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TOPIC: RIP David Soul
#240421
RIP David Soul 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
Hutch and several hits.
 
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Green Man

Re:RIP David Soul 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
I see his records in every charity I go in to. Same with No Parlez, UK Records 45s, Andy Stewart and Jim Reeves.
 
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#240448
Re:RIP David Soul 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
Good company - the world is ready for a new century Jim Reeves. Deep baritone voice; strong melodies; ghastly trite lyrics.
 
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#240456
Green Man

Re:RIP David Soul 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
Jim Reeves was a demigod in S.A for decades JK.

I do find his stuff awful,I did inherit his records from my parents. The records went in the trash bin, too many to take down the charity shop.

No one will buy them,
 
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Honey

Re:RIP David Soul 1 Month, 1 Week ago  
Green Man wrote:
Jim Reeves was a demigod in S.A for decades JK.

I do find his stuff awful,I did inherit his records from my parents. The records went in the trash bin, too many to take down the charity shop.

No one will buy them,


I would. I love Jim Reeves and I don't care if the lyrics are trite or not. The voice is enough.

 
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#240706
Re:RIP David Soul 1 Month ago  
I'm with Honey; fabulous deep voice.
 
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Green Man

Re:RIP David Soul 1 Month ago  
I am intrigued by your musical tastes Honey. Do you go to see live bands with hubby?

I am imagine your record/CD collection is mainly the Merseysound, old/swing country, 80's synth, old school reggae and the odd novelty record.

Wyot, has thousands of classical records and 4 very worn out Marillion LPs. Next to the records is complete works of Bertolt Brecht, not a single paperback in the house.
 
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Honey

Re:RIP David Soul 3 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Green Man wrote:
I am intrigued by your musical tastes Honey. Do you go to see live bands with hubby?

I am imagine your record/CD collection is mainly the Merseysound, old/swing country, 80's synth, old school reggae and the odd novelty record.

Wyot, has thousands of classical records and 4 very worn out Marillion LPs. Next to the records is complete works of Bertolt Brecht, not a single paperback in the house.


We like folk festivals, and see bands in pubs sometimes, though neither of us drink so it can get a bit tedious. He hates everything punk and Gong and Hawkwind, but puts up with it, and I suffer brass bands, jazz, and twerps with harmonicas for him.

I have got nothing eighties at all. Not one. You are right about the Mersey sound though, and the reggae.
 
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#240952
Green Man

Re:RIP David Soul 3 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
Honey wrote:
Green Man wrote:
I am intrigued by your musical tastes Honey. Do you go to see live bands with hubby?

I am imagine your record/CD collection is mainly the Merseysound, old/swing country, 80's synth, old school reggae and the odd novelty record.

Wyot, has thousands of classical records and 4 very worn out Marillion LPs. Next to the records is complete works of Bertolt Brecht, not a single paperback in the house.


We like folk festivals, and see bands in pubs sometimes, though neither of us drink so it can get a bit tedious. He hates everything punk and Gong and Hawkwind, but puts up with it, and I suffer brass bands, jazz, and twerps with harmonicas for him.

I have got nothing eighties at all. Not one. You are right about the Mersey sound though, and the reggae.


I don't see pub bands these days, I have booked too many to last me a lifetime when I was a pub landlord. I never got the punk thing, I guess it reeked of hypocrisy, which was obvious, pretended to be socialists etc but they liked the fame and cash.
So I guess Mr Honey likes The Wurzels.

Have you been to Cropredy?

My partner took me to a CCR tribute band the other night, for a surprise. She thought it was the official band, the names are similar to be fair.

I bloody well enjoyed it and I recognized 2 members from Animals III and Kast Off Kinks right away.

I do take advantage of the theatres that near to us when I can. Even if it's for a tribute band but we need to like act though. It's use it or lose it situation. We have lost one main theatre during the pandemic near here.

Take Mr Honey to this. www.ents24.com/liverpool-events/o2-acade...napalm-death/6916720
 
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