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  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 1,386

    I don't think this is really about leaves either - Wogan,Waters and Marsh song. What a voice though eh? Amazed she didn't like performing live.


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  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 1,386

    A bit of music in a seasonal mood.....Do you actually say 'Happy Hallow'e'e'n'? (How many apostrophes should there be in that?)


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  • PeggyTXPeggyTX Posts: 553
    edited November 2019
    This one always gets me dancing around and enjoying being outside:  'Good Day Sunshine' by the Beatles


    Oh, and how can I leave out Louis Armstrong's 'What a Wonderful World' for making me appreciate all the lovely gardens and scenery out there to enjoy: 


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  • BrexiteerBrexiteer Birmingham Posts: 955
    I don't know what happened to my youth and people who know my musical tastes reckon I've been here before. When I'm outside I have my jerry Lee Lewis, Carl perkins, Lonnie doneghan ect even a bit of chas and dave 
  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 39,061
    The brilliant Johnnie Walker on Sunday afternoon,  had some good guests, but near the end, a listener suggested the fabulous ELP with their glorious take on A. Copland's  #Fanfare for the Common Man.
    There's good footage of the time they played in the snow covered Olympic stadium in Montreal.
    Keith Emerson would have been 75 on Saturday, so a fitting tribute.
    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


  • AnniDAnniD Posts: 8,223
    I  loved a bit of ELP. Must dig out my Tarkus LP, used to drive my dad to distraction, bless him 😁
  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 39,061
    Brain Salad Surgery for me  @AnniD. One of the best album titles ever, and one of the most beautiful LPs - gatefold.  :)
    Only Mr Palmer left now.... :/
    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....


  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 1,386

    ...not... Got all the washing done yesterday on the vain hope that it wouldn't rain down here today...yeah, ok..... I'm beginning to turn into Kevin from Motherland.

    I was listening to this last night as it turns out - a playlist of 'covers' - had this for both the Temps and Bob (me and Bob were just like that) so I looked up the song to see whose was the original and read this on wiki. Sad eh?

    Just listening to Jim Al-Khalili on 4... watched his two parter on Quantum on the beeb the other day...blinkey blimey, I think I'm with Einstein (is that 'bartender, one more beer please' in German?) and that they've got something wrong - and how they get maths from the improbability of quantum loses me completely. Brain ache.
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  • steveTusteveTu Posts: 1,386
    For all those over the past year who probably felt like this but carried on caring anyway, a sincere thank you:

    ...and for all of you north of Polegate who speak with those weird accents and paint yourself blue with woad:



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  • ErgatesErgates Devon, east of ExeterPosts: 561
    I must be alone here, I never listen to music when I’m gardening. I like to listen to the birds, and let my mind run on its own track. I find it a good time to think through stuff while being physically active. Outside the house, I tend to only listen to music in the car, and then it’s usually recordings of theme music from films.
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