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Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by Ray Finkle, Dec 9, 2017.
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing
Republica - Ready to Go
"You'll never grow old Michael and you'll never die. But you must feed"
Tim Capello - I Still Believe
From The Lost Boys
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil
Stevie Wonder - Living for the City
Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead or Alive
This has to be the best Bon Jovi song by far?
'Music inspired by Lord of the Rings' Bo Hansson
Van Halen - Jump
Angry young men went from this to
It's one of those mandatory tracks heard at every wedding or 40/50/60th birthday party.
Looking to purchase something by Canadian band Rush.
Anyone got any suggestions as to their best (sic) album?
Where to Start?
I'm a great fan of Rush. I've been listening to them for the best part of 40 years and seen them 7 times in concert. Their most iconic album must be '2112'. This is very much a '70's concept album i.e. the whole album is written around a single theme.
Through the decades, their music has progressed from classic rock in the '70's, then adopting a more synth based sound through the '80's before returning to their classic rock roots in recent years.
Some of my favourites are -
Grace Under Pressure
Hold Your Fire
And I particularly like the more recent Clockwork Angels.
Any of their live albums are very good, with 'A Show of Hands' being largely recorded at the NEC Birmingham - I was there!
The odd album out is 'Feedback', in as much as non of the music is by Rush. It's all the songs that influenced them as teenagers, which they recorded in 2004 to mark their 30th aniversary. Well worth a listen.
A full discography can be found at -
Whatever you choose, I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Plenty to go at there, many thanks for your suggestions much appreciated.
Eric Clapton - Behind the Mask
Midge Ure, Phil Collins, Jools Holland, members of Level 42 and possibly Londonbeat?
The Cult - Sun King
kirsty Maccoll 'Kite'