Songs that you never tire of listening to

FabioPorkpie

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Great thread this one! Some cracking choices and covering almost all genres!

This one for me currently, because without fail it makes my 18 month old son smile and sway every time he hears it. When he was a little baby my wife and I used to sometimes have a bit of a slow boogie to it while taking it in turns to hold him, and it makes him happy when he hears it now.

 

Wyke Red

Active member
I know I have put this on other various threads, but I will never tire of this. I was there that night. I missed my trip to Wacken last year do to the pandemic. I should have been setting of to the Holy Land after work this Monday. But again cancelled this year. Have my ticket for next year. Cannot wait to get back.
 

Erimus74

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Great thread this one! Some cracking choices and covering almost all genres!

This one for me currently, because without fail it makes my 18 month old son smile and sway every time he hears it. When he was a little baby my wife and I used to sometimes have a bit of a slow boogie to it while taking it in turns to hold him, and it makes him happy when he hears it now.

Lovely story Fabio 👍
 

Lemmy_kilmister

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Scott Walker - Montague Terrace (In Blue)
T Rex - Hot Love
The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You
Booker T and The MGs - Time Is Tight
Beat The Clock - Sparks
Kraftwerk - The Model
The Jam - Town Called Malice


I could go on for hours and I probably will...(see what I did there? :) )
 

SNOWBANDIT

Member
There's a whole heap already posted that I would never tire of - my own contribution is , alas a bit hokey due to my lack of cultural sensibilities and physical limitations ( only loud low parts filter through - which is why I have never really gotten on with the main singer and his high whiney pitch- thank goodness the LP had lyrics).
It was a toss up between this and Lonely Man ( both The Frantic Four) - anyway,it gets my foot a tapping and a goofy smile.
 
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