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Post by G.Wood on Thu 25 Sep 2014, 22:30

PeterCS wrote:

Dig them proper heavy Brazilian rhythms! Very Happy

Perry seems to have gone AWOL. He must be on a lecture tour
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by lardbucket on Fri 26 Sep 2014, 09:28

skully wrote:AC/DC's Malcolm Young has dementia

"It may be that dementia is claiming another giant, this time a musical one.

Sources connected to the Young family have said AC/DC co-founder, guitarist and songwriter, Malcolm Young, whose retirement from the band was announced on Wednesday, has been moved into fulltime care in a nursing home facility in Sydney's eastern suburbs specialising in dementia.
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According to the Young family connection: "If you were in the room with [Malcolm Young] and walked out then came back in one minute later he wouldn't remember who you are. He has a complete loss of short term memory. His wife Linda has put him in full-time care."


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Just 61. A tragedy that he can't remember the 3 basic AC/DC's chords any longer. No

Alcohol-related dementia most likely. 'Korsakoff's'.

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Post by furriner on Sat 27 Sep 2014, 18:24

Been wondering for a while now- where's PeterCS?
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by lardbucket on Sat 27 Sep 2014, 22:52

furriner wrote:Been wondering for a while now- where's PeterCS?

Not seen here much since the Commonwealth Games.

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Post by furriner on Sun 28 Sep 2014, 17:21

Cheers, L.

I hope he's doing well.
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Big Dog on Sat 11 Oct 2014, 08:19

Hard to believe The Band refused to allow this clip to be used in the Woodstock movie because they thought their performance was'nt good enough.

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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by lardbucket on Mon 27 Oct 2014, 20:42

fine lyrics and expression from this young lady


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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Brass Monkey on Mon 27 Oct 2014, 22:49

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Post by WideWally on Fri 07 Nov 2014, 04:50

Just thought Phil Rudd might enjoy this.

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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by JGK on Fri 07 Nov 2014, 05:36

Car crash doesn't begin to describe this:


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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by lardbucket on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 04:04

CHARTS THIS WEEK, 50 YEARS AGO


AUSTRALIA

1960: no chart
1961: co chart
1962: no chart
1963: no chart
1964: no chart
1965: no chart
1966: The Sound Of Music: Soundtrack: 28th week
1967: The Sound Of Music: Soundtrack: 64th week
1968: Sgt. Pepper's: The Beatles: 23rd week
1969: The White Album: The Beatles: 3rd week


U.K.

1960: South Pacific: Soundtrack: 61st week
1961: South Pacific: Soundtrack: 110th week
1962: Blue Hawaii: Elvis Presley: 1st week
1963: Another Black & White Minstrel Show: George Mitchell Minstrels: 10th week
1963: With The Beatles: The Beatles: 5th week
1964: Beatles For Sale: The Beatles: 3rd week
1965: Rubber Soul: The Beatles: 2nd week
1966: The Sound Of Music: Soundtrack: 52nd week
1967: Val Doonican Rocks But Gently: Val Doonican: 1st week
1968: The Beatles (The White Album): The Beatles: 5th week
1969: Abbey Road: The Beatles: 13th week


U.S.

1960: Here We Go Again: The Kingston Trio:3rd week
1960: South Pacific: Soundtrack: 100th week
1961: Nice 'N' Easy: Frank Sinatra: 9th week
1961: G.I. Blues: Elvis Presley: 4th week
1962: Blue Hawaii: Elvis Presley: 4th week
1962: Stereo 35/MM: Enoch Light: 7th week
1963: The First Family: Vaughn Meader: 4th week
1963: West Side Story: Soundtrack: 35th week
1964: The Singing Nun: Soeur Sourire, The Singing Nun: 5th week
1965: Roustabout: Elvis Presley: 1st week
1966: Whipped Cream And Other Delights: Herb Alpert's Tijuana Brass: 6th week
1967: The Monkees: The Monkees: 9th week
1968: Magical Mystery Tour: The Beatles: 1st week
1969: The Beatles (White Album): The Beatles: 2nd week

Some of those artists I don't recall at all ... some others it's hard to believe made the charts, let alone topped them.



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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Bradman on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 05:21

"Shaddauppa yu face".
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by lardbucket on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 06:00

No 1 singles this week thru the 70's - week 1.


