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    Re: Genius Guitar player

    I think I would say the late Jerry Garcia. His playing on some of the old Grateful Dead songs sends shivers up my spine....:D
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    Re: Jingle Bells, Batman Smells

    :)While shepherds washed their socks by night,
    All seated round the tub,
    The Angel of the Lord came down,
    And gave them all a scrub.

    I can remember singing this at school carol concerts-the...
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    Re: The "Jill" pony stories by Ruby Ferguson

    Sorry, I cannot remember the other pony's name either!

    Was looking on eBay earlier, the old Monica Edwards books seem to be worth a few quid these days! I used to enjoy her "Punchbowl Farm"...
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    Re: Eno: Innovator

    My favourite Eno album was "Taking Tiger Mountain"- I still have a somewhat battered vinyl copy somewhere! I have some singles too- "Seven Deadly Finns", "The Lion Sleeps tonight" and "The Kings Lead...
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    Re: Bands from Australia

    I loved the Go-Betweens too, in particular "16 Lovers Lane", although I have most of their albums. I really liked Grant McLennan's solo stuff too-I still play his "Fireboy" CD a lot.;)
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    Re: The "Jill" pony stories by Ruby Ferguson

    Yes, Mazza, I did indeed have the Mary OHara books, I loved all the Flicka / Thunderhead stories. I also read the Silver Brumby books too-I had forgotton them till you mentioned them!

    There is...
  7. Thread: Badfinger

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    Re: Badfinger

    I remember Badfinger, and still have some of their singles in my collection. I also have a nice "Best Of" CD, which includes "Come and get it", "No matter what", "Day after day" and their version of...
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    Re: Bands from Australia

    I remember Sherbet, in particular their singer, Daryl Braithwaite. I love his solo albums, "Edge" from 1988 is one of my all time favorite albums.

    I also had a bit of a soft spot for a single...
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    Re: The "Jill" pony stories by Ruby Ferguson

    That's brought back some memories! I was one of those pony mad girls, and probably had most of the "Jill" books. I also enjoyed books by the Pullein-Thompson sisters, Pat Smythe, Monica Dickens (The...
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    My favourite would be "Fairytale of New York" by...

    My favourite would be "Fairytale of New York" by the Pogues and Kirsty McColl - it's such a classic, and I never grow tired of it.

    I also like Chris Rea's "Driving Home for Christmas", and The...
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    Had to google a bit for this one, but it appears...

    Had to google a bit for this one, but it appears it was an American comic named Roy Jay. ;)
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    Not sure if this is the one you are after, but...

    Not sure if this is the one you are after, but Dario G sampled "Life in a Northern Town" on the "Sunchyme" hit in 1997.:)
  13. Thread: heavy metal

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    I vaguely remember Dokken, although I don't have...

    I vaguely remember Dokken, although I don't have anything by the band.

    I do definitely recall the Pink Fairies, who were around at the same time as Hawkwind - I think the two bands often helped...
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    I did not recall this one, so did a quick Google...

    I did not recall this one, so did a quick Google on Mark Lee. I think the show you are after is "Bailey's Bird", which featured a sea plane called the "Pelican".

    The series ran in the late 70s,...
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    It's "Supersonic" with producer/directer Mike...

    It's "Supersonic" with producer/directer Mike Mansfield. I can also remember watching this show in the mid 70s, the "CD:UK" of it's day.
    Mike went on to present another show, "Cue the Music",...
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    I have not seen the advert, but could the song be...

    I have not seen the advert, but could the song be "Finetime" by Cast? It sounds a bit like it from the lyrics quoted.;)
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    City of New Orleans - Arlo Guthrie

    City of New Orleans - Arlo Guthrie
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    "Drowning in Berlin" - The Mobiles "Echo Beach"...

    "Drowning in Berlin" - The Mobiles
    "Echo Beach" - martha and the Muffins
    "I Want More" - Can
    "Who do you Think You Are?" - Candlewick Green
    "Girlie Girlie" - Sophia George
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    Those highly annoying "I can do it too with...

    Those highly annoying "I can do it too with Kandoo" ads. They always irritate me.
  20. Thread: "V"

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    It does get a bit confusing! First there was...

    It does get a bit confusing!

    First there was "V" the miniseries, which was then followed by "V-The Final Battle".
    This was then followed by a 19 part series, with the events following on from...
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    Speaking of Flash and the Pan, I recently spotted...

    Speaking of Flash and the Pan, I recently spotted that a "Best of" compilation has been issued on CD. I must get a copy, as I only have a battered vinyl album of their stuff.

    Some other (UK) 1HW:...
  22. Thread: "V"

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    Yes, Lydia was Diana's second in command or...

    Yes, Lydia was Diana's second in command or something. She was played by June Chadwick I believe.
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    I was rifling through a couple of boxes of old...

    I was rifling through a couple of boxes of old singles today, and amongst the hits (and quite a few flops!) I found some interesting 80s one hit wonders. Remember any of these?

    "Tantalise" - Jimmy...
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    The artist was Sash! ;)

    The artist was Sash! ;)
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    Ooooh, that was as irritating song! Here's...

    Ooooh, that was as irritating song!


    Here's an obscure-ish one - "Life is a Rock(But the Radio Rolled me)", a paltry #33 UK hit in the 70s. I think it went a bit higher in the US for the band...
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