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What music are you listening to right now?

Trying to wake up and move...need stimulating music. What mood are you in? ....Say it in music.

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4 days ago (Last activity: 20th Oct 2020 13:37:19)
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I love old western songs. Not the beer drinking and womanizing country music. Certainly not the country music that is recorded today.
Response from Yodama Original Poster made 4 days ago
Welcome to this forum Broncrider.
Some of the best country and western artists and songs emanate from the "Grand old Oprey,"
Grand Ole Opry Stars of the 50s 1-

Marty Robbins - El Paso-

What are your favourites Broncrider?
Response from Happy Hippie made 4 days ago
A little country always good Broncrider :), Grew up with my dad constantly playing some of the best ever made 🙂 Patsy Cline, Slim Whitman, and Jim Reeves to name a few, followed by my mum's eclectic taste's lol, Guess i should thank them both for my Love of all music 🙂
Response from No Reply made 1 days ago > @Happy Hippie
WE PLAYED MUSIC IN GENERAL WHEN I WAS GROWING UP. MOMMA LISTED. WATCHED. COUNTRY MUSIC SHOWS, EVERY SATURDAY EVENING. LOTS OF DOLLY AND PORTER MEMORIES. AS A TEENAGER. And a huge Beatle fan....still am, I pretended. I didn't like the country twang. Pasty Clone Dolly became fave along with Hank Williams ( thanks Daddy) on then to The platters, Nat King Cole, classical, Folk, Big Band with ROCK being my fave. As the Beach Boys sang...ADD SOME MUSIC TO YOUR DAY!!
Response from Happy Hippie made 1 days ago > @No Reply
Oh my The platters No Reply 🙂 🙂 🙂 They were Awesome, would be hard to pick a favorite, I'm quite eclectic in my taste and can and often skip back and forth from 50s to the present day in one session from rock country reggae and Motown and on lol 🙂 wishing you a good day from here in Scotland 🙂
Response from Broncrider made 1 days ago > @No Reply
Sorry about no reply. Glad to meet you from Texas. Also glad to respond to a Scotsman. Half Scottish myself, mom's maiden name WAllace
Response from Broncrider made 1 days ago > @Yodama
I like the old western singers, Sons of the Pioneer, Roy Roger's, Gene Autry. I was a working cowboy while I was in high school.
Response from spica made 8 hours ago
... a couple not heard so often
Marty Robbins - She Was Only Seventeen ...
Frankie Laine - I Believe ...
... and a favourite
Engine Engine #9 - Roger Miller ...
Happy Hippie
1 days ago
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Music always pick's you up so much after a long nightshift 🙂 maybe a little more lively laters when i wake up more lol, but a little easy listening for now 🙂 so a few from Patsy Cline always good 🙂 Must add they lyrics so don't reflect my present mood, as good as they are 🙂 x Crazy ·
Patsy Cline Patsy Cline -- I Fall To Pieces "Sweet Dreams".... PATSY CLINE Having a chilled afternoon even with two i just played that despite how they pull me to pieces i could never stop playing them <3 He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother (HD) + The Hollies and Elvis Presley - Can't Help Falling In Love <3 Don't you just love the power of music and the emotions the memories a track can stir in you 🙂
Happy Hippie
1 days ago
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That some eclectic mix Yodama 🙂 🙂 🙂 Love it, can so relate to that, some great tracks, up from nightshift and picking a few myself 🙂 Maybe start with 3 of my all-time favorites 🙂 Neil Young - Heart of Gold Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd Simon and Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water Give A Little Bit Supertramp
Peter Gabriel - Don't Give Up (ft. Kate Bush)
REM - Everybody Hurts Lyrics Somewhere Over the Rainbow / What a Wonderful World - Israel Kamakawiwo'Ole Wishing you and all a wonderful day too 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
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Well, it is Monday and bin day yet again and I am looking for some nice music to watch the bin men by.

