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Futureheads...very cool band. I love this one: [MEDIA]
It was like a live action cartoon. Far-fetched situations and slapstick humor. I remember it being fun to watch when I was a kid.
Anxiously awaiting volume two of the proposed trilogy:
And this is a great supplement:
I remember watching the show with my dad back in the old days. Dad enjoyed the cornball humor of Speck Rhodes: [MEDIA]
"Eleanor Rigby"...here's just the strings:
and this one:
His finest moment:
The new single sounds good:
Interesting that the sons are joining the band. I dig Liam's music:
...or bands with a female lead vocalist
Here's mine (I limited it to one LP per artist)
1 Kate Bush - The Dreaming
2 Carole King - Tapestry
John, Paul, and George presented Ringo with an incredible variety of songs. He handled every challenge with aplomb. John's "Good Morning Good...
1 The Beatles
3 Dire Straits
6 Rolling Stones
7 Cloud Cult
9 The Bangles
10 Crowded House
So, it's everything from Sun EXCEPT the Elvis recordings (which are owned by Sony). I'm actually surprised that the rest of the material was worth...
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night (UK version)
Dire Straits - 1st album
Doobie Brothers - The Captain and Me
The Who - Who's Next
CCR - Cosmo's Factory
What! No "Rocky" Stratocaster!?!?! But seriously, that is one amazing collection. I bow to you sir....
"Nobody goes there anymore...it's too crowded!" - Yogi Berra
At the 1:00 mark when they sing "Frere Jacques" in the background:
"hearts torn in every way..."
I have the same ones. I use the George Harrison one, but I play guitar more like Ringo.
Neil Young takes exception to the rule.