What are you listening to.....right now?

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Robert j
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The new rhcp album not that impressed tbh
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Now I'm listening to an old rhcp album much better than than the new one q
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Hubbadhubba...

Lowering the tone since 2007...
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Right now I'm listening to Tom Waits "Way Down in the Hole" :plainsmile

https://youtu.be/_6WEy0eH8Xc
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Petty, RIP:

I'm so unlucky that if there is such a thing as re-incarnation I'll come back as me!
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Clearing out workshop sh1t.
Needs Captain Beefheart Spotlight kid.
Then some Zappa..Overnite sensation.
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Nice ending got the compressor and tank moved.lol.
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The rolling stones at Hyde park tonight.
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tony.mon wrote:The rolling stones at Hyde park tonight.
Superb...
Glad your got there ok Image


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Duffy1964 wrote: Sat Jun 25, 2022 9:36 pm
tony.mon wrote:The rolling stones at Hyde park tonight.
Superb...
Glad your got there ok Image


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And I appear to have come away with a free gift- COVID ....
It was still worth it.

With the price of beer, I came close to drinking £50 in an evening😱. That was just me, the wife had a couple, too. £7 a pint.
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tony.mon wrote: Wed Jun 29, 2022 1:49 pm And I appear to have come away with a free gift- COVID ....
It was still worth it.

With the price of beer, I came close to drinking £50 in an evening😱. That was just me, the wife had a couple, too. £7 a pint.
I tested positive last Wednesday .Tested negative today though.
SO WHEN DOES THIS OLD ENOUGH TO KNOW BETTER KICK IN
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Public service broadcasting.

They're never a band I think of when I'm playing other music, but it's a good Saturday morning sesh.
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Did they play Spitfire Bird? As you know, I like that one :D

I have had a busy week with bands as I work towards my goal of seeing 60 bands in my 60th year.

Sunday I went into Birmingham to see Brass Against playing. But No repeat of the pissing on an audience member that brought the Internet fury to the lead singers door last year and caused them to cancel their original tour dates in the UK.,

Wednesday was off to Glasgow playing easy jet roulette to see if we could get to the Green Day Gig we bought tickets for 4 years ago. Result, easy jet didn't cancel our flights and we made it, but in our excitement at being in Glasgow we underestimated the time to get from the City centre out to Bellahoustn park, so we missed Amyl & the sniffers who were added as an extra support act. I am a big fan of the basic Punk / thrash / Pop that Amy and her band do, so I had already been up to Manchester to seen them 3 weeks before, but I would have liked to see her play to the huge crowd that were there for Green day.
After failing to get any taxi to take us to the gig, we went for the subway train and based on the well proven logic of " when in Rome, do as the Romans" ........ We were drinking Buckfast out of the bottle on the train to merge in with the locals :lol: :D :beer:

Caught the other support bands of Weeezer and Fall out Boy who were both good, and then Green Day was even better than I expected. A good mosh was enjoyed :twisted:

Fly home Thursday, again with no cancellations, and get the van loaded for Sign of The times festival on the Friday and Saturday. This is all my punk and new wave favourites, so we were watching....... The Farm, The Skids, Pop Will eat its self, Glasvagas, UB40 on the Friday. Then on Sunday Dr Feelgood, Spear of Desitiny, Hugh Cornwall (of the stranglers), the undertones, the beat, Boomtown Rats and New Model Army on Saturday...

Time for a rest now :lol:
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