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    Well this will be a restart to what are you listening too. Rules are simple, just post your playlist and respect everyone's choices in music they are not going to be the same as yours, so lets get started.
    Last edited by Magnoblade; 16-02-2013 at 10:26 AM.

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    Post our entire playlist? I think I have over 1,000 songs in my usual playlist...
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    Doesn't have the be your whole playlist

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    Wild Honey Pie 1:01 The Beatles The Beatles (White Album) [Disc 1] British 80 kbps
    I Like it like that - 1965 1:40 Dave Clark Five Glad All Over Again British 80 kbps
    Why Don't We Do It In The Road? 1:41 The Beatles The Beatles (White Album) [Disc 1] British 80 kbps
    Hippy Hippy Shake-1963 1:43 Swingin' Blue Jeans Hippy Hippy Shake British 80 kbps
    36-24-36 1:45 The Shadows Out of The Shadows British 80 kbps
    Summer Nights (1965) 1:47 Marianne Faithfull Broken English British 80 kbps
    Simon Smith & his Amazing Bear 1:52 Allan Price Lucky Man British 80 kbps
    There's A Place 1:53 The Beatles Please Please Me British 80 kbps
    Henry the 8th 1:54 Herman's Hermits Greatest Hits British 80 kbps
    Kon-Tiki 1:54 The Shadows The Very Best Of The Shadows British 80 kbps
    Must To Avoid 1:56 Herman's Hermits Greatest Hits British 80 kbps
    How Do You Do What You Do To Me-1963 1:56 Gerry & The Pacemakers The Best Of British 80 kbps
    Catch us if you can 1:59 Dave Clark Five Glad All Over Again British 80 kbps
    The Rumble 1:59 The Shadows The Shadows British 80 kbps
    5, 4, 3, 2, 1 1:59 Manfred Mann Greatest Hits Collection of the 60's British 80 kbps
    From A Window 2:00 Billy J. Kramer & Dakotas The Very Best of British 80 kbps
    Farmer John 2:00 The Searchers That was then,This is Now British 80 kbps
    Nut Rocker-1962 2:00 B Bumble & The Stingers The Best On Hit Wonders In The World Ever British 80 kbps
    A Groovy Kind Of Love-1965 2:00 Mindbenders Superhits - 1966 British 80 kbps
    Do You Want To Know A Secret 2:01 Billy J. Kramer-1963 The Very Best of British 80 kbps
    Man Of Mystery 2:01 The Shadows The Very Best Of The Shadows British 80 kbps
    My boy lollipop 2:01 Millie Small My Boy Lollipop British 80 kbps
    Bachelor Boy 2:02 Cliff Richard Summer Holiday British 80 kbps
    Wonderful Land 2:03 The Shadows The Very Best Of The Shadows British 80 kbps
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    Holy wall of text barry lol mind spacing it out?

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    Heavy on the Shads and Mersey stuff there, Barry. Nice.
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    If you want people to share their playlists, don't complain when they do it. It's easy enough to read; at least we don't have to wade through a mess of spelling and grammatical errors.
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    ^ "You get what you get, and you don't get upset."

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    Quote Originally Posted by howie View Post
    Heavy on the Shads and Mersey stuff there, Barry. Nice.
    Thanks, 60's Brit Invasion,especially the Shads are my guilty pleasure. And remember as Austin would say.... ' Groovy Baby '
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry N View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by howie View Post
    Heavy on the Shads and Mersey stuff there, Barry. Nice.
    Thanks, 60's Brit Invasion,especially the Shads are my guilty pleasure. And remember as Austin would say.... ' Groovy Baby '
    No need for it to be guilty. That's damn good music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Bear View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Barry N View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by howie View Post
    Heavy on the Shads and Mersey stuff there, Barry. Nice.
    Thanks, 60's Brit Invasion,especially the Shads are my guilty pleasure. And remember as Austin would say.... ' Groovy Baby '
    No need for it to be guilty. That's damn good music.
    Agree. It's a 1000% better than that damn Harlem Shake that is going around. Where is the barfing icon when you need it ?
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    Thanks Matt. You just made my week.
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    Arrrrrrrrrrggghhhhh.

    Do some of you realize how many truly vapid, awful lyrics I now can't seem to get out of my mind??
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    My playlists are quite varied.
    I have Big Band, Hits of the 40s, hits of the 50s, hits of the 60s.
    I have symphonies and I have masters of the B3
    I have playlists for ABBA, The Kelly Family, The Rankin Family and the Sons of the Pioneers.
    I have a playlist for slack key guitar.
    I have Andre Rieu and Frank Chacksfield, Mantovani, Joan Armatrading and Steeleye Span.
    I have playlists for Beethovan, Mozart, Bach, Liszt and Chopin.
    I have several jazz categories as well.
    I have playlists of Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand and Linda Ronstadt.
    I have Bobbie Blue Bland and Solomon Burke and other R&B artists.
    I have several blues playlists.
    And more.

    What I don't have is country, rap or hip hop.

    I play music from many genres depending on the mood I'm in.
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    My playlists are varied as well.......
    Tony Bennett/ Diana Krall, Sinatra
    Brit Invasion
    Beatles
    Big Band,includes Miller,Goodman,Ellington
    Hits from 50's/60's
    Several jazz lists includes Steely Dan, Brubeck, Fattburger
    As well hits from 70's/ 80's
    Even a comedy list includes Cosby/ Newhart/ Freeberg
    Last edited by Barry N; 20-02-2013 at 05:09 PM.
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    ^What, no Matt Monro. He was one of my relatives favorites in that era.
    Gone............................and very quickly forgotten may I add.

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