What are you listening to?

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I was spellbound when I first heard Martin sing this amazing ballad live. So pleased to find it beautifully filmed and recorded in a proper Folk Club in 1996. :good:

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Talented young people continuing the Led Zeppelin legend.
The girl has such a powerful voice.


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And to Jimmy Page, the elder statesman of British rock music, on the making of “Stairway to Heaven”.
A true gentleman stuck with his dreadful neighbour Robbie Williams.


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Launaguet, I am often astonished by youngsters I know (aged between 15 and 25) who love the music their parents listen to. I think it's a good thing as regards musicianship (jpj for example was a great bass player) but I worry à little about stagnation.
Same old nonsense.

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Even older! The original from 1965.


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Northern Soul - Keep The Faith

‘The brightest flame casts the darkest shadows’

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For those who'll love their partner to the end of time and beyond.

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Oldblueraincoat wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 1:42 pm
Mickey Sullivan,who was the person in the UHB that looked after both Cohen's and Metzgers guitars, he also played harmonica on rare occasions on both of the last tours, died last week. A friend who worked with him asked if I had any photos or video of him on Cohen's tours, the best one I sent him was from the last gig in Europe, Amsterdam 2013 when the whole crew joined the band in Save the last dance for me. Emotional night.

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Northern Soul - Keep The Faith

‘The brightest flame casts the darkest shadows’

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