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Neither could i TBI....................But i was quite talented at 'Squeezing'......in mono or stereo..........

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Ian, thanks for bending the rules, you should be careful though for suggesting such a thing, your post could get deleted LOL. I will take one of my Tamla Motown singles, it's my all time favourite.

@ Micheal Booth. Re: #52. Michael, thanks for your kind comments. I entirely agree that the Stones brought blues to popular attention in the UK and in fact they also played a large part in revealing

If I were stranded on a desert island listening to most of the above, I would welcome a loaded revolver to put an end to it all. lol

It is really hard to pick just five but here is my list

Whiter Shade of Pale - Procul Harum

Leaving on A Jet Plane - Peter Paul and Mary

City of New Orleans - Arlo Guthrie

Morning - Peer Gynt - Edvard Grieg

Concierto de Aranjuez - The Shadows or Grimethorpe Colliery Band - Joaquin Rodrigo

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My next door neighbour's daughter was visiting last week from California. She was telling me that she listens to Desert Island Discs on i-player. I was gobsmacked, for one thing never realised you could do that and also that she enjoyed it so much when she didn't really know most of the folks who were picking the discs. She said it was great, as they all had interesting stories to tell and it was a great mix of music.

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Even with my favourite Music and a Beautiful woman..............i'd get fed up after a bit........and would want to be rescued.............

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Who by, another beautiful woman?

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No...............a boat full of em..................lol.

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No Loppy,but i tell her what i put.............................she always smiles and calls me Dickhead.............lol.

she knows me so well..............

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I'm not sure whether mine reads it or not. She's fairly computer savvy. Not sure about my kids either. Wouldn't take any of 'em long to figure out who I am from my avatar, and some of my posts.

Well, I don't care!!! If they don't like it they can lump it. I don't try to read their facebook pages either. Lol.

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Same here Loppy..........but i am lucky,i get away with everything,just today one of my sons asked to if he goes abroad to work and he buys a place in Spain would i look after the place for a month at a time,..........i almost started packing there and then.......the wife just laughed and said ''you go me duck''.......

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KJ. See if you can get the BBC Radio I-Player. If so you might like to listen to to the last Paul Temple serial. All eight episodes on still on there.

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James Taylor - Sweet baby James

Sibelius - Karelia Suite

Patti Smith - Because the Night

Kasabian - Fire

Seekers - Island of Dreams

Ask again tomorrow, and the list would be completely different.

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Bit of a train theme here

City of New Orleans - Arlo Guthrie (Had this one before)

Indian Pacific - Slim Dusty

Morningtown Ride - The Seekers

Homeward Bound - Simon and Garfunkel

The Wreck of the Old 97 - Hank Snow

Wabash Cannonball - Johhny Cash

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Bit of a ship theme

Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald - Gordon Lightfoot

Sloop John B - Beach Boys

The Skye Boat Song - The Corries

Sailing - Rod Stewart

Messing about on the River - The Yetties

Sail Away (Orinoco Flow) Enya

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Thanks Ian, I agree one of the greatest song writers and very under rated, now the last for tonight - A Plane Theme

Leaving on a Jet Plane - Peter Paul and Mary; John Denver

Jet Airliner - Steve Miller Band

I'm Going to Barbados - Typically Tropical

Early Morning Rain - Peter Paul and Mary, another great Gordon Lightfoot song

747 - Eddie Rabbit

Aisle Seat 37 D - Grandaddy

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