Re: What puts a smile on your face?
« Reply #3126 on: Mar 7th, 2014, 08:51am »
For the first time in quite a while, I managed to listen to every album on my weekly album list. Next week's albums are:
Big Big Train Gathering Speed (55:38) Camel Rajaz (58:05) Electric Light Orchestra The Electric Light Orchestra (41:24) Emerson, Lake & Palmer Pictures At An Exhibition (38:04) Eurythmics Touch (45:33) Genesis And Then There Were Three... (53:28) I.Q. Subterranea (102:22) Jethro Tull War Child (55:17) Judas Priest Killing Machine (38:10) Keane Perfect Symmetry (50:40) King Crimson Lizard (42:39) Marillion Radiation (48:28) Mike Oldfield Tubular Bells (48:27) Muse The Resistance (58:04) Pink Floyd Obscured By Clouds (40:27) Porcupine Tree Up The Downstair (48:48) Queen A Kind Of Magic (40:37) Rush Caress Of Steel (45:00) Stackridge Mr. Mick (45:47) Simple Minds Street Fighting Years (59:24) The Alan Parsons Project The Turn Of A Friendly Card (40:37) The Moody Blues Hall Of Fame (73:56) The Who Tommy (75:02) Yes Tales From Topographic Oceans (83:14)
I feel warmth on my body going outside and my windows are open!
Is spring really coming. I know the clocks change here in Canada this weekend....... Longer brighter days!!!
Ah yes, I remember that north America switches to daylight saving time in early March, whereas we don't in the UK until the last Sunday in March. Thus I will have to temporarily change the time offset in my profile from "+6" to "+5" to keep my forum display time as GMT.
Me neither. The music I listen to is generally spontaneous and depends on what mood I'm in. I may well buy the new Elbow album next week and in that case, it would obviously be on my play list. Other than that, I have no idea what music I'll be listening to next week. I wasn't criticising NSOV in any way as this is clearly a case of each to their own. Being young, I think that he is trying to absorb as much music as possible and that is clearly understandable in my opinion.