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Old 01-04-2015, 08:53 PM   #91 (permalink)
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So I haven't updated in a while because winter usually destroys my will to live and depression has kind of given me a taste for liquor and pills, so ... I don't know, no energy, no passion for anything, but ...

here's some stuff I've recently enjoyed.

A few days ago I woke up with this song stuck in my head and it followed me around for a few hours.

The Cars - "A Dream Away"

I was really feeling this song yesterday morning for some reason, maybe because I just feel like garbage all the time and nobody's company eases that. Then again I'm kind of always feeling Alan Parsons Project. Superb bass and vocals in this song.

Alan Parsons Project - "Breakdown"

Spoiler for freedom, freedom, we will not obey:

Still grooving on this dumb song almost daily...

Lynsey De Paul - "Sugar Me"

Spoiler for save meeee:

Let's have a little more Lynsey.

"Doctor Doctor"

Spoiler for won't you analyse me please:

Love everyone's outfits and Lynsey's hair in this clip. The 70s... what a beautiful time to be alive.

Disco groovin'....

"All Night"

"Storm in a Teacup"

Such a shame to know that she's passed so recently. Lynsey was lovely.

Maybe I'll write more later. I just don't have the mind right now.
You and I,
We were born to die.
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Old 01-05-2015, 06:02 AM   #92 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ladyislingering View Post
When I was 16 years old, my grandma gave me a record that changed my entire life. I was familiar with the band, of course, having grown up with the radio tuned to all the greats, from the 1950s-1970s (and occasionally the 80s, but let's not get ahead of ourselves here), but I had just started my vinyl collection and I was about to be blown away by the psychedelic sounds of Tommy James and his super-groovy Shondells.
"Crimson and Clover" was one of the first records of my collection as well, along with The Cramps' "Psychedelic Jungle" and Judas Priest's "Unleashed in the East". When I talk about music with people, most have no idea who Tommy James and the Shondells are, so it's nice to finally see another fan!
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