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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

It seems lately I started listening to classical music again. Especially the unfinished symphony by Schubert.


Have you seen "Mozart in the Jungle" (AmazonPrime)? Highly recommended for all lovers of classical music! I just listened again to Moncayo's Huapango.
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Just in the break of the Bohemian Rhapsody movie

Despite the mediocre reviews I liked te movie! A night at the opera was one of the first LP's I bought a long, long time ago.
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I liked the movie too (and the music of course), and so did the rest of the family .
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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

It seems lately I started listening to classical music again. Especially the unfinished symphony by Schubert.


Have you seen "Mozart in the Jungle" (AmazonPrime)? Highly recommended for all lovers of classical music! I just listened again to Moncayo's Huapango.


Great show.

I'm a jazz fan but have also found myself listening to some of the Australian rock music of my youth (Cold Chisel etc) lately.
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Doing the most boring job in the world: Ironing shirts for work. So I need some energy, hence listening to Within Temptation - The Unforgiving. Loud!
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Still listening Camille O'Sullivan. Saw her at the City Varieties Theater in Leeds a few weeks ago.
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Originally posted by Pyl Pyl wrote:

Doing the most boring job in the world: Ironing shirts for work. So I need some energy, hence listening to Within Temptation - The Unforgiving. Loud!


They were on tour here just the other day but I didn't go :(


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Most of my listening is while ironing, washing up or on headphones in the gym. Lately I've been listening to She Makes War and Eliza Rickman. I made the 100 mile trip to Manchester last month to see She Makes War, a five piece in a small room in a pub.

An unexpected bonus was Eliza Rickman as support, a name new to me and playing the last date of her European tour. Great gig, standing at the front after paying only 8 GBP for entry.
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Walking the dogs today and listening to Charles Hazelwood's Beatles Black Album, especially George Harrison's Wah-Wah and Ringo's Photograph.



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Originally posted by bonneville bonneville wrote:

Walking the dogs today and listening to Charles Hazelwood's Beatles Black Album, especially George Harrison's Wah-Wah and Ringo's Photograph.



Watched a documentary about a guy who played on both those songs, you can also hear him blow on Brown Sugar and Heartbreaker and too many other Stones songs to list, Lennon's Whatever Gets You Through the Night, Cocker's The Letter and basically any other rock song that has a great sax solo, except for Snowy White with Pink Floyd that is.

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John Fahey's Christmas album. You will never hear those carols the same old staid way after hearing them done by Fahey.
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My daughter playing "Pirates of the Caribbean" on her violin, thankfully she plays well....
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Gun Club - Fire Of Love, first pressing
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