ATM Does anyone feel like they have seen the new album cover by Lorde before? Like 1970?
“Take my advice; don’t listen to me”
Anyone know who wrote and/or sang this line?
Essential Freebies from Word, Uncut, Mojo and Q. I’m not sure if we have been here before? You may have or recall some great covermount CDs that stand out from the mire? For me, these were some excellent albums in their own right:-
# Heroes Can Be Any Size: An Introduction to Jackie Leven, a promo release came free with March 2012 edition of The Word Magazine. # Uncut 2007 01 – Comets Ghosts And Sunburned Hands # Q – DCCCDII # Word – January 2010 # Uncut 2000 12 – More Sounds Of The New Ẁest # Uncut 2008 10 – Interstellar Overdrive # Uncut Unconditionally Guaranteed vol 7 (The Coolest Sounds From The Hottest Bands Of 1998) Can AWs recall any other essential ‘free’ CDs? (Sounds like an oxymoron).
For attention of selected members of the AWM
Mary Gauthier and Gretchen Peters Live Stream on SongKick
Monday 2 November 2020 12:00 AM GMT
Graig42 presents the Top 42 by Artist (not by album)
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Thanks to all of you who have taken part in this poll. Total number of Albums voted for: 499 Number of AW Voters: 98 (sadly no Moose or Bingo to make 100) Total Votes: 980 [Drum roll]
……….Please note the results have been input on punched cards (Fortran77). The teletype will be back working after this batch job has run on my ICL mainframe.. Final Score 16:45 today………………….
Dai’s Rules still apply:
1) Post 10 albums ONLY 2) Place them in order 1 to 10. Number 1 will be allocated 10 points down to 1 pt in 10th place. 3) If you post more than 10 only the first 10 will be counted. 4) If you don’t post a preference in the 10 then each will be allocated 5 pts 5) Post exactly like this : Number – Album – Artist e.g. 1 – Dare – The Human League Use proper names not The Fabs or HJHM etc If you don’t your choice may not be counted.
Following the great efforts of @Dai and his and the suggestion from @Feedback_File – I would be delighted to compile an alternative list (don’t we all love lists) of our favourite albums from either 1980 or 1990 up to the present day. This should be a far more interesting list than one full of the Beatles, Dylan and Joni.
So can any of us think of our favourites from a time AFTER we were born or in some cases AFTER leaving education – I was only 4 when the Beatles (white album) was released.
#1 – Do we start from 1980 or 1990 – VOTE NOW! #2 – Once it is clear what preference we have, can we think, think again and… #3 – Can we then use Dai’s rulebook for presenting our Top Ten of the last 30 or 40 years?
Fans of early Genesis may wish to be alerted to:- 3 or 4 of the fairly recent box set reissues of Anthony Phillips’ albums appear to be available at £9.99 in FLAC at 7Digital (other formats are available).
Hi Muzo fans
I am hoping to raise £100+ for Parkinson’s UK as I have been diagnosed with the disease, at the same age as my (deceased) father had his diagnosis. I know exercise is one of the best things for PD and so I am entering a sponsored walk (a mere 7.5 miles – easy on a good day, not so otherwise). Any donation, however small, will be much appreciated! The walk is around Pennington Flash near Leigh in what was the county of Lancashire. Yours, lost in music.. Craig42Blue https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Craig42blue
The Crimson King – any other look-a-likeys?
Hi Afterworders, Are any of you trying to get to grips with the impact of GDBR the new Data Protection legislation? I suppose this lovely site is classed as a Social Media site. I hope none of your profiles ever become the subject of a data protection issue (unlikely I know). I won’t be sharing where I work however…. C42Blue
All issues from October 2007 to the final issue (bar one or two) are ready for collection only (from Preston – the north end).
Free to a good home – The last 5 years of WORD magazine
I really liked early F.Mac, but the only Peter Green solo effort I have is “In The Skies” which I love – what should I seek out next?
I’ve bought a number of cheap used cds recently and thought to share my very brief thoughts.
Richard Hawley – Richard Hawley; First timeless classic
Bruce Hornsby – The Way It Is : Pleasant “Baywatch” backing
The Strands – The Magical World Of.. : Delightful, poetic psychedelia
St Vincent – St Vincent : Excellent quirky original
although Colin H may wish to ignore this plug….
I can’t be the only one on here living in Preston (England) can I?
I ask this because both Colin H’s tome on John McLaughlin and the recent book by Donald Fagen (as recommended here) have both turned up at my local library!