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14BradfordRoad
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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 18 Sep 2014 22:07

Whilst the Scottish vote is being counted:

[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7o0NUmNNffM[/youtubes]

Will ye no come back again.

Bonniey Charlie's noo awa
Safely oer the friendly main;
Mony a heart will break in twa,
Should he no come back again.

Will ye no come back again?
Will ye no come back again?
Better loed ye canna be;
Will ye no come back again?

Ye trusted in your Hielan men,
They trusted you dear Charlie!
They kent your hiding in the glen,
Death and exile braving.

English bribes were a in vain
Tho puir and puirer we mun be;
Siller canna buy the heart
That aye beats warm for thine an thee.

We watched thee in the gloamin hour;
We watched thee in the mornin grey;
Though thirty thousand pounds they gie,
Oh, there is nane that would betray!

Sweet's the laverock's note an lang,
Liltin wildly up the glen;
But aye to me he sings a sang,
"Will ye no come back again?"

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by Tim Lund » 19 Sep 2014 09:28

Such as parcel of rogues in a nation

[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lcm3MmD7uyc[/youtubes]

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 22 Sep 2014 23:43

In case you missed it, Proclaimers Cap in hand.
Number one in download charts beginning of Sept 2014:

[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qrLb0WE3Ks[/youtubes]

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 26 Sep 2014 10:07

The Dark Island - Mary Duff:
For me a beautifull ensemble and the voice of an angel. Beautifull scenes too! :D
(You will need to click on the 'You Tube' button to hear/view.).
[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ffi0kF7INQc[/youtubes]

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by Tim Lund » 27 Sep 2014 17:44


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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 28 Sep 2014 15:24

Thanks Tim. I always enjoy the amount of emotion that Nina put in to all of her recordings.
Here's one of my favourites by this soulfull lady:

[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jgHOcXTr50[/youtubes]

Great song written by Barry and Robin Gibb. Michael Bolton (orig: Michael Bolotin) also did
a superb soulfull great cover too and probably heavily influenced by Nina.

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by Manwithaview1 » 6 Oct 2014 21:29

[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imWnuirIL8o[/youtubes]

Mommy had. A little baby.
There he is. Fast asleep.
He's just. A little plaything.
Why not. Wake him up?
Cute. Cute. Little baby.
Little pee pee. Little toes.
Now he's comin' to me.
Crawl across. The kitchen floor.

Baby, baby, please let me hold him
I wanna make him stay up all night
Sister, sister, he's just a plaything
We wanna make him stay up all night
Yeah we do

See him drink. From a bottle.
See him eat. From a plate.
Cute. Cute. As a button.
Don't you wanna make him. Stay up late.
And we're having fun. With no money.
Little smile. On his face.
Don't cha' love. The little baby.
Don't you want to make him. Stay up late.

[CHORUS]

Here we go (all night long)
Sister, sister (all night long)
In the playpen...woo...(all night long)
Little baby goes, ha! (all night long)
I know you want to leave me...

Why don't. We pretend.
There you go. Little man.
Cute. Cute. Why not?
Late at night. Wake him up.

[CHORUS]

Here we go (all night long)
Sister, sister...woo...
(with the television on)
Little baby goes...woo! (all night long)
Hey, hey, baby! (all night long)
And he looks so cute (all night long)
In his little red suit (all night long)

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by dthomas » 12 Oct 2014 15:35

heya...we are local musicians and wanted to share info on an upcoming event we are hosting in Sydenham, Music Nights at On the Hoof Bistro - Thursdays - OCT 23, NOV 13, DEC 4, 7pm - 10pm - its a combo of Featured Acts and Open Mic, Jamming Encouraged! styles represented - reggae, soca, funk, folk, americana, blues, world and whatever juicy bits local musicians pull out of their creative hats

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by Manwithaview1 » 15 Oct 2014 19:52

[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-w0WulIq4tw[/youtubes]

Awake, a dream
In the distance, a scream
Advanced
Entranced
Taking only a chance

In and out, my mind goes
In and out, he goes
To show me it's cruel
My trust in you
Berlin is drowning me

In and out, my mind goes
In and out, he goes
To show me it's cruel
My trust in you
Drowning in Berlin

Enraged
Incensed
There's no reason, no sense
Awake, a dream
In the distance, a scream

In and out, my mind goes
In and out, he goes
To show me it's cruel
My trust in you
Berlin is drowning me

In and out, my mind goes
In and out, he goes
To show me it's cruel
My trust in you
Drowning in Berlin

Sind sie allein in Berlin?
Sind sie allein in Berlin?

