Good Music / Guilty Pleasure Thread


#425

So he was listening to the Beatles & then probably the Rutles & came across that song through Innes. That’s unreal . I’ve never heard about that either . I knew obviously about the Beatles stuff , Bolan , etc but that was a big song for them .


#426

Pretty bare faced alright.

“Did you write that song yourself Noel?”

“Definitely maybe” :grinning:


#427

A contemporary of Mr. Gallagher a mr. Ashcroft would of felt bittsweet excuse the pun about this track.


#428

Some tune in fairness though it prompted arseholes at the time to shoulder people :japanese_ogre:


#429

An arse holes anthem. You’d find the whiney fook’s poster on the wall of the sitting room or bedroom of every troublemaker going for a few years back then.

One thing that bugs me about some of “the greatest bands ever” is they almost all have a lead singer with that look, coz that’s the look people want to see. A lot of the rest is manufactured around that


#430

A bit like Swing Low, Sweet Chariot…


#431

Who you referring to al? Jagger, Gallagher or Ashcroft?


#432

I was being facetious. This was never a serious point. And it certainly wasn’t Jagger or Noely


#433

Man id pay big money to see Mark Hollis live. Seriously. Love this track.


#434

Got to see this dude in Kilmainham. One item scratched of the bucket list.


#435

Ok maybe it doesn’t belong in the good music thread, anyone remember Robin Of Sherwood form the 1980’s and Clannads killer soundtrack to it?


#436

I remember winning something somewhere (Sunday Press maybe??) for knowing that Mary Elizabeth Mastroantonio was Robin Hood’s squeeze? But damned if I can remember her name now.


#437

Morricone will be considered as one of the all-time, greatest classical composers for centuries, in my opinion.


#438

Th lady in question was Judi Trott. Fine looking woman with the MC1R mutation.


#439

Agree. Was a fantastic experience to see him live.


#440

Yeh some great stuff from them that era.


#441

Greatest Oscar travesty of all time, that The Mission didn’t win the gong for Best Original Soundtrack.


#442

Agree - best orchestrated soundtrack of all time. Genius work.


#443

You do realise Gwyneth Paltrow has an Oscar? :wink:


#444

Suede’s Animal Nitrate - wonderful, wonderful track from an absolutely brilliant album. A track that would be close to my all time top ten.