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Thanks for fixing that link Peter.
Throne room march – Y - E - S!
When I need you is one I know but haven’t listened to for years – a lovely song.
I’m shamefully not that up on classical music. In my teens I was into rock and heavy music. Part of that attraction was the presence and power it has.Classical music can have that ‘presence’ - in spades.Mr Beethoven gets that right a lot! When I looked at that one from your post I recognisedit immediately, but wouldn’t have been able to name it (mean to work on that).
@ Bill. This is precisely why I raised this post. Listening to the choices of those creators in the BBC interviews I was aware they came from different backgrounds from me. There were a lot of cross overs, but it struck me that there was also distinct and different influences - a different outlook.I enjoyed that insight. Yours is the same, I’m well aware of the Beatles and QueenSongs, but Rush and Ultravox are names I know well without knowing too much about them. That Thin Lizzy song is completely new – I’ve only ever heard them on the radio so that limits my exposure to Boys are back in Town. I’ve enjoyed checking them out.
Edited to add missing spaces - think my space bar is on the blink.
Edited by Ian David on 26 October 2019 at 7:14pm