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Only two years late I've discovered ex-Delgado Alun Woodward's album as Lord Cut-Glass.

 

It's a work of complete genius from start to finish. I've no idea how I managed to miss it when it first came out.

Thanks for that, I've had a few listens to this album now on spotify & i have to agree it's a cracker.

 

need to get it on my mp3 so i can listen in the car now. :D

The future just ain't what it used to be
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More comedy gold from the Michelin Man who probably spent his day penning ads for slurry pits.

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Only two years late I've discovered ex-Delgado Alun Woodward's album as Lord Cut-Glass.

 

It's a work of complete genius from start to finish. I've no idea how I managed to miss it when it first came out.

 

The Lord Cut-Glass lp bypassed me somehow - about to order it from Amazon, along with The Delgados 'Hate', which I somehow also inexplicably missed!!!

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European Fairs Cup [aka Inter City Cup / UEFA Cup / Europa League], 30th September 1968: Morton (3) v Chelsea (4) !!!
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Thanks for that, I've had a few listens to this album now on spotify & i have to agree it's a cracker.

 

need to get it on my mp3 so i can listen in the car now. :D

As have I and so do I. Thanks.

"I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig. You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it."

 

George Bernard Shaw

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Made up a wee playlist to take me back to my teenage years:

 

Little Boy Soldiers - The Jam

Little Billy - The Who

Fire Brigade - The Move

19th Nervous Breakdown - The Rolling Stones

You I'll Be Following - Love

Rock n Roll - The Velvet Underground

Become Like You - The Small Faces

Russian Spy and I - The Stairs

 

Just need a six pack of TL, 10 regal and I'm back in 1993 :D

Some people never go crazy, what truly horrible lifes they must live - Charles Bukowski
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Made up a wee playlist to take me back to my teenage years:

 

Little Boy Soldiers - The Jam

Little Billy - The Who

Fire Brigade - The Move

19th Nervous Breakdown - The Rolling Stones

You I'll Be Following - Love

Rock n Roll - The Velvet Underground

Become Like You - The Small Faces

Russian Spy and I - The Stairs

 

Just need a six pack of TL, 10 regal and I'm back in 1993 :D

 

What a song

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What a song

 

Agreed Baz J - and the BEST version is on VU - '1969 Velvets Live' : 6+ minutes of glorious madness @ Subbies every night @ Barr's Cottage for a whole year - 100+ nutters goin' nuts on the dancefloor, including the maids behind the bar!!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

European Fairs Cup [aka Inter City Cup / UEFA Cup / Europa League], 30th September 1968: Morton (3) v Chelsea (4) !!!
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The new Noel Gallagher album. Inoffensive album, that doesn't stray too far from Oasis territory. Predictable, 60s influenced sound from a guy who ran out of ideas over 15 years ago. Pisses all over the lame effort from Beady Eye, but that isn't much of an achievement.

Some people never go crazy, what truly horrible lifes they must live - Charles Bukowski
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The Lord Cut-Glass lp bypassed me somehow - about to order it from Amazon, along with The Delgados 'Hate', which I somehow also inexplicably missed!!!

 

It has arrived (along with Delgados 'Hate', that'll be on next) and indeed Sir Ocean, it is blasting out right now and is truly a thing of wonder, majesty and beauty...Cheers for the eyes-up!!!

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European Fairs Cup [aka Inter City Cup / UEFA Cup / Europa League], 30th September 1968: Morton (3) v Chelsea (4) !!!
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Listened to the new Kate Bush album on spotify the other day. Can't work out if it is genius or pish. Bits of it are fantastic, but some bits just seem in there to annoy.

"I learned long ago, never to wrestle with a pig. You get dirty, and besides, the pig likes it."

 

George Bernard Shaw

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Beach Boys - Smile Sessions

David Lynch - Crazy Clown Time

Megadeth - th1rt3en

Matt Berry - Witchazel

Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues

Peter Gabriel - SO

Carpenters - Carpenters Gold (Greatest hits)

PJ Harvey - Let England Shake

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Nothing Ever Happens - Del Amitri, followed by The Boy in with the Arab Strap - Belle & Sebastian.

 

That's right, I'm old schooling it with my 90s music today B)

weird, i was listening to that album last night.

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Rediscovering Dylan for the 100th time...

 

Ballad of a Thin Man

Billy 4

4th Time Around

If Not For You

My Back Pages

Some people never go crazy, what truly horrible lifes they must live - Charles Bukowski
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Listened to the new Kate Bush album on spotify the other day. Can't work out if it is genius or pish. Bits of it are fantastic, but some bits just seem in there to annoy.

I know exactly what you mean, but I think if you persevere and give it a few more listens you'll really end up liking it a lot.

 

I've never really liked Kate Bush that much but I'd read a lot of really good reviews so thought I'd give it a listen to. Like you I didn't really know what to make of it at first, but I downloaded it anyway. Listened to it back and forth to work last week, and I must say I absolutely love it now. Definitely a slow burner.

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