Watcha Listening To?

I love this song for many reasons. One it reminds me of someone who died very young, plus its a great song.

But what fucking God let Tracy Chapman grow old? What the fuck, because if she old, then im fucking old. Stop the world Im getting off.

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I’ve not watched this yet but I’ve read about it. I love this song. Always have. Incredible lyrics :v:

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But she is wearing old very well!

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Me too, although it was a favourite song of a friend of mine who died when were in our teens so reminds me of her and makes it melancholy.

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It’s an incredibly sad song already without that additional weight behind it. :v:

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All About Eve mix on Spotify.

They were great, saw them in Bristol once.

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Spotify seems to be playing quite a few songs from The Police lately :man_shrugging:t2:

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New album day :grin:

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Beyoncé’s new tracks :flushed:

https://youtu.be/238Z4YaAr1g?si=saTTiKqosnK3QmPe

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Some clever self promotion by doing a Verizon advert about how it takes her dropping new music to break the internet

Second new album day of the month, this one signed

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Can’t get that on a download :grin:

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True, however once ripped it will just sit in a dusty pile with the others.
Obviously when she becomes bigger than Taylor Swift I’ll be quite smug :smile:

I get most music from Bandcamp.

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Discovered this Led Zep song, a few weeks ago. Lovely blues-sawgrass feel so I’ve been listening to it on loop as I’ve been learning it on the guitar. It’s now become a real ear worm.

Retro night for Mrs T and I at the Bridgewater Hall


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I miss Ronnie :worried:

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This is an insanely well crafted beautiful sing. I’ve put it up before. I found it through watching the Classic Rides moto channel .
Reading the comments, I can’t make out if the singer has committed suicide or not.

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Hotel California as imagined by Johnny Cash in the style of “Hurt”

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Tiny Desk are going through a rich vein of modern minimalist music at the moment.

Two of Philip Glass’ etudes here. I’ve had the seminal version (played by Glass himself) for many years so it’s interesting to hear a different interpretation.

He plays the fast one faster and the slow one slower than Glass which initially felt quite weird but rather liking both after a couple of listens :slight_smile: