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some true classics songs of the 50s - 60s -70s and 80ss


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Here is something a bit different.....

We all probs know whom Lemmy Kilmister is (Front man for Motorhead), but what some of you will probs not know about, is the band he was in previous to Motorhead, and so happens to be the name of one of their tracks too..... Hawkwind....... so happens they are still going to this day (Mostly by Dave Brock's hands, who is one of the original faces of the group).

They have even had the likes of Brian Blessed in to do a remake of some of their tunes (You will like it, it's piss funny with the expected booming voice from Brian).



Now you may have happened to come across some of their tracks like Silver Machine being quite trippy space / prog rock in style, so would like to bring this offering to the table, which is quite a catchy tune.....

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Cover stuff this time, from a chap called Leo @ Frog Leap Studios.
 
There are a few of his covers I have fallen in love with, like Pantera - Fucking Hostile, and Dire Straits - Money For Nothing, however the following has been his best work to date, and the lass with him adds the cherry on the top.
 
I bring you..... Leo Moracchioli (Feat. Mary Spender) - Sultans Of Swing (Metal Version)
 
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Well,it'll soon be Christmas 

and all the shopping centres will be

playing their Christmas CDs out loud.

 

Does anyone have a favourite christmas hit though?

 

I have 2....the first one I will probably get slated for

just because who sang it

Gary Glitter...Another Rock n Roll Christmas.

It's actually a very good song and so much better because

no-one ever plays it so not one that gets on your nerves for hearing it .

My second is by the Ronettes,Sleigh Ride

This came out in 1963 and a version produced by Phil Specter.

This song is currently sampled on the Sainsbury's advert on tv.

 

 

iiiitttts chriiiiiiiistmasssss🤪

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Not forgetting that the Christmas number 1 from 40 years ago was 'Don't you want me '? By The Human League.

If only I could go back to 1981 and play in the arcades.

Don't you want me? If the reply is 'No' then that makes it a double negative, so does that mean 'Yes'?

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