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What rock music are you listening to? Non-Jazz, Non-Classical.

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Leonard Cohen: Thanks For The Dance

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14 minutes ago, soulpope said:

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I prefer Nagelbett. :lol:

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5 minutes ago, felser said:

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We have Directv and I came across this channel that airs a program called Rock Legends, which appears to have been made in Britain. They’re narrated by three music journalists and give you a bio of an artist. They can’t get too too in depth since they’re 30 minutes long. The one about Dusty was not bad; she had quite a varied career. I was generally aware of her growing up; could you not with such an unusual name. A lot of catchy tunes. 

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4 minutes ago, Brad said:

We have Directv and I came across this channel that airs a program called Rock Legends, which appears to have been made in Britain. They’re narrated by three music journalists and give you a bio of an artist. They can’t get too too in depth since they’re 30 minutes long. The one about Dusty was not bad; she had quite a varied career. I was generally aware of her growing up; could you not with such an unusual name. A lot of catchy tunes. 

Great singer.  I believe she was the second British Invasion artist to hit the US Charts, next after the Beatles ("I Only Want to Be With You", January 1964), and her group with her brother, the Springfields, had gone USA top 20 in 1962 with "Silver Threads and Golden Needles".

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3 hours ago, felser said:

Great singer.  I believe she was the second British Invasion artist to hit the US Charts, next after the Beatles ("I Only Want to Be With You", January 1964), and her group with her brother, the Springfields, had gone USA top 20 in 1962 with "Silver Threads and Golden Needles".

The ones that stand out are You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me and I Only Want to be With You. Back in the mid 60s, she reminded me of a female Tom Jones. 

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If you only have one Spoon album, this is the one to get.

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