Thursday, February 09, 2017

No such thing as peer pressure when you're old...

The John Dummer Band - Blue
A Certain Ratio - The Graveyard & The Ballroom
Pulsar - Pollen
Isaac Hayes - Live At The Sahara Tahoe
The Beatles - The Beatles Primer
Sombre Reptiles - Rubinmusik 1977-2017
Iain Ballamy - Anorak More Jazz
Kraftwerk - Autobahn
The Idle Race - Idle Race
Mathilde Santing - Mathilde Santing
Various - Krautrock : Music for Your Brain
The Who - Who Are You
John Foxx & Louis Gordon - Shifting City
Talking Heads - Little Creatures
Laura Pausini - Inedito (Spanish)
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Immersion Box)
Barclay James Harvest - Octoberon
Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon (Immersion Box)
Rory Gallagher - Blueprint
Barry White - No Limit On Love
Brian Eno - Generative Music
Barry White - All-Time Greatest Hits
Zahara - La Pareja Toxica
Jack-Knife - Jack-Knife
John Foxx & Louis Gordon - The Pleasures Of Electricity
David Holland Quartet - Conference Of The Birds
Status Quo - Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo
Kitaro - Ten Years (1976-1986)
Status Quo - Status Quo Live
Travor Rabin - Face To Face
Alison Balsom - Jubilo - Fasch, Corelli, Torelli & Bach
The Who - Thirty Years of Maximum R&B
Seth Lakeman - Kitty Jay
Miles Davis - Melbourne '88
John Cale - Paris 1919
Katy Perry - Prism
Various - I Love Music, Je T'aime

Tonight, the recording of this week's podcast...

And the integration of the first of JB's old discs...

The first three I had as burns (and the first as an LP in the '70s)...

This, new to me and good...

Ooh, punk rock from 22 years ago and, even then, 19 years too late, probably...

Still good though...

A reminder of chum Jamie...

And, not quite Isaac Hayes but still good...

Meanwhile, this morning, as I headed to the dentist for some painful filling work (don't ask), consolation £1 purchases in Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland...

This because it contains "The Captain of Her Heart" by Swiss duo Double - a record I had back in the day (as they say)...

...and this because Katy Perry is actually rather good...

A Chinese takeaway and, on telly, "Death in Paradise" was entertaining as usual...

And now with a changeover to Father Dougal...

Should be good...

Highlight of the Day : Podcasting...

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