(in Sainsburys afew days ago ) , saw a huge display of LP’s, it was like stepping back in time, really odd feeling,
and they were mostly the olde familiar covers, none of yer new fangled stuff
But did it smell right. Emms? A record shop smells of old tank tops and cardboard. 😉 x
“This site can’t be reached”
oh yes it can, -take that WordPress
you caaaaaaaaaaaan’t stop me….
Me’n’all, Wendy. When I can. It’s a bugger though… 😉
Ah, the witching hour and I’ve been very naughty tonight in couch potato and drinking mode.
I’d better make a move.
Lovely to see you all again and sorry that I missed the chow, fings,Bill and Tybes.
Goodnight (I’ll be biting my nails with you on Sunday, Xen) x
LPs in Sainsbury’s?
(Note the use of apostrophes, Emms.) 😉
Woolies bargain bin was good enuf for some of us back in the day…
That made me laugh out loud.
Is it racist of me to be well pissed off by some white twat strutting his groin-grabbin’ nonsense at the MOBO awards?.
Comin’ atcha from Glesca… 🙂
‘don’t be a stranger’ , as Herm. would say.
TOTP 1982 now. Elkie Brooks performing the pants off that old-before-his-time fart Justin Hayward… 🙂
that’s my kind of apostrophe
Sheesh, Xen, you know what, Chas n Dave might just have been your forerunner of your rapper. 😉 x
Sure, The Firm were way better than either Donna Summer or Paul McBoring, 51… 😉
And make sure you keep yer pecker up.
And at number 5 it’s Trio with “Dah Dah Dah” – ach, they don’t make ’em like that any more…
Really gotta go now. Nn all, away tomorrow, practising for the road trip, or summat. Have fun. xx
Paul’s are never boring even when they do hail from north of the border.
Country Queens at the BBC next. I have to stay up for that. No? 😉
That’s country! Bobbie Gentry singing about Billie Jo. Those who don’t get it never will. Those of us who do are just blessed… 🙂
Ode to Billie Joe, can’t go to bed during that. x
Paper Rose too! Ah, family parties…
Go, Kilmarnock! 😉
Snowbird. I have no idea how I have a love of country music, but I just do. x 🙂 x
I know exactly why I love country, 51. Too hard to explain though. Silver threads & golden needles… x
what a song this is
.Different strokes and all that
Can just about stomach ”Jolene” by Dolly P and that’s about it.
That’s better.Emma.I was on the verge of losing the will to live.
In my teens I knew all sorts of musoes, I always said I hated jazz, until this afternoon in a bloke’s garden, loads of the musoes I knew got together and jammed. After a childhood deprived of a lot of music. it was just such a revelation. And there was Pimms served, and Grenadian punch, which was a bonus. I have Dolly’s autobiography she is the most amazing woman. Love her quotes lit “it costs a lot to look this trashy”. xx
Carlene Carter now. xx
Paul, I just ask that nobody posts any James Blunt or (later than 1965) Cliff Richard.
There’s not been a bad song so far on this programme. Diffrent strokes indeed… 😉
Toots & Bunny. Love ’em. But what do I – a simple Fifer – know? 😉
Blanket On The Ground. One of the classics. Sheer class…
I just ask that nobody posts any James Blunt
Why don’t you propose that it’s written into the Chundie Constitution at the next AGM ?
I’d be happy to second you given i can’t stand the CU Next Tuesday.
A bit of redneck culture from the good ole US of A.When i post here i like to be accommodating to all tastes.
This is better if you’re into the line dance thing.
And this is a lot better.
Right i’m off
ps forgot to post this as part of the line dance theme
Line dancing, rednecks and country music are only very loosely linked. They are only linked if you want to think they are.
However, anyone can educate themselves about, for instance, the reading schemes Dolly Parton has set up not only in her own country. Or they could just remain uneducated and prejudiced.
Wind your neck in ,i was only joshing.
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