF but this was Jabo's number one track I believe that they do on BBCRC.
Great tune, played it a lot since I heard it :)

What track was that, Munchy?

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Champions95 wrote: "If I could work out how to do it then I'd include a YouTube clip of The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream. Beautiful song and album."

Great choice, absolutely superb album. I got the new one for Christmas but I haven't really had the time to listen to it enough yet.




Yes what a good choice - It's a lovely record. I love this song. Has a kind of American Waterboys feel to it. Saw them at Brixton touring this.

The guy from War on Drugs has been having a very public row with Father John Misty over the past year or so which is a bit sad as both have produced some great music. His, I love You Honey Bear is another excellent record. Check this out

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27 Mar 2018 09:15 #83 by newcarlislefan
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munchymagic wrote: The Chart Show was one of the most influential television shows of my lifetime, it does not get the plaudits that it certainly deserves.

Take for example their chart run downs, they had the dance chart, normal chart, rock chart and more importantly the indie rundown where you would get a snippet of some of the most weird and wonderful music imaginable to me at the time, The Smiths, The Wedding Present, The Mission, HMHB, The House Of Love, Black etc etc.

That stark Black video shot in black and white 'Wonderful Life' stood out a mile.

I wrote in to them at the time requesting a 'video vault' section and what I wanted to hear and they actually did what I requested, I was well happy :)


Wow - haven't thought of that for years! It was great, wasn't it. Used to watch it and record it and ten watch Football Focus. Happy days!
I think I heard tracks like INXS - Need you Tonight and REM - The One I Love - classic 80s tracks for the first time on there.
I can remember praying that the specialist chart would be the Indie chart and not the Metal or Dance chart!
It was SO exciting hearing those songs and seeing the videos.I think, for me, the real stand out moments were hearing for the first time tracks like Monkey Gone To Heaven by The Pixies, Ice Blink Luck by The Cocteaus and In The Clouds by All About Eve.
It's funny to think that music was actually hard to hear or find. I remember talking to friends and being asked if you'd heard a track and you hadn't and sometimes it would be days or even weeks before you got to hear a track.
I also used to watch SNUB on BBC2 which was also a good way of seeing indie stuff. It was very arty and prententious but you didn't have a lot of choice back then.

And here are The Pixies at their best.
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27 Mar 2018 14:42 #84 by ParcelPete
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5 Minutes of pure nostalgia.

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27 Mar 2018 15:45 #85 by Dancingbear
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Nice one Pete. Cant beat a bit of Willie Doubletug though


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27 Mar 2018 15:59 - 27 Mar 2018 16:04 #86 by munchymagic
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newcarlislefan wrote: I only know about this track, maybe you are aware of it NCF but this was Jabo's number one track I believe that they do on BBCRC.
Great tune, played it a lot since I heard it :)

What track was that, Munchy?



Ladyhawke - My Delirium :)

Said he played it before games to get him in the mood and gee himself up.
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27 Mar 2018 18:39 #87 by cousinscotty
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munchymagic wrote:

newcarlislefan wrote: I only know about this track, maybe you are aware of it NCF but this was Jabo's number one track I believe that they do on BBCRC.
Great tune, played it a lot since I heard it :)

What track was that, Munchy?



Ladyhawke - My Delirium :)

Said he played it before games to get him in the mood and gee himself up.


The media team used to select a player each home match and he would give them three of his favourite songs to be played over the Tannoy pre-match. I remember playing that Ladyhawke one for Jabo.
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27 Mar 2018 19:07 #88 by Zebby
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newcarlislefan wrote:

Champions95 wrote: "If I could work out how to do it then I'd include a YouTube clip of The War on Drugs - Lost in the Dream. Beautiful song and album."

Great choice, absolutely superb album. I got the new one for Christmas but I haven't really had the time to listen to it enough yet.




Yes what a good choice - It's a lovely record. I love this song. Has a kind of American Waterboys feel to it. Saw them at Brixton touring this.

The guy from War on Drugs has been having a very public row with Father John Misty over the past year or so which is a bit sad as both have produced some great music. His, I love You Honey Bear is another excellent record. Check this out


Gonna have to try them out on Spotify I enjoyed that and honestly never heard of them so thanks

Kinda Waterboys meets prefab sprout...

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27 Mar 2018 19:30 #89 by Dancingbear
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Couple i love from the detectorists




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27 Mar 2018 19:36 #90 by Dancingbear
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And while were on theme songs this is brilliant. Ive never heard of her but love this so will be looking for more


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27 Mar 2018 20:39 #91 by Zebby
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Dancingbear wrote: Couple i love from the detectorists




Yea enjoyed detectorists ....Unthanks are very talented would quite like to see them

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27 Mar 2018 21:14 #92 by newcarlislefan
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Have seen The Unthanks 3 or 4 times now and it's always been a moving and emotional evening. They played Keswick a few years back at The Theatre By The Lake and it was wonderful. Just a small acoustic show with the usual clog dancing. Saw them at The Roundhouse with a full band doing Mount The Air with a full band and was equally thrilling. So many brilliant songs, both covers and original songs. A real heart and soul band.
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27 Mar 2018 21:19 #93 by Zebby
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Love the king crimson cover of starless and being a lifelong breeder of birds king of Rome strikes a chord

Must try to see them

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27 Mar 2018 22:37 #94 by newcarlislefan
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Zebby wrote: Love the king crimson cover of starless and being a lifelong breeder of birds king of Rome strikes a chord

Must try to see them


Yes, that is a great version. I didn't know the original so bought Red ( I think ) by King Crimson. Check out their version of Stay Tuned by Robert Wyatt if you haven't heard it.

Yes, my cousins have pigeons too. King of Rome is lovely.

As a breeder they also cover I Am A Bird Now, I think it's called, by Antony & the Jonsons, which is absolutely lovely.

Worth checking out Kate Bush's Aerial as well as a bird fan. It's a double CD and the second CD is about dusk and evening and Kate eventually turns into a bird. It's really worth a listen. More a piece or symphony rather than a song
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28 Mar 2018 00:00 #95 by cousinscotty
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If anyone would like a source of different music (usually ambient) with a real bonus then check out YouTube - "Amazing Places on our Planet". Milosh travels the world and takes really good 4k videos and backs them with some superb music. He always details artists and track/album names. You would be advised to have a large 4k screen to get the full impact.
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28 Mar 2018 00:22 #96 by Zebby
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Yea wierd how things turn out I got listening to king crimson by hearing the Unthanks version ...looked it up and enjoyed some of their stuff to be fair it's a brilliant bit of work by crimson and quite a few cover it on you tube

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04 Apr 2018 14:47 - 04 Apr 2018 15:42 #97 by Talisman
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Just seen on Twitter that The Church are doing UK dates in June including Sheffield, Glasgow and Newcastle...in all the years I've followed them can only recall them playing in London and weirdly, once in Brighton, never actually seen them live, so will be all over this on Friday.
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04 Apr 2018 15:58 #98 by SeepBladder
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I’ve got my tickets for Saturday and Sunday in London. I haven’t decided whether to go to Newcastle or Glasgow yet - or both!

So far, I’ve seen them in London (3 times), Leeds and Brussels.

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04 Apr 2018 18:39 #99 by Talisman
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Good man - never picked up on them playing in Leeds, when/where was that? Can't make the Newcastle one as am away with work but definitely going to Glasgow.

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04 Apr 2018 20:59 #100 by SeepBladder
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They played at a pub in Leeds called Break for the Border, must’ve been about 2004. There weren’t many people there.

If you’re an O2 customer, you can get priority tickets now for Glasgow. I’m not.

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