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atm for me

jessie ware album
spector album
the vaccines album
two door cinema club
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Band of Horses

Anything with Paul Weller (prompted by a recent Weller night on the BBC)

And Time Circle by Spirit (as it's the only CD in my car and some sod snapped my aerial off)
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Listening to a playlist on Spotify...

At the moment 'shine bright like a diamond is playing'. Is it just me or does anybody else think that Rhianna is getting a bit Lazy?
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Hi guys
I am trying to get hold of an MP3 version of Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major for my new phone. I bought some nice little headphones yesterday so that I can listen to some music when I am in one of my thoughtful day-dream moods.....which is more than often these days! P.S. I am also a great fan of Dire Straits of course :-)

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Chippy121 wrote:Hi guys
I am trying to get hold of an MP3 version of Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major for my new phone. I bought some nice little headphones yesterday so that I can listen to some music when I am in one of my thoughtful day-dream moods.....which is more than often these days! P.S. I am also a great fan of Dire Straits of course :-)

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Amazon etc. should have it. Or did you mean for free? There are some awful arrangements for popular classics like that, I shudder to think what a ringtone version would sound like. :puke:
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Laughter In The Rain, Bert Weedon. Though it is too wet out to laugh!
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Thanks for that Pooneil. For free would be nice but I will take a look on Amazon as you said. I am aware of all the terrible rubbish versions on free music downloads. I used to have a programme that converted youtube music but I don't have it anymore. I started listening to some christian songs from a group called 'Casting Crowns' and I like that very much and Hillsongs etc but my favourite is still...and you will laugh...Jethro Tull. I went to their concert back when I was a lad at the Albert hall together with Procol Harum. Though I am over sixty now I still enjoy Contemporary Rock music and Blues e.g. John Mayall etc.... What is it that W.C. Fields used to say? " you're only as old as the woman you feel" right? :roll:

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Mrs Canny is on fine form this morning :lol:
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Radio Four
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Mooncat wrote:Radio Four
my choice for bedtime,sad to admit i cant get off to sleep until i have heard sailing by just before the shipping forecast :wtf:
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Cannyfixit wrote:Mrs Canny is on fine form this morning :lol:
Is that what it was... I thought it was the foxes fighting over my bins again.
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