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Top 10 Favourite albums released in 2014

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NOT IN ANY ORDER BUT HERE GOES...

 

Question of Balance.........The Moody Blues

Desperado........................The Eagles

For Your Pleasure............Roxy Music

Time Honoured Ghosts....Barclay James Harvest

The Wall...........................Pink Floyd

Heaven and Hell..............Vangelis

Oxygene & Equinoxe.......Jean Michel Jarre

Incantations......................Mike Oldfield

On the Water....................Bread

Diamond Dogs..................David Bowie

 

(And I must mention Trent Reznor...NIN)

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Maybe we commence a new topic, with "Your Top Ten favourite Albums of all time"?

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Leonard Cohen and his cd Popular Problems was one purchase last year.

Almost as good as Sting's cd The Last Ship'

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Aghh!  Not Leonard Cohen ... no, no, no!  Nightmare!  Why?

 

First year in Halls of Residence (1969) the guy in the next room to me only ever played LC, on and on and on it went ... ditties to commit suicide by.  Obviously, an important cultural influence for the Cramilington Budgie Strangler.  I had to blast out Cream to neutralise the neighbouring dirges.

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Guess headphones are the answer Symptoms..

We had to sit through the Newport Jazz Festival on Christmas Day with our kids educating us on the impressive artists.

Seems our Christmas cd did not make the play list of acceptable listening.

Emile Sande drew the biggest groan.

Our Grandkids love 'Frozen' but that proved a big turn off for our children.

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Guess headphones are the answer Symptoms..

We had to sit through the Newport Jazz Festival on Christmas Day with our kids educating us on the impressive artists.

Seems our Christmas cd did not make the play list of acceptable listening.

Emile Sande drew the biggest groan.

Our Grandkids love 'Frozen' but that proved a big turn off for our children.

Emile sande is jazz?

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It seems they just do not like Emile Sande Brett.

I do not agree with them.

I classify music as like and dislike!

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Maggie, I like your classification "Like or dislike".

Music is great, it's just some music is better than others.

Alternatively, there is the old saying "Life's too short to listen to bad music".

I much prefer music that cannot be classified, the sort that crosses over 2 or 3 genres. I guess Emile Sande could fall into that bracket!

I hate that word "genre".

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