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It's generally agreed that bagpipes and actual music don't go together, so here's a bit of bagpipe acid. :o

Perplexer - Acid Folk 

 

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Baba O'Riley - The Who

Because many people think the name of this song is "Teenage Wasteland" and simply because I like the song.

 

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I grew up with an older sister. There was vinyl singles with Roy Orbison, Bobby Vinton and crooners.

When i stumbled upon this at my cousins. WOW. :x

 

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When i come to think of Telstar. This nearly always come to mind. :)🥰

 

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Rip Hilton Valentine. Here is my favorite cover of the Screaming Jay Hawkins song...

I Put A Spell On You - Animals

 

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I was touring the South in a Southern Rock band when this came out. I was in a motel overnight in Mississippi when Lynard Skinnard's plane crashed that night just 20 miles from the motel. 

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Deja Vu
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"The Lady Wants To Know" - Michael Franks

Smooth jazz before it had a name. I like it OK, although I wouldn't want a steady diet of it. I haven't heard this one in years.

A song with lyrics:
Daddy's just like Coltrane
Baby's just like Miles

Can't be all bad ;)

 

 

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At the moment I found this thread, this - 

was playing.  I'll give you the next 2 cuts in the rotation - 1 - "Spanish Dances - Zambra" by the Goldspiel~Provost Classical Guitar Duo (a friend) - 2 - "Soulshine" - The Allman Brothers Band.

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I Thought About You (A Tribute To Chet Baker) - Eliane Elias (full album)

Great jazz singer/pianist.

 

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The Lady Is A Tramp - Buddy Greco

It's dated, but still good, and the way Buddy accompanied himself on the piano is brilliant.

 

 

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Recent arrivals Chez Wibbles were a couple of Cabaret Voltaire CDs from the early 80s - The Crackdown from 1983, and Micro-Phonies from 1984.

Cabaret Voltaire – Just Fascination

 

Cabaret Voltaire - Do Right

 

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