Michael Jackson - Billie Jean -

Michael Jackson - Beat It -

The Beatles - Come Together -

The Beatles - Twist & Shout -

Simon and Garfunkel-I Am a Rock-

Brian May/ Kerry Ellis/ The Troggs - Wild Thing -

Meat Loaf - Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad -

Kiss - I Was Made For Lovin' You -

Aerosmith - I Don't Want to Miss a Thing -

Bon Jovi - Bed Of Roses -

Ed Sheeran - Galway Girl -

Bon Jovi - In These Arms-

R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts -

Alannah Myles - Black Velvet -

Shakespears Sister - You're History -

Willie Nelson - Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain -

Alison Krauss - When You Say Nothing At All -

Chris Stapleton - Tennessee Whiskey -

Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa - I´d Rather Go Blind -

Sara Evans-When You Were Cheating-

Alan Jackson - The Older I Get -

Have a great day everyone. 🙂 🙂
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1 days ago (Last activity: 19th Oct 2020 10:45:47)
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Response from Yodama Original Poster made 1 days ago
No it isn't a chat room, but you are welcome to chat away about feeling your music here. There are so many interesting threads on the forums, should keep you busy all day. 🙂
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1 days ago (Last activity: 19th Oct 2020 10:44:08)
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The Beatles LOVE C.D.
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Response from Yodama Original Poster made 1 days ago
Welcome to this music thread No Reply.
Iconic Beatle's fan are you? Great music over the years.
Do you have any favourites?
I used to play my Abbey Road record until it was worn out. Not sure if it was the best of the best, but it was my taste at the time.
What on earth would we do without music?
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1 days ago
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Happy Hippie
4 days ago (Last activity: 16th Oct 2020 14:01:04)
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Chilled evening off work and a little folk music for me 🙂 a little Fairport and Corries and more 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Response from Yodama Original Poster made 4 days ago
Thanks for the links Happy Hippie, I haven't heard these for a very long time. Can't help being moved by the beautiful Sandy Denny's voice.
Also enjoying the Corries folk music.
I used to sing this with great gusto at one time.

Wild Rover -

I am listening to Christy Moore at the moment.
Response from Happy Hippie made 4 days ago > @Yodama
Yes Yodama Sandy Denny sure had a beautiful Voice, few could match, was a great loss when you think how much more was to come, Christy Moore not one i'v not listened to, Nice share my friend, i enjoyed them both 🙂 work for me tonight so chilling with another Blast from the past Eva Cassidy 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Happy Hippie
5 days ago (Last activity: 15th Oct 2020 09:13:21)
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Bit of a mix at the moment, but my taste in music is very eclectic, but i also love good lyrics so often a strange mix lol 🙂
Response from Yodama Original Poster made 5 days ago
It's all about the mood you are in isn't it Happy Hippie?
I like to meditate so play something soft and calm in the morning, then it is something lively to do chores by and maybe in the afternoon, some lovely classics. Very eclectic too.
Love to know what strange mix you are listening to. 🙂
Response from Happy Hippie made 5 days ago > @Yodama
Yes it is Yodana 🙂 Started with Boston then on to Fairport Convention, and somehow ended up with the BeeGees 🙂 There a lot of power in music, one track can lift you out of the deepest hole, then another can bring a flood of emotions,I can quite happily listen to Roy Orbison followed by the Clash lol 🙂
Yodama Original Poster
13th Oct 2020 09:14:54 (Last activity: 14th Oct 2020 10:25:27)
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Miss Freddie and the "old" Queen, but Adam Lambert gives an incredible performance.

Queen + Adam Lambert: In perfect harmony-

Queen + Adam Lambert - The Show Must Go On (Live At The O2, London, UK, 04/07/2018) -

Response from simbadog made on 13th Oct 2020 10:18:36
Love Queen Yodama, Adam Lambert does a fabulous job but Freddie was the ultimate showman.

I believe one of their greatest performances was at the 1985 Live Aid concert

Radio Ga Ga

Gives me goosebumps every time I watch
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 13th Oct 2020 17:43:15
As you say simbadog, there is only one Freddie, he had more than a sprinkling of "Pixie dust," and a great showman.
Never to be forgotten judging from his fan-base.
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 13th Oct 2020 18:00:18 > @Yodama
He had a secret desire to sing opera, I love this duet he sung with Montserrat Cabbale ( also sadly passed on now.)
Gives me goosebumps too.


