Music Torture


#141

He must have timed the good stuff with my visits to the kitchen/fire/bog :grinning:


#142

Off and Fuck in which any order you like :slightly_smiling_face:


#143

I brought lots of dub reggae too but it remained in the record box as Terry wasn’t joining us :rofl:


#144

the height of musical culture IMO - you should have been at the Stormzy set in Brighton over the weekend…


#145

Lopwell at the weekend was the place to be and there was plenty of grime


#146

Excruciating, but strangely alluring…

I may be becoming a very drunk Mr. MWS :thinking:


#147

Stronzetto needs no diagrams on the thighs.


#148


#149

Jazz
Opera
Folk
Classical
Country
Girl / Boy ‘n’ guitar
ANY sort of ballad
RnB
Most Soul , except Northern
Chamber
Choral, except Gospel
Hi-fi music (Norah etc)
Crooner, except some Sinatra
Pop music - commercial chart stuff
John Lennon
George Michael

Surprisingly, both Elton John and … Simply Red were amazing live :open_mouth:

That’s about it, I think.


#150

Bagpipes.


#151

and Bagpipes


#152

Bob Dylan


#153

I was fucking gutted when I moved to Calgary and first day in the city there was a fucking piper


#154

A few years ago I used to get woken every Sunday morning by some bagpiping fucknugget practising in his back garden.

Edit: it could have been worse. He could have been doing Dylan songs


#155

Don’t mind some Dylan stuff tbh


#156

You will all be pleased to learn that my album choice for next week does not contain pipes (unlike the last).
It may, however, contain whistles. To be revealed tomorrow.


#157

I actually love a pipe band. A solo piper playing a lament is strangely emotional.

Anyhoo… Thin Lizzy can get to fuck.


#158

Dylan and bagpipes


#159

Thanks for posting. I made it to 23 seconds.


#160

Hmmm, slightly lacking in subtlety