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Older songs you've recently discovered - 15/8/2012 6:15:44 PM   
Fluke Skywalker


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So what tunes have people just gotten into that have been around for years
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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 15/8/2012 7:18:58 PM   
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Lots of T Rex. And some Black Uhuru.

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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 15/8/2012 8:13:10 PM   
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Scorpions

I very rarely get into "new" music these days tbh, it's always older stuff I discover.

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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 15/8/2012 8:21:38 PM   
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Blue Oyster Cult, beyond Don't Fear The Reaper/Cities On Flame anyway.

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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 16/8/2012 8:14:16 AM   
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ORIGINAL: tommyjarvis

Scorpions



Brilliant, used to love Scorpiosn, not listened to any of there stuff for years.
Funny story, once when Vixen supported Scorpions, the posters said Scorpions - Vixen, which basically in German meant Scorpions - wank off.
I don't speak German so no idea if this is true or not. I imagine the v is pronounced w though.

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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 16/8/2012 9:21:25 AM   
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not listened to any of there stuff for years


That's because you're deaf you silly old bastard.

Why haven't you mentioned your Al Jolson collection?

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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 16/8/2012 1:54:42 PM   
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Fairly recently (over the last 6 months to a year) I got into The Zombies. Their debut (and only) album, Odessey and Oracle is phenomenal. I've also been llistening to a shit load of Marvin Gaye. What's Going On is probably the best album I've listened to this Millenium and his duets album with Tammi Terrell is a thing of beauty.

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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 16/8/2012 2:49:59 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Harry Tuttle

Fairly recently (over the last 6 months to a year) I got into The Zombies. Their debut (and only) album, Odessey and Oracle is phenomenal. I've also been llistening to a shit load of Marvin Gaye. What's Going On is probably the best album I've listened to this Millenium and his duets album with Tammi Terrell is a thing of beauty.


Yeah, that's a terrific album. I've been listening to a lot of older stuff recently: Moby Grape, Modern Lovers, Cream, Big Star and so on, and a lot of old funk and blues as well. Can't recommend Mississippi John Hurt, David 'Honeyboy' Edwards or Howlin' Wolf highly enough.

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RE: Older songs you've recently discovered - 16/8/2012 3:12:15 PM   
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Well i thought this would be ok to post this here as i'm really enjoying it today

Bill Withers - 1973 BBC Concert Complete on youtube. 30mins of cool

http://youtu.be/qtT_8pEjHgo

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