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jellybean Posted - 13/01/2006 : 17:40:49
As it's friday the 13th, I decided to stay on the couch under my duvet! currently listening to jefferson airplane..feed your head
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stewart Posted - 30/10/2017 : 00:52:13
Sure one of Keef's bands supported Love at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester in the early 70s
DaveyTee Posted - 29/10/2017 : 00:11:28
For me the second half of the 60s was as much about British Blues (as opposed to what I call authentic blues) as it was psychedelia. Keef Hartley was the drummer with John Mayall's Blues Band until he was sacked in 1968, whereupon he formed the Keef Hartley Band. This track, Born To Die, is from their excellent 1969 album, Halfbreed. Keef and his band played at Woodstock in 1969 but were the only act there whose act was not recorded for either the film or any soundtrack of the festival - apparently Keef's manager refused filming consent as Martin Scorese wouldn't provide any money up front, and so the recording equipment was switched off, which in hindsight was probably a bit of a tragedy for Keef. The guitar solo is by Ian Cruickshank who subsequently became a leading exponent of Django Rheinhardt style gypsy jazz, which in some ways is a bit sad because he played a mean blues guitar.

This sort of music perhaps takes me back more than any other to those fabulous 60s years.


Scottish and European, not British.
BobbyFischer Posted - 27/10/2017 : 22:08:09
One of my absolute favourite 60s groups even though they only made two other fantastic recordings, Atmosphere and Save my soul. In 67 they understandable but very unfortunally changed style to pop psychedelia, decent yes, great no.
lemonade kid Posted - 27/10/2017 : 14:30:25

Originally posted by BobbyFischer

British mod/freak beat at its best, Liverpool group Wimple Winch from 1966!


The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. Ð GENE CLARK
BobbyFischer Posted - 26/10/2017 : 19:43:45
British mod/freak beat at its best, Liverpool group Wimple Winch from 1966!
BobbyFischer Posted - 20/10/2017 : 19:13:33 Sorry falls out of what what music are you listening to category again but this hit me so hard,a video of nationality my sister just shared on facebook
BobbyFischer Posted - 09/10/2017 : 19:52:06
Probably not the right thread to post in but has anyone seen the blank on blank animated interviews on youtube? Here are two of my favourites: Jim Morrison on why fat is beautiful:

Charles Bukowski crappy life :
BobbyFischer Posted - 06/10/2017 : 16:10:45
Wouldnt go so far of course but the most talented Norwegian composer ever for sure in my opinion well maybe with the exception of Edvard Grieg :-)

Dont think ive heard Transvision Vamp since the early 90s. Didnt like them so much then to be honest. I was more into Bangles of the 80s pop stuff, but this song sounded pretty good now!
DaveyTee Posted - 24/09/2017 : 10:51:10
Norway's answer to Leonard Cohen? A bit bleak for me, I'm afraid. Personally, I prefer my rock girls a bit more like this:


Scottish and European, not British.
BobbyFischer Posted - 23/09/2017 : 16:05:42
No problem Lk I knew you would be as thrilled as me on news of a (almost)electronica free Sundfør album :-)
lemonade kid Posted - 23/09/2017 : 03:03:21


The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. Ð GENE CLARK
BobbyFischer Posted - 22/09/2017 : 16:27:32
And another one: No one belives in love anymore:
BobbyFischer Posted - 22/09/2017 : 16:14:34
And God how I love her new album Music for People in Trouble! No 70s disco electronica pastish this time thank God!

Here is one of my favourites , country/folkish Reincarnation, with the legendary Greg Leisz on steel guitar! Live version:
BobbyFischer Posted - 19/08/2017 : 16:54:48
Susanne Sundfør on Scott Walker prom. She finally seems to get some of the fame she deserves
lemonade kid Posted - 31/07/2017 : 03:28:58
Originally posted by DaveyTee

Great stuff, Bobby. Keep the board alive!

Meanwhile, you don't get concerts like this nowadays. Back in 1965, sharing the same stage, two songs each, a host of top bands including The Moody Blues, the Stones, the Kinks, Dusty Springfield, Freddie and the Dreamers, Herman Hermits, Cilla Black, The Seekers, Georgie Fame, Wayne Fontana, Donovan, Them, The Searchers, The Animals and The Beatles, and no doubt some others who I've forgotten. Unfortunately the execrable Jimy Savill is also there. I remember thinking at the time that The Seekers were really square, but Judith Durham has such a terrific voice.

Scottish and European, not British.

Love this, DT.

Here is a great one...

Trouble Comin' Everyday!--The Mothers


The actual writing of a song usually comes in the form of a realisation.
I can't contrive a song. Ð GENE CLARK

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