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What have you recently discovered...

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MonkeyBusiness

3,147 posts

94 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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CrabDan

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568 posts

50 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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Definitely Swedish... Not sure about Hard Rock though!

southendpier

3,807 posts

136 months

Tuesday 2nd October 2012
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Steven Wilson

Ali2202

3,385 posts

111 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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Squiggs said:
I just heard the track Dust Bowl by Bonamassa and I like!

So obviously I will now be purchasing the album Dust Bowl.
But if I were to purchase another what would the recommendation be?
They are all really good however I'd treat yourself to 'Live At The Beacon Theatre' for a truly astounding overview of a player that is simply On Fire. The DVD is a complete Supertanker of awesome also. hehe

Joe wears the blues Crown now. smile




Edited by Ali2202 on Monday 8th October 13:25

CrabDan

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568 posts

50 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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southendpier said:
Steven Wilson
Brappp!
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V41LEY

2,216 posts

145 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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The new Lamb album '5'
This is a great track...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CaONrrchmg8&fea...

Coco H

4,237 posts

144 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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Folk/rock group - saw them busking

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGNMbG8-COA


Mr Kitten

966 posts

134 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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It's a tad old... but just discovered Handsome Boy Modelling School on Spotify.

Top stuff!

hwajones

485 posts

88 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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Turn7 said:
Black Keys!
My find of 2011, Bryan Adams has been the find of this week!
I automatically wrote him off everytime Summer 69 came on but bought Live in belgium this week for £2! Awesome Show, respecttodamanhimself...

AlleyCat

719 posts

78 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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vixen1700 said:
Stedman said:
Turn7 said:
Black Keys!
Me too!

El Camino is an excellent, excellent album!
Rubber Factory is the one to hear. smile
my particular favourite is 'Magic Potion'

alex b

373 posts

117 months

Monday 8th October 2012
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Discovered an unsigned band from Capetown last night via a video on Vimeo called Bateleur.

http://vimeo.com/50278913

mat777

7,413 posts

67 months

sparkyhx

2,955 posts

111 months

krusty

2,413 posts

156 months

Thursday 18th October 2012
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Tame Impala - Elephant......

love it

marcosgt

8,878 posts

83 months

Thursday 18th October 2012
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hwajones said:
Turn7 said:
Black Keys!
My find of 2011, Bryan Adams has been the find of this week!
I automatically wrote him off everytime Summer 69 came on but bought Live in belgium this week for £2! Awesome Show, respecttodamanhimself...
Sod "Summer of 69", what about the Robin Hood dirge?

That was totally unforgivable... smile

M.

JayTee94

10,974 posts

64 months

Thursday 18th October 2012
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Skillet - Great Band! yes

jonny_c

145 posts

111 months

Friday 19th October 2012
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Solomon Burke - can remember his death a few years ago - never listened to any of his stuff untill this appeared on a House episode recently:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFkmRp_G2uo


Backing vocals the Blind Boys of Alabamba - who first sang together as kids in 1939...

Lynyrd Skynyrd cover as well - would never have thought it.

Edited by jonny_c on Friday 19th October 15:49

david968s

415 posts

137 months

Friday 19th October 2012
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I am re-discovering Band of Horses who have been around a while. Their latest album is produced by a guy who made his name with the Stones and other vintage rock acts, and it sounds like it. My tastes have become quite US-centric since moving here 6 years ago. It takes effort to seek out new music wherever you are these days. I like www.stereogum.com for a good overview of everything less mainstream in the USA. Lots of links to free vids and streams of new music. Have fallen for an album by Wild Nothing lately - a bit TheThe maybe. I can't make a post about music without recommending M83 to anybody with ears and the slightest taste for uplifting, overwhelming sounds.

sparkyhx

2,955 posts

111 months

Tuesday 23rd October 2012
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jonny_c said:
Solomon Burke - can remember his death a few years ago - never listened to any of his stuff untill this appeared on a House episode recently:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFkmRp_G2uo


Backing vocals the Blind Boys of Alabamba - who first sang together as kids in 1939...

Lynyrd Skynyrd cover as well - would never have thought it.

Edited by jonny_c on Friday 19th October 15:49
Where have you been man
I must have 100+tunes at home (But non of his forays into country......shudder)

'Cry to Me' is my fave track

FamilyDub

3,585 posts

72 months

Thursday 25th October 2012
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I spotted Grizzly Bear on Jools Holland last Friday. I bought their 'Shields' album from last year and it's excellent; varied, but mainly lo-fi in nature. thumbup

On the other hand, I seem to be the only person who doesn't like 'El Camino'