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    Cold Cave - Glory. A retro wave track from 2017


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    Of course it'll fit, you just need a bigger hammer.

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    My all-time favourite Bowie track. This used to drive Mrs R batty!

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    From the days when I had hair...

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    I love this arrangement of Shakespeare's song, it has an Irish flavour to it.
    I doubt sometimes whether a quiet and unagitated life would have suited me - yet I sometimes long for it.

    - Lord Byron.

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    I enjoy a very wide range of music , it simply depends on what I would or even need to listen to at the time. G-flat Major is not a key enjoyed by all, in fact, I have heard it described as depressing. I must be from another planet because it has the exact opposite response from me. Of interest, my father was a self taught musician and unless a key change was required when accompanying a singer when he was playing the piano he played mostly in G-flat Major. Not able to read music he was still able to play, with conviction, classical music as well as tunes from various decades. If only I knew then what I know now..... Currently I am listening to a favourite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ybq6Ea79nZ4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizara View Post
    I enjoy a very wide range of music , it simply depends on what I would or even need to listen to at the time. G-flat Major is not a key enjoyed by all, in fact, I have heard it described as depressing. I must be from another planet because it has the exact opposite response from me. Of interest, my father was a self taught musician and unless a key change was required when accompanying a singer when he was playing the piano he played mostly in G-flat Major. Not able to read music he was still able to play, with conviction, classical music as well as tunes from various decades. If only I knew then what I know now..... Currently I am listening to a favourite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ybq6Ea79nZ4

    Shizara , I wish there was a like button, but the is a lovely piece of music.

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    A song I haven't heard for years, and stumbled across this evening:

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    Didn't think I'd ever hear a decent version of 'Simply The Best'

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    I've been rewatching Budgie, I'd forgotten this...

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    Bit early for Christmas, but Its in my head now, one of my favourites.

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    I was just reflecting of the tragic ending of the successful Emerson, Lake and Palmer. as a very talented rock band.
    Greg Lake died of cancer, 2016, and Keith Emerson shot himself in the head at his home in California, March 2016. I think he suffered from some kind of nerve damage, depression and drink problem. So sad an ending.
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    Memories of the last of my school days

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    I just want it to be summer now.

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    I thought you were too young for the punk movement, Lex?

    Another from my adolescent days...

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