I think tomorrow I will wallow in Queen all day...very uplifting!
Response from simbadog made 6 days ago > @Yodama
Great duet! Montserrat Cabbale the Spanish soprano who was born in Barcelona and in 1987 the Mayor of the city invited her to provide a theme song for the Olympic Games to be held in the city in 1992.
In collaboration with Freddie on the album Barcelona the title track hit the top ten in the charts in November 1987.
Unfortunately, Freddie was no longer with us when the Olympics opened in July 1992.

Here's a little more of Montserrat

Have a good day
10th Oct 2020 19:47:01 (Last activity: 10th Oct 2020 22:31:41)
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Been away a few days, from the site that is, and just wanted to post another item relating to musical plagiarism.

Spot the guitar riff difference in these intros:

Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Chile:

The KLF - Justified And Ancient:

As Neil from ‘The Young Ones’ would say: "Boomshanka. May the seed of your loin be fruitful in the belly of your woman.”
Response from Wilf made on 10th Oct 2020 22:31:41
Love Jimi-All along the watchtower!
30th Sep 2020 13:52:28 (Last activity: 7th Oct 2020 08:49:40)
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How about a bit of mischief? Here is a short selection - well, ten - of what I would term ‘drinking songs’ - not necessarily to sing along to whilst three sheets to the wind, but also about the demon drink, pubs, the seedy side of life and what have you.

The Dubliners & The Pogues - The Irish Rover:

Sham ‘69 - Hurry Up Harry:

George Thorogood - One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer:

George Thorogood (again!) - I Drink Alone:

Dean Martin - When You’re Drinking:

Splodgenessabounds- Two Pints Of Lager:

Thomas Rhett - Beer With Jesus:

Dr. Feelgood- Milk And Alcohol:

The Housemartins - Happy Hour:

Kiss - Cold Gin:

Hic, burp...same again barman...
Response from Wilf made on 30th Sep 2020 14:38:46
Great selection Shelfside---I will listen later with a pint of Guinness and a packet of crisps in my man shed!!!!
Response from Shelfside made on 30th Sep 2020 19:26:38
I do love a Guinness, me - but am rationing the drink at present by keeping off it Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Roll on Thursday! Only 27 and a half hours to go...

Hope you like the selection Lionel!
Response from Shelfside made on 30th Sep 2020 19:28:26 > @Wilf
Apologies, Wilf. Why I referred to you as Lionel is a genuine mystery to me, and I can’t even blame it on the drink!
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 30th Sep 2020 19:50:41 > @Shelfside
A very merry list of songs if I may say so Shelf. I will be listening to some of them with trepidation!
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 30th Sep 2020 19:56:16 > @Shelfside
A good song to sing while you are waiting

100 bottles of beer on the wall -
Response from Shelfside made on 1st Oct 2020 16:31:39
How can you NOT like that song? And what a tragedy...
Response from Happy Hippie made on 7th Oct 2020 08:49:40 > @Wilf
Hurry up Harry 🙂 there's a blast from my past lol
Yodama Original Poster
2nd Oct 2020 08:17:23 (Last activity: 7th Oct 2020 07:46:19)
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Good morning fellow hermits. Raining here today, and for the next three days.
Only one thing for it, relax till it is over.
Perhaps some rain music?

Brook Benton - Rainy Night in Georgia -

HENDRIX: Stil Rainin Still Dreamin -

I love the rain the most - Joe Purdy -

Raining In Baltimore - Counting Crows -

NOPE! I am getting depressed now- changing my thinking.

What's Up -

Classic Rock Greatest Hits 60s,70s,80s -

The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun -

The Beatles - Come Together -

The Rolling Stones - Start Me Up -

Queen - Fat Bottomed Girls -

Feeling a tad better now.
Response from islandPat made on 2nd Oct 2020 11:50:39
For President Trump a little Van Halen

and I always liked Jonathan Creek 🙂

Response from spica made on 7th Oct 2020 07:19:20
.. a little after the event but,
Crowded House ...
Response from islandPat made on 7th Oct 2020 07:39:42
RIP - Van Halen

