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    Anonymous
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    I totally understand and didn’t mean to suggest that this song fully represented them. I was more thinking about an entry point. I will listen to this at least 3 times as I said, I think maybe only 1 time tonight cause it’s late but ya, I will respond once I have those 3 plays in, cheers 😉

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    Nike19Nike19
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    I don’t personally have that much of a recollection of this, but WOW! July 13th 1985.

    Live Aid. No other Concert will ever be as Big as this – Wembley Stadium

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    PaganPagan
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    Live aid was massive as far as global TV audiences go, but maybe Woodstock was for various reasons the biggest ever…..Pagan

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    #47579 Score: 1
    Brian blue
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    Reading all your post on your favourites has been interesting but totaly alien to me. I am into a different kind of music, a lot of Jazz, Big Band music and I mean real Big Bands. Count Basie and the likes Oscar Peterson but, in general, I like all kinds of music from Classical to Country. The one thing I cannot stand is the drum lead music, just kills any attempt at musical scores.
    I play keyboard myself, after my piano playing days cut short by fractured wrist,

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    Nike19Nike19
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    Brian, always Love for the Piano and Keyboard.

    I can’t read Music and I wish I learned, but can play Keyboard, as with the Guitar.

    My Dad can play the Keyboard and it’s his Birthday soon, so hoping to buy him something 🙂

    Looks like my age is finally starting to show as I haven’t liked anything current since 2018! I am going to be called Old hahaha 🙂

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    Brian blue
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    Nil if your Dad has a Keyboard arranger then buy him some Midi’s to play along with…just a suggestion

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    Nike19Nike19
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    Delighted to be an Owner of Why Me Why Not. It’s on CD! 🙂

    Liam turned 47 yesterday – TOP MAN and he was just fab last night on the Jonathan Ross Show 🙂

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    nine nine nine
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    Cream drummer Ginger Baker is critically ill in hospital, his family have confirmed. The 80-year-old musician found fame in the 1960s alongside Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce in the band Cream. The act only performed together for three years, due to Baker’s volatile relationship with Bruce, but they remain one of the most influential bands of all time. Their songs include I Feel Free, Strange Brew and Sunshine Of Your Love. ‘The Baker family are sad to announce that Ginger is critically ill in hospital. ‘Please keep him in your prayers tonight,’ the family shared on Twitter.

    Sad news keep fighting Ginger!

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    PaganPagan
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    RIP Ginger

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    nine nine nine
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    Very sad news Pagan what a Band Cream were and what a drummer Ginger Baker was. What a shame that they were together for such a short time due to all the animosity.

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    PaganPagan
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    Yes 9, was the extreme end of creative tension, worked well musically if not on a personal level….Pagan

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    PaganPagan
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    On the subject of Ginger Baker, coincidentally with Glastonbury tickets going on sale today, I saw him there in 1981, those were the days, £8 for a whole weekend ticket, in fact if you walked by the site they’d try and get you to come in….Pagan

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    nine nine nine
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    Glastonbury 1981

    Friday night was possibly the best music wise, although Roy Harper’s set was gate crashed by Ginger Baker .

    Roy Harper put it thus

    “Later I’m playing the gig, going down quite well, building up to the finale. Then Ginger starts walking on with drums, setting up right in front of me, destroying everything. I couldn’t believe it. So I left the microphone and said ‘Hey, what you doing?’ And he said, ‘F— off, you’ve been on here to f—ing long, you c—‘ and his band started bringing all their gear on.”

    That was Ginger he could start a row with himself.?

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    AllyDickWasQuick
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    Test

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    maverick1973maverick1973
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    Just for Banjo.Shhhhttt,dont tell Chucky.Lol

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    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    It’s all about the Dad Life, baby!!

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    maverick1973maverick1973
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    Brilliant song!

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    442
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    BlazeBlaze
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    Yes my relatives were mad on Cream and so did I become a big fan. Their music was way ahead of their time, pity they only produced a couple of albums.

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    nine nine nine
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    Genesis Concert from their Turn it on Tour at the Circo Massimo in front of 500,000 on Sky Arts tomorrow at 6:10pm if anyone is interested. I’ve got it on record.?

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