Discussion in 'Music' started by Scarby, Oct 9, 2005.
A liuttle something to help Blaarev relax before the match tonight.
And my next hour plus on a big screen with a great sound system. I once watched this guy play Baroque impressions on a cathedral organ. Amazing.
Absolute anthem. RIP Terry.
Breaks my heart, this.
This one's for the guy who said music didn't exist before Rock and Roll
Interesting mix there FIF. Ella could sure carry a tune, and Nat King Cole, there's just no one to compare, however you can keep that yodelling red neck.
Western music was big in the 40's and Slim Whitman had a unique voice (but I agree with you).
Remember seeing these live in the late 70's - great energy.
this is Lisa Stansfield from 20 years ago. And she's still going strong.
My son liked her 20 years ago.
This morning it's been a Canadian group with a distinctive voice morning for me - and it's not Celine Dion.
Saw Rush about 8 years ago, didn't know much about them, my wife is a big fan, Geddy Lee's voice is bloody awful.
I've tried to like Rush several times but once Geddy Lee opens his mouth it's all destroyed.
Speedy might like this one.
I love his vocals on this. His version of Summertime is another one I like.
He also looks like the witch from "The Wizard of Oz."
It's an acquired taste. The fact is though it's distinctive and memorable. They wrote some good tracks too. Lyrics with thought - The Maple and the Oaks track about independence was very clever.
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