Australia:

1970: Suspicious Minds: Elvis Presley: 2nd week
1971: I Think I Love You: The Partridge Family: 1st week
1972: Imagine: John Lennon: 2nd week
1973: Ben: Michael Jackson: 4th week
1974: Leave Me Alone: Helen Reddy: 3rd week
1975: You're My World: Daryl Braithwaite: 1st week
1976: Mamma Mia: Abba: 10th week
1977: If You Leave Me Now: Chicago: 2nd week
1978: Mull Of Kintyre: McCartney & Wings: 4th week
1979: YMCA: Village People: 2nd week


U.K.

1970: Two Little Boys: Rolf Harris: 3rd week
1971: I Hear You Knocking: Dave Edmunds: 6th week
1972: Ernie: Benny Hill: 4th week
1973: Long Haired Lover From Liverpool: Little Jimmy Osmond: 3rd week
1974: Merry Xmas Everybody: Slade: 4th week
1975: Lonely This Christmas: Mud: 3rd week
1976: Bohemian Rhapsody: Queen: 6th week
1977: When A Child Is Born (Soleado): Johnny Mathis: 2nd week
1978: Mull Of Kintyre: Wings: 6th week
1979: Y.M.C.A.: Village People: 1st week

USA

1970: Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head: B. J. Thomas: 1st week
1971: My Sweet Lord: George Harrison: 2nd week
1972: Brand New Key: Melanie: 2nd week
1973: You're So Vain: Carly Simon: 1st week
1974: Time In A Bottle: Jim Croce: 2nd week
1975: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds: Elton John: 1st week
1976: Saturday Night: Bay City Rollers: 1st week
1977: Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright): Rod Stewart: 8th week
1978: How Deep Is Your Love: The Bee Gees: 3rd week
1979: Too Much Heaven: The Bee Gees: 1st week


There's some poor taste there, too. Rolf, FFS.

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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Bradman on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 06:13

Big Dog wrote:Hard to believe The Band refused to allow this clip to be used in the Woodstock movie because they thought their performance was'nt good enough.


Could be by that stage they'd eclipsed it. But it shows at least they just weren't window dressing for Levon.
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Big Dog on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 06:54

Bradman wrote:
Big Dog wrote:Hard to believe The Band refused to allow this clip to be used in the Woodstock movie because they thought their performance was'nt good enough.


Could be by that stage they'd eclipsed it. But it shows at least they just weren't window dressing for Levon.

I don't think that was ever the case, especially while Robbie Robertson was with the group. They were at loggerheads for much of the time over songwriting credits.
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by lardbucket on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 07:44

Rick Danko. That is all. Watch him go in that clip.

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Post by Big Dog on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 07:49

lardbucket wrote:Rick Danko. That is all. Watch him go in that clip.

Aye....Rick rocks
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Big Dog on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 07:58

Danko at his best. Its a travesty to think most people believe Julie Driscoll had the original version of this song.

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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Bradman on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 08:07

They swapped around instrumentally a fair bit and there were times you just assumed there had been a love-in, I was talking about perceptions and even a perception about Helm's perceptions.
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Big Dog on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 08:09

Bradman wrote:They swapped around instrumentally a fair bit and there were times you just assumed there had been a love-in,  I was talking about perceptions and even a perception about Helm's perceptions.  

I guess it all depends on whose book you read first. Wink
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Bradman on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 08:14

Or who you have the soft spot for.
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Post by Big Dog on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 08:21

Bradman wrote:Or who you have the soft spot for.

Maybe...i've been a huge fan of these guys since the late sixties so i don't care about the politics. i just love the music.
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Post by Ethics? The Gall! on Sun 04 Jan 2015, 19:54

Big Dog wrote:Danko at his best. Its a travesty to think most people believe Julie Driscoll had the original version of this song.
what the ******? the original version is dylan and the band in the sessions eventually partly released on the basement tapes even if they didnt come out until 7 or 8 years after the bands version
but yeah. danko really really burns on that one
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by Brass Monkey on Wed 04 Feb 2015, 23:40

What, are we such mealy mouthed shitbags that we can't listen to a bit of Enter Shikari?



A forum full of musical Ian Bells.
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Re: Time for a music thread

Post by lardbucket on Fri 13 Feb 2015, 23:16

LINK

'Damian Cowell's Disco Machine' is worth a listen, for those who enjoy a bit of TISM/Julia/Rockwiz and guests.

Might do myself a favour ...


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