What are you listening to at the moment.........

cornetgirl

Active Member
Pack Up by Eliza Doolittle -my nurse started singing it so I retrieved it from the phone and we're singing along (no patients seem to want to see me today - maybe they heard the singing?). One of the few songs with a xylophone in!!!

Rach x
 

DMBabe

Supporting Member
Got sucked into the HMV sale. Got Chet Baker, Cypress Hill, Greatest hits albums by Radiohead, Manic Street Preachers, Paul Weller and ....... McFly? I was doing so well but can't help that I like them (or I don't want to).......:oops:
 

mojo

Active Member
I believe DM Babe that you may have a better choice in music than you think you have ( manic street preachers Radio head Paul weller sooooooo good
 

Thirteen Ball

Active Member
I know, but McFly fall into the borderline "dirty secret" category when you're a 30 something....

My 'Dirty secret' is a closet soft-spot for Belinda Carlisle....

Good call on the Manics though... but in all honesty I haven't heard even a halfway decent record from them since they stewed up Richie James's leftover lyrics and chord progressions for the enjoyable cliche that was "Everything must go"..... but Generation Terrorists, Holy Bible, Gold against the Soul - all fabulous!
 

cornetgirl

Active Member
Gold Against the Soul - LUSH!

I was listening to the greatest hits of The Alarm in the car yesterday - I'd forgotten what an amazingly powerful song "New South Wales" is
 

brassbandmaestro

Active Member
Violin Concerti by Sibelius, Prokovief(no.1); Glazounov; Brahms & Tchaikovsky. jascha Heifetz, Chicago SO. Reiner.

Could JH be the best violin virtuoso of the last century?

Handel: Dettingen Te deum, HWV385; Organ concerto No.14 in A major,m HWV296a; Anthem: Zadok the Priest. Neal Davies(bass), Richard Marlow(organ), The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, Academy of Ancient Music, Stephen Layton.
 

Leyfy

Active Member
The whole of the V Festival..... about two miles away, but I can hear it already, and it hasn't got going properly yet!
 

cornetgirl

Active Member
The rain on the roof at work - I'm hiding in my office to avoid my VERY LOUD colleague who has given me a headache in just over an hour...
 

brassneck

Active Member
At last, a tuba album I can allow non-brass playing people to listen to and appreciate ... welcome to the 2nd album of American tubist, Timothy Buzbee, Raw Emotions (featuring new North American concertos including one by Bruce Broughton). Great music from which styles could be better used at last week's Open. Both his albums are on Spotify and well chuffed I found them. Oh, and he plays really well!
 

Anno Draconis

Well-Known Member
Monteverdi's Vespers at the Proms; Jeggy and an assortment of early instrument specialists. Quality :tup. For its time, a work on a ridiculously epic scale.
 

brassneck

Active Member
Listening to the 1979 album by Sun Life (Stanshawe) called Carnival. Lyndon Baglin shines on euph playing the solos in the Roman Carnival Overture. Album is still good to listen to. I don't think this was ever released in CD format, which is a bit of a shame!
 

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