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"What are you listening to right now?" thread
26 October 2013
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Listening to Nina Simone, feel like my insides are going to explode…great day and I'm in a stupid parade tomorrow paul-mccartney

 

On a brighter note, I'm going to see if All Things Must Pass is in a music store I'm going to tomorrow *fingers crossed*

 

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26 October 2013
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AppleScruffJunior said
Listening to Nina Simone, feel like my insides are going to explode…great day and I'm in a stupid parade tomorrow paul-mccartney

 

On a brighter note, I'm going to see if All Things Must Pass is in a music store I'm going to tomorrow *fingers crossed*

 

What is the parade celebrating? What will you be doing in the parade?

Are you looking for cd or LP? Hope you get what you are looking for.

26 October 2013
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 It's the Galway Theatre Festival, wasn't in any of the plays that were perfomed during the festival but was asked by a director I've worked with before, would I stand in for somebody in their company that had broken a leg. I have no idea what the hell I'm actually doing in the parade so long as they don't put me on stilts I should be fine a-hard-days-night-paul-7

And I'm looking for the CD, they told me 2 months ago that they generally have ATMP in around Christmas time but I'm in Galway anyways so I decided I'd check it out!

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27 October 2013
1.30am
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The Predator by Ice Cube, this has to be my favorite non Beatles album, every song on it is killer.

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27 October 2013
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Sigur Rós' (). Yes, that's two parentheses.

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27 October 2013
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About to listen to the "Let it Roll" CD again to get me in the mood for the Harrison Dark Horse box which should arrive during the week (and no, I did not get the ebay one, this is a new set for my Christmas present from Mrs trcanberra – but who can wait that long to listen to it when it gets here?).

27 October 2013
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Have had this going round my head for days, and I have no idea why:

''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''

27 October 2013
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Back to the Egg sessions.

The outtakes are fantastic, hearing Paul do the orchestra parts of Arrow Through Me is so much fun.

"Well, probably we'll sell less records, less people'll go to see the film, we'll write less songs, and we'll all die of failure" (John Lennon 8/64)
27 October 2013
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Janelle Monae was on Saturday Night Live last night, and I thought I'd share this video I took of her during soundcheck of "I Want To Hold Your Hnad" at a concert she did right in a small venue when she was hitting it big:

 

 

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28 October 2013
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parlance said
Lawrence Juber on Breakfast with the Beatles doing his fingerpicking acoustic version of "I Am The Walrus." I'm not kidding. It's awesome. I wasn't planning on spending the money, but I may have to see him in concert next weekend.

Breakfast with the Beatles posted videos from the performance at FB, and here is "I Am the Walrus."

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28 October 2013
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AppleScruffJunior said
 It's the Galway Theatre Festival, wasn't in any of the plays that were perfomed during the festival but was asked by a director I've worked with before, would I stand in for somebody in their company that had broken a leg. I have no idea what the hell I'm actually doing in the parade so long as they don't put me on stilts I should be fine a-hard-days-night-paul-7

And I'm looking for the CD, they told me 2 months ago that they generally have ATMP in around Christmas time but I'm in Galway anyways so I decided I'd check it out!

 

So…how was the parade?

Did you get your CD?

Currently listening to American Woman by The Guess Who.

To the fountain of perpetual mirth, Let it roll for all its worth.

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28 October 2013
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1. T'was great, I was helping move this bad boy

I christened him Hazel from Watership Down, I was next a to a lad who I was in a play with 4 years ago which was pretty cool.

 

2. I didn't get to go to the music shop, it was lashing rain right before the parade and the parade started at  4:45 over at 6:00 and I was freezing so went to the pub with a couple of friends, the shop was closed when I came out a-hard-days-night-george-10 Going to the university in Galway tomorrow and my lectures are over at 2:00 so I'll be able to go into the city then :)

 

Currently listening to an annoying diet ad on the telly

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28 October 2013
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Currently listening to an annoying diet ad on the telly

Aren't they all? I can't stand them. In fact, I really can't stand most adverts. They have to do something stupid or annoying so it sticks in your mind, which I guess is why we have that annoying go compare song (which is really annoying).

''We're just knocked out. We heard about the sell out. You gotta get an album out, you owe it to the people. We're so happy we can hardly count.''

28 October 2013
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I avoid adverts. Hate having to listen to someone tell me why i should buy their product, wasting my time. Generally i record tv shows and watch them back, zooming past commercials. In fact adverts nowadays last around 5 minutes (five!)! so you can actually jump them by pressing backup on sky+ and then adding 5 to the amount of minutes when the programme was last viewed. Works a treat.

"Well, probably we'll sell less records, less people'll go to see the film, we'll write less songs, and we'll all die of failure" (John Lennon 8/64)
28 October 2013
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I just never watch commercial TV any more – works a treat :)

Life is too short to waste time on ads.

30 October 2013
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We have Sirius XM at work, and today is David Bowie day on Ch. 111. Luckily, no one had a problem with my changing the channel, which I usually put on one of the classic rock stations anyway.

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31 October 2013
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By some strange technical glitch, my Windows Media Player suddenly was playing back at a slowed-down speed, and it caused the piece I selected -- the scherzo (andante vivace) from Beethoven's symphony no. 3 in E-flat major -- to sound oddly experimental.

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31 October 2013
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Funny Paper said
By some strange technical glitch, my Windows Media Player suddenly was playing back at a slowed-down speed, and it caused the piece I selected -- the scherzo (andante vivace) from Beethoven's symphony no. 3 in E-flat major -- to sound oddly experimental.

Cool. I love it when those kinds of things happen. But, I wonder if Beethoven just turned over in his grave paul-mccartney.

1 November 2013
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Ahhh Girl said

Funny Paper said
By some strange technical glitch, my Windows Media Player suddenly was playing back at a slowed-down speed, and it caused the piece I selected -- the scherzo (andante vivace) from Beethoven's symphony no. 3 in E-flat major -- to sound oddly experimental.

Cool. I love it when those kinds of things happen. But, I wonder if Beethoven just turned over in his grave paul-mccartney.

You mean 'rolled over' of course?

 

1 November 2013
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trcanberra said

Ahhh Girl said

Funny Paper said
By some strange technical glitch, my Windows Media Player suddenly was playing back at a slowed-down speed, and it caused the piece I selected -- the scherzo (andante vivace) from Beethoven's symphony no. 3 in E-flat major -- to sound oddly experimental.

Cool. I love it when those kinds of things happen. But, I wonder if Beethoven just turned over in his grave paul-mccartney.

You mean 'rolled over' of course?

 

The candy must be kicking in. Look at you being all kinds of funny. "Rolled" is what I should have said.apple01

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