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Topic History of: Me, Music and The Times
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JK2006 Many interesting messages about this. Amazing how many closet JK fans there are out there!
Green Man Honey wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Honey wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Is it just me who actually hates ABBA ?

Very interesting piece JK, you definitely were before your time with online music. Amazon offer downloads but I never buy them, I prefer physical format and files can get lost and CD-R do get corrupted over a period of times.

Songs on Spotify are shit sound quality same with YouTube.


No, its not just you. I am absolutely not criticising Abba, but a lot of it is far too slick for me, and so it becomes horribly irritating.

For me, a choir is better if one person in it cant sing, and if a band is too together my brain translates it as an unbearable hum. (it's probably a misophonia thing)


I had a nice chat with some old friend's today. We were discussing 70s music; we don't really remember it as we were just babies back then. We discussed our favourites and some pulled out their phone's to browse some groups they forgotten about.

70s pop was actually pretty decent when we looked back. We all could live without Middle of the Road.

When was talk about the glam era we couldn't find many groups. There's the obvious ones like Sweet, Slade, T Rex, Mud, Glitter Band, Wizard. Then we became stuck until some random, old boiler yelled out "Slick" whom of course was Midge Ure early outing. We said that punk killed the scene and none of us are punk fans.

Maybe because all had bad experiences with Punks in the pubs or we just don't like music.

An ex had nothing but abuse from John Lydon whom at the time was a paramedic. She did a share a joint with Lenny Kravitz at one time.

Supppse when punk vanished it was New Wave Romantics. I was never a New Romantic because due to work ethics but loved the music and still do.


I don't remember John Lydon being a paramedic.
He doesn't seem to have the reassuring sort of personality that you need.

I don't think punk killed anything.
There were just lots of different styles in the seventies at the same time.
There was a trend for nightclubs with a different style of music on each floor, which I liked.

How does work ethics stop you being a new romantic?


My ex was paramedic at the time, she has been to hundreds of events. If any accidents happened she had to be on standby.

I worked in a pub 1986 like Cheers but more a dive in New York. It was very much a blue collar bar which attracted a rough clientele. God knows how I was allowed work in one at 16, serve and drink but I did. My uncle knew the landlord, he met him at a Ted Nugent gig so it might explain things.
Honey Green Man wrote:
Honey wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Is it just me who actually hates ABBA ?

Very interesting piece JK, you definitely were before your time with online music. Amazon offer downloads but I never buy them, I prefer physical format and files can get lost and CD-R do get corrupted over a period of times.

Songs on Spotify are shit sound quality same with YouTube.


No, its not just you. I am absolutely not criticising Abba, but a lot of it is far too slick for me, and so it becomes horribly irritating.

For me, a choir is better if one person in it cant sing, and if a band is too together my brain translates it as an unbearable hum. (it's probably a misophonia thing)


I had a nice chat with some old friend's today. We were discussing 70s music; we don't really remember it as we were just babies back then. We discussed our favourites and some pulled out their phone's to browse some groups they forgotten about.

70s pop was actually pretty decent when we looked back. We all could live without Middle of the Road.

When was talk about the glam era we couldn't find many groups. There's the obvious ones like Sweet, Slade, T Rex, Mud, Glitter Band, Wizard. Then we became stuck until some random, old boiler yelled out "Slick" whom of course was Midge Ure early outing. We said that punk killed the scene and none of us are punk fans.

Maybe because all had bad experiences with Punks in the pubs or we just don't like music.

An ex had nothing but abuse from John Lydon whom at the time was a paramedic. She did a share a joint with Lenny Kravitz at one time.

Supppse when punk vanished it was New Wave Romantics. I was never a New Romantic because due to work ethics but loved the music and still do.


I don't remember John Lydon being a paramedic.
He doesn't seem to have the reassuring sort of personality that you need.

I don't think punk killed anything.
There were just lots of different styles in the seventies at the same time.
There was a trend for nightclubs with a different style of music on each floor, which I liked.

How does work ethics stop you being a new romantic?
Green Man Honey wrote:
Green Man wrote:
Is it just me who actually hates ABBA ?

Very interesting piece JK, you definitely were before your time with online music. Amazon offer downloads but I never buy them, I prefer physical format and files can get lost and CD-R do get corrupted over a period of times.

Songs on Spotify are shit sound quality same with YouTube.


No, its not just you. I am absolutely not criticising Abba, but a lot of it is far too slick for me, and so it becomes horribly irritating.

For me, a choir is better if one person in it cant sing, and if a band is too together my brain translates it as an unbearable hum. (it's probably a misophonia thing)


I had a nice chat with some old friend's today. We were discussing 70s music; we don't really remember it as we were just babies back then. We discussed our favourites and some pulled out their phone's to browse some groups they forgotten about.

70s pop was actually pretty decent when we looked back. We all could live without Middle of the Road.

When was talk about the glam era we couldn't find many groups. There's the obvious ones like Sweet, Slade, T Rex, Mud, Glitter Band, Wizard. Then we became stuck until some random, old boiler yelled out "Slick" whom of course was Midge Ure early outing. We said that punk killed the scene and none of us are punk fans.

Maybe because all had bad experiences with Punks in the pubs or we just don't like music.

An ex had nothing but abuse from John Lydon whom at the time was a paramedic. She did a share a joint with Lenny Kravitz at one time.

Supppse when punk vanished it was New Wave Romantics. I was never a New Romantic because due to work ethics but loved the music and still do.
Honey Green Man wrote:
Is it just me who actually hates ABBA ?

Very interesting piece JK, you definitely were before your time with online music. Amazon offer downloads but I never buy them, I prefer physical format and files can get lost and CD-R do get corrupted over a period of times.

Songs on Spotify are shit sound quality same with YouTube.


No, its not just you. I am absolutely not criticising Abba, but a lot of it is far too slick for me, and so it becomes horribly irritating.

For me, a choir is better if one person in it cant sing, and if a band is too together my brain translates it as an unbearable hum. (it's probably a misophonia thing)