Rocking with the best now

Response from islandPat made on 7th Oct 2020 07:46:19 > @islandPat
Another one gone - Johnny Nash

loved his music RIP

Happy Hippie
6th Oct 2020 23:29:02
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A little Lynyrd Skynyrd 🙂
30th Sep 2020 08:33:02 (Last activity: 30th Sep 2020 13:18:35)
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Not all Australian artists get international recognition but Helen(Reddy) deservedly did !
I Don't Know How to Love Him ...
Candle on the Water ...
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 30th Sep 2020 11:42:25
Famous in her day and very popular here in Britain too spica.
Aussie is full of talent it seems.
Response from Shelfside made on 30th Sep 2020 13:18:35
Being a softie at heart, ahem, I must confess to liking ‘Angie Baby’. If memory serves Noel Edmonds used to play it regularly on Radio 1’s breakfast show back in the day when I was knee high to a grasshopper.

Always sad when somebody you recall from the salad days of your youth passes.
29th Sep 2020 12:46:55 (Last activity: 30th Sep 2020 11:40:23)
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Three to relax to in these uncertain times. Grab a drink of whatever you fancy, sprawl on the sofa, carpet, bed or whatever and drift away...

Hope y’all like them

Groove Armada - At The River:

Be Bop Deluxe - Visions Of Endless Hopes:

David Bowie - Letter To Hermione:

(For those interested, the girl in the Bowie video was his then girlfriend Hermione Farthingale, who split up with him when she went off to act a minor role in the 1970 film ‘Song of Norway’ - this song was his heartfelt message to her).
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 29th Sep 2020 13:23:26
Nice and smooth, thank you Shelf.
I am listening to Celtic/ fairy-type music today.

Enya Fairytale (Aragorn And Arwen's Love) -

Enya - The Humming -

I Will Find You - Clannad -

Cad De Sin Don Te Sin -
Response from Shelfside made on 29th Sep 2020 16:41:41
I must confess to not listening to much of that stuff before, even mocking an ex work colleague back in the day when Enya first came to individual prominence for championing her. His Irish wife got him hooked, and he would sing her praises at almost every opportunity. Bar ‘Orinoco Flow’ (a title that somehow always sat uncomfortably with me) I’m an Enya virgin so to speak.

However, your little selection has gone down very well it must be might yet convert me Yodama!

Aforementioned ex colleague is now a LibDem councillor in Milton Keynes, so maybe the mockery had a detrimental effect on his sanity...
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 29th Sep 2020 19:14:17
Oh dear no! No missionary zeal to convert you to the music I like at all Shelf, far be it from me to attempt to supplant your punk robust and rebellious preferences
For me, it's all about the Yin and Yang and vibrations of "that stuff" that you have shied away from for so long.
We should all try a little nibble of the variety of compositions from time to time.
If you are at all a fan of Lord of the Rings , Last of the Mohicans and other movies, there is much of Enya's music in the movie's soundtrack.

You may think that your Lib-Dem colleague's brain has gone to mush from either, your mockery or from listening to too much of "that stuff." I find Lib-Dems to be on the anaemic side anyway. Possibly genetics and nothing to do with Enya! ;-D
Response from Shelfside made on 29th Sep 2020 20:37:05
Again my past reveals me to be a Philistine of sorts. I have had an aversion to LOTR since university days where it seemed that every Afghan coat clad beardy weirdy (we’re talking 1979- ish here) carried a copy of the book (read or otherwise I know not) almost as some kind of badge of honour.

The more dog eared it was, the better it seemed to those in their circles and those they wished to lure over to their unkempt, dishevelled and faux druggie side. I recall the tables in my local pub at the time being strewn with copy after copy...that kind of thing stays with a man I tells ya. I’m deeply scarred.

Anyway, I will have a more measured listen to what you describe as ‘Celtic/fairy-type music’, you never know it might soften me up a bit! But LOTR - even for all the plaudits the movies have earned, even for the reverence Tolkien is surrounded by, I just cannot get into it. Do you remember the problems the Fonze from ‘Happy Days’ had with trying to say sorry? Well, that’s me and LOTR.

Right you are, I’m off ready to watch a bit of TV, and feed the cats. Enjoy what’s left of the evening!
Response from spica made on 30th Sep 2020 08:33:57 > @Yodama
'Much of Enya's music in the movies', a favourite! ....
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 30th Sep 2020 11:40:23
Sad ending to love spica, the lyrics are beautiful as is he music, great choice.

