What are you listening to?

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Re: What are you listening to?

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tim17 wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 4:09 pm
I've got quite a few Motown LP's and singles plus 000's of tracks on my ipod, wife's not that keen though. Lots of ads on UK tv (such as the new Mercedes advert) feature forgotten soul songs.
I am a huge lMotown fan - my era :)
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Never mind Motown - listen to some music!



Welsh and Senegalese Harps in perfect harmony. :good:
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Biggles wrote:
Sat Apr 04, 2020 9:42 pm
Never mind Motown - listen to some music!

Welsh and Senegalese Harps in perfect harmony. :good:
A beautiful harmonious work .. how close the sounds were but the instruments were so different in design.

And that was just the practice 😊
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A vos et nos sourires masqués, puisqu’il ne reste que nos yeux pour parler… Déjà hâte de vous retrouver!

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Re: What are you listening to?

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I love all these old groups from the 70s etc. And lively trad jazz.
There were some good comedy programmes too such as this



Not so keen on Peter Cook though.

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Mrs Archy wrote:
Mon Apr 06, 2020 4:10 pm
Thanks for that Mrs. A. I always liked the BeeGees' music but it also brings back a particular nice memory. Back in the days when I was heavily involved in Leicestershire and East Midlands Petanque, I was teamed up in a triple with a married couple Graham and Gina. They readily accepted my suggestion for a team name, The DeeGees. We had a very successful few years and the first time we went to the annual dance I wanted them to get up on stage to mime to a BeeGees song. Graham was all for it but Gina refused point blank saying 'absolutely not, I hate the Beegees and all their music'. :o :lol:





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