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YOUR view of music over the years.

Posted: Yesterday at 23:44

As a 15 year old I was a big fan of The Jam. Late teens into 20s I discovered Marillion and U2...the former having seen live four times. At this time I was introduced to prog rock from earlier years by my older brothers...bands I had missed on account of being a bit too young. Pink Floyd,Genesis,Yes,Led Zeppelin,Jimi Hendrix,Santana and many,many more.

Then there's The Beatles of course. The Who,Fleetwood Mac,Guns&Roses and in more recent years,Snow Patrol,Keane,Radiohead and some Oasis. Oh and The Verve.

Now I'm nearing 50 I've mellowed and nostalgia finds me listening to 80s music in general,love songs from most eras. But the next minute I can play Marillion's sublime album 'Misplaced Childhood' - 43 minutes of pure brilliance 

Before the darkness

Posted: Yesterday at 23:25

Roll on winter 

Lyn offline

Posted: Yesterday at 18:55

No worries Pauline...the suggestion was a sensible one 

Lyn offline

Posted: Yesterday at 18:44

I will KEF  Lyn lives right out in the sticks, I think she said the nearest neighbour is about a mile away or something.

Wish list for seed and plant swap

Posted: Yesterday at 16:16

For anyone wondering where Lyn is, here's the explanation...

Lyn offline

Posted: Yesterday at 16:13

Will do Dove. Yes its a long time, must be something major and like you say, the internet is alongside energy and water supply as regards necessity now. How on earth did we manage without it?? 

Lyn offline

Posted: Yesterday at 14:45

Just thought I'd let you guys know that Lyn is incommunicado right now. The phone line is broken at the main exchange and can't be fixed until the 28th!? 

Football season - 2014

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 23:04

You did David. I must say if I was a Liverpool fan I'd be livid seeing him swapping shirts at half time. Clearly the club means nothing to him, its disgraceful.

However, I was very pleased with another away draw in Europe for us  That little maestro Barkley back too.


Posted: 23/10/2014 at 22:58

I would have been 1 at the time of Aberfan, though I've read much about the tragedy. I think modern technology,especially in the last decade or so has desensitised us. The violence of warfare,the sight of the starving,the horror of a tsunami - they have opened our eyes to life's potential for brutality through the instant communication of the internet. Innocence has been lost.

Impressions of the posters here

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 21:29

Aww thank you KEF 

Pansyface - Its Jagger...he's a poet and the other three are painters 

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