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Nice to kick back and listen to the old stuff too..................

NOW you're talking! I've still got Heep's 'Look At Yourself' album with the mirrored cover.

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Another oldie, the flipside of All Right Now........ 'Mouthful Of Grass' by Free .....

 

 

 

 

Perfect for Chillin' :D

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Worth checking out some of their other DVD's on YouTube, Blues/Rock with a dynamic Soul singer, also check out their web-site. These Vintage Trouble boys are superb live and have been supporting some mega-stars on various tours to get themselves noticed. I prefer the slower, soul sounding tracks, but they have gently built up a terrific act and sound. 

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Worth a try is CHRIS STAPLETON's album "Traveller". The man won 3 awards at the recent CMA Awards. Here he is dueting on one of his songs with Justin Timberlake.

 

https://youtu.be/ADuUQT_fPCw

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Proper band, proper music, going to see these guys Saturday

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You're a cheeky monkey mr Robinson! No, it's because it's a great song!

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Nice one Malcolm, I'd seen that on Facebook just the other day.

 

Try this little 3 songs (from the recently released CD), acoustic concert from Lake Street Dive. The singer is Rachel Price and she is, in my opinion quite special.

 

 

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Take a look and listen to the latest song/video from Ulsterman - FOY VANCE. Taken from his new album "The wild swans on the lake", executive producer = Elton John and released on Ed Sheeren's label. Check out his web-site for more info and check out YouTube for more videos. This man is something special.

 

 

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