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cmackenzie4
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Be interesting to hear fellow posters taste in music

Mines very varied 60's/70's/80's but my favourite track of all time is Stairway to heaven - Led Zeppelin..means so much to me that track! I like musc what takes me back to my childhood days, people who know me know that I do a lot of reminiscing and there is nothing like listening to music to take you back to that period in your life.

Some of my favourites Bands/Groups

Simon & Garfunkel
ELO
Credence Clearwater revival
Beatles
Rolling Stones
Blues (John Lee hooker)



What's yours?


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I went to see ELO at the O2 recently and they were absolutely brilliant. Also seen Crowded House in Melbourne, Status Quo twice, once in Oz and the other time in Bradford. Both favorite bands of mine.
I also like traditional jazz, swing music. I have a pretty varied taste when I think about it. Ink Spots, The Platters, The Smiths, too many to mention really.
What would life be without music?
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Crowded house are a cracking group Andy, I like them too mate.


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Yes Chris, it was their final tour when I saw them, a very memorable evening
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I love most of the late 70's very early 80's punk and then the new romantic stuff that followed. Also like the indie scene at the end of the 80's/early 90's.

My favourite song though will always be Waterloo Sunset by The Kinks.

My top 5 bands of all time...

1) Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
2) Stiff Little Fingers
3) The Skids
4) Depeche Mode
5) The Charlatans.



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Quoted from Les Brechin
I love most of the late 70's very early 80's punk and then the new romantic stuff that followed. Also like the indie scene at the end of the 80's/early 90's.

My favourite song though will always be Waterloo Sunset by The Kinks.

My top 5 bands of all time...

1) Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine
2) Stiff Little Fingers
3) The Skids
4) Depeche Mode
5) The Charlatans.


Waterloo sunset is up there with the best Les there's no doubt about that mate, I didn't think it would be too long before you posted on this thread mate.


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Waterloo sunset in all its glory.. Brilliant choice Les.



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Quoted from cmackenzie4
Be interesting to hear fellow posters taste in music

Mines very varied 60's/70's/80's but my favourite track of all time is Stairway to heaven - Led Zeppelin..means so much to me that track! I like musc what takes me back to my childhood days, people who know me know that I do a lot of reminiscing and there is nothing like listening to music to take you back to that period in your life.

Some of my favourites Bands/Groups

Simon & Garfunkel
ELO
Credence Clearwater revival
Beatles
Rolling Stones
Blues (John Lee hooker)



What's yours?


I always liked Simon & Garfunkel - The Boxer,



what do you think to the cover by Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence



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The Boxer is a fantastic track Dave, I couldn't get to grips with the cover version of the sound of silence (although Paul himself thought it was good) I prefer the original and I doubt it could ever be matched - old friends and Homeward bound are Great tracks I'll put them below mate.

Brilliant words throughout.

Paul Simon at his very best here.


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