@LabRat I've loved that song since I was a kid. Thanks
Pixies-Trompe le Monde
Cool stuff, short analysis of the artistic development of Chuck Jones' Looney Tunes.
I LOVE early completely insane Daffy.
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Faith No More -- A Small Victory
Natalia Kukulska - "Im wiecej Ciebie tym mniej" - very nice polish singer. Do you know her?
I would like to recommend you a special product for professional bartenders – mobile bars. If you often go to catering events, banquets, bartending shows, fairs you should absolutely buy one of these mobile bars.
Listening to the Eagles On The Border. Whole album. Good way to unwind at the end of the day.
Gustav Holst -- Jupiter, the Bringer of Jolity
John Lee Hooker & Bonnie Rait -- I'm in the Mood
I always whip this one out at parties, or if I need a break from sanity.
Focus - Hocus Pocus ('73)
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omg, so much came in since i was on holiday...
NIN: yes. unfortunately, same as with most bands that have been around for more than 10 years, after 2 minutes you know what's going on...
Maddy Prior: wow. thanks for that. "Lack of honest work", that's precious.
Terry Callier - 900 miles: again, again +1 for folk music. intense.
Pixies - yes. always, although i would want to go a few days further back than trompe le monde - why not caribou?
Faith No More: heroes of my dancefloor youth, heh...
similar goes for Flaming lips - but they have developed...
the reason i pressed 'Reply' is because I downloaded Talk Talk's discography again...
listening to their later achievements, and right now to ascension day and after the flood... or why not time it's time...
... such were the heroes of my early days, true revelations, and never really died...
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