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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 01:04
CharlieH

If You'Re Listening To Music Now... Whats Playing? (2018)

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Undeniably a great pretty song . . . Sandy Denny's Who Knows Where The Time Goes.

 

 

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A pretty Bonnie Raitt song, sung with and written by John Prine.

 

 

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Beautiful slide guitar on this pretty live performance by KK in Oslo from 2004.  About a dearly departed sister.

 

 

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My last pretty song. After this it's time to rock.

 

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Emma Ruth Rundle with a very pretty song, The Shadows Of My Name, from her 2014 Some Heavy Ocean release.

 

 

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A pretty Bon Iver tune, Flume, from his 2007 For Emma, Forever Ago CD.

 

 

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Cigarettes After Sex live performance of Please Don't Cry in Bangkok last year.  Damn, had I known they were in town I seriously would have gone.  A pretty number, ain't it?

 

 

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And such a sweet, low key, pretty song by The Cramps.  Well, perhaps not.

 

 

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My last pretty song. After this it's time to rock.
 

As much as i like EJ there was a certain point where I found his songs became just too commercial ( ignoring Crocodile Rock and the Christmas songs etc , i mean , he had to earn his bread and butter ! ) and i lost interest, loved his early stuff with a passion though !!

Here’s one that I remember DLT ( the hairy cornflake ) playing 3 times in a row on Radio 1 when it was released.

It sounds as good today as it did then.

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Silver Currents, the title track from To The Wedding's 2014 release.

 

 

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The Meteors rendition of the Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs '66 classic, Little Red Riding Hood, off their '86 Live II LP.

 

 

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