Monday, 9 February 2015

Different Musical Paths

Not so sure this will be a popular theme....cannot think of too many apart from Fleetwood Mac. Oh and Bob Dylan. Suppose Bowie has changed a fair bit over the years.

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  1. David Byrne, Paul Weller and Dexys?

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  2. Status Quo
    Pictures Of Matchstick Men - Paper Plane - Margeurita Time

    Psychedelic - Rocking blues - Chas n Dave cover band

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  3. MONDAY

    The Mighty Tull!

    Jan says it better than I can.

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    1. I've always thought the flute a dangerous instrument to play if the audience turn nasty.

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    2.    
      Like an Orange Parade in the Garngad?

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    3. You mean "the garden of God."

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  4. Yes Norgon, a shite theme.

    What constitutes change as opposed to evolution lets not forget to mention covers that doesn't necessarily indicate augmentation of artistic license!

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    1. I once got a sentence like that in a punctuation exam.

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    2. Woman: without her, man is nothing

      Woman, without her man, is nothing

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    3. Wish I was, but unfortunately not. However I have a Welsh nephew heading that way. If he wants a meal here Sunday evening it may well be leek extracted from his nether regions.....

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    4. Shame, I hope the National Team can emulate Edinburgh's performance last night.
      Thistle Street Bar if you change your mind.

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  5. No Roy tonight Julie??

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJCqECUmx44

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    1. Beauty is in the ear of the auditor.

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    2. I've got wax in my ear

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    3. Some of those tracks were as beautiful as a boil on the backside.

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  6. Well that's you told Mr Miller (;-)

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    1. ...hysteria love-fest over there.....and i look forward to the day when the idiots with the 45 sticker on their profile picture are deleted with an appropriate dismissive comment.....i find it offensive and juvenile....i doubt that however, not with the director of talent [no irony intended] watching over proceedings...when i see an idiot with a 45 sticker i immediately associate it with the catchphrase.....'vote YES, motherfucker'.....archie mcpherson didn't get off so lightly....

      cheers frae the dale

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    2. Sounds like a well-reasoned argument there, right enough.

      Glad my sticker's just a 'Don't blame me I voted Yes' one. Hell, wouldn't want to be thought an idiot.

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    3. This is how it started in Ukraine.

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      Wait until we tell the European Union that we're offski...

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    5. Gee whizz - the drama. Suppose it proves its not a robot or such like reading the commenst.....

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    6. A stramash? You've been censored Glen. What did you say this time?

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    7. Missed it???

      What gives with their happy, happy, happy tripe every feckin' day.


      Recipe: pound of tripe, one large onion, 3/4 of a pint of milk, salt & pepper & don't forget the mashed potatoes ;-)

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    8. I made the mistake of describing some of the choices as "dross" when these songs obviously mean a huge amount to their simple, honest requesters.

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    9. Can you still post on f/b from the naughty step?

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    10. I have to make three Queen requests, detail recipes for three meals and describe three playlists as "brilliant". Then I can submit a requests for re-admission. I have to have no contact with Mad Mac.

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    11. Maybe Henri's big sister can put in a word for you.

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    12. ...i had that album henri bangs on about.....its ok but a bit wordy in places....there's a line if i remember, like....taught my bicycle to dance....hmmm and that was before lance armstrong....

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    13. This idea of getting family members to post in order to make their nasty relatives think twice before criticising, might have come from Brazil.

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02jp250


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    14. "It was a mistake," blurted oot Glen. But the sad thing was, it felt like the mistake was mine, for trusting him!

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    15. Nae mates Mac... cue the sad violin music.

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    16. I can still see your face at the orphanage window as I drove away.

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    17. Just like a flower I'm growing wild

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  7. Although BB says he took the swearword out of Boredom I don't think he did. Who do I complain to?

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  8. Head of Radio Scotland and while you're at it, tell him we're all dying of Boredom thanks to GIO's policy of repeat, repeat, repeat and then do it all again.

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  9. Absolutely no reason why they shouldnt play Senor Coconut and The Yayhoos tonight. A couple of great tracks.

    How come David Carnegie doesnt get censored when he tells folk their posts are pish?

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    1. Absolutely no reason whatsoever to play Johnny Cash AGAIN.

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  10. In order to ingratiate myself I've posted 200+ "likes". It's lonely in the orphanage :-(

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    1. ...why did you not 'like' EZ's ...choice of prudence?.....

      anyway...i carry out my own research and along with a decent memory [as yet lol].....i draw the listeners attention to the CZARS......and i appreciate not everyone has the time to analyse the f/b postings...but out of 245 nobody requested that song....so it must have been the e-mailers ...twits..or the txters.....from memory i do know that its a favourite of the disc spinner......while i'm griping has anyone else noticed how maybe Prince gets a spin and no sooner has the record finished than some clot appears to txt in saying have you played Prince yet...then the disc spinner uses a few precious moments to say ;''aw man you just missed it, however we have a good chilli chicken recipe .....wits tomorrow's theme...

      cheers frae the dale

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    2. ..well mibbe 1 but thats still less than one half of one percent.....so its where less than one half of one percent choose the songs that someone out there loves....

      cheers frae the dale

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    3. Not long till visiting, Dale.

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    4. The Czars were requested by Trip Fontaine on FB. MM can confirm as he liked it (;-)

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    5. Oh aye Trip & me are tight. He likes my metrosexual take on fashion.

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  11. Well that's Steve away. Ironically in the same week 50 Shades of Grey comes out.

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  12. Tonight's theme not getting much of a take up on the other side I see.
    Carnaval kicks off today. No. 29 for me.
    Here's what we're getting beat around the ears with this year.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi1Ql_eSmI0

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    1. It's sunny and everyone's happy. It beats Celtic Connections in a cold, grey Glasgow.

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  13. MONDAY


    Mr. Sellack
    - The Roches



    Y'all want the themes ?

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    1. I love the theme of essential music chosen by listeners! What a graaaayyyttt idea!

















      What, did I miss the point?

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