I see what you mean. I have just come home from a cataract operation. But every time, I start moaning about my age and the physical reduction it brings, I think of Keith Richards, who is still there and on stage in spite of all the substances he used all his life. It is all rock and roll, you know.
ICE cream weather.
I highly recommend The Road. An album full of great tracks. The new guys contributed a lot to make the Mechanics sound younger and fresher. For me it is their greatest release since The Living Years (my personal favourite). I must confess,that I had already been a fan of Roachford before he joined the band. The Road reconciled me with the band, as I had given up on them after Word of Mouth, which I think is really bad. Never been a great fan of Beggars either.
Boys and Girls has some great tracks on it (slave to love, the chosen one, valentine are my faves)
the chosen one has an incredible rhythm pattern. Almost worth the whole album alone...
Cool. I bought his album Boys and Girls a while back. Great music, perfectly produced
First evening on the terrace this year.
Marillion - Marbles
It is over.
Marillion - B`sides Themselves
Grendel = > Marillion`s Supper`s Ready
I share your feelings to some extend, but I must confess, that I already feel quite at home on here. The new forum format offers a lot more options to communicate and it all displays really well. I hope, that the usual suspects from the old forum will all show up here plus plenty of newbies.
A heartfelt thanks to you, Krissy, for all you did for us over the years. And also a big thanks to Christian and everybody else involved for this wonderful new place.
I'm not a fantasy lover. I had my fill of C.S. Lewis when I was a child.
His Dark Materials is sort of an antithesis to Narnia. So you might enjoy these books.
I've started re-reading the His Dark Materials series. I've not read Brett or Donaldson, but I really should. I do need to branch out while I wait for the next Patrick Rothfuss
I am waiting for this one, too. The story of Kvothe is one of the finest works of fantasy, I have ever read. Although it is hard to wait for the sequel, you know, that it is well worth it....
This is probably not a case of a real collaboration, but the soundtrack of „Against All Odds“ includes the following tracks:
1. Phil Collins - Against All Odds
2. Peter Gabriel - Walk Through The Fire
3. Mike Rutherford - A Big Mistake
Never really got into them, probably because it is quite hard to get their albums to reasonable prices. I have Voices In The Night, which is a mixed bag of tracks from different eras.
What I really like is N.S.T.O.C. (Resistance) in the version of IQ (from the Lost Attic album).
1. Selling England By The Pound
3. A Trick Of The Tail
5. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
7. Wind And Wuthering
8. Nursery Cryme
9. And Then There Were Three
11. We Can`t Dance
12. Invisible Touch
13. Calling All Stations
15. From Genesis To Revelation
„The Snow Goose“ gets quite a regular spin in my CD-player in particular the re-release 0f 2013.
I am glad to see, that Dust succeeded in coming over here as well.