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Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

What are the best yes albums? 
In the world of vinyl time for albums, Close to the Edge, Fragile, The Yes Album were all great individual releases. Yessongs, I think, was the triple album and that will give you much of the others.

Always fancied the idea of Close to the Edge as music at my funeral - hopefully long distant; need to plan ahead. At nearly 20 mins, might have to book two slots at the Crem.

I agree with you about Joe Walsh and, linking the two subjects, Life’s Been Good is in pole position for that occasion.
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Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

What are the best yes albums? 
In the world of vinyl time for albums, Close to the Edge, Fragile, The Yes Album were all great individual releases. Yessongs, I think, was the triple album and that will give you much of the others.

Always fancied the idea of Close to the Edge as music at my funeral - hopefully long distant; need to plan ahead. At nearly 20 mins, might have to book two slots at the Crem.

I agree with you about Joe Walsh and, linking the two subjects, Life’s Been Good is in pole position for that occasion.

Mine will be 'Going Home' by Dire Straits.
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Double hit of elvis when i go, where else but to the lord followed by put your hand in the hand
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Originally posted by Eastern outpost Eastern outpost wrote:

Originally posted by RR1972 RR1972 wrote:

What are the best yes albums? 
In the world of vinyl time for albums, Close to the Edge, Fragile, The Yes Album were all great individual releases. Yessongs, I think, was the triple album and that will give you much of the others.

Always fancied the idea of Close to the Edge as music at my funeral - hopefully long distant; need to plan ahead. At nearly 20 mins, might have to book two slots at the Crem.

I agree with you about Joe Walsh and, linking the two subjects, Life’s Been Good is in pole position for that occasion.

A remarkable album, close thing , between this and Fragile.

I was a Yes fan and still am. The line up of bruford, howe, anderson , squire, and wakeman, was the best.
Seen them twice live..amazing !

I am also a big fan of Joe Walsh and have all his solo albums.
Nothing against Bernie Leadon, but Eagles got even better when joined, brought a hard edge ,to contrast with all the soft melodic harmonies.

My all time hero, is of course JACKSON BROWNE.
He wrote a song for his 1974 album "Late for the Sky"...
called "FOR A DANCER" which was for a friend of his, (a dancer), who sadly had passed a way.
The melody is haunting and the lyrics are so poignant, with the concept of death 
and our inability to process it.
Its well worth a listen

 


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Jackson brown class the pretender his best album? listening to neil young this week after the gold rush is imo his best work although  harvest moon another belter

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Originally posted by PE SA PE SA wrote:

Punk, Rock, Post Rock,  Hip Hop, Old School Rave, Acid House...taste is completely open.
20 tracks to sum up the variety in my collection:

1. Astro Zombies by The Misfits
2. Little Mascara by The Replacements
3. Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen
4. Dial_Revenge by Mogwai ft Gruff Rhys
5. Arnofio_Glo in the Dark by Super Furry Animals
6. Hey Jealousy by Gin Blossoms
7. All Souls Day by The Ataris
8. Transatlanticism by Death Cab For Cutie
9. My Own Summer (Shove It) by Deftones
10. True Belivers by The Bouncing Souls
11. Hail Mary by Makaveli (2Pac)
12. CREAM by Wu Tang Clan
13. Can I Kick It? by A Tribe Called Quest
14. No Good (Start the Dance) by The Prodigy
15. Kiss the Bottle by Jawbreaker
16. Sweet Harmony by Liquid
17. Come Together by Primal Scream
18. Always Running by Soft Kill
19. Endless Desire by No Devotion
20. Cross Out the Eyes by Thursday



Will try there in my Spotify 
 

Thunder road possibly the boss' best👍
My hard rock picks would include shoot to thril acdc 👍pure adrenaline


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Dion runaround sue (album) and the chirping crickets buddy holly two all tine great rock n roll albums
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Last night in Motorpoint arena for some Havy metal in Cardiff.

Saw Sabaton lead group who tbh absolutely fantastic 

Baby Metal were very good 

Lordi were superb.


Brilliant way to spend a Sunday evening 


Premier Inn ZIP Hotel which is like a pod thing £15 a night bargain...more money for drink....excellent. 





Edited by lofty evans - 17 April 2023 at 4:28pm
In 1972, Roy Bergiers scored that try and said "that was for you lofty"

"All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us"
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You don't drink do you ..Mr LoftificusLOL
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Listening to Car wheels on s gravel road lucinda williams  highly recommended
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You don't drink do you ..Mr LoftificusLOL

Two of the RAF guys with me can't remember the gig at all lol ...I can....



In 1972, Roy Bergiers scored that try and said "that was for you lofty"

"All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us"
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Are you saying that the RAF guys were Ruff As FluckkLOL
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Originally posted by Oracle Oracle wrote:

Are you saying that the RAF guys were Ruff As FluckkLOL

You really need a good head banging session Oracleness.


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I believe you are correct 
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