In and out, my mind goes
In and out, he goes
To show me it's cruel
My trust in you
Berlin is drowning me

In and out, my mind goes
In and out, he goes
To show me it's cruel
My trust in you
Drowning in Berlin

In and out, my mind goes
In and out, he goes

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by mosy » 4 Nov 2014 13:27

"Diamonds" being used on an advert, a gentler version than Rihanna's. Came across this version, by 11-yr-old Asanda Jezile on Britain's Got Talent. *Stands back in amazement*
[youtubes]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnvQ3HX0-pA[/youtubes]

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by rod taylor » 17 Jan 2015 18:44



Welcome back YouTube, and to kick off here is Ms Hill and Ms Blige with a wonderful tale of lost religion and/or lost love, something I just wanted to hear in this week of offence and counter-offence all in the name of God.

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by rod taylor » 6 Feb 2015 10:38

I'm aware that I might have the Grunge-era demographic to myself on this forum, but The Afghan Whigs at Koko in Camden on Wednesday night were just incredible. One of the few 90s Alt. bands with something new to offer.

This track is called Matamoros off their great new album 'Do to the Beast':


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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 6 Feb 2015 15:30

rod taylor wrote:I'm aware that I might have the Grunge-era demographic to myself on this forum, but The Afghan Whigs at Koko in Camden on Wednesday night were just incredible. One of the few 90s Alt. bands with something new to offer.

This track is called Matamoros off their great new album 'Do to the Beast':
Thanks Rod, I liked the dramatic edge this number has.

(Sounded like some, almost Turkish riffs, going on in the mix too.)

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by Tim Lund » 17 Feb 2015 18:18

For somewhat random reasons, I was thinking about Burl Ives this weekend, and on looking for him on YouTube, I learned to my surprise that it was he who first had a hit with Ghost Riders in the Sky, which I first knew of as sung by Tom Jones. So cue a collection of covers of this, including one truly bizarre version by Debbie Harry








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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 19 Feb 2015 14:57

Thanks Tim, it's certainly the kind of number that artists can inject their own flavour into. Here's yet another version by The Outlaws with yet another take on Ghost Riders. Even an opportunity for your Air Guitar if you feel so inclined.. :lol:



I enjoyed the original Burl Ives version too.

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 19 Feb 2015 19:38

Alison Krauss and Union Station - Good rendition of 'Man of constant sorrow' and as always totally acoustic instruments used. Most of us probably remember the tune (from Brother where art though and the soggy bottom boys). The song possibly dates way back to the Mackin clan 1888 Ireland but the first known recording by Dick Burnett, a partially blind fiddler from Kentucky about 1913 as a 'Farewell song'. I wonder how many versions there have been?


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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by 14BradfordRoad » 26 Feb 2015 08:56

Something to chill out to (Video is fantastic as well):


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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by devakithomas » 2 May 2015 16:08

Heya Folks.....we are at it again for the month of May....Music Nights in Sydenham is on Sat 16 May at On the Hoof Bistro as always - very sorry to anyone who couldnt get a table....please call now to reserve to avoid dissapointment...we have Itchy Teeth, ThomasThomas and Ben Holland Playing....with more TBA https://www.facebook.com/events/107292909602947/

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Re: Sticky music thread

Post by dthomas » 18 Jun 2015 19:49

Music Nights in Sydenham are prepping for some Summer Nights of Live Music on Syd's high street, Sat 27 June, and Sat 4 July (this one is for the Sydenham Arts Festival 2015) Line up of musicians is frankly staggering........we look forward to seeing some familiar faces and new ones too. More info on both events here https://www.facebook.com/events/952996148077911/ and https://www.facebook.com/events/857328801019112/

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