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    From the epic and wonderful 'War Of The Worlds', this is the beautiful 'Forever Autumn' sung by Justin Hayward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Batteries View Post
    They're very good. Distinctive sound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarknessIsCalling View Post
    Definitely not listening to any more Ed Sheeran, not that I listened to much (in terms of minutes) but tried some of his songs at the suggestion of one of our (youngest) team members and it was some bloke with a decent voice singing with little inspiration or even good music.

    9 of the top 10 singles because he released an album! Shows the charts ain't worth spit, not even like his music is good (I'm open to all genres, a good song is a good song, but his ain't - *disclaimer* of the ones I've heard bits of)
    Well said this.

    Have you heard that Irish twaddle he has come out with?

    Pure dross.
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    The arguably underrated Metric and their 'Sick Muse'.
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    Listening to Frank Black, Teenager of The Year

    ***** great album! Quick fire bags of energy, some chilled and some surprising feel good tracks.

    This is one I keep coming back to off there, gives me a smile:

    https://youtu.be/OiTOHujHHps
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    i've ended up on the weird side of Youtube where I'm listening to songs from Disney films. Some of the Tarzan ones are quality, proper throwback.
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    Tellin Stories .

    The tunes and words in the piece of work are a piece of work.
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    We were dancing in the aisles of the cinema .... Talking Heads, Stop Making Sense ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoUKMRtv0Fk
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    Just enjoying (some of) the Stereophonics performing a cover of the Tom Petty song 'Free Falling'.
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    Jean-Luc Ponty, Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke- Renaissance. A high quality piece of music.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=t3Hsg_qU5cI
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    John Frusciante's The Empyrean, been a while.
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    Wondered if anyone might be able to identify the tune used in this cricket article

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dWYAjFW5d4

    May be some composition for the purpose and not a song, but worth asking as it could be part of a decent song (got more to it than anything of Ed Sheeran's I've heard anyway!)

    I only came across it when reading claims he'd invented some scoop shot which I'm sure I've seen before and indeed even in my less than fantastic batting career have played something very very similar (but less clumsy) in casual practice at school ie not nets, not in the middle, just someone bowling to me and said similar shot went over the pavilion as I recall.
    People will believe what they want to believe
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDarknessIsCalling View Post
    Wondered if anyone might be able to identify the tune used in this cricket article

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dWYAjFW5d4

    May be some composition for the purpose and not a song, but worth asking as it could be part of a decent song (got more to it than anything of Ed Sheeran's I've heard anyway!)

    I only came across it when reading claims he'd invented some scoop shot which I'm sure I've seen before and indeed even in my less than fantastic batting career have played something very very similar (but less clumsy) in casual practice at school ie not nets, not in the middle, just someone bowling to me and said similar shot went over the pavilion as I recall.
    Sounds rather like some generic all-purpose looped backing track… unless it's a Daft Punk out-take
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    Keith & Tex - Stop That Train

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzkQRe-Z0Iw
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    'At The Drive-In' live performing 'One Armed Scissor'.
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    I'm about a year out of date (story of my life) but heard this for the first time last night on Jools Holland and loved it. Amazing L.P.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqYvp_3MTxE
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