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Gill
Wishing And Hoping



United Kingdom
895 Posts

Posted - 26/05/2011 :  21:20:46  Show Profile Send Gill a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Nothing really but I have started to collect retro 60's Cd's from the thrift stores.. They are so neat..
One particular disk did lead me to watch this :

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The Wigan Casino and its dancers.

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Gill
Wishing And Hoping



United Kingdom
895 Posts

Posted - 27/05/2011 :  18:58:00  Show Profile Send Gill a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Here's the Pet Shop boys in Glastonbury 2010. Tribute to Dusty.

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Gill
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reputation
Wasn't Born To Follow



United Kingdom
5020 Posts

Posted - 01/07/2011 :  13:35:15  Show Profile Send reputation a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Some of you may recognise the name Keith Mansfield on some of Dusty's and many other stars recordings.

I found out quite by chance he had a cd released in 2008 which feature an album from 1968, the cd is called All You Need Is Keith Mansfield and includes instrumentals & vocals.

The cd opens with an Instrumental version of Love Affair's Everlasting Love and then their version is featured at the end along with another of their hits Rainbow Valley.

It's good to hear Instrumental versions of hit songs you know, Salena Jones is also included on two tracks one being Am I The Same Girl - much as I like Salena you can hear just how Dusty 'Dustyfied' a song, Salena sings the line "But We Were Much Too Young" right off whereas Dusty sings "But We Were - Much Too Young" and that pause makes ALL the difference it's little things like that that made Dusty great - I'm sure we're all agreed on that?

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Gill
Wishing And Hoping



United Kingdom
895 Posts

Posted - 31/07/2011 :  20:28:49  Show Profile Send Gill a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Listening to this at the moment,, I love it ...

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Mark Ronson and Boy George , Somebody to Love me ...
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kajunbaby23
Something Special



USA
1814 Posts

Posted - 06/08/2011 :  17:12:24  Show Profile Send kajunbaby23 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I've been listening to Joss Stone's new album 'LP1'. She really done a great job with this one! Dave Stewart is one a couple of the songs too. I really enjoyed it, it sounds like she's going back to her roots a bit with this one.

Dance Like No One Is Watching, Live Like You Don't Need The Money, & Love Like You've Never Been Hurt
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latetoappreciate
Wishing And Hoping



Australia
259 Posts

Posted - 11/09/2011 :  08:31:55  Show Profile Send latetoappreciate a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hello All,

I have been listening each week, since the first (1951) episode of the BBC2 "Sounds of the 20th Century" episodes.
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Thoroughly enjoyable.

You people in the UK have some great programs on BBC2. I listen each week to "Sounds of the 60s" and "Pick of the Pops" and also some weeks "Sounds of the 70s". Oh, the beauty of the WWW!

Regards,
Geoff
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middleofnowhere
Brand New Me



95 Posts

Posted - 17/09/2011 :  17:35:39  Show Profile Send middleofnowhere a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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middleofnowhere
Brand New Me



95 Posts

Posted - 17/09/2011 :  17:53:24  Show Profile Send middleofnowhere a Private Message  Reply with Quote
LOL, get onto the afro ............



......... hhhmmmmmmm, like a fine bottle of wine. Only gains value with age.
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middleofnowhere
Brand New Me



95 Posts

Posted - 17/09/2011 :  18:04:10  Show Profile Send middleofnowhere a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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middleofnowhere
Brand New Me



95 Posts

Posted - 19/09/2011 :  00:33:15  Show Profile Send middleofnowhere a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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middleofnowhere
Brand New Me



95 Posts

Posted - 03/10/2011 :  01:37:13  Show Profile Send middleofnowhere a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Earthbound Gypsy
Sweet Inspiration



USA
4227 Posts

Posted - 28/11/2011 :  09:28:39  Show Profile Send Earthbound Gypsy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen by Glee

Marty
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reputation
Wasn't Born To Follow



United Kingdom
5020 Posts

Posted - 28/11/2011 :  15:17:04  Show Profile Send reputation a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The Greatest - Diana Ross
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Berthavenation
Something Special



Netherlands
1175 Posts

Posted - 28/11/2011 :  15:32:52  Show Profile Send Berthavenation a Private Message  Reply with Quote
There are some great torrent sites, like 'TheBox.bz' or 'UKNova.com' where you can download tv- and radioprograms from BBC and ITV. I get my weekly fix for Coronation Street from either of these sites.

If you'd like to become a member of The Box, and subscriptions are closed, I could send you an invite...

You'd have to promise me to be a good boy and give back to them what you've taken out, or they'll lay the blame at my door

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Originally posted by latetoappreciate

Hello All,

I have been listening each week, since the first (1951) episode of the BBC2 "Sounds of the 20th Century" episodes.
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Thoroughly enjoyable.

You people in the UK have some great programs on BBC2. I listen each week to "Sounds of the 60s" and "Pick of the Pops" and also some weeks "Sounds of the 70s". Oh, the beauty of the WWW!

Regards,
Geoff

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latetoappreciate
Wishing And Hoping



Australia
259 Posts

Posted - 03/12/2011 :  23:49:03  Show Profile Send latetoappreciate a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Pick of the Pops, BBC2, yesterday's program. The beauty of the being able to listen via the Internet.

Each week I listen to Sounds of the 60s, Pick of the Pops, Sounds of the 70s, Sounds like Saturday Night and Sounds of the 20th Century. Local radio stations, here Down Under have lost me as a listener for a good part of the week.
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latetoappreciate
Wishing And Hoping



Australia
259 Posts

Posted - 10/12/2011 :  05:47:07  Show Profile Send latetoappreciate a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Someone I know emailed to me this site's url this afternoon. What a great playlist.
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viperMON
Wishing And Hoping



710 Posts

Posted - 27/06/2012 :  17:43:27  Show Profile Send viperMON a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Here's a new one to me, but it's Marc Almond's fave wake up to song this week.



'Never Trust A Hippie !'
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bailesandjane
Wishing And Hoping



Australia
203 Posts

Posted - 31/07/2012 :  13:24:05  Show Profile Send bailesandjane a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hello folks,Listening these days to Teddy Thompson. He's very different from his dad Richard musically speaking. Love his lyrics and moving songlines. Another British singer Joanne Shaw Taylor has been a great discovery. Hers is a powerful bluesy voice. I think she's been heavily criticised in your country for being average. Tina Arena is back home and in a recent interview comes across as being altered, maybe toughened by life. I have sadly missed her recent appearances in my city. ....and for something completely different, Yo-Yo Ma, cellist, The Goat Rodeo Sessions CD is so worth a listen.
I feel like I'm blowing a trumpet here but no one else wants to know!!!!

Cheers jane

jane x
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bailesandjane
Wishing And Hoping



Australia
203 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2012 :  10:32:06  Show Profile Send bailesandjane a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Hope this works. The best I can find of this song on YouTube.
Average White Band. They were favourites of mine way back and I played them so much I couldn't listen any more.

Cheers
jane

jane x
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bailesandjane
Wishing And Hoping



Australia
203 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2012 :  10:43:43  Show Profile Send bailesandjane a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile.

This track is so beautiful. A great day when I discovered this album.

jane

jane x
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