Far and Away
Sweet November
Last of the Mohicans

She is prolific in her music for movies soundtracks.
28th Sep 2020 12:14:13 (Last activity: 28th Sep 2020 15:49:20)
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Rainy and miserable day over here in North Rhine-Westphalia, so to liven at least myself up, here’s half a dozen kick-ass tunes...

The Tubes - White Punks On Dope:

Sex Pistols - Pretty Vacant :

David Bowie - Jean Genie:

Muse - Knights Of Cydonia:

My Chemical Romance - Welcome To The Black Parade:

Foo Fighters - Walk:

And if that little lot doesn’t shiver yer timbers, then have some of this - 1812 Overture with full on cannon!

I thank you.
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 28th Sep 2020 13:45:59
Crikey! My timbers have been totally shivered. After my daily helping of LSD, I found punk music (which I used to hate, ) strangely rousing.
Thank you for your very different links Shelf.
Weather here has turned a tad chilly and miserable.
Wetphalia, isn't that where Vlad the Impaler comes from?
I think he would have loved punk rock.

Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK -

Lovely boys, I must have them over for tea and cake sometime.
Response from Wilf made on 28th Sep 2020 14:49:29
Love the 1812 Overture. Best piece of music ever is his piano concerto-unreal! Moving to the 70s David Bowie was another genius!
Response from Shelfside made on 28th Sep 2020 14:56:46 > @Yodama
I hope ole Vlad doesn’t come from these parts (Romania maybe?), although one of my neighbours looks kind of olde worlde with a droopy tache and slightly odd clothing...and I never see him during the day. Luckily I’ve got plenty of garlic in the house...

In the meantime and just for you, Kasabian - Vlad The Impaler:
Response from Shelfside made on 28th Sep 2020 15:10:01 > @Wilf
If you haven’t got a copy of the 1812 Wilf, might I suggest a really cracking recording by the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra complete with authentic bronze French cannons from 1775 and full on church bells. It was recorded back in 1958, and you can get the CD on the ‘Mercury Living Presence’ label. A brilliant recording.

The CD also has Beethoven’s ‘Wellington’s Victory’ - that comes with cannons, howitzers and muskets...a real treat for the ears!

Crank up your stereo as loud as you can and (as the great Ian Botham once said) give it some pongo...or just whack your ear cannisters on.
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 28th Sep 2020 15:16:49 > @Shelfside
Thanks for Kasabian. Fair sized stake he is weilding.
Could that, is that, would that be the same cuddly Noel Feilding of Bakeoff fame?, never!
Response from Shelfside made on 28th Sep 2020 15:49:20 > @Yodama
10/10! It is indeed Mr. Fielding, and he does bear an uncanny resemblance to Serge from Kasabian - but maybe he can’t act!
Yodama Original Poster
28th Sep 2020 07:35:46 (Last activity: 28th Sep 2020 09:11:10)
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Monday and it's dustbin day ...AGAIN! Can't believe how quickly the days are flying by, it seems only yesterday that it was today.
Chores to do, so a cold shower to wake me up ( maybe not that cold.)
I should go shopping today, but now that I know the hoarders are emptying the shelves and we are being restricted to only 3 of the same items all over again, I intend to sulk and not buy anything at all.
Well ...on with the vacuuming...hey ho! Something lively hmmm? 🙂
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 28th Sep 2020 07:54:53
Might be a good idea to add some music links.:D:D:D

Beth & Joe - Nutbush City Limits -

ZZ Top - Just Got Paid -

ZZ TOP - Tube Snake Boogie -

Nickelback - Sharp Dressed Man-

Dire Straits - Money For Nothing -

Michael Jackson - Billie Jean -

Michael Jackson - Beat It -

Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger -

Phew! bit much for this early, need intravenous tea.

Have a happy day. 🙂 🙂
Response from islandPat made on 28th Sep 2020 08:04:45
For you Yodama - Dire Straits - Neil - Glen Miller - Queen

and your pick me up

Coffee time and - The Hunter 🙂

Jobs done and feet up. Well done Yodama 🙂 🙂

Pat x
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 28th Sep 2020 09:11:10
Lovely choices, thank you Pat.
Haven't played Glen Miller for ages.
Having a nice little rest now with wonderful Elgar.

