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Discussion in 'Music' started by Habbinalan, May 27, 2019.
Great potential here I think.
This song is actually referring to a drink called Night Train Express rather than an actual train. The drink is vile. A shitter Buckfast.
Didn’t know that. Give me half a point then instead .
I don't think the original post, Locomotive Breath, is actually about a train.
You seem to have a great taste in music. Who’s the main bands and artists you like?
Wide and varied.
Usually drawn back to the early 70s but always looking for something new. Listen to plenty of reggae, blues and folk as well as the rock.
Based on your postings, you'll enjoy some of my current faves from Rock Nacional (Argentine) - which is a treat awaiting you if it has passed you by.
Why Argentina's Rock Nacional Is a Source of National Pride
The 10 Greatest Latin Rock Albums of All Time
To fit with this thread, I also enjoy Colombian (and Bolivian and Uruguayan) reggae.
Will check them out later when I have more time. My favourite time period is from 67-75
Ocean Colour Scene - The Day We Caught The Train
Villa fans too. Well three members are.
Cheryl’s Going Home by John Otway and Wild Willy Barrett. I went to see them live on the strength of this clip and they were just as feckin’ mad in the flesh
Got this on my running playlist.