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What music are you listening to?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by hognose, Jun 24, 2015.

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    Love a bit of Billy Idol, reminds me of being a teen and rebelling against my parents awful taste in music
     
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    Ha ha Galja, I'd need padding and hearing protection. I was thinking of going to a festival close to where I live and decided it would probably be too loud for me. I had problems with the PA system on my holiday so probably wouldnt be able to cope with a concert
     
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    Scriabin Piano Sonata no.5 (OK, I may be in a minority here...):

     
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    Oooo, one of my favourites. I like the vamp with the long dark hair, and I LOVE the lead singer in the rock band sequence. Now THATS my kinda bloke. Muscles, tattoos, bald head.......


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  8. Showing my age here! One of the first bands I saw live (beautiful song currently being used in an advert)

     
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    I'll never have that recipe again, ooooooooh nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

     
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    Just been listening to a classic Elton & Bernie collaboration, a beautiful song:

     
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    I have the radio on right now, so a varied mix from Heart, which I like :)
     
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    The sound track from A Christmas Carol. Both the stage and screen versions. No, not because I just can't wait for Christmas! I'm doing a production of the show just before Christmas and it is, the rarest of the rare, a show I haven't played yet. The horn part is a bit of a kick in the teeth (- brass player short hand for lots of high stuff and practically no breaks) so I'm making sure I know how it goes. It makes life much easier if you can predict tempo changes etc. especially on this one where I don't know the company or the conductor. It's not playing all over the house. Just in the car.
     
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    Listening to some Australian surfing music from the 1960 - 70s, I have a double cd of The Atlantics.

     
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