Here is something to stir you in Paradise today.

Strauss - Also sprach Zarathustra -

Gustav Holst- The Planets, Full Suite - 🙂
Yodama Original Poster
27th Sep 2020 08:02:49 (Last activity: 27th Sep 2020 12:07:53)
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Serene Sunday, I am up early, waiting for the sun to rise over the trees and sipping the ubiquitous cuppa.
First things first, time for meditation, always sets me up for the day.

Then it will be a pleasant music day.

Neil Sedaka - "Solitaire" (1972) -

Yesterday, When I Was Young -

O.C. Smith : Honey, I miss you (1968) -

The Platters - Only You -

Barbra Streisand, Céline Dion - Tell Him -

All I Ask of You (Crawford and Brightman -

Dana Winner - One Moment In Time -


Pink Floyd Greatest Hits Full Album 2020 -

Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven -

Have a peaceful morning everyone.
Response from islandPat made on 27th Sep 2020 09:47:05
We are listening to Rod Hardistry programmes

Have a pleasant day and stay safe everyone

Pat x
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 27th Sep 2020 10:50:08 > @islandPat
Lovely station Pat, I am listening to Rob Hardisty and enjoying the programme right now.

Stay safe yourself.
Response from islandPat made on 27th Sep 2020 12:07:53 > @Yodama
Glad you like it, we listen every Sunday. It just feels right for a Sunday morning 🙂

Pat x
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24th Sep 2020 08:36:45 (Last activity: 25th Sep 2020 12:13:12)
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Good morning all hope you are all feeling okay.
A lovely morning after the deluge yesterday, welcome deluge as my plants needed watering.
Feeling fabulous today, it may have something to do with my lovely dreams last night. I am ready to take the world on...after my tea

Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive -

U2 - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For -

U2 - With Or Without You -

Aerosmith - I Don't Want to Miss a Thing -

Guns N' Roses- November Rain -

Guns N' Roses- Sweet Child O' Mine -

Meat Loaf - Paradise By The Dashboard Light -

Stevie Nicks - Gold Dust Woman -

Eagles - I Can't Tell You Why -

Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper - Shallow -

I'll Never Love Again -

Sade-No Ordinary Love -

Seal-Kiss from a Rose -

Killing Me Softly With Her Song · Perry Como -
Response from simbadog made on 24th Sep 2020 09:52:51
Great choice Yodama some fab tunes.
Particularly like to listen to the talented Stevie Nicks either as a solo artist or as part of Fleetwood Mac

Have a good day. Sun shining here but we are getting ready to button down the hatches as a Tramontana approaches with fierce N/NW winds!
Response from spica made on 24th Sep 2020 13:03:23
As the world turns ... it's 'night-cap' time here !!
A couple for this evening:

Joan Osborne - What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted ...
Anita Baker - Sweet Love ...
Simply Red - Fairground ...
Earth, Wind & Fire - After The Love Has Gone ...

... and one more from Perry - It's Impossible ...
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 24th Sep 2020 14:55:39 > @simbadog
I love the artists of the hippy era, Joan Baez, Janis Joplin,
Mary Hopkins etc, maybe I will dedicate tomorrow to them all.

Make sure you have plenty of cake when you batten down your hatches, it could be a loooong storm.
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 24th Sep 2020 15:04:07 > @spica
Like you choices spica, especially "golden tonsils" Perry.
Must play more Anita Baker, great voice.

And...goodnight in the Antipodes.
Response from spica made on 25th Sep 2020 08:19:48 > @Yodama
'Goodnight' may have guessed, Yodama.
We have had four of our dear grandchildren stay this week ....
... apart from the numbers, replicates the seven dwarves .. ha,ha
Response from Yodama Original Poster made on 25th Sep 2020 12:13:12 > @spica
You are a brave soul spica, one day with my granddaughter puts me in A&E for a week.
One of the main problems being, my afternoon siesta . I dare not, in case she gets up to something. When mum picks her up, I have a marathon napping session.
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