Good Music / Guilty Pleasure Thread


#2005

I have a vague memory we got chatting to them outside after. :thinking:


#2006

Those Midnight at the Olympia gigs were brilliant, remember The Bhundu Boys playing an absolute stormer one night…


#2007

Another great one was the great Brendan Wade & Cry Before Dawn. Gravediggers on a Saturday night was dangerous. You’d never get a late one off Eugene so if there was a sniff of a good gig and you had the goo …


#2008

Seemed to be always the feckin’ Fleadh Cowboys every second week…


#2009

Ahh, Break For The Border. The prequel to Coppers and Flannery’s. If only Upthedall had been old enough back then…


#2010

And when it was nt the fleadh cowboys it was the wilf brothers. Mind you I saw Grant lee Buffalo and the Replacements play midnight gigs at the Olympia. The combination of pissed up dubliners and the Replacements made an interesting gig.


#2011

Prevention played there another night. They were a Robert Smith tribute band.


#2012

I’m jealous now…


#2021

Scurry for the frontier!


#2022

Australian Pink Floyd at MATO after going to see deftones play the SFX with a few cheap pints in the USI bar in between.

Ah, college days :grin::grinning:


#2023

Slightly long intro but a fantastic version in a beautiful setting with a laid back bunch of cool oldies for an audience…


#2024


#2025

Funniest ever.PIANO scene amazing.


#2026

Only movie on imdb to be rated out of 11 !


#2027

#2028

That’s brilliant, really like his style. Think he will go on to be a great.


#2029

If Trump had known about it, he’d have started building a wall sooner :rofl:


#2030

#2031

His work on ‘Be My Baby’ by the Ronettes is magnificent. Possibly the best ever drumming on a pop song.


RIP Thread
#2032

Amazing body of work.