Category: Rock


  1. Kimuro
    It is indeed a great British psych/pop album with some superb songs and instrumentation. Much better than some of the rubbish that passes for chart hits at the moment. I am addicted to 'I am What I Am', which shoud have been a classic by now. Also love 'It's a Long Time' and 'I Know You'. Well done, Radio Active, for releasing this gem of a CD.4/5(4).
  2. Minos
    Musica ad Rhenum/Jed Wentz Dido and Aeneas recorded 13 th th September , Church I have never heard Galliard’s “Pan and Syrinx” suggested. Indeed I had never even heard of it before, but as a light-hearted exploitation of a classical theme and a comic counterpart to Purcell’s sombre masterpiece it has a lot to be said for it.
  3. Akilkree
    The history of music is as long as it is diverse. According to Wikipedia, “ The Divje Babe flute, carved from a cave bear femur, is thought to be at least 40, years old.” During the last century phonograph cylinders have given way to records and cassettes, CD’s and digital kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfod by radio and film, TV and video the modern world is saturated with over 1, genres and sub-genres.
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  5. Vudolar
    Directed by Sue Bysh. With Stephanie Cole, Graham Crowden, Janine Duvitski, Andrew Tourell. Tom is depressed because he is missing his late wife but Marion and Geoffrey are not keen to have him home on respite. He turns his attentions to Diana and suggests that they shack up together, a proposition that offends her so much that she has a partition built between their two rooms.
  6. Brajar
    Listen to The Gnu Song by John Lithgow for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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