14 March 2017
10 April 2016
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That is all I'm living for, your love and nothing more. And that is all.
14 March 2016
14 February 2016
I got just a few...
American Pie - Don McLean. (Really good songs, a little slow in some places though, I think too many ballady tunes.)
Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy - Elton John. (Great as well. All the songs grow on you, especially while admiring the awesome cover.)
Foreigner - Foreigner. (The vinyl is a little potato chipped, so the first song on each side is unplayable, but still a great rock album.)
Seven Separate Fools - Three Dog Night. (Eh, I have to listen to it a few more times. Not really much I liked on it.)
Tusk - Fleetwood Mac. (Actually totally AWESOME!!! The songs, the ordering, the packaging, god, it's so good!!!)
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I am you as you are you as you are you and you are all together.
15 February 2015
My first Led Zeppelin album, and it's on vinyl.
I had to choose between it, Houses Of The Holy, The Dark Side Of The Moon, and Wish You Were Here... it was incredibly difficult, but I picked Zepp 3 because I haven't any Zepp yet and that one is chronologically first AND, probably most decisively of all, it has a cool spinny thing to play with.
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10 November 2010
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I'm Necko. I'm like Ringo except I wear necklaces.
I'm also ewe2 on weekends.
Most likely to post things that make you go hmm... 2015, 2016.
1 January 2017
Here are my purchases, as promised yesterday:
The Who - The Who Sell Out (with what looks to be an original price sticker on the front. Of course, being blown away by that opening track made me curious to hear more. I have to say, I'm not disappointed at all! The advert sequences are definitely proto - Pythonesque! However, I should go back to the two previous albums though before going any further in The Who's discography, methinks.)
The Beach Boys - Do It Again/Wake The World (1968)
The Beach Boys - Cottonfields/The Nearest Faraway Place (1970)
Don't worry! I promise to get something Beatles/solo Beatles related next time!
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"The whole idea of rock and roll is to get people off their arses - that's what it's about."
- Steve Marriott
"I'm only myself when I have a guitar in my hands."
- George Harrison
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