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Discussion in 'Music' started by db, Aug 22, 2008.
In keeping with the mellow theme ...
My choice of music isn't exactly what everyone else listens to, I don't care if i'm honest.
I believe you should really listen to a bit of everything, you never know, you might find something you like.
P.S. Love all of Donavans tunes x
I was dragged to see Donovan at the Victoria Hall, around 2005, much against my will.
It was one of the best shows I've ever seen.
Can't understand a word but the visuals and sound are magnificent.
I like it. But I've been watching too much of 'Vikings' on Amazon Prime lately. (I'm thinking of building a long ship to go raiding, Bideford looks easy ... )
You know what happened on the night that Norwegian sailor turned up in the Prince...
Well, OK, so you don't actually remember, which is no great surprise to anybody who was there....
I've felt for some time on this one I'm the victim of mythology.
I'm sure I'd have remembered the Valkyries picking me up and carrying me off to Valhalla. (Let's be honest on this one, the Prince was full of Valkyries back in the day. )
I know @Noah you're probably not going to believe this. But that was a typical night in the Prince back in the day. (And that was a Monday and Tuesday.)
The rest of the week .... ?
As Viv Stanshall pointed out, Wednesday is really the odd one out.
Oneday, Twosday, Threesday, Foursday, Fiveday.....
Immortal Pink Floyd music:
Just logged onto facebook after the longest of times to check up on how those people who seem to think I’m their friend are doing. It appears they will be leaving lockdown with lots of new skills, languages, Yoga poses, suntans, six packs and the ability to play little shark on the piano whilst their son seems, by his jerking movements beside the piano, to be attached to the mains. I on the other hand shall appear like a turd from a blocked drain. I’ve been playing this on a loop since :-
One of the most beautiful songs ever written.
Farewell Ian Holm.
I'm currently listening to An Taobh Tuathail on Raidió na Gaeltachta.
They have just played this absolute gem.