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JAGZ1876 Posted 29th Sep 2013, 07:43pm
 
QUOTE (Betsy2009 @ 29th Sep 2013, 12:19pm) *
... and get your hair cut!



That was quite spooky Betsy......You sounded just like my Dad unsure.gif
Betsy2009 Posted 29th Sep 2013, 11:21am
  ... and get your hair cut!
JAGZ1876 Posted 29th Sep 2013, 10:54am
 
QUOTE (davidhendry @ 29th Sep 2013, 06:47am) *
I wonder how many of the present day musicians/bands will be remembered fifty+ years hence?

Davie.


I remember my Dad saying that to me about the Beatles, Stones, the Who and Kinks etc in the 60's, there are a lot of great young bands and singer songwriters around today, unfortunately they don't get the recognition they deserve as the mainstream radio stations want the manufactured X Factor 15 minutes of fame types.

Purplefan Posted 29th Sep 2013, 07:56am
 
QUOTE (davidhendry @ 29th Sep 2013, 06:47am) *
I wonder how many of the present day musicians/bands will be remembered fifty+ years hence?

Davie.



I think quite a few, but only time will tell.
My favourite band Deep purple and of course Queen (not so much with paul Rodgers)
but with freddie.

Sting wrote a few good tunes.
Not sure about boy bands. When their balls drop then they fall out of sight,
Look at Hanson as an example.
davidhendry Posted 29th Sep 2013, 05:49am
  I wonder how many of the present day musicians/bands will be remembered fifty+ years hence?

Davie.
Purplefan Posted 28th Sep 2013, 09:23am
  I also loved the film "The five pennies" stared Danny kay as Red Nichols.
I love big band music. I got the sound track CD and it is brilliant.
Betsy2009 Posted 28th Sep 2013, 06:57am
  I love the Glenn Miller Story - the music and James Stewart/June Allyson. Great choice.
davidhendry Posted 28th Sep 2013, 04:25am
  My first buy was The Glenn Miller story, with James Stewart on the cover. Still love St Lois Blues March ( Lois ????)

Davie.
wee davy Posted 27th Sep 2013, 03:18pm
  first 45 - was either diana ross & the supremes 'baby'love' and/or hermans hermits 'am into something good.

first LP was a collection of mantovani!

there's an eclectic mix for ya lol
Purplefan Posted 27th Sep 2013, 11:04am
 
QUOTE (Betsy2009 @ 27th Sep 2013, 11:26am) *
Beatles album Please Please Me.



was that a 78rpm Betsy. laugh.gif
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