Discussion in 'Music' started by Ms. Paige, Sep 12, 2016.
This video is packing!
and the song's pretty cool too.
Just in case you need to know who some of them are
I was surprised how much I liked this version of Hallelujah
This is much slower and chilled than the equally wonderful original. A new album is due out in October
Whilst looking for songs for the current nomination thread I came across this beauty
Me And David Bowie - Ian McCulloch
Wow! Two fantastic discoveries. I can't wait for the Bunnymen album
Nice And Slow-Boy George
I Said Hi ~ Amy Shark
This is just EVERYTHING. One of my favourite songs ever written and recorded. It's beautiful.
It's hard to pick a favourite from the "You & I" album, it's so very very good.
I've just listened to 'Glorious' ^^ three times and its wonderful.
You probably already know this Willie, its a cover originally by Levy who plays guitar on The Pierces version.
Those harmonies by The Pierces are perfection. I'm amazed The Pierces are not more famous/successful than they are, or maybe they are and I just don't realise it
I need to go and listen to this.
EDIT: I've just looked the song up and it only reached 146 in the UK singles chart in 2011. It deserved to be a much bigger hit.
I didn't because I haven't read the sleeve credits yet. I think I like his version even better!
Indeed, their sound is so accessible and yet I've never heard their songs on the radio.
I really miss those good old charts, someone could become famous with a one-hit-wonder! It's all so fabricated these days.
I didn't think it was possible to do a 4-2-the-floor dance version of Sultans Of Swing, but I was wrong.
Kiki Dee (with Elton John) - The Last Good Man In My Life
High Road- Marnie
This looks like a group of people who are condemned to dance for all eternity. Sort of a disco hell.
It's a little mind-blowing that 2002 is long enough ago to be nostalgic but good song anyway.
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