What ya listening to now ???

Andyk

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great version of the simon and garfunkel classic, if you've had a crappy day just put this on to get you firing on all cylinders again

Not the best version of a Simon and Garfunkel Classic.....The best cover of any song ever and better than the original.....Well for me it is.......They were praised by Simon & Garfunkel when it as heard. I do love disturbed. When this came out I know people that bought the CD just for this song....Brilliant cover, great voice...so much depth. Love it.
 

Nibby

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Me to Nibby....The game of love......This was on the LP Hotel Paper....Her best one. She is a great song writer and just perfect. So wanted to see her live but can't see it ever happening unless I go to America. Had tickets to see her in London last year but the tour got cancelled.

That's the song, excellent, I thought it was a far better song than Smooth, Santana/Rob Thomas.
 

Andyk

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So, do you listen to the rest of the CD buddy ? .... I know some that didn't expect what they found after listening to sound of silence.
 

lifes2short

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So, do you listen to the rest of the CD buddy ? .... I know some that didn't expect what they found after listening to sound of silence.
Immortalized, I did and was not entirely my thing, didn't dislike the other stuff but very heavy metal head banging

Edit: must say that playing "sound of silence" on my surround sound at almost full blast is just phenomenal especially on the crescendos
 
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Wanderer

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When I was living in Copenhagen my Danish flatmate got me into these, filmed at Vega in Vesterbro, Kaizers Orchestra, 170, I think about a Soldier told to fight when he didn't want to, 170 was his number, band are Norwegian but seem to speak odd Norwegian/Swedish/Danish mix, still no need to understand, great tune, great performance...

 

Wanderer

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Rare footage of New Order as a three-piece, live at Hurrah Club in NY, about three months after Curtis's suicide. Also after they had all their gear nicked, hence Hooky playing a hired Fender P-bass and Bernard a Gibson ES-335 he actually bought cheaply not noticing it has 'Seconds' printed on it..

Only 59secs long, person that filmed it has the full footage but has never released it...