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    Music

    Am a bit of a northern soulie/ indie... wot u listening to/fave song

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    Dad passed mother is in a bad way so not far off and me well hanging in there so not a good time to lisnen to music.
    Growing up even at a young age i used to love lisnening to folk music eg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e80qhyovOnA
    I found it calming and soothing.
    Also like listening to her. Belinda Carlisle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-WP6POdTgY
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    old school goth for me.

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    Indie and old school house.

    Fools Gold has seemed an apt track during these new normal times

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopelesslyoptimistic View Post
    Indie and old school house.

    Fools Gold has seemed an apt track during these new normal times
    Pretty much anything from the 80's Punk revolutionised the music scene following the bland shyte of the late 70's

    WTF11 - Favorite tracks are almost certainly by the Smiths....

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    The Smiths were class man..but I get your point

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozleeds View Post
    Dad passed mother is in a bad way so not far off and me well hanging in there so not a good time to lisnen to music.
    Growing up even at a young age i used to love lisnening to folk music eg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e80qhyovOnA
    I found it calming and soothing.
    Also like listening to her. Belinda Carlisle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-WP6POdTgY
    I totally get that OZ, music evokes so many memories; I spent three days with Mum the other Xmas whilst she hung on til Boxing Day, we played her every Frank Sinatra song out there several times, she went with a big smile on her face though, now I can't bear to hear the guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tichi1 View Post
    Pretty much anything from the 80's Punk revolutionised the music scene following the bland shyte of the late 70's

    WTF11 - Favorite tracks are almost certainly by the Smiths....
    Yuk, I think not. Only good thing about the Smiths was Johnny Marr!

    Beatles, The Jam, Eagles, Genesis, AC/DC, Caravan (look 'em up!), Pat Benatar, Asia, Aerosmith, Alter Bridge, Monster Truck, Nickelback (early stuff), Elton John (again, early, up to Yellow Brick Road), Showaddywaddy, Roy Orbison, Elvis (up to the comeback tour), etc etc. NO SMITHS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalverleyBoy View Post
    I totally get that OZ, music evokes so many memories; I spent three days with Mum the other Xmas whilst she hung on til Boxing Day, we played her every Frank Sinatra song out there several times, she went with a big smile on her face though, now I can't bear to hear the guy.
    Got that last bit in spades. "Born to be Wild" played at Mo's cremation, now some f00kwit has made it all soft and luvvy duvvy for a f00king car advert, could kill some people!

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    That is the great thing about music it brings back memories of times gone by. If I hear Eye of the Tiger I donít think of Rocky but Leeds in the 1990s when they players used to come out to it at ER.

    Smiths were quality - proper lyrics sung with sass and attitude! Though they managed to make even Gary Neville look happy.

    Used to love Hall and Oates and David Bowie back in the 80s and certain songs bring back memories of those times straight back.

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