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Started by Snowcrash, March 14, 2015, 20:18:35 PM

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DaveMorton

It's been a while since I offered anything up here, so I reckon it's time I did so. In fact, how about a couple? First, some old-time country music from back in the 80's:




Then, as I was listening, the fiddle part toward the end made me want to listen to some Lindsey Stirling, so here's a good one from her:




This one was really fun, and the first time I'd seen it, so that's all the more reason to share. :D
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Freddy

I liked Lindsey Stirling, she grows on me and I enjoyed the video  :thumbsup:

I'm not a big country fan unless it's Johnny Cash...


Freddy

Here's a great uplifting tune.


Data

Is it just me or does the guy on the right, in the last video, look a bit like David Tennant ?

Here's another uplifting little tune with a dash of humor for good measure, loved Morecambe & Wise, proper good old family humor. 


DaveMorton

Quote from: Data on August 12, 2016, 00:08:33 AM
Is it just me or does the guy on the right, in the last video, look a bit like David Tennant ?


Yes and no, Data. There's a resemblance, but only a slight one.
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Freddy


Data

I mentioned New Beat in another topic, here is some from the late 80's.




Freddy

Thought Snowy might like this or at least find it interesting. As Steven Rothery from Marillion says in the comments...

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To really understand this video you need some background. This was at a Marillion weekend convention and was completely spontaneous. My good friend Matt Prior started playing the intro acoustic riff and I joined in. You can see Mark Kelly trying to explain the vocals to Steve Hogarth who wasn't really familiar with the song. When the crowd started singing he shrugs his shoulders and walks off. Pete, Ian and Mark (who was a bit vague with the chords) then also join in. It shows what an amazing audience we have!?




Freddy


Data

Good to know the site is still on lord google.  8)

How about a fun and wacky tune from 1992.


Data

Couldn't sleep last night, ended up trawling YouTube for some music vids, found this, Jean Michel Jarre Oxygene full album live in 3D, I don't have any of them old 3D glasses but I still watched it all. Really good to see how it used to be done with yhe old analog synths  8)

   

Freddy

Used to play that album a lot when I was a teen.

Came across this today via the YT auto play - which I find a good way to find new music with no effort. Seems to end up with Bon Jovi eventually whatever the genre  :LOL: - otherwise a nice addition.

It's a reworking of The La's There She Goes.


DaveMorton

I haven't heard that song in a while, Freddy! Thanks! (though I prefer their song, "Kiss Me")
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